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Old 15 November 2006, 03:52   #1
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Whats a used c80 worth?

Whats the resale value of a 2 year old Raymarine c80?
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Old 15 November 2006, 06:35   #2
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how should i pay you?

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how should i pay you?

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and they say Scots are tight. It's worth 65 every day
Cheque okay?
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probably about 450 - going by what they sell on Ebay.
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Dunno but I would check its origins because my parents had a c80 nicked along with alot of other stuff.
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Dunno but I would check its origins because my parents had a c80 nicked along with alot of other stuff.
Its not nicked
its mine i was considering upgrading to a c120 or e120
have to save up a bit more yet then
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Maybe worth more - even as much as 600 - you won't know until you try. When you upgrade go for the E series - the camera inputs will be handy - otherwise not much point just to get a bigger screen.
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Maybe worth more - even as much as 600 - you won't know until you try. When you upgrade go for the E series - the camera inputs will be handy - otherwise not much point just to get a bigger screen.
I am planning on mounting 2 bullet cams on my a Frame and feeding them through an Archos AV500 then on to the Display.
Also I find navigating round our reefs at speed very difficult , The C80 screen seems to shrink!!
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Guys

I'm handling E120's and C120's every day at the moment.
Beware the extra depth required behind the E120 compared to the C120

Also the E120 is surprisingly heavy at 7.35Kgs compared to the C120's 3kgs

I'd also only suggest flush fitting the E120, I wouldn't want to mount 7.35kg on a bracket unless the console it was bolted down to was very sturdily built.

This by the way is NOT the official Raymarine viewpoint.

Current list price of a new C80 is 1546.30 inc VAT

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