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Boblov 7" Ir 50m 360° Rotate Underwater Camera Dvr Recording Ice/sea Fish Finder on

C $472.99

Shenzhen,Guangdong, China

Shenzhen,Guangdong, China
Condition:New Brand:BOBLOV Max Depth:50M/164ft Country/Region of Manufacture:China Sensor size:1/3 inch SONY CCD Type:Underwater Camera Total Pixels:800 TVL Features:Color Display View angle:360 degree ,Rotative Model:7C3 Camera led light:12PCS Infrared LEDS MPN:Does Not Apply Cable length:50 meters Screen Resolution:800 x 480 Camera power supply:DC 12V Screen Size (in.):7 UPC:889251137648

LA auto show 2011 review by Ben Pulman

Thu, 17 Nov 2011

When the automotive industry was in the midst of recession, the LA auto show carved out a niche for itself as the place to be seen to be green. Detroit represented the big, bad gas-guzzling old school, but the forward-thinking culture of southern California meant the relaxed atmosphere of the LA Convention Centre was the perfect setting to preview the smaller, more compact and more fuel-efficient future. This year it was different.

Ford EcoSport heading for Europe

Thu, 06 Sep 2012

At Ford’s ‘Go Further’ even in Amsterdam today, it’s been revealed that the compact SUV Ford EcoSport will be sold in Europe. Ford in Brazil has been building a small SUV based on the Fiesta for almost a decade, and the new Ford EcoSport is a new version based on the latest Fiesta platform and already on sale in South America and India. Now Ford has confirmed – to no one’s great surprise – that they will be launching the EcoSport in the UK and Europe in the next eighteen months.

College Exhibition: Royal College of Art Show 2005

Fri, 08 Jul 2005

For the 18th year Pilkington Automotive sponsored the RCA's Vehicle Design Awards. Leslie Lau won the Best Design Interpretation Award for his Emotive-HYDRO:GEN electric vehicle design, a futuristic look at the automobile which retains the spirit of driving passion. Aimed at the single urbanite and powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, the vehicle also seeks to address issues of recyclability through the use of recycled pulp, most commonly found in egg boxes, in the exterior body panels.