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Standard Horizon WS150 Wind instrument

Just putting out the feelers....I'm thinking of buying one.....Do you have one on your boat? Let me know if you like this equipment.....pros and cons

Thank you
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I have the Horizon WS45 (older unit) and I'm having a hard time finding replacement parts/service for the unit. From what I'm finding, I'm better off buying a new system. If that is the case, it won't be Standard/Horizon.

Just my 2 cents.
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Standard Horizon is out of the sailboat instrument business. It better be a good price if you are considering one. FWIW, they didn't make the instruments themselves but bought them from a New Zealand or Australian company.
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