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slammer

LCX-104c

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Any idea what this Lowrance unit is worth?  Time to upgrade.

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What is that thing about 12 years old? Looks like the last update they had for it was 8/31/04 on the Lowrance site.

Do you have all the cords, ducer and puck for it, lake chips? 

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Yea its about 10 -12 years old.  Got all the cables and ducer and a MN & LoW/Rainy Lakemaster chips.  Works great, never a problem.

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6 hours ago, slammer said:

Yea its about 10 -12 years old.  Got all the cables and ducer and a MN & LoW/Rainy Lakemaster chips.  Works great, never a problem.

 

Waits your guess on what you think it's worth?

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$200 maybe? $250 tops with the chip maybe?. Little risky for a buyer being that old of a unit.

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Posted (edited)

Surprise...

I looked at "completed auctions" on that bay thing,  and they went for from

512 bucks for this one http://www.exbay.com/itm/Lowrance-LCX-104c-/272525997085?hash=item3f73d0b41d%3Ag%3A0~EAAOSwZQRYcymT&nma=true&si=Td1kTtB7cLTiJZY3vtZuk67rhwk%3D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

 

with nmea network stuff

 

to 89 bucks for this one with just the head. 

 

http://www.exbay.com/itm/LOWRANCE-LCX104C-FISHFINDER-WORKING-UNIT-/122308481581?hash=item1c7a27522d:g:QHEAAOSwA3dYdxlJ

 

(I hope the filters don't wreck the links)

They do, so just remove the x in the middle of the name.com in the link

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Posted (edited)

I really had no idea what to do with it or what its worth.    If i could get 250 or so I'd be happy.  I might keep the chips for my HDS7 for the ice.   Thanks for the research del.

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You can put it on the bay.   It is easy, I have sold things there. 

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Ill try to get something for it.  Not holding my breath for too much though.   It is a good unit just outdated.  What else would you do with it?  Take it somewhere that recycles computer or similar items?

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Like I said, the bay of e.  depending on condition and accessories you might get a couple hundred bucks for it.  

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I'll give you $150 for it if you ship it to my house.

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Posted (edited)

You can buy a NEW 5 inch graph with GPS for $300, that should give you an indication of what it is worth.

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5 hours ago, JohnMickish said:

You can buy a NEW 5 inch graph with GPS for $300, that should give you an indication of what it is worth.

 

Isn't the lcx104 like a 10 inch display?  

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Totally my bad, I was thinking it was a 5 ". Let me rephrase, you can get a brand NEW with warranty 9 or 10" screen with sonar and GPS for $1000 or less. Something that old is going to have trouble using any new mapping chips (processor speed will be the issue) so I would put TOP dollar at under $250 if it came with a chip. Sorry to be the guy that puts a price tag on it, but old sonars are not worth much with all of the advancements going on nowadays. You can get a 9" touch Lowrance  (Elite 9TI) with side imaging for $1000 now, and it has the ability to make a map on the fly!

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I sold a lcx-25c and 27c last spring.    Got $190 for one and $250 for the other with cables and transducer.   Newer than your unit but for reference. 

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Waiting for the new H'birds I ordered.  Hope it shows soon.  I be using the LCX as long as I have to.  del,  yes it is 10 inch screen

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