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SOLD***Aqua Vu Scout XL - New

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Angler-viewers have been asking for an underwater viewing system with a larger screen. The Aqua-Vu Scout XL answers this call! The Scout XL features a 7" viewing screen, the largest on the market in a highly portable system.


Awesome for Ice Anglers and Open water Anglers as well.


• A 7-inch viewing screen with adjustable brightness and contrast

• New compact design with built-in softcase and zip-out sunshield

• B/W Bluegill fish camera with 12-infrared lights for twilight viewing

• A built-in 7.2 amp 12-volt battery which provides up to 4-hours of continuous use; plus charger

• A video-output jack for video recording

• 100 feet of 200-pound-test cable

• One-year warranty

Retail - $279

Only $200 to the first taker recognized and accepted. Please contact by e-mail for more information.


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Without a doubt the 7" screen is much nicer than my 5". smile.gif

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Sent ya another email Rick.



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