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Recent reviews for this item:
Tom, June 26, 2012 I was disappointed with the lack of performance loading
maps, zooming, panning and especially regenerating the
screen – very sad to have to wait for the next section of
map to show up. I am also very disappointed that there
isn’t a Find feature. You can’t sit in your driveway, and
check out tomorrow’s fishing hole without a great deal of
panning and zooming. Wouldn’t it ever be nice to hit
search, use a touch screen to enter your favourite lake and
then voila, check out tomorrow’s weed line. No such luck.
If you had a lake app on your I-phone you could do it in a
flash. Lowrance could do some work on the menus, like maybe
and exit on all screens. Today, touch screens, processors
and ram are cheap and I would expect this equipment to
parallel available technology. You have to push really hard
on the keys to select items. The DSI is cool, but in 2
years I have never seen anything other than bottom and
possibly bait fish. On the up side, I see bottom very
clearly but have to work between the two frequencies a lot
depending on depth and clarity. I do not have any issues
with seeing depth and bottom if the boat is riding flat
side to side right up to my full speed of 35mph. If you are
having issues relocate your transducer. I will buy a
traditional depth finder for the bow of my boat not a DSI.
If I could send a message to Lowrance, hire someone to look
at all available technology and incorporate it in your next
line of fish finders. Lastly, GPSCity is a great place to
see details and select product.
Vince, September 15, 2011 My unit did not come with instruction manual. Showed constant
interference from downriggers in trolling situations. Great
GPS unit once I figured out the menu controls and otherwise
lost in thick inland fog in BC Ocean. Depth contour in Sonar
mode good with many color choices for the display. Unit
flashes when over 300 ft deep. Unit constantly flashed
inacurrate depth while travelling over 10 MPH. A fairly
decent entry level GPS /Fishfinder Combo with included
Navionics Gold for BC Westcoast charting with accurate Depth
Bud, September 1, 2011 The maps are good, a little slow to load and the fish
finder is really only good for showing the bottom not fish
Dave, August 9, 2011 I installed this unit in June and disappointed in the
product for the price. Set up is complicated, Chart
depths/detail are too small to easily read, No fish finder
capability. Online manual only which offers very little
detail. Many low tech users cannot even find the supplied
micro chip card. My screen has a purple haze in it. Does not
compare to my Son's Garmin at much lower price. DSI is
highly overrated. Boat symbol (location) on the chart is not
very visible. Chip does contain many inland Ont lakes as
well as Great Lakes & North Channel. Screen size is nice.