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Garmin TM vs Lowrance #13602358 06/21/20 12:20 AM
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Any more input on likes dislikes?

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Re: Garmin TM vs Lowrance [Re: lundy] #13602425 06/21/20 01:32 AM
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I have the garmin and am lovin it. anchor lock works excellent, plenty of power (mine is on 36v).


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Depends on who u ask. Got 2 buddies with Garmins and both have nothing but issues. Spot lock never works right and delays on pedal to head issues. One just got the Ghost and loves it. He actually had me order 2 more for his buddies


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Re: Garmin TM vs Lowrance [Re: lundy] #13602642 06/21/20 12:31 PM
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Never buy first release of these things... I'll consider one in a year or two when kinks are worked out and we have enough data to matter


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Re: Garmin TM vs Lowrance [Re: catslayer] #13602756 06/21/20 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by catslayer
Never buy first release of these things... I'll consider one in a year or two when kinks are worked out and we have enough data to matter




I’ve had my Lowrance since thanksgiving and have used it almost every weekend since then, zero issues with mine yet. So, not sure there will be any changes in the first year, plus it’s already been out for a few years on a few prostaffer boats.

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Originally Posted by grout-scout
Originally Posted by catslayer
Never buy first release of these things... I'll consider one in a year or two when kinks are worked out and we have enough data to matter




I’ve had my Lowrance since thanksgiving and have used it almost every weekend since then, zero issues with mine yet. So, not sure there will be any changes in the first year, plus it’s already been out for a few years on a few prostaffer boats.


Not ALL the ultrexes lost thier mind and spun in circles and jerked the wire out... But some did

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