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Like new condition Lowrance ifinder Explorer GPS. SOLD.

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Lowrance Explorer gps is an upgrade from the H2O with an electronic compass and barometric altimeter along with scout mode. This gps is as close to new as you can get. I bought one a couple months ago and had troubles with the compass so returned it to Lowrance. In the mean time I upgraded to the color version Expedition. Lowrance returned me a brand new unit that I have only turned on to make sure everything is in good working order. For more details please see lowrance website. Retails for $200. Asking $160 and no tax or shipping! Please send inquiries to bgradin@charter.net

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Is this color

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is it still available, and where is it located.

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It is not color, it's greyscale. I'm located in St.Cloud but could ship it if necessary.

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Well my first transaction didn't work out. This is still available if anyone is interested let me know at address above.

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Does it take MMC chip for mapping?

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Yes it takes all the mapping chips out there I am aware of. You can also save all of your waypoints and trails on a MMC card so that you have a backup copy.

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Is it still forsale? Is the picture what comes with it?

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Yes, still for sale and it includes the three things in the picture.

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If still for sale, would like to buy

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I'm currently in the middle of a transaction. I will post if it does not work out.

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Is it sold?

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yes

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