000-14179-001

Lowrance HOOK²-4X GPS 4" Fishfinder GPS TrackPlotter All Season Pack

Lowrance HOOK²-4X GPS 4" Fishfinder GPS TrackPlotter All Season Pack
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HOOK²-4X GPS 4" Fishfinder GPS TrackPlotter All Season Pack

HOOK2-4x GPS All Season Pack The world’s easiest fishfinder, HOOK2 4x GPS Bullet offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance® performance, HOOK2 4x GPS features wide-angle, Broadband sonar coverage, plus a simple and accurate GPS Plotter. Just plug it in and fish, it's that easy.

4-inch SolarMAX™ Screen

Get crisp and clear views of fish and fish-holding structure with the excellent clarity and daylight visibility of a high-resolution SolarMAX™ display.

Automated sonar settings

You will spend more time fishing and less time dialing in your sonar with HOOK2 Autotuning sonar. Just plug it in and fish. It doesn't get any easier.

Easiest-to-use menu operation and Dedicated Keypad

Make the adjustments you want with fewer key presses via a simplified menu layout and dedicated keypad.

Lowrance® Wide-Angle Broadband sonar

Stay on the fish more easily with proven Lowrance® Broadband sonar, delivering the best traditional sonar views.

Built-in GPS Plotter

Save waypoints, follow trails and navigate to your favorite fishing spot with a simple and accurate GPS Plotter.

Easy front-dash or quick-release bracket mounting installation

Pick the best installation option for your boat from simple flush-mount and quick-release-bracket installation options.

Key Features of All Season Pack:

  • Portable pack with two integrated mounts for the Hook2-4x GPS fishfinder
  • 12V battery and charger
  • Wide Angle 200 kHz Skimmer® transducer with power cable
  • Suction-cup transducer mount
  • Ice transducer with with float and power cable
  • Two Stowaway® utility boxes

Specifications:

  • Display Size: 4.3" (109mm)
  • Display Resolution: 480 x 272
  • Display Type: Color TFT
  • Sonar Frequency: 200 kHz
  • Sonar Max Power: 200W RMS
  • Sonar Max Depth: 500' (152m)
  • Sonar Alarm: Shallow, Fish, Depth
  • GPS Type: Internal high-sensitivity WAAS + EGNOS + MSAS
  • Power Supply: 10-17 vDC (12V systems)
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Width: 6.5" (165mm)
  • Height: 3.8" (96mm)
  • Depth: 3.3" (84mm)

Comes With:

  • 000-14170-001  HOOK2 4 - 5" Bracket
  • 000-14027-001 - Bullet Skimmer Transducer
  • 000-14192-001 - Bullet/SplitShot Transom Bracket
  • 000-0127-50 - Fuse & Fuse Holder
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Lowrance HOOK²-4X GPS 4" Fishfinder GPS TrackPlotter All Season Pack 000-14179-001 LOWRANCE HOOK2-4X GPS ALL SEASON PACK
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