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LOWRANCE FISHFINDER HOOK2 7 SplitShot

   
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Specifications
  • Dimensions: 9.31” W x 3.28” D x 5.64” H
  • High-resolution, SolarMAX 7" (diagonal) display
  • 800 x 480 resolution
  • 200 kHz sonar frequency
  • Autotuning sonar
  • Broadband Sounder, High CHIRP, SideScan and DownScan Imaging™ sonar options
  • Full chartplotter and basic GPS navigation options
  • Preloaded C-MAP US Inland Mapping and C-MAP® US Coastal mapping
  • 1 Year Warranty supported by the Lowrance Service Program
The world's easiest fishfinder, Hook2 7 Splitshot offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance performance, Hook2 7 features wide-angle, High CHIRP coverage and DownScan Imaging, plus a built-in, high detail U.S. map, or worldwide basemap. Just plug it in and fish. Yes it's that easy!

Features:
  • The high-resolution 7" SolarMAX™ screen with sunlight-viewable display presents crisp, clear, easy-view displays in any conditions
  • The Splitshot is a 2-in-1 sonar model that get you Lowrance's traditional high CHIRP sonar plus DownScan Imaging, letting you track baits, mark fish, and identify structure under your boat
  • The autotuning sonar technology gives you the best image by automatically adjusting sonar settings as water conditions change
  • You can see more fish in the water column and cover more water in less time with HOOK2 wide-angle CHIRP, which delivers double the CHIRP sonar coverage of most fishfinders
  • The HOOK2 display is easy and intuitive to use--it has a direct-access keypad that reduces time spent working on settings, keeping you focused on the goal: fishing!
  • The simple and accurate GPS plotter provides basic navigation, as it lets you add waypoints, follow trails and navigate to your favorite fishing spots
  • Easily find areas to fish with the preloaded C-MAP® US Inland mapping and C-MAP® US Coastal mapping that will help you to narrow your search for productive water features like ledges, points or drop-offs with a bird’s eye view of 1-foot contours on more than 3,000 lakes