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Furuno FCV587 Review

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Furuno is a company that designs and produces marine electronics and global positioning systems (GPS), as well as other high-tech products. One of these products is the Furuno FCV587 Fish Finder, which has 600W/1kW Power, an 8.4-inch LCD in color, and Bottom Discrimination capability. This is an exemplary product, adapted

Furuno GP1870F Color GPS Chartplotter Combo

Furuno GP1870F Review

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Furuno has been a highly regarded brand since the 1930s, when the company was founded. It is among the world’s first producers of fish finders. Furuno produces a variety of marine electronics as well as global positioning systems (GPS). The company is based in Japan but is an international business,

Furuno GP1670f Review

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2.3/5

The Furuno GP1670F represents the entry-level offering of Furuno’s fishfinder/chart plotter combo systems. It offers a lot of the advanced features found in the more expensive models. The unit is targeted at boaters who want the combination of accurate GPS/WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) performance and enhanced chart plotting and fish finding capabilities.

Furuno LS6100

The Furuno LS6100 has been proving itself a viable performer as a member of the Furuno fishfinder lineup for nearly a decade. As an entry level 300-watt dual frequency monochrome fishfinder this unit has been a reliable fishfinder even as it faced newer competition. I reviewed this Furuno fishfinder several

Furuno GP-700F Review

The Furuno GP7000F is a standalone chartplotter fishfinder, it comes equipped with an external GPS antenna, an integral sounder, and a dual-frequency transducer. The display unit measures just over 10-inches wide, 6-inches wide, and 5-inches deep. A large plastic mounting bracket ships with the Furuno GP7000. It is fastened with

Furuno FCV627

The Furuno FCV627 dual frequency color fish finder is the latest incarnation of this mid-level Furuno sounder. Like its siblings, it retains a rotary knob for gain control. A top feature found on few recreational fishfinders these days. In our opinion, using a rotary knob to make quick and fine

Furuno FCV620

The Furuno FCV620 dual frequency color fish finder is the smaller sibling of the brawny Furuno FCV582 sounder. Like its big brother it features a rotary knob for gain control. In our opinion, using a rotary knob for making quick and easy fine adjustments to the gain is a necessity

Furuno FCV587

The Furuno FCV587 is the second follow-on fully updated version of the venerable Furuno 582L dual-frequency color sounder to be released by Furuno. This new release fishfinder keeps all the best features of its older siblings while adding more to the mix. Fine-tuning gain as needed for the specific situation

Furuno FCV585

The Furuno FCV585 is a follow-on and updated version of the well-respected Furuno 582L dual-frequency color sounder. This fish finder is one of the few pieces of marine electronics on the market today that still uses a rotary knob for control of certain functions. Fine-tuning the gain control remains a

Furuno FCV-627 Review

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4.4/5

The FCV-627 is a high-performance digital fish finder that is mainly designed for use on small fishing and leisure boats. Furuno has made a name for itself for over five decades as a leading manufacturer of marine electronic equipment, as seen in the high-quality and user-friendly design of the FCV-627.

Furuno LS6100 Review

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The waterproof LS6100 from Furuno is small and compact but carries a lot of muscle for its size. With 2400 watts of peak to peak power, it provides all of the performance needed for fast and accurate identification of fish targets. The 6 inch lcd screen reproduces the sounder findings in gorgeous detail with its 240×320 pixels of resolution. Ten levels of backlight adjustments and five different color palettes provide ample contrast and illumination in high and low light situations.

Furuno LS4100 Review

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5/5

Furuno LS4100 is the little brother to the LS6100 with a slightly smaller screen size, but with all of the power and features to satisfy both entry level and more advanced users. With 2400 watts of peak to peak power, it provides all of the performance needed for fast and accurate identification of fish targets. The 6 inch lcd screen reproduces the sounder findings in gorgeous detail with its 240×320 pixels of resolution. Ten levels of backlight adjustments and five different color palettes provide ample contrast and illumination in high and low light situations.