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#12604013 - 01/31/18 12:53 PM Polarized glasses and reading graph
jcg1970 Offline

Registered: 03/11/10
Posts: 50
Loc: Jacksonville, TX
Does anyone else have a difficult time seeing the graph on the depth finders while wearing polarized glasses? I have a pair of Costa's, but suffer the same problem when using cheap polarized glasses. Any way around this?

#12604054 - 01/31/18 01:26 PM Re: Polarized glasses and reading graph [Re: jcg1970]
javelin150 Online   content
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Registered: 03/19/06
Posts: 988
Loc: Waco, TX
This is a problem that most sonars have with polarized glasses.

The Lowrance HDS Carbon addressed this issue with their screens.

#12604303 - 01/31/18 04:37 PM Re: Polarized glasses and reading graph [Re: jcg1970]
Bobby Milam Offline
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Registered: 07/13/14
Posts: 3579
Loc: Arlington
The polarization is not in the same direction. Tilt your head and you will probably be able to read it. I've been lucky that none of mine have ever interfered with my humminbirds. They also have different color palettes to try to help you out. I'm guessing if you turn the glasses 90 degrees to the screen you can then read it. It isn't just FFers. TVs and other things with the same technology have problems.

#12604940 - 02/01/18 06:09 AM Re: Polarized glasses and reading graph [Re: jcg1970]
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The newer Garmin's have no issues with that, or sun glare.

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