Skip to content

Humminbird Helix 10 Chirp Mega DI+ GPS G3N GPS Fish Finder/Chartplotter - Clear

Item# 252-410880-1-AF | Model# 410880-1 | Added on February 22, 2019 |
Sold by Cabela's
Humminbird Helix 10 Chirp Mega DI+ GPS G3N GPS Fish Finder/Chartplotter - Clear
  • 1. Browse your favorite online stores and deals
  • 2. Click through to shop that store
  • 3. Purchase today, enjoy your points tomorrow
Discover more Online Stores
This is sponsored content featuring SYW's affiliate partner
Master the underwater world like never before with the Humminbird HELIX 10 CHIRP MEGA DI+ GPS G3N GPS Fishfinder/Chartplotter. This robust Humminbird fish finder sports a spacious, vivid 10.1 display for easy viewing of the powerhouse array of technologies. MEGA Down Imaging+ brings unprecedented underwater clarity down to 200 below your boat. Dual Spectrum CHIRP provides long, well-defined fish arches and a clear view of fish-holding structure and the bottom. Powered by the proprietary Low Q CHIRP transducer, Dual Spectrum CHIRP offers 2 ways to search: wide mode for maximum coverage and narrow mode for maximum detail. SwitchFire Sonar lets you take command of how your sonar returns appear. With 2 display modes, you can add or remove detail; account for water depth, temperature, and turbulence; and even watch lure presentations, all at the push of a button. The built-in Humminbird Basemap provides a clear view of underwater terrain and surrounding points of interest, so you can fish and navigate with total confidence. It identifies buoys, day markers, hazards, marinas, contours, depth markers, and much more. It also includes charts of more than 10,000 lakes, plus coastal coverage for the U.S. AutoChart Live creates real-time maps of your fishing spot, with access to patented Humminbird LakeMaster features. Features include map depth contours, bottom hardness, and vegetation. NMEA 2000 Networking connects your HELIX to a NMEA 2000 backbone to gather a complete view of your ... read more
Ratings & Reviews
Member Photos
No photos yet...
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
Questions & Answers (0)
Want to know something? Ask a question