Lowrance iFinder Pro

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Create detailed maps, then follow them with this quality GPS. It's loaded with easy-to-use features. Whether you're an old salt or a landlubber, this GPS is ideal for exploring the coastline or discovering a new stretch of highway. Plus package includes MapCreate™ mapping software, one MMC/SD memory card, MMC/SD card reader with USB connector for making custom maps. Digital slot accepts SD/MMC digital media cards to record and playback GPS trip details and load high-detail charts. Preloaded continental U.S. and Hawaii maps show cities, roads, interstate exit services, lakes, rivers and detailed shoreline for coastal navigation. Internal 12-channel WAAS-enabled receiver supplies a reliable satellite lock. Large, sunlight-readable display features 16-level grayscale shading for sharp graphic detail. Internal memory stores up to 99 routes, 1,000 waypoints and 1,000 event markers; select from 42 graphic icons to personalize waypoints. View display with 39 different map ranges; from 0.02 to 4,000 miles. Spare your batteries with the 12-volt adapter that allows the unit to run off your car's or boat's battery. Two AA batteries (sold separately) supply up to 12 hours of normal operation; back-up memory keeps data safe. For protection on the water, the iFinder Pro® can be operated from inside its waterproof aqua bag (included). Closeout.


Lowrance iFinder Pro

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The Lowrance iFinder Pro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 3, 2006 at REI.

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