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Old 12 September 2012, 12:57   #11
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I have the Garmin 550 which I purchased of Martin a few years ago. great unit and easy to use
Crikey, that was more than a few.
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Old 14 September 2012, 07:13   #12
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If I were to upgrade to a Garmin 750 could I use my transducer from my Garmin 188c ?
Most likely. What plugs come out of/ go into the transducer
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Old 14 September 2012, 08:49   #13
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Another vote for Garmin. I have the 556 - but I'd recommend the largest screen you can afford/ fit

I find the 556 screen a bit awkward to read from the helm position, but Iwas limited to where it would fit on my console.
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Old 14 September 2012, 19:19   #14
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Thanks for all your responses. Really helpful advice. I had a Humminbird 870 on an earlier RIB but knowing pretty much zilch about em didn't know what was best to go for
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Thanks for all your responses. Really helpful advice. I had a Humminbird 870 on an earlier RIB but knowing pretty much zilch about em didn't know what was best to go for
I will be upgrading to the Garmin 750s I have a 550s at the moment which will be going on eBay as soon as I can get round to taking it out
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Old 16 September 2012, 13:40   #16
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I will be upgrading to the Garmin 750s I have a 550s at the moment which will be going on eBay as soon as I can get round to taking it out
. My 750 will be fitted sometime next week
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Another vote for The Garmin 720=750 Great unit with V-Fast access loads of features,and haveing used touch screen I would'nt think of anything else in the future.I understand from Hadd they've just dropped considerably in price too!
. They are a good price here
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Garmin 750- 720 are good price here http://www.mesltd.co.uk//images/pixel_trans.gif
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Garmin 750- 720 are good price here http://www.mesltd.co.uk//images/pixel_trans.gif
you having the 750s
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you having the 750s
No just the 750 I've already got the sounder on the fishfinder
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