Highest Rated Fishfinders
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4.8/5
2Garmin Striker 7sv
4.6/5
3Lowrance HDS 7 Gen3
4.6/5
4Garmin echoMAP CHIRP 73sv
4.6/5
5Raymarine Dragonfly 7 PRO
4.4/5

Raymarine A50D

Our Raymarine A50D test unit shipped with an internal sounder and preloaded cartography. It also had preloaded U.S. coastal cartography covering both mainland coasts and the Great Lakes. You can also get a Raymarine A-series unit with no preloaded charts, U.S., or rest of the world coverage. All A-series plotters

Raymarine 55 Review

The Raymarine 55 is a miniaturized version of the companies’ top-of-the-line radio. The two even share the same owner’s handbook. This model VHF has a few less features and a significantly lower price tag. The standard microphone has push buttons to control channel selection, scan, transmitter power, local/distant receive sensitivity,

Raymarine 54 Review

The Raymarine 54 marine VHF is one of a series of re-designed radios with upgraded styling and sophistication. One button provides quick 16/9 channel selection, another dual and tri watch, one for save and scan, call and menu, clear and weather channel, and the last sets high/low transmitter power and

Raymarine 49 Review

The Raymarine 49 is a newly redesigned entry level marine VHF radio from marine electronics giant Raymarine. Additional functions on the Ray 49 are operated by going into menus and then making choices with the channel rotary knob. Some commonly used VHF menu choices are local/distant receiver setting, picking the

Raymarine 218 Review

The Raymarine 218 is the most expensive and sophisticated radio produced by well-known marine electronics manufacturer, Raymarine. Special features on this best-of-breed marine VHF radio include a moderately large dot matrix display screen with three soft keys and a movable microphone. The Ray 218 can use an optional microphone relocation

Raymarine 240 Review

The Raymarine 240 VHF modular design follows a common aviation design theme. Pilots flying large aircraft make VHF calls with a hand mike plugged into a bulkhead, change channels with a small control head on the center pedestal, and listen to incoming calls on an overhead speaker. This Raymarine VHF

Raymarine 215 Review

When the Raymarine 215 first appeared on the market it was at the top of this marine electronics makers’VHF radio lineup. When connected to a GPS unit through its NMEA0183 connection this radio will display latitude/longitude and current time. This Ray VHF can use an optional remote microphone and operate

Raymarine e7D Review

Rating
1.8/5

Small boat navigation is better with a simple yet high performance multi-function compact GPS chart plotter and digital fish finder. The Raymarine e7D is one of the most advanced options on the market which is also available in the mid cost range for plotters and fish finders. It is highly specialized to work in nearly every environment with real time data. Fetching fish data is possible with only a few selections.

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