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in stock

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I added in stock and quantity indicators near the add to cart button along with some other surprises. We allow ordering of some popular products even when quantity gets low or zero or less. Order what you need and your order will get filled as soon as new stock arrives, usually within a few days. If you order more than available allowed you will get a message your quantity is adjusted. If you need to modify a quantity you can always do that within the cart before checkout.

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Collections

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Been working on collections and have added some to help you find things easier. Sales and Specials has links to collections of special items, such as Close-Outs, Open-Box, Refurbished and Used. All Products collection is sorted by the newest items added to the store. Best Selling Collection. More sub-collections under Accessories. And more to come...

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Used Inquiry

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If you see something you want but are unsure of specifics, please ask a question before purchase. See the used collection page or contact us page for a link to the used inquiry form. You will need the item title with serial number or reference number for the product you are interest in to complete the form.

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Used for sale

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We have lots of used marine electronics head units and a few other things too. See the used collection under collections on the left and also i've added links in the top menu and bottom left corner menu. You may also use the shortcut shop.meob.com/used. Check back often as we will be adding used trade-in units as they arrive and some models sell quickly after posting.

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AIS updated rules

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Information about AIS - Automatic Identification Systems including a Live AIS Map by Marine Traffic with information displayed from our receiving station and links to AIS VendorsThe US Coast Guard has significantly widened the number of vessels required to operate an AIS. This affects commercial vessels larger than 65 feet, including fishing, as well as certain towing and passenger vessels. The new rules require these vessels to have USCG approved AIS transponders installed by March 2016.

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