1363880

Minn Kota EO Electric Outboards

Minn Kota EO Electric Outboards

Description

The Minn Kota EO Electric Outboard provides up to 9 hours of primary propulsion for smaller boats, giving you enough power for a full day of catching your limit.

Features

  • Tilt/Extend Tiller
  • Lever-Lock Bracket
  • Variable Speed Control
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$799.99
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Details

 It's backed up with a rocksolid bracket, battery-boosting Digital Maximizer, and the strength and reliability of the Minn Kota name.

Features:

Lever-Lock Bracket
The 9-position Lever-Lock bracket provides a rock-solid mount, with a quick-release lever lock and durable reinforced composite materials.

Tilt/Extend Tiller
Take hands-on control of EO with the Tilt/Extend tiller, which extends up to 6" and tilts up to 45° for maximumcontrol and comfortable steering. Also tilts downward for easy storage.

Variable Speed Control
EO gives you better boat control with the option to precisely dial in your speed in both forward and reverse.

Digital Maximizer
Digital Maximizer helps you stay on the water up to five times longer on a single charge. This Minn Kota exclusive technology controls the draw of power at variable speeds to conserve your battery and extend your time on the water.

Push-to-Test Battery Meter
Get an instant "state of charge" reading at the push of a button.

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