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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarmarkMarine View Post
    But a reliable wireless system just makes more sense when its limited to a reasonable number of boats over a reasonable distance.

    David
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    Are there any aftermarket devices you would recommend or have any experience with? Aside from bluetooth head units, any after market plug n play devices?

    Are there any attributes to specifically look for when in this environment other than battery life?
    2006 Supra 24SSV

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    Also, any feedback on the links I posted? Specifically the last one?
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    Dusty, I'm thinking this is the direction I'm going to go.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=ulaqZinAz9g

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    Only other thought about this, will the Exile puck be water resistant? That would be a huge selling point, for me at least.

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    Water resistant and waterproof is two very different things. Bad things can happen to portable electronics on the water. It's tough to beat a ziplock bag.

    David
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    David, I'm talking water resistant. Like a transom remote isn't fully waterproof, because it isn't submersible. It's just really water resistant, I think it would be a benefit for the puck to be water resistant. This may be just me but I won't be too happy about putting the puck in a zip lock bag after I buy it...

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    Hey, but I own stock in SC Johnson so I try to peddle Ziplock bags and Scrubbing Bubbles any time I can.

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    Then you must be a fan of 11Outback V. I watched him quickly rid his white boat of road scum & diesel exhaust crap by using Scrubbing Bubbles.
    Drew
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    Exactly! But now his boat smells exactly like my bathroom so everytime I get in the boat.....nevermind.

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    Ha ha! - Thanks David I needed that this morning. Still laughing...
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

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