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Furuno offering rebates on 35 products

Furuno USA is offering rebates of $50 to $1,000 through the company's "Spectacular Rebate Event."

Rebates are being offered on 35 Furuno products, including LCD radars (1623, 1715), fish finders (FCV620, FCV585), chart plotters (GP7000, GP7000F), autopilots (NavPilot 511) and the company's line of NMEA 2000 instruments (FI-50 Series).

Furuno also added savings on the entire NavNet 3-D MFD and DRS radar product line, including a range of add-on sensors and MU-Series marine monitors. Consumers can double the monitor rebate from $500 to $1,000 when they buy one with a NavNet 3-D black box unit.

The rebates are being offered on purchases of qualifying products between Sept. 18 and Nov. 30.

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