An impressive fish finder with many features, including Ethernet and Bluetooth, dual SD, and touchscreen. 360 imaging. 12" screen offers crisp views. Significantly less pricey than the brand's top models.
No depth-down imaging or side imaging.
A top-of-the-line model by the brand that features a 15.4" touchscreen with side imaging for wide, vivid views. Sonar reaches 125' in depth-down imaging. Has Bluetooth and Ethernet connectivity. Dual SD.
Extremely expensive, and may not be practical for the average consumer. Has a learning curve to master all of its features and functions.
Offers a 7" screen with images that deliver striking details and colors. Features 360 imaging plus Bluetooth connectivity. Offers real-time mapping on the water. Falls on the middle of the price spectrum.
Single SD memory slot. Fewer capabilities than other models.
5" color display. Features both sonar and GPS in an affordably-priced unit. Produces vivid images. Not difficult to learn to use, even for beginners who are new to using fishfinders.
Fewer features and capabilities than pricier options. Single SD memory slot.
Compact size makes it highly portable. Has DualBeam sonar like the larger, more expensive options. Comes with a mounting unit. Offers 2,400 watts of peak power. Affordable.
Screen is only 4.3", but it offers sharp imaging. Doesn't have all of the fancy features of other models, but if you prefer a compact unit, you probably won't mind.
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