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SOLD !!!--- Lowrance H2O for sale --- SOLD !!!

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Selling my H2O Lowrance. This is NOT the C color version, it's monochrome.

Unit works flawlessly, has a couple small scratches and normal rash from use but it's very useable. I had a Navionics 2007 card, and also a Lakemaster card in it, they both worked great.

Price at $ 100 I can ship and accept Paypal (I have to add 4% extra).

SOLD !!!!!

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Also do you have a 12 volt plug in adapter for it.

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I don't use it anymore, my boats have both the onboard units. I have a Magellan auto GPS for off boat travels, this one has been sitting on my desk for at least 6 months with no use. I had the charger, I have to look for it, it's been a while since I used it.

I should have posted this 2 weeks ago, I was in DR last week, we were staying at Edgewater Resort on Sand Lake....

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You said "you had those chips in it" what does it have in it now.

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No chip at all just standard Lowrance built in map.

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That's a good deal with no chip. Shop around. I paid 120 for mine with no chip and it's a great deal. Awesome for ice fishing and hunting.

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I know it is a great unit. I have been using a buddys Black and White version a few times. I have also seen and used the color version. There is a difference. How much difference is in the eye of the holder.

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Does this just show the lake map or does it show the contours in the lake like on maps?

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They only show the contours of the lake if you buy and use the lakemaster chip.

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Is there a big difference with this one and the H2O C other than the h20c is a color one?

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Color is the only difference in these. The H2O works fine for what I use it for. I have color in the boat and it is nice, but not needed unless you have the extra cash to blow.

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Thanks for the help sandmannd. Most like i would use it for ice fishing and maybe canoeing in some lakes when i go to ely for school

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It would be great for that. Your welcome, I would get a hold of Valv if you are serious about it.

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Valv,

What all comes with this unit? Do all the cords come with it and is there a holster for it or anything?

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Valv, Do you have a number or email I can contact you at?

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They only show the contours of the lake if you buy and use the lakemaster chip.

Sand or Valv,

Correct me if I am wrong, but with out the chip it will show the contour (Outter edge's) of the lake, or does it show a blank screen?

With the Lake Master chip, it will show further (closer details) and depths, bars, reefs and more.

What does it show with out the chip? Does it have built in mapping software (very basic) like my Humminbird GPS has, just no detail of lake depth and structure? Or is it just a blank screen you can mark way points on, untill you purchase the chip? Never owned one of these.

This is a good price on this unit.

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Shack,

Excuse me for jumping in here, but it will show the outer edges of lakes, just not the contours in the lake. You can still put waypoints on the lakes with out the chip.

I am surprised that this thing isn't gone.

"hooks"

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Thanks Fishnhooks.

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I would take one of these over my H20c just because when I am hunting and ice fishing the color version eats through the batteries like crazy! I have mine hooked up to the ciggarette lighter on my boat now so that issue is done.

Someone needs to pick this up! You wont be dissapointed!

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Whoops, sorry guys I was away for few days.

Send me an email if you need contact info or call me at 612 756 0149

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Is your email the KVEsurplus???

If you could email me at vcclaw09@hotmail.com that would be great.

Thanks

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Ok, so far only somebody from Nigeria has sent an email to "purchase" this item. Anybody else locally ?

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Valv I droped you an Email on your surplus site a few days ago

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I don't recall receiving it, go to My profile by clicking on my name and send and email from there.

Thanks

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