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LeMerovingian 01-09-2013 03:48 AM

Most Popular Boating Products Under $300?
 
Hello,

This is my first posting as a a new member to the community. I hate to start with a question that doesn't add substance to the community but ....,


What are the most popular or useful recreational boating products from $50-$300?

I have an off beat guess like wi-fi antennas?

This is for a project as I build websites........,

Your suggestions are appreciated!

aeventyr60 01-09-2013 03:55 AM

Re: Most Popular Boating Products Under $300?
 
How about an L.L. Bean boat and tote bag?. Heavy duty canvas bag that has lasted for 17 years, about 20 bucks.

LeMerovingian 01-09-2013 04:03 AM

Re: Most Popular Boating Products Under $300?
 
Thanks old timer will have a look believe I seen them at the pro shoppe..........,

MikoBee 01-09-2013 07:36 AM

Re: Most Popular Boating Products Under $300?
 
West Marine will show you the most popular products ("Hot Sellers"), which you can then sort by price. I'd give you a link, but I don't have quite enough posts yet.

The sailnet store doesn't seem to have that feature

LeMerovingian 01-09-2013 08:06 AM

Re: Most Popular Boating Products Under $300?
 
Ah! I think that's just what I was looking for very impressed with there format......, ever purchased? Good customer service?

miatapaul 01-09-2013 09:43 AM

Re: Most Popular Boating Products Under $300?
 
West Marine is a "big box" type store. You will have people who love them as they have excellent return policies and stand behind there products as most chains do. Others hate them as some have kids working there that don't know anything about boats, and that they tend to drive local guys out of business. My experience has been that the staff is mostly retired or semi retired boaters and at my local store sailors to boot! But I think some stores around big fishing areas tend to have power boaters working there. So your mileage may vary.


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