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#10923297 - 06/17/15 01:58 PM Raymarine Dragonfly Pro
dustinj707 Offline

Registered: 12/28/12
Posts: 61
I know everyone on here has there preference on lowrance or hb, but I was interested in knowing if anyone has tried out the raymarine. What are some of the pros and cons of it. I have done some research and it gas gotten good reviews (better than the big 2) on many different aspects. So TFF, lets here what you think.

#10923304 - 06/17/15 01:59 PM Re: Raymarine Dragonfly Pro [Re: dustinj707]
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An addition to my previous post. I am looking at putting this on a 17' aluminum weld with a 50 hp motor. Not an awesome set up, but it will get me on the water for the time being.

#10923489 - 06/17/15 02:55 PM Re: Raymarine Dragonfly Pro [Re: dustinj707]
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I looked at them at one time. All I could find was a mixed bag of reviews on the lower end units. I didn't want to take the gamble, so I went to HB. I think their high end units are solid based on what I have seen. That being said, Garmin has re-entered the race with vengeance and seems to be getting good buzz. At some point when I get larger units, they will be on the short list for sure.
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