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Lowrance HOOK²-7 7" Chartplotter/Fishfinder SplitShot Transom Mount Transducer w/Nav+ Chart

Lowrance HOOK²-7 7" Chartplotter/Fishfinder SplitShot Transom Mount Transducer w/Nav+ Chart
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HOOK2-7 7" Chartplotter/Fishfinder SplitShot Transom Mount Transducer w/Nav+ Chart

The world’s easiest fishfinder, HOOK2 7 SplitShot offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance® performance, HOOK2 7 features SplitShot 2-in-1 sonar with wide-angle, High CHIRP coverage and DownScan Imaging™, plus a worldwide basemap Navionics+ Chart Card. Just plug it in and fish. Yes, it's that easy.

Features:

  • 7-inch SolarMAX™ Display - 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.
  • SplitShot 2-in-1 Sonar with High CHIRP and DownScan Imaging™ - SplitShot 2-in-1 sonar makes it easier to stay on the fish, delivering the best traditional sonar views and lifelike images of fish-holding structure beneath and beside your boat.
  • Built-in detailed mapping - Easily find depth changes, roadbeds or your favorite fishing spot on the built-in, high-detail U.S. map in HOOK2, featuring 1-foot contours or more than 3,000 lakes.
  • Mapping options - You can easily upgrade the mapping on your HOOK2 with optional mapping cards from C-MAP, C-MAP Genesis, Navionics® and more.
  • microSD card slot - -Save your waypoints, routes and trails to a microSD card or upgrade your mapping with an optional chart card.
  • Easy front-dash or gimbal-bracket mounting installation - -Pick the best installation option for your boat from simple flush-mount and gimbal-bracket installation options.(Both Included)

Specifications:

  • Display: 7" (177.8mm)
  • Resolution: 800 x 480
  • Backlighting: LED
  • Power Output: TBD
  • Operating Frequency: High CHIRP, Wide-angle 200kHz, 455/800 kHz,
  • Media Port: One (1) microSD slot
  • Operating Voltage: 10.4-17 VDC (min-max)
  • Warranty: One year
  • Depth Alarm: Yes
  • Shallow Alarm: Yes
  • Temperature Readings: Yes
  • Transducer Type: TripleShot transducer
  • Display Type: WVGA color TFT LCD
  • Backlighting Levels: Adjustable Screen And Keypad
  • Waterproof Standard/rating: IPx7
  • Product Width: 9.31" \ 236.4 mm
  • Product Depth: 3.28" \ 83.3 mm
  • Product Height: 5.64" \ 143.3 mm
  • Power Supply (Supply Voltage): 12 vDC (10-17 vDC min-max)
  • Routes storage: 100
  • Waypoint Storage: 3,000
  • GPS Antenna Type: Internal high-sensitivity
  • Plot Trail storage: 100
  • GPS Alarms: Yes
  • Custom Mapping: Optional Americas chart upgrades include C-MAP, Navionics® HotMaps® Premium and Fishing Hotspots® PRO. Global chart upgrade options include Navionics + and C-MAP MAX-N
  • Background Mapping: Comes with worldwide basemap Navionics+ Chart Card
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lowrance HOOK²-7 7" Chartplotter/Fishfinder SplitShot Transom Mount Transducer w/Nav+ Chart 000-14290-001 LOWRANCE HOOK2-7 SPLITSHOT COMBO WITH NAV+ CHART
$549.00
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