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Humminbird SOLIX 12 CHIRP GPS Combo

Humminbird SOLIX 12 CHIRP GPS Combo
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SOLIX™ 12 CHIRP GPS Combo

When it comes to fishing, the larger your lure collection and the bigger your determination, the better your odds. That's why the SOLIX™ Series has it all; every Humminbird innovation from MEGA Imaging™ and AutoChart® Live to Ethernet networking and Bluetooth® connectivity. Now showing on a massive 15" or 12" Cross Touch® display the largest ever. Never compromise. Never settle. Because more is definitely more.

The SOLIX 12 features a large 12.1" display with LED backlight, CHIRP sonar with up to 8000 Watts PTP power output. Includes GPS chartplotting, built-in Bluetooth, Ethernet networking capabilities, unit cover and Cross Touch Interface.

*Optional 50 kHz transducers available for extreme deepwater and to obtain 1000 watts.

*Option CHIRP transducer and SM3000 purchase required for 5000 ft depth performance.

Technology - Upgradeable Software
Upgradeable Software - Access software updates to enhance the performance of your Humminbird unit through the My Humminbird section.

Cross Touch
Take command of your display like never before with Cross Touch, exclusive to the SOLIX Series. Everything you can do with the touchscreen, you can also do with the keypad-so rough conditions will never compromise your control. Some touch interfaces limit you to finger pointing. Not this one. Multi-gesture capability lets you navigate menus and activate features with a tap, swipe or pinch.

Customize Views to Your Needs
From planning out to your fishing spot to trolling to casting, different scenarios require a different mix of technologies. SOLIX makes customization simple. Just swipe and drag up to four panes to create custom, pre-set views with your must-used technologies. Once you've finished building your arsenal, easily toggle between pre-sets for the view that best matches your on-water situation.

Access Full Screen Views Instantly
Need a closer look? Turn a multi-pane view into a highly detailed, full-screen view instantly with a two-finger press on your preferred screen.

Even Bigger Than It Looks
It's the largest fishfinder ever. But size isn't all that matters. SOLIX delivers an unrivaled industrial design with forward-thinking features. The result is a state-of-the-art fishing experience.

Hands-Free Fishing Built In
Bluetooth capability keeps your phone out of the water and in your pocket by displaying notifications on your SOLIX.

Versatile Mounting Options
It's your boat, rig it however you please. Mount your SOLIX in dash, on the included gimbal or directly to an optional RAM Mount for a clean, modern look.

Redesigned Keypad
The SOLIX keypad features a separate joy stick and encoder for precise adjustments and easy access to key features.

Edge-To-Edge Glass
The striking, edge-to-edge glass and bright, high-resolution screen of SOLIX make every pixel count.

Refined Finishes
Don't let another fish slip through your grasp, thanks to the textured grip-back of SOLIX, designed to give you more control over the keypad.

Plus-and-Fish Networking
High-speed Ethernet allows you to easily connect to Humminbird 360 Imaging, Minn Kota i-Pilot® Link™, CHIRP Radar and additional SOLIX or select HELIX® units.

Mark the Spot
Find something promising? Simply press and hold to place a waypoint so you can return later.

Pinch To Zoom
Expand or take a closer look at charts, sonar returns and more, simply by pinching or unpinching your fingers.
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