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Minn Kota PowerDrive 70 Trolling Motor w/Bluetooth - 24V-70lb-54"

Minn Kota PowerDrive 70 Trolling Motor w/Bluetooth - 24V-70lb-54"
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PowerDrive 70 Trolling Motor w/Bluetooth - 24V-70lb-54"

ALWAYS DRIVEN.
An updated mount with the same attitude. We rebuilt PowerDrive to make it tougher and sleeker, but it's gonna keep doing what it's always done: show up to the launch ramp, day after day, with big-time technology, trusted power, and easy operation.

Redesigned Mount & Aesthetics
PowerDrive has been redesigned with updated technology, and remodeled to handle the workload that goesalong with it - giving you a stronger mount and bigger brains in a sleeker package.
Updated i-Pilot - Select Models
Boat positioning becomes automatic with the revolutionary, GPS-powered i-Pilot. Set Spot-Locks,record paths, control speed and steering, and more, all on a redesigned remote that has a 33% larger screen,and the ability to communicate via Bluetooth. Updated i-Pilot puts more options and easier operationat your fingertips, including reinvented Spot-Lock - the most accurate electronic GPS anchor ever.
i-Pilot Phone App - Select i-Pilot Models
Bluetooth communication allows new i-Pilot to pair with your smartphone, allowing for easy software updatesand quick command of speed, steering, Spot-Lock, high speed bypass, and Advanced AutoPilot.
Deploy-Assist Lever
The PowerDrive Deploy-Assist lever lets you get in and out of the water without breaking a sweat. Depress the lever to deploy. And when it's time to move, it stows easily and securely.
Redesigned Foot Pedal
Control speed, steering, and momentary and constant on/off with the newly redesigned, robust foot pedal. Includes 18' cord.

Additional Features:
  • Digital Maximizer
  • Universal Sonar 2 (select models)
  • AutoPilot (select models)
  • Push-to-Test Battery Meter
  • Indestructible Composite Shaft
  • Cool, Quiet Power
  • Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
  • 2-Year Warranty
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Minn Kota PowerDrive 70 Trolling Motor w/Bluetooth - 24V-70lb-54" 1358732 MINN KOTA POWERDRIVE 70_BT 24V 70LB 54"
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