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Old 21 January 2005, 10:47   #1
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Is anyone using one of the Eagle Cida models 128/168 for diving if so how good are they for spotting the average wreck at 25-35 metres. There is a great debate in the club at the moment about getting one of these units due to their cheap price as always I'm sure there must be reason.

We're not interested in fish as they usually turn up and mill about in random fashion but need an instruement that will find wrecks and dislay bottom profiles clearly. Any reccomendations both positive and negative would be most welcome.

New boat is here, very happy!
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Old 21 January 2005, 12:58   #2
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I have one fitted to my Rib and so far have found all the wrecks I have had to, ranging from 8m below to 45m. Great for the cost of em

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Old 08 February 2005, 19:04   #3
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hi i have had 2 eagle cudda and for the money is a good buy. i go diving a lot. from bridlington out 20 miles +. and had no problems finding wrecks the bottom is a good trace. and as a small unit fits well on the console top, the other one to concider is the basic navman at about the same cost but a bigger screen.
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