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Old 10-08-2009, 07:07   #1
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Lowrance HDS-10m

HDS-10m Multifunction GPS Chartplotter | Lowrance

Sailed from Rotterdam-Stockholm with this new lowrance on a 65f monohull.

The darkest light in the plotter was to dark and next step was to light. (When use it at nights)
So if you sail alote at nights, this is not what i should recomend. Maybe you can do something with the software at the shops....but i dont know.

Then the navionics card can make you crazy, it cut the deep sometimes, it looks like it is 3 meter deep but when you zoom it is 13 meter....

But i like it and you dont need a external antenna.

We only used it as a plotter, with a older Radar on another screen.

I recomend it, but i dont know how the other brand are in this class.
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