Bend, Ore. NavPod, manufacturer of high-quality waterproof housings for marine electronics, announced today that its Carbon Series PowerPods are now shipping. With a sleek, high-gloss carbon-fiber finish the new Carbon Series models are perfect for inland fishing and offshore power boats.

PowerPods are better than bracket mounting. Very sturdy and secure, yet clean and attractive, this mount provides protection for fishfinder/chartplotters from the harshest of wet boating conditions. PowerPods give the convenience of easily reaching and controlling the fishfinder/chartplotter while providing added security with protection from theft.

The new housing positions a fishfinder/chartplotter at a 20-degree viewing angle and provides the clean look of flush mounting with the advantages of a swivel base. NavPods are available in pre-cut models compatible with 7-, 9- and 12-inch LCD displays from all major marine electronics manufacturers. The swivel base is offered with a large 1.8-inch opening for wires and large connectors (1.1-inch on smaller models). NavPod’s PowerPods provide protection to the back of the electronics from water intrusion and help to conceal the wires and connectors from UV exposure or damage from snagging and ripping connectors out of their sockets.

“We are very excited about the new design of our Carbon Series PowerPods,” said Rob Walsh, president and owner, Ocean Equipment. “The high-gloss carbon-fiber finish adds a high-tech look compatible with newer offshore power and inland fishing boats. Now that the Carbon Series PowerPods are shipping, boat owners will get the protection, security and convenience of a PowerPod in a product that looks great!”

NavPod backs their commitment to quality by offering a 10-year warranty on all Gen3 NavPods. PowerPods can be purchased through a nationwide network of marine electronics dealers, national retailers and wholesale distributors. For more information on the Carbon Series PowerPods, NavPod or its full product line, please visit www.navpod.com.

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