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Dock Boy

Hello, I recieved a Garmin Vista GPS a couple of years ago for Christmas and only used it a couple of times. At the time of purchase this unit went for close to $400. The unit comes with a neoprene case to keep it dry in all types of weather and a Garmin Vista DVD Guide to walk you through the operation. This unit has everything from electronic compass and altimimeter. I'm looking to get $225 OBO I will also take care of any shipping costs. I do have pictures, but not sure how to post them here. If you would like pics shoot me an email at caseywave11@hotmail.com or give me a call at 800-331-5694.

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Powerstroke

is this the color model?

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Dock Boy

Nope this is not the color model. This thing is like brand new. I maybe used it twice. It must go. I have no use for it. Make an offer!!!

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Dock Boy

Let go guys. I need to get rid of the unit. Nobody needs a good GPS?? Walley opener is coming fast mark your honey holes!!! laugh.gif

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Dock Boy

Watch for falling prices. Looking for $200. Garmin Vista GPS, Neoprene cover and the DVD to teach you everything. This thing MUST GO!!!!! grin.gif

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Finns

Is this the Etrex Vista?

Finns.

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Dock Boy

Hey Finns, Yes this is the Etrex Vista, Like new conditiion. Only used twice ones for a fishing trip on Kabetogama. It has the case and DVD. I will also leave waypoints for the reefs on Kab I fished. I also have pictures of the unit if you would like to see them. Thanks again. Dock Boy

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Dock Boy

$200 OBO

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Dock Boy

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Dock Boy

$180 for everything this must go. Somebody must need a GPS. I can send pictures if you would like. Nice unit. MUST GO!!!!!!!!!

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Dock Boy

Somebody make an offer!!!!

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wetaline

I'll take some pics, from way down south...lol. finne.david@mayo.edu

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Dock Boy

Pics have been sent

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bgreen82

wanna shoot me some pics, email in signature

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Dock Boy

Pics have been sent.

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Dewski

Could you send me some pictures. Please send them to Newfolden@hotmail.com

Thank you

Bret

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Dock Boy

Pics have been sent!!!

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Dock Boy

Gone traded for a Cuddeback digital excite with mem card.

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harvey lee

You'll like that one Dock Boy. smile.gif

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Dock Boy

Is that a good unit??? I haven't used it at all yet

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