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Raymarine C70

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Raymarine C70. The average rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other GPS for all reviews. People are impressed by the reliability and performance. The durability and usability also get good comments, but some have doubts about the price.

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On average, users rate this product 95/100.

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As alway Raymarine builds a great produc


The unit is small and fits well on the pedistal without blocking the visability. Unit is fast to redraw tthe graphics and with the Platnum chip the features are great. animating the courents is a great advantage when navigation in the Long Island...

"Waterproof","Reliable","Durable","Easy To Install"

"Sirius weather pricey","Expensive"

Aug, 2008

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Talk about a great product


I use my C70 for Radar and mapping my trip's out of long Beach harbor. The Radar is perfect, I can actually see each slip and exit perameters as I leave the harbor. Even on a real foggy day. The Chart plotter is excellant lot's of detail to keep you...

"Durable","Reliable","Easy To Install","Waterproof"

Jul, 2008

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Raymarine C70


Excellent Product.

"Good Value","Durable","High Quality"

Feb, 2007

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I love this product.


I have installed my C70 on a 20' Shamrock that I use in both freshwater (lakes and rivers in Kentucky and saltwater along the gulf coast. I have so far only used the GPS chartplotter and it is easy to use and easy to install and user friendly (other...

"Very fast to startup","High Quality","Easy To Install","Durable"

"Can Be Pricy","Expensive"

Feb, 2007