Raymarine® Dragonfly® Sonar/GPS with Navionics® North America Gold Chart Bundle


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  • Ultra-bright, 5.7" optically bonded sunlight display
  • Photo-like imagery of bottom structure using CHIRP DownVision®
  • CHIRP-powered Dual Channel sonar
  • Dual beam CHIRP transducer
  • Built-in temperature sensor
  • Built-in 50-channel GPS sensor with fast-acquisition technology
  • User interface simplifies display choices and menu options
  • Tilt/swivel quick-release holster
  • Includes Dragonfly CPT-60 Transducer and Navionics Charts
Whether you're a professional guide or weekend angler, you'll appreciate the cutting-edge sonar performance of Raymarine's Dragonfly Sonar/GPS with Navionics North America Gold Chart Bundle. This Sonar/GPS unit boasts a big 5.7" ultra-bright 1500 nit color display that's optically bonded for maximum visibility—even in the bright summer sun. Dragonfly includes a built-in 50-channel GPS and the Navionics North America Gold Chart Bundle, which includes U.S. and Canadian coastal waters, the Great Lakes, and 3,000 lakes and rivers.

Unlike conventional sonars that transmit on one frequency with each pulse, Dragonfly's DownVision sonar uses CHIRP technology to transmit across a wide spectrum of frequencies with each pulse, for higher resolution, life-like sonar images. This is actually two sonars in one because it's built with two discrete CHIRP channels: a ultra-high resolution DownVision channel, and a high-resolution fish-targeting sonar channel. View each channel independently, or switch to dual sonar split screen mode for the ultimate in underwater viewing.

Dragonfly is paired with Raymarine's exclusive CPT-60 dual element CHIRP transducer with an ultra-wide fan-shaped beam and a wide view of DownVision images. A second element provides a conical-shaped beam for imaging fish targets.

Manufacturer model #: E70085-GLD.
Rated 1.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst Unit Out There I researched for months whether to purchase a new DragonFly or purchase a used Lowrance LCX 38 CHD. I made a HUGE mistake and purchased the Dragonfly. My old Lowrance (2006) is ten years ahead in Cartography in 2006 compared to my 2014 Dragonfly. The base map does not include all of Stick Marsh, Farm 13 or Garcia......NOT EVEN ON BASE MAP! The lakes were open to the public in 1992. So,,Lowrance Cartography, in 2006 was ahead of Raymarine Cartographgy in 2014. How much farther ahead is Lowrance now? I would recomend that a person living in Florida purchase ANY unit instead of a Dragonfly. The Dragonfly is a pretty unit. Maybe the depth finder part will show me how deep the water is where the GPS shows me ground. Maybe..who knows?? March 15, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dragonfly This unit is ok. Not great. Mounting is cheap and unit looks cheap. Not like a Lowrance or Humminbird. As far as I have found the GPS on this unit is useless. Not accurate at all. The downimage gives a good picture, but this unit isn't the quality of a Bird or Lowrance June 10, 2013
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