NavPod PowerPod Grand Prix Series Uncut

NavPod PowerPod Grand Prix Series Uncut


The NavPod PowerPod Grand Prix Series Uncut combines the clean look of flush mounting with the features of a swivel base.


  • Polished Stainless Steel Tamperproof Fasteners
  • Double Seal For Watertight Integrity
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PowerPods are simply a better way to mount your Radar/Chartplotter, Fishfinder or GPS. You combine the clean look of flush mounting with the features of a swivel base. Turn the PowerPod to get the best view of your color display. Let your co-pilot enter the waypoints while you steer the boat, then swivel the display back for you to see.

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Built to complement the latest marine electronic products.

Double Seal for Watertight Integrity
Outer silicone seal is complemented by an internal seal made of memory resistant urethane foam gasketing that keeps its shape and sealing ability over many years.

Polished Stainless Steel TamperProof Fasteners
Large size and strength with new buttonhead style screws that have deep wrench recesses for better tightening power. UV stable polyurethane washers under each fastener improves sealing and holding power of fasteners and long 6 tamperproof wrench provided for easier assembly.

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NavPod PowerPod Grand Prix Series Uncut PP5050 PowerPod Grand Prix Series Uncut, Usable Face 12.75"W x 8.55" H
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