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    $109.77
    1. Garmin Fishfinder 140 with 4.7-Inch
    $162.67
    2. Garmin GPSMAP 76 Waterproof Handheld
    $54.99
    3. Alpine SPS-600 - Car speaker -
    $129.99
    4. Dual BP1204 12-Inch 1100-Watt
    $31.50
    5. Davis Instruments Mounting Pole
    $39.99
    6. GSI Super Quality Outdoor Fishfinder
    $27.20
    7. Seiko SQ50-V Quartz Metronome
    $79.35
    8. Garmin Fishfinder 90 with Dual-Beam
    $148.50
    9. Davis Instruments WeatherLink
    $164.80
    10. Garmin Fishfinder 160C
    $187.77
    11. Humminbird 161 Combo 4-Inch Waterproof
    $14.50
    12. Garmin Protective Case for Fishfinder
    $83.67
    13. Humminbird SmartCast RF25 1.25-Inch
    $79.95
    14. Humminbird Smartcast Wrist Mount
    $39.99
    15. GSI Super Quality All-In-One Fishfinder
    $94.32
    16. Humminbird Smartcast Rf 35 Dual
    $87.24
    17. Humminbird PiranhaMAX 160 4-Inch
    $200.53
    18. Garmin Fishfinder 300C 3.5-Inch
    $129.99
    19. Humminbird PiranhaMAX 160 PT 4-Inch
    $294.99
    20. Garmin Fishfinder 400C 4-Inch

    1. Garmin Fishfinder 140 with 4.7-Inch Display and Dual-Beam Transducer
    Electronics
    list price: $127.99 -- our price: $109.77
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000ES8AWI
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 882
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    When seeing your targets clearly is the goal, the Fishfinder 140 is the tool. With 240 vertical pixels on a four-level grayscale display, you get better separation and contrast. Like all of the new Garmin fishfinders, the 140 features Ultrascroll for fast screen updates, which is ideal for speed applications. The 140 has minimal buttons and intuitive operations. You don?t even have to leave the sonar screen to change settings, thanks to a convenient adjustment bar. AutoGain, as well as user adjustable gain, is also standard on all of Garmin?s new fishfinders.

    Features include:

  • 4-level gray scale FSTN
  • Display, 3.3" H x 3.3" W, 4.7-inch diagonal, 240 x 128 pixels
  • Patented transom/trolling mount transducer
  • Dual-beam transducer with user-selectable narrow (14°) or wide (45°) view to see more fish in shallow water
  • Ultrascroll high-rep-rate sonar
  • Automatic display re-scaling on range change (no more vertical lines with range changes)
  • New AutoGain technology to see more fish
  • New sounder design featuring excellent shallow-water performance
  • Incandescent backlight for display and keypad
  • Power output: 100 watts (RMS) 800 watts (peak to peak)
  • Depth: 600 foot
  • Unit dimensions: 6.1" W x 4.9" H x 2.6" D
  • See-Thru® technology: shows weak and strong returns simultaneously
  • Power down backup of settings: customer settings are not lost when the unit is turned off
  • Whiteline
  • 2X and 4X Automatic and manual zoom
  • Alarms for fish size, shallow water, deep water, and low battery
  • Battery voltage indication ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better than expected, June 14, 2008
    I didn't expect much for the price I paid, but was pleasently surprised. The screen is very easy to read, and the automatic features actually work without being fine tuned. Far and away the nicest feature about this unit is the dual beam transducer. It has great accuracy not only under the boat, but off to the sides. Lastly the option of mounting the transducer to the trolling motor without having to buy an adapter was icing on the cake.

    4-0 out of 5 stars NOT a GPS! Good fishfinder, December 26, 2007
    This is a very good fishfinder and depth indicator. But despite the name....IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH GPS!
    This is just a fishfinder.

    Edit Dec 2008

    I see they changed the title of this unit.
    It now correctly describes what it does.
    Makes my "review" look a little silly!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Garmin Gear, December 15, 2008
    This is by far the best fishfinder in the price range. This is a VERY durable product, I love the low energy comsumption. I found it pretty straight forward to use and don't need to carry the manual around. The resolution is good, screen is viewable in daylight and the readings seem accurate. It has already made a diffrence in our fishing.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great budget B&W fish finder, October 16, 2008
    I purchased this a while back and was using it on my small boat for estuary fishing. I have since upgraded to a Garmin 300C color unit but I am having problems with getting a good reading from it. I am almost thinking of going back to the FF140! It has a nice large screen, good clarity and I had no trouble identifying features despite its grayscale screen. Menus were easy to operate and it simply worked very well. Its definitely one of the better budget B&W fish finders ont he market today in my opinion.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice inexpensive dephfinder, May 20, 2009
    I purchased this unit as a secondary dephfinder on my fishing boat. I was curious to see how it would compare to my other dephfinder that cost twice as much (not a Garmin). The Garmin works just as well, and in some cases better than the other brand that cost more. I am very satisfied with this unit especially considering the price. This one even tells me the depth when I'm motoring full speed across the water (20 mph). The more expensive one on my boat does not tell me depth at full speed. This is a great unit for the money.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Needed portable.., July 16, 2007
    Depth finder is excellent, easy to use, fine picture; temperature reads about 3 degrees low. Neeeded a portable, unfortunately didn't know Garmin offered this option until I saw it in the instructions! With a little improvisation and some leftover parts from my last depth finder, I made it portable. Generally very pleased with it, certainly price is right.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great!, July 4, 2009
    This model (FF 140) is an entry level fish finder, but it does everything I need for a day of fishing. It has a very large read-out screen. The specs say the screen is 4", but it is actually 4.7" when measured diagonally (the way ALL screens are measured).
    I use it in the Harbor (saltwater) and in the local lakes (fresh water) and it has never failed to show me everything I need to know whether anchored, drifting or going 30 M.P.H.
    I highly recommend Garmin. I bought Garmin because I heard nothing but bad things about Hummingbird finders. I'm glad I bought Garmin.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great depth finder for shallow water, April 28, 2009
    I use this primarily as a depth finder, instead of a fishfinder. I got it because Garmin claims it reads depth accurately in shallow water. I am really pleased with it. It is very accurate and doesn't flake out like an older Piranha Max unit I had previously. Also a great price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the price, but..., March 11, 2009
    I could give it 5 stars for the graph itself, but I could give it 0 for the universal Transom/Trollmotor transducer. It hangs down low under the trolling motor housing in harms way. (Go to Garmin's website and download the owner's manual to view how the transducer mounts to the motor).I broke it first time out. I fabricated a mounting bracket from aluminum plate. So far so good. This product should be available with a puck style transducer just for mounting to trolling motor.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Happy so far, June 15, 2009
    The Garmin 140 is well made; solid case and transducer/battery connector, the membrane buttons have a nice feel to them and the mounts for transducer and screen are good. You can read the screen easily in full sumlight. I've had it on the water about 6 times already and had good luck with it. Auto settings work well so you can quickly use it right out of the box. I've played with the gain, sensitivity, etc. and found that the auto settings usually work the best. The only issue that I'm trying to figure out is that sometimes I get different bottom depth readings using the different frequencies (wide cone v. narrow).

    One other caveat; just because you see the fish doesn't mean that you can catch them. Read more


  • 2. Garmin GPSMAP 76 Waterproof Handheld GPS
    Electronics
    list price: $199.99 -- our price: $162.67
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005B4BJ
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 1654
    Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Amazon.com ReviewThe key to success in life is knowing where you are, where you've been, and where you're going. Garmin's full-featured GPSMAP 76 puts all of that information in the palm of your hand, mapping your movements off-road or on--and even afloat. Plus, its extensive features, PC connectivity, and extensive add-on map options make it powerful enough for practically any need.

    About the size of a small paperback book and weighing less than 8 ounces, the GPSMAP 76 fits comfortable in the palm of your hand, but is a bit big to carry in a shirt pocket. Using the unit requires almost no setup. Just put in two AA batteries, turn it on, go outside, and wait. In about a minute or so it will determine your location. It's accurate to about three meters, thanks to the unit's support of WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System), which augments GPS signals for even greater accuracy.

    Knowing your longitude, latitude, and altitude doesn't mean much without a little context. That's where GPSMAP 76's backlit LCD display comes in, displaying your location on detailed maps. The unit comes with a built-in basemap that includes major roads, railroads, rivers, and lakes for the U.S. and Canada, as well as a high-level worldwide map. The unit also has 8 MB memory for storing maps from optional CD-ROMS; available maps include topographical maps, BlueChart marine cartography maps, as well as city maps with detailed information on city streets and points of interest.

    The eight buttons, directional rocker thumbpad, and menu-based interface made it simple to access all of the unit's features and customize the display. For instance, it's a simple matter to use the buttons to set and name waypoints and build planned routes. Extra features include information on tides, sunrise and sunset, and a trip computer for seeing how far you've traveled and your average speed.

    To test the GPSMAP 76, we used the included serial cable, connected it to our PC, and loaded it up with topographical maps using the optional United States topographical map disc. We then hit the road and headed for Muir Beach north of San Francisco. It tracked our progress along Highway 1, and once we reached our destination, we found it very simple to use. It showed both the elevation of the hills as well as the paths we could take. The zoom-in and zoom-out function made it simple to plan out and automatically measure the distance of our intended route.

    After walking for a while and enjoying the scenery, we used the TracBack mode to guide us back to our car. The unit automatically stores waypoints as you walk along, letting you display the way home clearly on the map. We even used the TracBack capability to guide us on the roads back to the freeway.

    The GPSMAP 76 comes in handy almost anywhere, whether you're hiking, driving, boating, or wandering around a city as a tourist. Its easy-to-use interface makes it immediately useful to novices, and as you learn to exploit its programmability and features, it can become an extremely powerful navigation tool. --Ken Feinstein

    Pros:

    • Large backlit LCD
    • WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) support
    • Automatic TracBack shows you the way back to your start location
    • PC connectivity with wide variety of uploadable maps available
    Cons:
    • 8 MB built-in memory can't be expanded
    • Too large to fit comfortably in a shirt pocket
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    Reviews

    4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Sea Kayaking Companion, October 12, 2003
    Before my GPS purchase, I considered a number of Magellan units in addition to some in the Garmin E Trex series. I finally decided on the Garmin Map76.

    In addition to being relatively easy to use, I preferred the slightly larger screen of the Map76 over the other units. Since I was purchasing the unit to use while sea kayaking, I found the screen on the Map76 was much easier to read in the sunlight than the smaller screens on the E-Trex models. In addition, you can upload map data into this unit. (Although the unit includes a basemap, Garmin also manufactures a number of optional mapping products which cover roads, waterways and topographical features in more detail). For kayaking, I use the optional BlueCharts which is essentially like having Nautical maps at your fingertips. (These are sold by regions and tend to be a bit expensive however).

    The tide station/prediction feature on the Map76 was also an important deciding factor. With this unit, you have the ability to get tidal predictions for virtually anywhere in the US at your fingertips.

    The Map76 often receives criticism on the low amount of memory for uploading map data. The tradeoff however is that it also drains the battery power at a slower rate than those that boast more memory. (I also considered the GPS Map76S which has an added electronic compass and more memory, however after a trial use from a friend's, I found the Map76S unit to drain battery power far too quickly for my intended use. The Map76S was also about $100 more in cost). Although the Map76S was a slightly upgraded Map76, I didn't feel the extra features of the 76S were worth the added cost, especially with the faster rate of the battery drain.

    I've logged over 500 miles of sea kayaking with this unit and am very satisfied with its performance. I find the memory capability in the Map76 is adequate for uploading maps for day trips and the balance with the battery drain is also sufficient.

    Although it is waterproof, I highly suggest a transparent waterproof bag for using while kayaking to avoid salt water condensation corroding the battery leads.

    Garmin also offers toll free phone and email technical support for their units and software.

    This unit makes a great paddling partner.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hits the sweet spot for GPS price/performance..., December 6, 2001
    So I finally got around to upgrading my trusty 3 year old Garmin 12XL to a new GPSMAP 76. I played with one of the Magellan 330s at the local store for comparison but found that once again I simply prefer the Garmin user interfaces. I also picked up the MetroGuide CD. I figured if I was going to upgrade to a mapping GPS, I'd really want richly detailed maps. Surprisingly, I've experienced no buyer's remorse whatsoever. The GPSMAP 76 is nothing short of miraculous! Garmin is to be commended for the improvements they've made to their product line over the years.

    The internal quad-helix antenna is excellent. Position accuracy is superb, screen resolution is vastly improved, and the extras such as tidal and celestial info are a really nice touch. The optimal fishing/hunting time predictor seems like overkill but I'll bet there are users who swear by it. The routing and tracking functions are well thought out and much improved since the 12XL was released. WAAS is sort of a mixed bag. I find that that whenever I lock onto WAAS signals, the estimated accuracy gets a few feet worse. It's never reads more than 20-25 feet off total but it's still the opposite of what I'd expect. Regardless of what the estimated error reading is, the accuracy always seems much better than it lets on. I've been using it a lot for geocaching lately and it invariably puts me within 5-6 feet of the caches.

    The MetroGuide CD is quite nicely designed for a Windows product (I'm a Mac fan!) It contains substantial improvements over Delormes Street Atlas 4 Mac which was the last CD based mapping product I owned. It's fast and accurate (I understand that they just updated all their maps) and the integration with the GPSMAP is excellent. You can easily transfer all waypoints, routes, tracks, or maps back and forth between the GPS and your PC (or VirtualPC for Mac fans). You can also connect your GPS to the serial port and dynamically track your whereabouts on your laptop screen but I find this arrangement a bit cumbersome. There are just too many wires and batteries to deal with. For me having an easily readable, high-resolution, zoomable map on the GPS is the only way to go.

    The only complaint I expected to make was with regard to the limited 8 MB map storage space. It turns out that 8 MB will hold pretty much the entire San Diego, CA and San Francisco, CA Bay Area. If I were driving across the country and wanted to investigate every nook and cranny I might be concerned. Otherwise it's perfectly fine for now.

    Great product, great price. Happy navigating!

    4-0 out of 5 stars I'd buy it again, but gosh how about a little more RAM?, December 8, 2001
    I love the screen, compared to the others. That is the most compelling feathure. The Mapsource info was more detailed than I expected. Tracked correctly on an old Georgia logging road I hunt from. I didn't expect it to be there. I did find some signal loss in deep woods though, the Lorance seems to have a better antenna if that is a problem for you. My dropouts were more momentary than extended though.
    Battery life was as advertised about 12 hrs, bonus that's using ONLY 2 AA batteries. I used the light on screen as little as possible though.
    Has all the features most could want. My understanding is WAAS is very limited at this time, DOD will shoot some more birds up in the future, but don't count on it for now. I used this in FLA, GA, Wash state, Lower Alberta and BC provinces and was satisfied overall w/ basemaps and reception... but never got WAAS. P.S. I would not trust basemap to navigate by (e.g. boat in fog). Resolution not enuf; happily it erred in my favor, said I was on land long before I could hit the rocks. Have to buy addin Topo USA (Canada) maps. Mapping/topo gps is wonderful, compared to nonmapping. I used the grids to find a draw that deer would likely use.

    Interestingly, Garmin calls this a maritime unit, but depending what maps you download, it's not an issue if you are a landlubber. I downloaded a four county region near Tampa, and much of N. Georgia to the unit before running out of memory. I wanted to do Tenn. and NC appalacian Mtns, but not enuf room.

    The floating part and general light weight is great feature. I think it is easier than some competitors.

    Be sure to go to Garmin website and download: Firmware upgrade, Maritime map database (if u use downloadable maps, it can wipe out the base maritime maps, but u can upload again w/ this file) and finally, if u buy topousa or other set, get any updates there too.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent bang for the buck, October 30, 2006
    The Garmin GPSMap 76 is a nicely thought out and solidly built device that works great if you're willing to learn how to use it. It has super-sharp graphics, a fair amount of detail, good satellite reception and accuracy, and nice additional features like tidal and sun rise/set information. Oh, and it's waterproof and it floats. I've had mine a few months and have gotten good use out of it while driving around northern California and city hiking in San Francisco, and i'm just starting to look at geocaching.

    This should be obvious to most people but, for the price of this unit, you are not going to get a GPS that puts your seat belt on and gives you turn-by-turn directions in your choice of voices. You have to be a bit of a gadget-head (or, at least, not a gadget-phobe) to figure out how to use all of the 76's features like navigation or the surprisingly detailed trip computer. The menu-driven UI is rather terse and doesn't have built-in documentation. Luckily, the GPSMap 76 allows you to work in simulator mode so you can put it through all of its paces from your living room.

    The 8Mb RAM does seem light, but GPS Mapquest format must be very efficient in storing data, because that actually works fine for most localized uses. If you travel around a lot and want to keep two or more locations memory-resident, you might begin to feel the pinch. As others have mentioned, some of the stored topo and location data is rather high-level and you can spend ~$90 for a CD set that will provide more detail. That seems to me to be a reasonable price-performance investment.

    The only thing i've found in this unit that i would consider a bug is that the user has to tell it what time zone to use. I would think that it would figure that out based on its location. Minor detail, though. One other thing -- the 76 doesn't come with a carrying case so you're out a little more money buying a pouch for it. Great deal for the money though, and a solid product overall.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Garmin GPSMap 76 A Great Hand-Held Device, April 2, 2005
    This is a great gps, especially for marine purposes. I searched around and researched before deciding on purchasing the gpsmap 76. I find the preloaded base maps to be very sufficient and fairly detailed. It's waterproof and submersible, what else could you ask for. The only downfall is that it's not colorized, but big deal. It's quite easy to see when you're standing in direct sunlight. This is one of the best gps devices out there for this price range. It's well worth every penny, and comes highly recommended.

    4-0 out of 5 stars needs more detail, August 20, 2006
    You will need to buy Map-source maps ($100+) to make this thing worth the purchase. I needed GPS for boating but the base maps are rudimentary, ie; no inlets, rivers, shoreline detail or lakes. It is although very accurate and easy to use, nice big screen and good reception. If you need GPS now this unit is an excellent value. I payed $199 a month ago and now its $169 but that's my problem.

    5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent product..., October 11, 2001
    The MAP76 is a well-designed and well-made unit with a lot of useful features. In particular, the external antenna, WAAS and DGPS capability, and wide input voltage range make this a great GPS for doing consumer-level mapping.

    This unit has Garmin's new quadrifiler antenna which really improves the ability of the GPS to lock onto satellites under heavy brush and in rugged terrain. There really is little comparison to the etrex units on all the testing I have performed in real-world conditions.

    The user interface is typical Garmin and it won't take you long to figure out how to use the GPS. The unit is fully water-tight (well, except for the battery compartment itself) and I have yet to see any complaints about leakage. It also floats which is definitely a useful feature for those thinking about using it for canoe tripping.

    The accuracy is rather astounding, again in comparison to older etrex units I have used. The unit consistently and quickly locks onto satellites and often receives the WAAS info even in northern Ontario; accuracy is remarkable when WAAS is recieved.

    I have used this product extensively for doing trail mapping and design. With an external battery and antenna such as the Mighty Mouse II you get very accurate data and the tracks are extremely detailed compared to previous products. The MapSource information leaves a lot to be desired but with GPS Utility and a bit of time you can do whatever you want. The only thing I would like to see on this unit is some form of pluggable memory such as SmartMedia; hopefully that will be available on future products.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Starter GPS and more (GPSMAP76), January 18, 2007
    I had previously used GPS units, but never knew the intricacies of one until purchasing the GPSMAP76. The base maps that are preloaded on this unit are awsome. It is extremely user friendly. If you are technologically in the dark and are scared about newer electronics such as this, this unit is perfect. The manuals walk you through everything.
    I have had a blast planning trips, geocaching (google it), and I can't wait to get on the water with it. I put it to the test when I was in some beautiful back country in the northern portion of lower Michigan. I googled some coordinates of where I wanted to go, and connected the dots on some really awsome 4x4 trails. The accuracy was incredible.
    The only downside I can think of is the lack of expandable memory. However, I can't see the need for any additional software. Like I said, the basemaps are full of detail. I can find a McDonalds that is 20 miles up the road off an interstate exit! Also, it is a little bigger than the eTrex series, but that's because it's a "mapping" unit. It still fits easily into my Columbia jacket pocket.
    The GPSMAP 76S would have been nice, but I was trying to be very price conscientious. Overall, I'm stunned and I love it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars GPSMAP 76 great value, October 5, 2005
    With the rest of the GPS devices shifting to color, the large b&w screen on this unit means money well spent. It's fast enough for practically any use. I've been using it in South East La. post-Katrina, Where those piney back woods were often blocked by debris. In New Orleans I used it to avoid blocked roads and to mark entry points into closed areas. I live hear, and the suroundings were so disturbed and displaced that even my own home-town was very disorienting. The backtrack and routemaking features are lifesavers. The screen is easy to read. The low draining B&W screen also allows longer battery life compared with other color units I've used. Looking for a dashboard mount and auto power adapter right now. A photojournalist, I keep it in my camera bag.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not Mac compatible, hard to create waypoints, January 11, 2010
    I haven't seen this written explicitly, anywhere, so here goes: This thing isn't mac compatible. Using a serial to USB converter, and some free software (Garmin software will be no help) you can get to the gps data on windows, but good luck if you're on a mac.

    Also, it is really hard to create new waypoints on the water. This is because if you try and create a waypoint too close to a known feature (such as a highway, intersection, or BODY OF WATER), the GPS will try and use the center of the feature (or something like that). So, to create waypoints over water, your only solution is to manually enter the lat and long (you can't use the cursor to select a point). Read more


    3. Alpine SPS-600 - Car speaker - 80 Watt - 2-way - coaxial - 6.5"
    Electronics
    list price: $119.99 -- our price: $54.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0013FMWPC
    Manufacturer: Alpine
    Sales Rank: 2241
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Alpine SPS-600 - Car speaker - 80 Watt - 2-way - coaxial - 6.5" ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding sound & quality!, June 1, 2009
    Purchased these Alpine speakers to replace the factory installed speakers on my 05' Chevy TrailBlazer and the difference in sound quality is amazing! The highs and lows are much more crisp and clearer to go along with my factory system. The bass thumps pretty good without an amp too. After reading many reviews and comparing other speakers, the Alpines were the way to go. It was not just based on price (which was a great deal by the way) but also on reputation & quality. Installation was easy and only took about an hour to install 4 speakers to the front & rear doors. (This included removal of & re-installing the door panels) didn't need to use the speaker covers) Went to a local car stereo installer and he wanted to charge around a $100 bucks with a 4 hour wait. Save your money and google how to remove door panels for your specific vehicle and you too can be listening to better sound with your factory or aftermarket system. I highly recommend these. You won't be disappointed!

    Joe
    Fort Sill, OK



    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Speaker, Great Value!, April 10, 2010
    I've had these speakers for about 6 months. I've been underdriving them with a 52 (peak) X 4 headunit and they still respond pretty darn good and have alot of bass for the size. Unfortunatly my headunit isn't allowing these babies to shine so I've invested in an Amplifier. I know it's going tobe the second night and day upgrade since I put the speakers in to replace my factory ones.
    I recommend these. Edit: I am now powering these with 80 watts per channel (4 Channels and a seperate sub with another amp). They rock the house. Excellent sounds and value.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great deal for the price and in great condition., April 14, 2010
    Bought some in an open box from Best Buy for 89.99 plus tax and got these for $30 cheaper online through Amazon. great speakers for the money. I currently run them off my head unit and they put out plenty of sound; good midrange and highs. If I was going to run them off an amp I might go with the R series. I have 2 x Alpine 10" Type R series subs with a 500w Phoenix Gold amp and they sound great with 4 of the Type S 6.5" very full sound. Don't expect much bass out of the 6.5" alone.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome!!!, April 13, 2010
    These speakers are great!! They cane with everything I needed and more. I wasn't expecting to get the screws and bolts for easy installation but it sure mate it a plus. The highs are outstanding. No scraching sound pure music. There have the same quality of a Memphis speakers but you can add bass. The sound quality to me are great. There even getter when there in the back deck with the magnet in the trunk. But I have them in my 96 camaro and the bass is not too bad but it's better than what I expected. But overall great speakers! (9/10)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great speakers, March 30, 2010
    The speakers came quickly and were nicely packed. The price was really good and these speakers are far better than the stock speakers. Upgrading car audio just by replacing the speakers is an inexpensive way to improve sound dramatically. The seller did a great job.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Alpine SPS-600 automotive speakers, November 11, 2009
    I replaced the OEM 4-speaker system in my Dodge Durango with these speakers and they sound fantastic. They needed a little finessing as it wasn't a simple bolt-off/ bolt-on and did require me to drill holes into the base plates and a little creative thinking to attach them. However, the Durango has a funky attachment arrangement...as many OEM's do. However, I highly endrose these speakers to anyone thinking about an upgrade to their auto-sound system.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A must do upgrade to any system for less money!, November 8, 2009
    You do not have to go high dollar to get some great sound, just add an amp! The little speakers take the power and add so much depth and quality to a simple system without the heavy price-tag if you are looking for fantastic sound!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Alpine SPS-600 - excellent factory replacements!, January 11, 2009
    Got these on a recommendation from another site and because the price here was so good - especially with Prime shipping. I wish I had done this a long time ago 'cos these sounds great, and so much better than the factory speakers that came with my car!
    I have a 2002 Maxima, no Bose sound system, although I wouldn't be surprised if these sounded better than the Bose. Always wanted to get a better sound system, but didn't want to go to the trouble of taking out my door panels, etc. First time installing car speakers. Although taking the car apart was a pain in the neck, I didn't permanently break anything and the replacements were worth it.
    I can hear so much more depth than before, and I literally and technically sit in a surround sound environment. Wondering if I should even go to the trouble of replacing the stereo itself - the difference is that big with my sound system now.

    I didn't have to use the nice covers that came with the speakers, but the round frames that came with them didn't fit the screw openings in my door perfectly. I managed, but I used just two screws instead of the three with the original speakers. All worked out OK. Like I said, biggest hassle was the doors. These Alpines have been handling everything I throw at them from Mozart to the Dark Knight soundtrack to AC/ DC and Springsteen. Tomorrow I'm going for a long drive to just listen to some music!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy., October 20, 2008
    I just got done installing the speakers and they are great!! I payed 54 bucks for them to replace my blown stock speakers in my 99 dodge dakota. They are extremly crisp and clear and they even have a good amount of bass. But if you turn the bass up and crank the speakers up there is a good amount of distortion. I only have them installed in my front door speakers but i am going to install them in my back speakers too. They are great i highly recemend them to anyone who wants to make there audio system better.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice speakers...excellent value, July 15, 2010
    These speakers have excelelnt sound. The dome tweeters are very responsive without being harsh. They were an excellent upgrade to factory speakers at a great price. Read more


    4. Dual BP1204 12-Inch 1100-Watt Illumination Bandpass Subwoofer
    Electronics
    list price: $249.99 -- our price: $129.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000UTMDOC
    Manufacturer: Dual Electronics
    Sales Rank: 2438
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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    Introducing the Dual BP1204 Boxed Subwoofer. Dual Audio Subwoofers deliver premium bass at affordable prices. Whether you’re looking for competition sound or just a little bit more than your stock system can deliver, Dual Audio has the deep, thundering driver you need. Check out Dual Audio’s full line of Subwoofers and speaker equipment. ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value!!! LOTS OF BASS, September 21, 2009
    I installed these last week in my E46 M3 and have been very impressed. Much better low bass than my old 12's. Hooked up to the same amp a 1000-watt mosfet and capacitor. For the price you can't go wrong. Very clean and solid construction of the box and hasn't moved since I installed, though plan on a strap or brackets to ensure no movement under hard braking.

    Lights are nice and don't distract.

    No problems so far and have cranked to where the Harmon Kardons crackle and the bass is still solid. Need to replace interior speakers now and install dynomatt!

    5-0 out of 5 stars OMG What a Buy!!!!, January 21, 2010
    I have had descent systems in the past. Was wanting to get another system. I wanted a low budget system. I seen these for $150.00 and was unsure of how they would perform. I took a chance and let me tell you I was overwhelmed. I didnt expect the bass the these subs produced when I connected them to my 800 watt cheap sony amp with a electronic crossover. You can not go wrong with these. You do need a crossover, it makes a big difference. the subs has a crossover built into them, but it isnt that good. I have had more expensive subs, these far out performs them. The Blue lights are a great bonus. Trust me if your not for sure and thinking about getting them, do it you will not be disappointed.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hard hitting 12's that look awesome!, February 17, 2009
    These Dual 12's can really perform when hooked up to a good amp of at least 1200 watts and a capiciter. I had them in a 92 ford escort hatch back and those 12's would shake the whole car from bumper tip to bumper tip! The rear license plate would jump at least 2 inches with only 2 bolts on the top of the plate. If you are looking for some hard hitting low bass shake you like crazy subs these are for you!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Surprised, December 9, 2009
    i am blown away with the sound quality, very solid, accurate bass. pleased definately Read more


    5. Davis Instruments Mounting Pole Kit
    Sports
    list price: $38.00 -- our price: $31.50
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000WDXFCA
    Manufacturer: Davis Instruments
    Sales Rank: 2918
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Mounting Pole Kit made of galvanized steel, with two poles (37.5-Inch or 0.95 m) overall length. Mounting hardware and connectors included. Fits both Davis Vantage Vue and Vantage Pro2 weather stations ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to install, February 10, 2010
    Davis mounting poles were easy to install with the hardware provided. By easy I mean that even without instructions it was obvious what steps to take. The quality of the hardware was high compared to other kits where the torque I applied during installation bent a piece. The total length of pole available gave me several options for location. I had enough length and hardware to make it stable but elevated enough off the corner of an upper level deck to ensure open space around the station and sufficient height off the ground.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Very short pole, August 27, 2010
    I purchased this pole for the new Vantage Pro2 we also purchased. It's about 1 1/4-inches diameter and 3 feet tall, which does not work for us. We ended up mounting the Vantage Pro2 on a 2 1/2-inch diameter, 6-foot pole. This worked out very nicely. I'm returning the Davis Instuments Mounting Pole Kit. Read more


    6. GSI Super Quality Outdoor Fishfinder Wrist Mount Digital Watch - Graphic Charts, Tide, Sun And Moon Data - Timer, Alarms, Chronograph And Calendar Functions - For Fishing And Sports

    list price: $69.99 -- our price: $39.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00478JPVQ
    Manufacturer: GSI
    Sales Rank: 3083
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    The New Fishing Alarm From GSI Means No More Casting Randomly Looking for Fish - The Answer Is Right On Your Wrist! Built In Sensors Pick Up All Environmental Data Required For Successful Fishing, And Point Out The Highest Favorable Spots Available. Easy, User Friendly And Affordable, It Is a Great Alternative To Other pricier Models Out There! ... Read more


    7. Seiko SQ50-V Quartz Metronome Metronome
    Electronics
    list price: $41.95 -- our price: $27.20
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000LFCXL8
    Manufacturer: KMC Music Inc
    Sales Rank: 470
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Quartz metronome ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars all the bells and whistles!!!, February 19, 2007
    Seiko metronome has more features than most.
    Our daughter did have to take it to her piano
    teacher to figure out what the numbers on the
    dial represented as the packaging did not explain.
    However, the piano teacher asked where we purchased
    such a nice metronome and now tells students to
    purchase this item. Very well pleased!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect, June 27, 2008
    This device is simple, high quality, and works perfectly. There is a volume control and you get the selection of two click sounds. The dial is easy to use. The position at the bottom of the generates a tone for tuning: either 440 Hz (modern) or 415 Hz (early music), selected by the click sound switch. There is also a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.

    4-0 out of 5 stars good quartz metronome, January 5, 2009
    Overall I like this quartz metronome for it's simple and does its job well. It gives two choice of tempo sounds that are pretty pleasant wooden click, unlike the beeping sounds from some electric metronomes. The dial is clear and easy to use.

    The only problem I had with it is with the earphone jack. When I plug in the earphone I can only hear the sound in one ear (I tried several of my headphones) and the beeping is somehow different from when it's played out. I'm not sure if it's a common problem or not but it doesn't bother me that much because I don't really plan to use headphones with it.

    Since I just got the item there's no way to tell the battery life. Hopefully the 9v battery that came with it would last a while.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I miss my metronome., October 3, 2007
    I love this metronome. I am about to buy another one because I lost mine!!! I searched to find this kind again, though, because I am very happy with it. It is simple, easy to use, easy to hear - what more could you want in a metronome?

    5-0 out of 5 stars recommend, March 10, 2010
    I highly recommend the Seiko SQ-50V. First, thanks to everyone who reviewed different metronomes and described the shortcomings of the other brands and models. From reading them, I learned that some metronomes made a beeping sound, some were too loud and some too soft. The SA-50V has a volume control and makes a percussion-like click. It is small enough to sit on an electric piano and the tempo setting dial has numbers as well as music tempo terms.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good Metronome, January 9, 2010
    I had already had a metronome, but was in search of new one that had a dial to adjust the tempo, so I went to the local music store to purchase one. I came home with this one! If you are serious about learning an instrument, a metronome is a must have!

    Pros:

    Dial. As I stated earlier, I personally like metronomes that have a dial that you use to adjust the tempo that it ticks at. I like this much better than the ones that use a button to adjust every individual interval. The dial is much quicker to operate, and it is also convenient to use the dial to find out a tempo while listening to a song. For example, you can quickly turn the dial to the tempo you think the piece is played at, and then move the dial in a direction until you find the exact tempo. My piano teacher values this a lot, especially when we're trying to find the tempo that I'm playing a piece. Compared to the button operation on some metronomes, this dial is far superior.

    Headphone jack. This is especially useful when practicing at night on a digital piano. I don't use this too much, but I think it would be useful to a lot of night owls out there, who practice at midnight or something like that.

    Various ways of being flexible. On this metronome, not only can you adjust the volume, but you also can choose between two pitches that the beat beeps at.

    Cons:

    Sound. I find the sound the metronome makes every time it beeps is "ugly." The beep sounds electronically reproduced, and I don't like that type of sound. I'd prefer the more "natural" ticking sound of my other metronome. This one's is more annoying, and sometimes distracts me. It just doesn't sound as precise. This aspect of the product probably ranges from person to person, making it hard to explain. In the end, it is your own opinion that changes the way you think about the sound. For most people, the sound won't matter, though.

    Cannot go up to 250 BPM. This is a minor problem that very few people might be bothered by. My other metronome can go up to 250 BPM, but this can only go to 208. You probably won't play any pieces this fast, but it is useful for beginning students if they can set the metronome to, for example, eighth note=125 BPM. If you don't understand, than you probably won't need to get a metronome that goes up to 250 BPM.

    Overall, this is an excellent metronome, and I highly recommend it to students, teachers, and music enthusiasts.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not durable, October 9, 2009
    The audio on this unit failed after about a year's use. It performed fine until that happened.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very good product for the price, October 30, 2008
    I bought it for my middle schooler since a metronome was required by his piano teacher. He seems really happy with it. It is a good price for the product. Read more


    8. Garmin Fishfinder 90 with Dual-Beam Transducer
    Electronics
    list price: $109.99 -- our price: $79.35
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000ES9J00
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 2309
    Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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    GARMIN 010-00459-00 Fishfinder 90 GPS Marine. The Fishfinder 90 wraps simple operations and Garmin s exclusive fishfinder technology into an entry level sonar. It is perfect for any vessel where space is at a premium. Dual beam transducer operation gives you better shallow water performance. The wide viewing angle /60 degrees/ lets you see fish even off the sides of the boat. With a basic black on white display, the Fishfinder 90 has one of the sharpest screens for the money.The Fishfinder 90 also offers Ultrascroll which allows boaters to get a much faster refresh rate on their sonar display. AutoGain, as well as user adjustable gain, is also standard on all of Garmins new fishfinders. ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice basic fishfinder, July 1, 2006
    Purchased this fishfinder on Amazon with $30 off when opened Amazon credit card. Installation was pretty easy, everything I needed was in a box. Took the boat out the next day on Wye River in MD, worked pretty well for me: showed water temperature at 80 degrees, finally warm! the depth gauge was pretty accurate too. I measured the depth with a pole and compared with Garmin and the accuracy was within 0.5 inches! I bought this unit because I had a budget under $100, but was looking for one that warns when the water is shallow and it also has a dual beam (you can set a narrow beam for more depth and accuracy or wider beam for greater coverage). The screen is big and clear, even in the sun thanks to a special anti-reflective coating, pretty easy to navigate through the menu, no need to load anything as this is NOT a marine GPS unit. Fish finding feature was neat (was assuring to see big and little fish on the screen). I think the manual stated the images on the screen had up to 5 seconds delay. Still not bad if you do not go too fast. I was crabbing that day, so cannot really tell if it helps you catch fish, but the images were definately clear on the screen. I did not get a portable hardware, but unless you switch between boats you do not really need it. I simply take the unit off the holder when park the boat, so it does not get wet/hot/stollen. The holder has a swiwel feature, so you can adjust it to whatever angle you like and then secure in that position. It also beeps when there is a school of fish nearby. I saw circles in the water and fish jumping, then Garmin started beeping, so it definately knows where the fish is. In overall, I think if you need a basic unit that warns you of water depth (you can set it to beep when it is less than X feet), shows where the fish is (including the depth where the fish is), and water temperature you will be happy with Garmin 90. It might not have a touch screen or complex menu options, but it definately does the trick for a lot less $. But if you also need a GPS feature, look into more expensive ones.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Replacement for Garmin 80, August 9, 2010
    I had a Garmin 80 which worked well for 7 years on our pontoon boat. When the Garmin 80 failed this year, I ordered the Garmin 90 from Amazon. I was able to just switch the display units since the cables and transducer were the same. I did not have to rewire anything. The new unit works well although it does lose the depth sometimes as the old one did. I think depth finders do not work as well on pontoon boats. Overall it is a fine depth finder at a good price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Replacement for Garmin Fishfinder 85, July 12, 2007
    Had to replace a Garmin Fishfinder 85 that failed after one year and only 3 months of service on the water. The Garmin 90 plugged into the boat's existing Fishfinder 85 sensors and worked immediately. Does an adequate job. I don't see a lot of differences from the Garmin 85.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Seems to work really well, December 27, 2008
    What can I say? I didn't know the first thing about fishfinders when I bought this unit to install in my Hobie Kayak. Didn't even know how it worked, but I wanted to know where the fish were.

    Installation in the kayak was pretty much a breeze although I was scared stiff to drill a hole for the wiring that plugs into the display. But it turned out better than I thought. (Gives himself a pat on the back!)

    As far as the transducer was concerned, I found out that you can install it inside the hull and it still works pretty well ... although you don't get a good reading on the temperature. Duh! cause it can get warm inside the hull so you get the temperature reading inside the hull instead of the water! LOL!

    But as far as giving depth ranges and fish location, it does a good/great? job. I think!

    But I can't truly admit that I used it to catch fish because that's debatable.

    Let's just say that I certainly saw fish going by (according to the indicator/display), and it gave the depth ranges of all the fish swimming by, but catching them is another matter.

    ... and OH yes,it gives good audible signals as in when you're in shallow water and about to trash your rudder! Don't know what happens when you suddenly come across a sandbar ... probably comes to a sudden stop and your kayak flips over on it's side. While the sunbathers all laugh at you as you flop around on the sand like a fish out of water! Not a KODAK moment!

    Keep in mind that this review is on the unit and NOT on the user's fishing prowess... OK?

    5-0 out of 5 stars fishfinder, January 9, 2010
    I ordered it as a gift and it arrived on time and in perfect condition and the reciepent seemed very happy.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not a new unit, February 10, 2009
    The unit arrived in the appropriate time. However, I discovered that the unit was a return (the original purchaser's note was still in the box with the unwrapped finder). It was obvious that the unit had been returned and had been used. Read more


    9. Davis Instruments WeatherLink USB Software
    Sports
    list price: $165.00 -- our price: $148.50
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B001AMKC14
    Manufacturer: Davis Instruments
    Sales Rank: 4723
    Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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    WeatherLink with standard data logger, is software and a data connection the connects your Davis weather station to your PC using a USB port. The data logger stores information even when your computers is turned off or not connected. ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Temperamental, August 1, 2009
    I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend, who is an engineer, and loves collecting data. We have it mounted up on the chimney, where it is unobstructed for accurate wind speeds, temperature, and rainfall. During storms, he will set the monitor next to him to watch the fluctuations minute by minute. I call it geek tv. The unit seems sturdy and well built, and a cut above other weather stations sold for home use. This may be the best gift I ever bought him. Highly recommended for those interested in weather, and who love collecting and tracking data.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Seller, September 14, 2008
    It Records the weather, that's about it. Don't forget the Datalogger if you expect it download the data. Read more


    10. Garmin Fishfinder 160C
    Electronics
    list price: $213.99 -- our price: $164.80
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000FADPKW
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 2377
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    Designed for utility and affordability, the new Fishfinder 160C primarily targets inland boaters.The Fishfinder 160C features a sunlight readable 4.5-inch diagonal, 128 x 128 pixel, 16-color CSTN display. Garmin now offers Ultrascroll which allows boaters to get amuch faster refresh rate on their sonar display. The Fishfinder 160C provides dual beam transducer operation for improved performance in shallow water or deep water. The new high dynamic range, analog receiver performs in – as little as a foot deep. AutoGain, as well as user adjustable gain, is standard on all of Garmin’s new fishfinders showing more fish under all conditions. ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Garmin 160C Fishfinder, June 9, 2008
    I have used the [ASIN:B000ETTPCG Garmin 160C Portable Fishfinder (Dual Beam)]Garmin 160C several times now and find that it is quite easy to use and it works well not only locating fish but the constant depth reading has saved my boat being hung up in shallow water areas where I fish. The optional audible alarm that I added was a plus as well so you can hear the warning of fish and depth audibly as well as see on the screen both fish and water depth situations.

    Great item for the low cost!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best depth/fish finder we've had, August 25, 2009
    We've had other brands of depth finders. This one is the best we've had! The color screen is much easier to see and the depth readings are consistent. It functions well even though we put it in the hull with epoxy. The other brand would fluctuate. We have not had too much experience with the fish finder yet. Just be careful of one thing. We were not aware that when you press the off button it first dims the screen. We thought it was off during the day and since it was just dimmed, the next time we went to our boat the battery was dead!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worst one I ever owned, June 8, 2010
    This is without a doubt the worst fish/depth finder I have ever owned. The depth gage changes so slow, you can go from 100' to 1' and be agroundand it will still be at 100'. If you fish in three feet of water for ten minutes and than move out to four feet, you actually have to shut the unit off and turn it back on for it to change depths. I'm sure I've had it to long to return (two months) but I can't wait to replace it. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY SOMETHING ELSE.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Unreliable - freezes frequently, July 10, 2010
    Got one of these a couple of weeks ago. Firstly I've found the fish-finding less than impressive, though this is my first fishfinder, so wasn't sure what to expect and I imagine it's as good as others in that respect.

    My main gripe with the fish-finding is it gives you no direction as to where the fish are. Behind you, in front, to the left of the boat, the right..? No idea, just 'There's fish around here, somewhere.'

    My BIG concern however is that the unit frequently freezes up.

    I primarily use it as a depth finder, as there are many shallow areas around the coast here and on the river to it. At the wrong time of day you can easily get stuck in certain places, so was really looking forward to getting this.

    Generally it works but I relied on it while exploring further up the coast than we normally go. "41 feet....41 feet... 41 feet.."

    We ploughed into sandy mud in water less than four feet, not forty one.

    Yes, we had a chart, yes I knew there was a shallow area nearby; that's why I kept checking the depth to ensure we didn't get too near it, without taking a much longer route.

    Happily I was able to immediately turn on full lock while raising the engine, tilting the boat over and lifting the engine at the same time, and we managed to claw our way off. Had we been stuck we would have been really stuck, 2 miles offshore, with the boat tipping over as the tide receded - before coming back.

    In inaccurate map is worse than useless - and an inaccurate depth finder is dangerous.

    I've given it only one star, with an extra one because the screen is great and it's simple to operate. The instability of the software however is a serious concern.

    Since that incident it has done the same thing twice more, freezing up. Turning it off and back on fixes it - but be aware it takes around 30 seconds to start up and figure out the depth again.

    Overall I'd say it's better than nothing but do NOT rely on it to give continous depth readings.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good value, December 17, 2009
    Good no-frills, middle of the line fishfinder. Good all around value for the price point.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice Product!, November 7, 2009
    Being a female.. and a proud new boat owner.. I was so excited to get this depth finder... it tells you the speed (additional wiring needed).. and the color graphics can be tweeked to your liking! An Absolute easy and must have for boaters/fisherman!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Garmon 160C - A fish finding machine, August 28, 2010
    Excellent clarity, easy to use. Caught 29 kokanee the first time I used it. My last Garmon lasted 15 years - this one looks like it will go the distance as well. Highly recommend for the average fisherman at a reasonable price.

    5-0 out of 5 stars GARMIN 360C, April 19, 2010
    I returned the Garmin 160C for the 360C per boyfriend's request. Before I received the GArmin 360C Amazon had received and reimbursed me for the Garmin 160C within 1 business day!! WOW!!! That was FABULOUS!!! Amaon- You rock!! Read more


    11. Humminbird 161 Combo 4-Inch Waterproof Marine GPS and Chartplotter
    Electronics
    list price: $279.99 -- our price: $187.77
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000KUMOQ8
    Manufacturer: Humminbird
    Sales Rank: 3448
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    The 161 combo combines a powerful 20 degree beam sonar with a high-resolution monochrome display and GPS chartplotting into a compact unit.Real Time Sonar instantly captures the action under the boat, and Sonar Echo Enhancement reveals the smallest details.You also get exceptional navigational capabilities, thanks to an internal, 16 channel GPS/Was receiver and built-in UniMap of the United States inland lakes, rivers and coastal areas. ... Read more


    12. Garmin Protective Case for Fishfinder 120, 140, 160C, 250, 250C
    Accessory
    list price: $14.50 -- our price: $14.50
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000HY5GB2
    Manufacturer: Garmin
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    FISHFINDERPROTECTIVE COVERFF250Manufacturer: GARMIN USA INCModel Number: 010-10437-00 ... Read more


    13. Humminbird SmartCast RF25 1.25-Inch Waterproof Fishfinder
    Electronics
    list price: $99.99 -- our price: $83.67
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000752MKY
    Manufacturer: Humminbird
    Sales Rank: 2510
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    Editorial Review

    Our rod mount sonar display does something no other fishfinder canżit puts you sonar and time/date information where you need it, at eye level on your rod, on a display that's backlit for night fishing.Plus, it includes the RF45 Advanced Remote Sonar Sensor for increased depth capability and wireless range, up to 500 hours of in-the-water use, and more.The One-Touch menu gives you easy access to Fish ID+, depth range, fish alarm, sensitivity and other advanced features, so you have the information you need at a glance.Accommodates rod sizes from .35" to 50". ... Read more


    14. Humminbird Smartcast Wrist Mount
    Electronics
    list price: $79.99 -- our price: $79.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0009PSA1M
    Manufacturer: Humminbird
    Sales Rank: 7216
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    Editorial Review

    Humminbird SmartCast RF35 means never having to guess if you're need a hot spot again... the answer is right on your wrist! Find fish and structure up to 100 ft in any direction of where you cast! The SmartCast RF35's sensor casts directly to a fishing rod for ultimate portability and simplicity. Use the SmartCast wireless technology to check out structure without wasting time piloting the boat to the actual location. You save time and make fishing decisions faster! And the information is all yours with a quick glance at your wrist. More: High visibility 1 1/4" diagonal display with 48V x 32H resolution pulse backlit display; Advanced Remote Sonar Sensor (RSS) with ultra-wide sonar coverage equal to twice the water depth... pulse lit design for night fishing; Sonar Coverage: 90 degrees @ -10db (115kHz); Water surface temperature and digital depth readout. Display powered by replaceable 1 Lithium 2450CR watch battery. (included); 150 ft remote operating range, 120 ft depth capability; Illuminated Advanced RSS with water surface temperature included; One-Touch menu navigation easily controls FishID+, depth range, fish alarm, and sensitivity; Advanced RSS typically lasts for 500 hours of in-the-water usage; Wet Switch technology maximizes battery life by automatically shutting down when the Advanced Remote Sonar Sensor is out of water; Waterproof design; Quality backed by over 30 years of fishfinding technology. Order Today! Humminbird RF35 ... Read more


    15. GSI Super Quality All-In-One Fishfinder Handheld Monitor - Measures Sun, Moon, Tide, Altitude, Barometer, Temperature And Humidity Levels - Alarm, Stopwatch And Calendar Functions - For Fishing And Sports

    list price: $89.99 -- our price: $39.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00478JMVE
    Manufacturer: GSI
    Sales Rank: 2854
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    Editorial Review

    The New All In One Fishing Monitor From GSI Means No More Casting Randomly Looking for Fish - The Answer Is Right In Your Hands! Built In Sensors Pick Up All Environmental Data Required For Successful Fishing, And Point Out The Highest Favorable Spots Available. The Monitor Also Includes 4 Other Measurement Meters For Safe Outdoor Sports. Easy, User Friendly And Affordable, It Is a Great Alternative To Other pricier Models Out There! ... Read more


    16. Humminbird Smartcast Rf 35 Dual Display Wrist Sonar
    Misc.
    list price: $89.99 -- our price: $94.32
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000752MKO
    Manufacturer: Humminbird
    Sales Rank: 10471
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    Editorial Review

    The Humminbird® SmartCast Dual Display RF 35 wrist sonar system lets you easily find fish, structure and depth wherever you cast with an Advanced Remote Sonar Sensor. The compact watch design gives you a readout that's easy to take with you and also works as a fully functional watch with date and time capability. ... Read more


    17. Humminbird PiranhaMAX 160 4-Inch Waterproof Fishfinder and Dual-Beam Transducer
    Electronics
    list price: $89.99 -- our price: $87.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B001DTQ2GS
    Manufacturer: Humminbird
    Sales Rank: 6523
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    One touch. That's all it takes to get easy-access to all the advanced features of the PiranhaMAX Series fishfinders. Fish ID+, fish alarms, depth alarms, zoom and more-and start putting more fish in your livewell. Clear Edge Greyscale displays ensure you'll see more onscreen, even in direct sunlight. Simplicity and performance-that's what's made the PiranhaMAX a #1 choice among anglers. The PiranhaMAX 160 features a dual beam sonar, 160 Vertical pixels and 4 level Greyscale. ... Read more


    18. Garmin Fishfinder 300C 3.5-Inch Waterproof Fishfinder and Dual-Beam Transducer
    Electronics
    list price: $249.99 -- our price: $200.53
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    Asin: B00110PQVG
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 4597
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    The affordable Fishfinder 300C color sounder is just right for recreational anglers who fish primarily in freshwater lakes. The 300C has a super bright, high resolution 3.5-inch QVGA color display with improved user interface, plus UltraScroll; for screen updates at live-action speeds. The 300C comes with a dual beam transducer, which provides excellent coverage in shallow waters. Benefit from High Performance Sonar. The 300C features the high performance sonar receiver found in most of the Garmin marine lineup. Other features: Power output: 150 watts (RMS) 1200 watts (peak to peak) Auto Gain setting adjusts sonar sensitivity automatically See-Thru® technology shows weak and strong returns simultaneously Round flasher display mode Whiteline shows you how thick the bottom is 2X and 4X automatic and manual zoom Battery voltage indicator . Single NMEA-0183 output ... Read more


    19. Humminbird PiranhaMAX 160 PT 4-Inch Waterproof Fishfinder and Dual-Beam Transducer
    Electronics
    list price: $129.99 -- our price: $129.99
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    Asin: B001DTUTIK
    Manufacturer: Humminbird
    Sales Rank: 15811
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    One touch. That's all it takes to get easy-access to all the advanced features of the PiranhaMAX Series fishfinders. Fish ID+, fish alarms, depth alarms, zoom and more-and start putting more fish in your livewell. Clear Edge Greyscale displays ensure you'll see more onscreen, even in direct sunlight. Simplicity and performance-that's what's made the PiranhaMAX a #1 choice among anglers. The PiranhaMAX 160 features a dual beam sonar, 160 Vertical pixels and 4 level Greyscale. This model comes with a soft-shell carrying case, suction cup transducer, integral cable storage and a 7Ah battery and charger so you won't miss a fish, no matter how far away from home you are. ... Read more


    20. Garmin Fishfinder 400C 4-Inch Waterproof Fishfinder and Dual Frequency Transducer
    Electronics
    list price: $407.13 -- our price: $294.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000KMRFY2
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 4962
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    GPS, FISHFINDER 400C, W/DUAL FREQ. ... Read more


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