E70295-NAG

Raymarine Dragonfly 5M Gold

Raymarine Dragonfly 5M Gold

Description

The Raymarine Dragonfly 5M Gold is ready to get you on track with a fast 50-channel GPS and the super easy Dragonfly user interface.

Features

  • 5" All-Weather, High-Definition LED Backlit Display
  • Optically Bonded Display For Sharp Color, Wide Viewing Angles, and No Internal Fogging
  • Precision Guidance Using A 50-Channel Fast Acquisition Internal GPS Sensor
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 With Dragonfly, there is
no waiting for charts to load. A fast processor makes panning, zooming, and
exploring maps simple and fun. Dragonfly's all-weather, high-definition
color LCD display makes maps come to life and optical bonding protects the
display from internal fogging.

Key Features

  • Simple to use. Power on and become a dragonfly expert in minutes
  • Ball and socket tilt swivel mount lets you mount Dragonfly easlily
    on any surface
  • Removable mounting ball is compatible with aftermarket ball and socket
    mounting systems for more mounting options
  • MicroSD memory card readr
  • Includes Navionics Gold North American (US and Canada) lakes, rivers, and coastal maps
  • Compatible with optional Navionics and Raymarine Lighthouse™
    format charts
  • Internal storage for 3000 waypoints and 15 tracks. Use optional mciroSD
    memory cards for expanded storage

 

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Raymarine Dragonfly 5M Gold E70295-NAG Dragonfly 5M Gold with Navionics Gold Lakes, Rivers, And Coastal Maps
$369.99
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