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Seaview DPOD Deck Power Pod Box - Uncut Small for MFD Display

Seaview DPOD Deck Power Pod Box - Uncut Small for MFD Display
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Seaview DPOD Deck Power Pod Box

Uncut small MFD Pod, quick lock and release rotating base.

Overall Dimensions:
  • Width: 12.305"
  • Height: 7.555"
  • Depth: 5.08"

Max Usable Face:
  • Width: 11.75"
  • Height: 7"

Max Cut Out Area:
  • Width: 11"
  • Height: 6.125"



The DPOD is a instrument deck pod designed for power boats. Seaview took their modular mount concept and applied it to their instrument pod product line. There will be three different box sizes to fit almost any chart plotter or instrument on the market. What makes the DPOD so great is that it really appeals to fisherman because of its quick rotating base.

Rotating Base

The quick rotating base makes the DPOD a really nice choice for fisherman as it allows you to rotate the screen for better viewing on the fly, so you don't miss that catch! Simply pull the secure bolt out and rotate the DPOD left or right up to 350 degrees. To lock the anodized aluminum base back into place simply push the secure bolt back in, it's so easy you can do it with one hand!

Construction

The DPOD is made from UV resistant ABS plastic and security screws are used to hold it all together. A water tight gasket is used to prevent water from entering inside the pod, while a GORE-TEX ventilation vent lets hot air to escape without letting water in.

Optional Accessory Pod

One of the unique abilities with the DPOD is the ability to add optional side pods (SP1BOX). Currently no other instrument pod for power boats on the market has this feature. Depending on the DPOD box size you choose you are able to mount either one to four of these accessory pods. This gives the customer lots of flexible solutions to optimize their setup.
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Seaview DPOD Deck Power Pod Box - Uncut Small for MFD Display SP2P SEAVIEW DPOD DECK POWER POD SP2P BOX UNCUT SMALL MFD
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