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Garmin or Raymarine #13855641 01/21/21 10:12 PM
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Have always had Lowrance or hummingbird.Looking at the Garmin with live scope or Raymarine axiom 9 with real vision. Pros and cons please.

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Re: Garmin or Raymarine [Re: phen u2] #13856355 01/22/21 02:57 PM
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I have a full garmin system on my champion, force tm/2 93sv plus/92sv plus/livescope, love it.

had owned nothing but birds for decades and the garmin are easier to operate and I think have a few more goodies than birds do now.

know nothing about raymarine other than they are very popular on offshore boats.


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