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Old 24 October 2001, 14:55   #11
Country: UK - N Ireland
Town: Bangor
Make: Shakespeare
Length: 7m +
Engine: O/b 225
Join Date: Jan 2001
Posts: 188
Over the last few years I have managed to kill most of the Ericcson models plus a few Nokias. They all fester at the bottom connections. I now use a Siemens M40 which has now survived 9 months, 5 yacht races and RB4. It has rubber bung in the bottom which covers the connections, so providing you dont lose the bung it should be OK. BUT I dont think it would survive the Guiness test!
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Old 24 October 2001, 16:48   #12
Country: Ireland
Town: Ireland
Boat name: Ally Cat
Make: Several
Length: 6m +
Engine: Several
Join Date: Oct 2000
Posts: 333
Aquapac now have a neat phone bag that allows the wire from the " hands free " kit ( mike and ear piece ) to come through the seal without compromising the water proofness .

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