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Aqua-Vu Scout II for $12.99

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If you check out the following link it says that they're on sale for $12.99. It's obviously a mistake, but would that be considered false advertisement? Wouldn't mind a $13 camera.

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I dont see a link but would like a cam for 13 dollars how do i find it.

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What is the HSOforum??? If this is true a guy could make some money off of this.

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Or...loose money?

Best see what da deal is. Re-cons, parts missing, damaged...something is up with this deal Eh?

Retailers are clearance them out all over the place, but $129.00 sounds like a more likely price for a new Scout to me.

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What is the HSOforum??? If this is true a guy could make some money off of this.

Posting unauthorized web-links is a no-no, per forum policy.

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Sorry fellas, I can't seem to find the link anymore either. They must have pulled it. If those guys actually got them for that price, makes me a little mad I didn't jump on it when I had the chance.

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The coolest thing is these cams have a link function where if you drill say 4 holes, and you can get a 4-D view of the fish... its gonna be nuts!

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Well I see they now changed the mistake to $320. Grrrreat, should have jumped on it when I had the chance, but I was at work during their hours.

joeyquicksand - You wouldn't wanna sell me one of the ones you picked up would ya?????? I did bring it to your attention and all wink

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Can anyone just say the name of the company, please?

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One can say the name of the company but please leave the link out per forum policy.

A $13.00 camera might be questionable.

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Well I see they now changed the mistake to $320. Grrrreat, should have jumped on it when I had the chance, but I was at work during their hours.

joeyquicksand - You wouldn't wanna sell me one of the ones you picked up would ya?????? I did bring it to your attention and all wink

i fish, therefore i lie.

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It was on Cabela's on their main icefishing page, you'll see it listed now for $319.99

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