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Old 02-16-2011, 03:19 PM   #21
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Thanks!!! I think I will. My only fixed plotter is a 182C. I will say it has performed perfectly albeit with a small screen. It will be nice to have a screen that big!

This guy was over at our house and he was talking to someone else mentioning the price he would let it go at and I literally flew across the house and out the back door and said......WWWWWWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTT T!!!!!!!!!!....I WANT IT!!!! *MY HOUSE.....I GET FIRST DIBS!!!!....


I am damn near deaf but I heard that loud and clear from inside the house!


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Old 02-16-2011, 03:24 PM   #22
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skipperdude wrote:

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Buy it.

*I don't think you will regret it.

*For $200.00 Oh yeah!!

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$1,900 new on e-bay.* Hard to believe anyone would let a working one go for $200.

Be sure you get the antenna and power cable.* And bracket if you don't plan on flush mounting.*

You can download the manuals from the Garmin website.


-- Edited by rwidman on Wednesday 16th of February 2011 04:21:24 PM
Even if you don't you can buy an Antenna new and the cables as well for say $200 more.* That $400 and you are done.** I think your Chart*Chip from your old unit will fit the new one as well. *Great deal.

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rwidman wrote:

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skipperdude wrote:

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Buy it.

*I don't think you will regret it.

*For $200.00 Oh yeah!!

SD

It's
$1,900 new on e-bay.* Hard to believe anyone would let a working one go for $200.

Be sure you get the antenna and power cable.* And bracket if you don't plan on flush mounting.*

You can download the manuals from the Garmin website.


-- Edited by rwidman on Wednesday 16th of February 2011 04:21:24 PM
Even if you don't you can buy an Antenna new and the cables as well for say $200 more.* That $400 and you are done.** I think your Chart*Chip from your old unit will fit the new one as well. *Great deal.


The chart chip from a 182c will not fit a 4210.* That's ok though because the 4210 has built in charts with the same detail as the 182c and they will be more recent.

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The chart chip from a 182c will not fit a 4210.* That's ok though because the 4210 has built in charts with the same detail as the 182c and they will be more recent.
Correct you are.* My last one was a 3200 and it*needed the chip.

Presently I'm stuck with two E80 Raymarine and can't justify making the change of at least one of them to Garmin*yet but I'm sure I will come with a plan*by the end of the summer.

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When I purchased my boat, the PO had been navigating with paper charts and a hand held GPS made for hiking!

I put the Garmin 182c from my previous boat on the Camano untill I sold it, then I had to buy something. Since I have an upper and lower helm, I had to buy two plotters and a depth sounder. I got two Garmin 5208s, a GSD22, and an in hull transducer. Close to $6K, but hey, it's a boat, right?
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Update....it turns out it is a 2010..........still not a bad deal but still not a 4210.....I will likey wait until he pulls something out a little more up to date. Many of his clients change electronics every 2-3 years.
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Update....it turns out it is a 2010..........still not a bad deal but still not a 4210.....I will likey wait until he pulls something out a little more up to date. Many of his clients change electronics every 2-3 years.

That sounds more reasonable.* The 2010 is obsolete.* If it's not broken, it will do what it does, but the newer units do a lot more.
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