Big 640Vx480H LCD 4.5" color display with DualBeam PLUS™ sonar that has 20º and 60º beams. 2400 Watts PTP power output, 1000' depth. Includes speed/temp, UniMap built-in, and 50 channel GPS+WAAS. In-Dash Mount: 5.4''H x 6.9''W.
SwitchFire™ Exclusive Humminbird® SwitchFire Sonar gives you the power to choose how displays are returned. Max Mode displays every return for the most complete picture while Clear Mode filters returns to display only fish and structure.
DualBeam PLUS™ Provides 20º and 60º beams to see below the boat with better structure and bottom hardness definition.
Internal 50 Channel GPS Humminbird's 50-Channel GPS/WAAS receiver gives you lightning fast position fixes accurate within 2.5 meters.
Rated 5 out of 5 by hazwild easy to use
Great unit easy to use.I found the owners Manuel online or use the disk it comes with. I would buy the chip to upgrade the map,but it does work without it. For the price I think it works great
March 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by basscasters excellent
This fish finder was very easy to install. It came with every thing you need. It has a lot of functions that are very helpful. I put the instructional cd in my lap top and had no problem with set up or navigating though this product. Bass pros 6 months same as cash was a big help.I would rec amen this to anyone who is thinking of new electronics. It is well worth the money!
April 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TxGunner Works Great
I've had this for about 1 1/2 years and it works great. I leave it on all day and it is user friendly. I also use it at night to backtrack to the dock using the GPS.
I also like the "Capture/ snapshot" feature that allows me to take a snapshot of a hot spot as I am trolling the deep water for cats.
It is very nice; I used the 6 months to pay plan.
April 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ohiodmr Poor customer service
Unit does not depict detailed bottom compared to my older Humminbird. Humminbird will fix this newer for $140. Yes, technically out of warranty however it never worked well out of the box. Two seasons of trying to tweak the settings was costly for me.
March 24, 2012