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Old 22 September 2007, 15:42   #11
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Sorry Codprawn, the C120 is significantly bigger than the C70 and C80.

In fact just the screen on a C120 is probably bigger than the overall plastics on a C80

I'd go for the 80 on a 5.4 though, as the 120 will be a bit big.

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Ahh I didn't realise that - never seen them side by side - the C70 and C80 are the same though aren't they?
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Old 22 September 2007, 15:43   #12
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Edited my reply whilst you were typing.

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Must have cost them a fortune in tooling costs - why the hell didn't they keep the same case for the C70 and C80???
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looks like the C80 is favorite ...... dont really need radar but some of the packages being offered made it look cheap compared with what we pay over here .....i work on oil rigs and travel with 2 pairs of pants/socks toothbrush and razor.comb and 1 change of clothes and a passport usually handluggage only.... then you get through and out the airport pretty quick ....i average 52 flights a year i would only have boot freight once in a blue moon ......i work with guys who live in Canada and commute evry 2 weeks ....they always seem to travel first class (KLM) .....all moved over from good ole blighty ...they do the same ....miss most of the cues as well.

its only a bugger when i need to take the mrs and kids ....and then.... good god she brings everything and i end up like a crab with piles trying to lug it about...then stand like a melted wellie while security go through everything.


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Raymarine C120

Raymarine C120 has a 12.1″ sunlight viewable LCD, you’ll be able to see your Raymarine C120 from across the cockpit under any lighting conditions. Its super high resolution 800 x 600 (SVGA) display features 256 colors, a wide viewing angle and superior contrast.
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Raymarine C120 has a 12.1″ sunlight viewable LCD, you’ll be able to see your Raymarine C120 from across the cockpit under any lighting conditions. Its super high resolution 800 x 600 (SVGA) display features 256 colors, a wide viewing angle and superior contrast.
I think the Raymarince C120 is the biggest
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I assume that you are looking at the C series classics & not the widescreen. The classic will soon be discontinued if not already so there should be some bargains to be had. The classic doesn't have any base maps included so there should be no problem on that front. There would have to be a big price difference between the classic & the widescreen to make me buy the classic. You get more screen for your money with the widescreens.
The classic cant take the digital HD radar & the RD18 18" radome box is "Substantial" You could fit a dead secret agent in it!
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I'm guessing he's bought the C80, used it a couple of seasons, realized it was crap and got himself a Garmin by now

Worth checking the date of threads before posting
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PS I've got a C80 for sale, BNIB. Didn't think about that when I posted the above did I
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