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Old 18 January 2019, 05:44   #21
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So coming back to this Iíve been doing some measurements and thinking.
I plan to keep the compass where it is and try to put a gps/fishfinder unit where the nasa is.
It seems that the space is more aligned to a portrait orientation device.
But on research most of these tend to be more fishfinder than gps.
In reality Iím only after a visual gps to check for channels etc and a good depth measurement.
Has anyone used any of the more simple devices?
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Old 18 January 2019, 07:44   #22
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So coming back to this I’ve been doing some measurements and thinking.
I plan to keep the compass where it is and try to put a gps/fishfinder unit where the nasa is.
It seems that the space is more aligned to a portrait orientation device.
But on research most of these tend to be more fishfinder than gps.
In reality I’m only after a visual gps to check for channels etc and a good depth measurement.
Has anyone used any of the more simple devices?
dont know what room you have but the 5 inch screen is more square i have a 7 inch and its more landscape all dimensions on the site these combo units are great


https://www.force4.co.uk/lowrance-ho...der-combo.html
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