E70290

Raymarine Wi-Fish Chirp Downvision Sonar Module

Raymarine Wi-Fish Chirp Downvision Sonar Module

Description

The Raymarine Wi-Fish Chirp Downvision Sonar Module lets you rewind and save sonar imagery for sharing with friends online instantly.

Features

  • Black Box Wi-Fish CHIRP DownVision Sonar Module
  • Connect With The Free Wi-Fish Mobile App for iOS and Android Devices
  • Return To The Location Of Favorite Fishing Spots Using The Wi-Fish Augmented Reality Mode And Your Phone's GPS
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$199.99
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Transform your smartphone into a powerful CHIRP DownVision sonar with the Wi-Fish™ wireless sonar. Simply download the free Wi-Fish app and connect to the Wi-Fish module using standard Wi-Fi and you will be streaming real time sonar right to your phone or tablet. The Wi-Fish app also lets you rewind and save sonar imagery for sharing with friends online instantly. iOS or Android smartphone or tablet compatible.

Key Features

  • Pause, zoom and rewind the sonar right on your phone. Save your favorite catch and share with friends online
  • Award winning wide-spectrum CHIRP DownVision sonar Technology for photo-like images, high-speed tracking, and better deep water resolution
  • Ball and scoket tilt swivel mount lets you mount Wi-Fish™ easily on any surface
  • Includes transom mount CHIRP transducer with temperature sensor




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