000-12596-001

Lowrance Lake Insight Pro V16

Lowrance Lake Insight Pro V16
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Lake Insight Pro V16

Lowrance Lake Insight Pro V16 elevates your favorite mapping system with dynamic enhancements you'll appreciate on the first trip. Improved and expanded in Lake Insight Pro V16 are more than 9,000 total lakes with depth contours, including 3,000 lakes with 1-3' contours; 2,400 lakes with glorious high-definition and 1-3' contours; 4,800 lakes with standard definition, 3-10' contours; and a whopping 100,000+ total named bodies of water with shoreline detail.

Features:
  • Over 9,000 lakes with depth contours (Over 3,000 lakes with 1- to 3-foot contours)
  • All of the lower 48 states on a single card
  • Compatible with all Lowrance HDS units, Elite, Elite Ti, Hook & Mark HDI/CHIRP, Simrad GO,NSS, NSE & NSO, and B&G Vulcan & Zeus chartplotters
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