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Railblaza E Series USB StarPort Charging Base

PROs:

  • ROHS compliant with CE and RCM certification to connect with any power system
  • Locking slide with stainless steel fasteners

CONs:

  • For charging only and not for data transfer
  • Splashproof but not waterproof

Taco Marine Rub Rail Mounted LED Navigation Lights

PROs:

  • 3-Watt Port (Red) and Starboard (Green) LEDs
  • Low-draw, 0.6 Amperes per light
  • Water-resistant, IP68 rating

CONs:

  • Doesn’t fit all rub rail profiles
  • Designed to fit the popular Taco Marine V21-9659, V21-9904, V21-9909 and V21-9959

FTZ 94130 Controlled Cycle Crimp Tool

PROs:

  • Ratchet mechanism ensures a proper crimp by not releasing until cycle is complete
  • Compound action delivers maximum crimp force
  • Cushion grip handles

CONs:

YKK SNAD Adhesive Fasteners

PROs:

  • Attach a solar panel without damage to the surface
  • The snap secures to the boat using 3M acrylic foam adhesive tape
  • Tough enough for the marine environment

CONs:

LunaSea Ultra Bright Portable Light Bar with USB Charger

PROs:

  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Takes 3-4 hours for full charge, red light indicates charging, green light indicates fully charged
  • Built-in on-off switch

CONs:

  • Must purchase a separate mini-USB-to-device charger cable to charge your cell phone

Garmin Striker 7sv Fishfinder

PROs:

  • Includes CHIRP SideVu, DownVu and traditional sonars
  • It ships with a tilt/swivel, trolling motor and transom mount, a CHIRP transducer and all the necessary cables

CONs:

  • No charts and no ability to load charts
  • Small 7 inch screen

Icom M93D VHF Marine Transceiver with Built-In GPS & DSC

PROs:

  • Large, full dot-matrix display is easy to read
  • The high contrast display is visible under direct sunlight
  • Class D DSC, a red rear panel button allows for distress calls direct from the handheld

CONs:

  • There are a lot of features that can be confusing to set up, it ships with a 99 page user's manual
  • It is bigger than the very popular Icom M72

Garmin gWind 2 Wireless Transducer

PROs:

  • Makes it easier than ever to have highly accurate wind data when and where you need it most
  • NMEA 2000 compatible
  • Stand-alone wind system or expanded to full onboard network

CONs:

  • Not compatible with GNT 10
  • Still have to climb up the mast to install however the battery is solar charged and lasts up to 3 years

A Backup Camera for Your Boat Trailer

PROs:

  • Each camera transmits wirelessly up to 45 feet.
  • You can install up to 4 cameras.

CONs:

  • Must hardwire the camera to constant power to be able to toggle between views.
  • If not hardwired, it is wired to the reverse light and comes on when the vehicle is placed in reverse.
  • Does not include WiFi so all updates must be installed via your computer at www.garmin.com/express.

The ConnectScale

PROs:

  • Weight in pounds, ounces or kilograms
  • Built-in thermometer in Fahrenheit and Celsius
  • Digital read out to 1/100th of a pound

CONs:

  • Only weighs up to 55 lbs
  • Requires 2 (AAA) batteries
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