Humminbird Helix 5 Sonar/GPS Combo - w/ Navionics+ Chart

Humminbird Helix 5 Sonar/GPS Combo - w/ Navionics+ Chart
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Helix 5 Sonar/GPS Combo w/ Transom Mount Transducer and Navionics+ Chart

Humminbird's Helix 5 Sonar/GPS Combo offers DualBeam PLUS Sonar and GPS
chartplotting with internal GPS receiver for 2,500 waypoints, 45 routes,
50/20,000 tracks/Points. Also, includes Humminbird UniMap base maps and
is compatible with Humminbird LakeMaster® charts, including
AutoChart™ and Navionics® Gold/HotMaps™ compatible.
Included is the XNT 9 20 T transducer with 200/83 kHz frequencies for 20-
and 60-degree coverage, respectively.

  • 5" color TFT wide-screen LCD
  • Water surface temperature gauge built into transducer
  • GPS speed included
  • 480 x 800 resolution
  • 256 colors
  • 200/83 kHz dual beam sonar
  • Internal GPS + microSD card slot
  • Humminbird LakeMaster cartography compatibility
  • Navionics compatibility (No Platinum)
  • 4000 watts peak-to-peak
  • 1500' depth capability

Navionics+ Preprogrammed with All USA/Canada Gold & Hot Maps Data in MSD Format

Navionics+ is a powerful electronic chart solution providing more marine and lakes content than other products on the market, and the best value. Navionics+ is preloaded with ready to use Nautical Charts. Customers register their card for the Freshest Data service to download SonarChart™, Community Edits and free daily updates for the first year from purchase. The US & Canada region allows boaters to choose both freshwater and saltwater charts throughout the entire region. In addition, Navionics+ gives boaters the ability to easily enhance their charts with the sonar logs they collect. 16 GB card and USB reader included.
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