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Anyone want to in a new ST60+ speed and depth combo? $620

My new boat has a ST60+ speed and depth system, and I'd like to add a ST60+ wind instrument to it. I've been looking online and you get a pretty decent discount if you purchase a package with all three, wind, speed, and depth, versus buying each system alone.

Anyone in the Seattle area who'd like to go in on a package with me? I'd take the wind, you take speed and depth. This isn't the "tridata" combined speed and depth, but the two separate displays with much bigger numbers. It's for the systems, displays and transducers, not just displays.

$620 includes your share of shipping. To come up with that, I calculated the discount of the package vs all three alone, applied that percentage discount to the D&S systems, then split shipping between wind and D&S proportionally to the cost of the two groups. At the sailnet store, the D&S systems are $725 plus shipping, so probably like $750.

Sale ends the weekend, so PM or email me soon. I'm only buying one system. But who knows, maybe there are more people out there who want a wind? It's about $650. Email is "tango papa indigo echo papa hotel oscar @gmail.com".
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