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Vexilar FLX-28 Ultrapack Case W/ Proview

Item# 252-UP28PV-AF | Model# UP28PV | Added on November 30, 2015 |
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Vexilar FLX-28 Ultrapack Case W/ Proview
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Vexilars ultimate sonar for ice fishing, the FLX-28 Ultrapack includes all the essential electronic equipment an angler needs. Brushless data-transfer technology around the center of the LED flasher for digital depth reading. Auto ranging in 5-ft. increments starting at 10 ft. and going to 300 ft. lets you know exactly how deep youre fishing. Crystal-clear 525 lines of resolution with a five-color palate selection lets you distinguish whats under the ice. A unique weed mode eliminates confusion by letting you see your presentation and more easily distinguish fish from cover. 1/4 target acquisition lets you see the bait drop onto their nose. With two zoom zones you can focus and hone in on the depth fish are biting. Day and night display settings wont strain your eyes no matter the light conditions. A low-power option for fishing shallow water quiets the transducer to eliminate spooking fish. 20 interference rejection settings wont catch the signal from other sonar units, eliminating distortion. Enclosed 12-volt, 9-amp-hour battery powers the unit efficiently for days of fishing use. No need to disconnect the battery for charging with readily available charging posts. Master power switch and battery-status readout on the unit bracket helps conserve power. The brackets high profile places the flasher at an easily adjustable, user-friendly angle. Handle holds the transducer float. Adjustable rod holder fits on either side of the bracket. Pre-drilled holes for optional ... read more
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