Minn Kota Ulterra 112 Trolling Motor w/iPilot & Bluetooth - 36V-112lb-60"

Minn Kota Ulterra 112 Trolling Motor w/iPilot & Bluetooth - 36V-112lb-60"
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Ulterra 112 Trolling Motor w/iPilot & Bluetooth - 36V-112lb-60"

With Auto Stow/Deploy and Power Trim, we won't blame you for getting excited about Ulterra™. Especially once you realize it comes with your choice of i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link, a multi-function foot pedal, and Universal Sonar 2. Now were jus't showing off.

Auto Stow/Deploy
Nothing makes fishing easier than Ulterra. Auto Stow/Deploy lets you get your motor in and out of the water using the included i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link remote.
Power Trim
Once your motor's in the water, Power Trim lets you easily adjust the motor depth for changing conditions, using your remote. Ulterra handles the busy work, so you can focus on fishing.
i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link w/New Phone App - Select Models Only
Boat positioning becomes automatic with the redesigned, GPS-powered i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link system. i-Pilot lets you set Spot-Locks, record paths, control speed and steering, and more. Link does all that plus the ability to control your motor from your Humminbird, follow depth contours, and automatically navigate to your favorite spots. Both systems feature reinvented Spot-Lock - the most accurate electronic GPS anchor ever - and have redesigned remotes with larger screens, more options, and Bluetooth technology, so you can connect to your smartphone for quick control of basic functions and easy software updates.
Ulterra Foot Pedal
Ulterra's foot pedal lets you stow, deploy, trim up/down, and activate a Spot-Lock inaddition to speed and steering controls. Includes 18' cord.

Additional Features:
  • Digital Maximizer
  • AutoPilot
  • Push-to-Test Battery Meter
  • Indestructable Composite Shaft
  • Cool, Quiet Power
  • Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
  • 2-Year Warranty
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