Minn Kota Ultrex 80/US2 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60"

Minn Kota Ultrex 80/US2 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60"
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Ultrex 80/US2 Trolling Motor w/i-Pilot Link & Bluetooth - 24V-80lb-60"

Minn Kota's Ultrex gives you the control of a Fortrex®, plus all the capabilities of i-Pilot® or i-Pilot® Link™. Get ultra-responsive, comfortable Power Steering with GPS-powered tools like Spot-Lock, and change the way you fish forever.

Power Steering
The same heel/toe steering you're used to, made easier. Power Steering reduces steering effort and foot fatigue, making Ultrex the smoothest, most responsive motor you've ever driven.
Steering Lock
When you take your foot off Ultrex's foot pedal, the motor head remains pointed in the direction you left it last, withoutrecoil or readjustment.
Reinvented Spot-Lock
Enhanced to be the most accurate electronic GPS anchor ever, Spot-Lock holds you on a spot with unparalleled precision.
Ultrex Foot Pedal w/Spot-Lock Button
Features heel-toe Power Steering and new AutoPilot and Spot-Lock buttons for hands-free navigation and anchoring. Includes 5' cord.
i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link w/New Phone App
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 largerscreens, more options, and Bluetooth technology, so you can connect to your smartphone for quick control of basic functions and easy software updates.
Cuts the weight of stow and deploy in half, making it as easy as lifting your SUV tailgate.
Mono-Arm Design
The solid, one-piece construction of Ultrex's Mono-Arm bracket gives it strength that's unmatched by any other, for less wear, longer life and quieter operation.

Additional Features:
  • Premium, Adjustable Cable & Handle
  • Universal Sonar 2
  • Integrated Battery Meter
  • Advanced AutoPilot
  • Digital Maximizer
  • Indestructible Composite Shaft
  • Cool, Quiet Power
  • Weedless Wedge 2 Prop
  • 2-Year Warranty

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