The HawkEye Handheld Depth Finder sonar system produces instant depth readings from 2.5 feet to 200 feet.
Uncover the World Below...Depth/Temp/Light Vesatile Digtial Sonar with Water Depth, Water & Air Temperature, Fish Readings & LED Flashlight.
The H22FX is a feature packed, handheld sonar system that with the flip of a switch produces instant depth readings from 2.5' to 200'. An integrated temperature sensor displays air and water temperature, while fish detecting sonar will illuminate a fish indicator on the display if a fish passes through the sonar beam.
(**) for the depth and fish sonar features of this unit to function properly, the sonar sensor must be in direct contact with the water or a boat hull as per the instructions in the operator's manual. Readings are NOT obtainable through the air.
Integrated LED Flashlight & Underwater Fish Attracting Light
HawkEye has incorporated high performance with a low power consumption LED. Not only does it have significantly higher output intensity, but when compared to incandescent flashlights of similar battery count and similar lumen output, you can expect a much improved battery longevity from this "next generation" bulb. Couple that with 4 Interchangeable Colored Lenses, and you've got the ultimate boater tool!
Side-Scan Fish Detecting Sonar
There is no guessing where the drop-offs are or where the fish are hiding when you use the H22FX. One press of the button allows you to scan an area for drop-offs, ledges, or hiding fish within 199 Feet (61 Meters). Scan under weeds, lily pads, or even docks for trophy lunkers before making a cast; the presence of fish is clearly indicated on the LCD
Depth, Air & Water Temperature, Fish & LED Flashlight
Featuring all the advanced sonar capabilities of the H22PX Hand Held Depth Finder, the H22FX takes portability to another level.
Place the transducer side of the unit in the water. Flip the activation switch to the left, and instant depth, fish and temperature readings will be diplayed on the LCD. Flip the activation switch to the right to activate the LED Flashlight.
Requires: 4 - AA Batteries (NOT Included)
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