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Old 07 April 2005, 15:47   #1
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Which Dept Sounder/fishfinder

I will be looking for a new Fishfinder/ depth sounder ...... I dont want the realy good ones , as I wont be doing any fishing .... what is the best 'cheep' one ......

I was looking at the Raymarine L365, anyone have any feedback on this model , or suggest a good alternitave ??????
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Navman, 4100 range a touch over a £100 very very good , i think you get water temp, and knots or mph speed chucked in as well with sensor transducer sonor unit
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If you only want to know the depth then why not just go for the Raymarine ST40 with depth transducer RRP is £135.00

On my present rib I have the DS400X a nice bit of kit, colour screen (actually 3 screen displays) lots of info and is even linked to the GPS so you have the present position, speed , temp , battery volts, and lots more. For somebody who wants to fish worth having. On my next demo rib I will go for the ST40
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Or a garmin fishfinder 80. 80 quid or so new, less on ebay.
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Checkout the new small Eagle Cuda units, I was skeptical, however for the money they are good little units. I think the 126 now comes with a temp sensor.
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