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Question Speedometers

Does anyone know of a gadget that records speed and distance for dinghies, So I can attach it to a moth or something like that.
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Re: Speedometers

A handheld gps.
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Re: Speedometers

Know any waterproof ones?
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Re: Speedometers

speedpuck if you want something small and simple otherwise most any garmin marine handheld or other brand
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Re: Speedometers

velocitek start pro is great.
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Re: Speedometers

I have a couple of gadgets.
Magellin triton is waterproof, lots of others


Do you have a iPhone/android in an otter box?
there are several free speedometer apps
go up level and get garmin blue charts, free, maps=$$
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Re: Speedometers

I have an app on my I-phone called Boatracker. It works great. Cost about $2.00.
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