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H20C Sunscreen

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This simple sunscreen helps viewing the H20c in bright sunlight. The screen is made from light aluminum and painted flat black on the inside.

I crafted a pattern from the cardboard from a twelve pack.

Actually the cardboard unit works well but is not as durable.

The portable unit shown is bungeed to the bench seat of a boat.

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I think you need to patent that and sell it to Lowrance. That is the only thing I don't like about my ExpeditionC.

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I was hoping you'd say you made the template from the cardboard of a twelve - pack, and that the metal was from one of the empty cans!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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I was hoping you'd say you made the template from the cardboard of a twelve - pack, and that the metal was from one of the empty cans!!
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Pretty close laugh.gif

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