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Kyle Sandberg

Advice on GPS

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I'm looking into getting a handheld GPS and was wonder what the best kind to get is. I would like on of the handhels one that you could put a lakemaster or any downloadable chips in. It doesn't matter if it's color or not but not looking to exceed 300 big ones. Thanks.

K Dawg

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Lowrance H2O=$170

Lakemaster MN Chip=$100

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I would agree with Skeets as that is what I have and have been very happy with this unit.The 5' contour maps are o.k.,but the 1' are great.Nice to be able to mark your spots and be able to return right there.

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K Dawg, I work at Cabela's, our best selling handheld GPS is Lowrances H2O $169.99, color H2O is 269.99, both are super GPS units. There is rebate on Novionics premium chip of $50.00 Stop in an chat with us, We can show you several features and advantages to using these handhelds.

Jim

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Thanks. I'll look into stopping in the next time I'm in the area.

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