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Garmin gWind Transducer

The gWind transducer uses a three-blade propeller to provide accurate true wind speed readings in light air, while its twin-fin design offers a stable true wind angle reading for when you’re trying to squeeze out a few extra knots when heading around the marks. The included GND 10 black box connects the gWind with NMEA 2000, and the unit is easily compatible with Nexus and Garmin chartplotters. $599. Garmin, garmin.com 

March 2016

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