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Lowrance’s X-factor

by Navico Australia on 30 Sep 2010
Lowrance X series Navico http://www.navico.com
Lowrance’s new X-Series of single and dual-frequency fishfinders deliver the high-performance anglers expect from the brand, albeit in a very affordable package.

The X-4, X-4 Pro and X-4 Portable each feature a full 10.2cm (4') Film SuperTwist™ LED display for easy viewing especially in direct sunlight, with four-level gray scale definition for superior clarity and target definition.

The Lowrance X-Series offers anglers several performance options for a variety of fishing and boating conditions. Equipped with a rugged, low-profile 200kHz Skimmer® transducer, the X-4 delivers a wide, effective fish-detection area of up to 60° with high-sensitivity settings to depths of over 180m.

The X-4 Pro features 83/200kHz dual-frequency operation with up to 120° of fishfinding coverage, while reaching depths of over 300m. Both X-4 models deliver impressive bottom readings at speeds up to 110km/h and feature built-in water-temperature sensors.

The new X-Series models also feature innovative Lowrance sonar technologies including GRAYLINE® for precision separation of fish from nearby structure and the bottom; Advanced Signal Processing (ASP™) that automatically adjusts sonar settings to provide anglers with best picture; and FishTrack™ to display target depth readings above fish symbols.

Ideal for fishfinding use anywhere, the X-4 Portable model sonar and screen features are identical to the X-4. The unit comes with a soft-sided portable kit that includes a battery compartment and Skimmer™ transducer with suction-cup mount.

All Lowrance X-series fishfinders are waterproof to the IPx7 standard and are protected by a one-year limited warranty.

The new Lowrance X-Series will be available from December 2010. RRP starts from AU$149 for the X-4.

www.lowrance.com.au
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