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Furuno drop combo unit prices

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Washington-based Furuno now offers a GPS/chart plotter/fish finder combo for less than $1,000.

Furuno has reduced the price of its GP1670F and GP1870F GPS/Chart Plotter/Fish Finder Combo models to $995 and $695, respectively.



“These are not short-term special prices, inventory blow-outs or a temporary promotion,” said Dean Kurutz, marketing manager for Furuno USA. “We see these powerful combo units as great options for a variety of boat sizes and with this new price point, we think we can get them into the hands of more captains.”

Both units incorporate Furuno’s award-winning fish finding technology, high-accuracy GPS receiver and full-featured C-Map chart plotter with bottom discrimination, Accu-Fish, C-Map 4D Charts, internal GPS, and a 600W/1KW Fish Finder.



Furuno has been awarded the Best Navigation System Award the last eight years and Best Fish Finder for 42 consecutive years.



For more information, visit www.FurunoUSA.com.

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