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Old 02-06-2009, 02:14   #31
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Originally Posted by Maren View Post
Good idea in any case. Espically post lightning strike.
Nope. As long as it's not connected to boat wiring your GPS will probably survive a lightning strike. My hand held held up well the last time I was hit by lightning as did all battery powered electronics on board at the time.
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