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Lowrance StructureScan Review

The Lowrance StructureScan system uses an LSS-1 black box sounder and proprietary transducer to add automated side and down scanning capabilities to HDS-series Lowrance MFDs. A single multifunction transducer provides both side and down scanning capability. Up to 500 watts of power can be sent out by this transducer using

Lowrance StructureScan HD Review

Lowrance StructureScan HD utilizes an LSS-2 black box coupled to a proprietary transducer to add side and down scanning capabilities to certain Lowrance MFDs. A single multifunction transducer provides both side and down scanning capability. Up to 500 watts of power can be sent out by this transducer using one

Lowrance LMS525C DF Review

The Lowrance LMS525C DF is a chartplotter and 500-watt dual frequency fishfinder in one unit. It comes packaged with a transom-mount transducer and LGC-3000 GPS sensor. This unit does have a built-in base map; however for detailed cartography a map card is required. Other models of this machine are available

Lowrance LHR-80 Review

The Lowrance LHR-80 is a floating marine handheld VHF/GPS combo radio and navigator. It features a 12-channel GPS receiver, high capacity lithium battery pack, and large dot matrix display screen. This radio is marine electronics conglomerate Navico’s entry into the handheld radio combo market. I am testing the US version

Lowrance HDS-7 Review

The Lowrance HDS-7 multi-function display we tested was equipped with an internal broadband sounder and internal GPS sensor. The package shipped with an 83/200 kHz transom-mount transducer. It also came preloaded with Lowrance Nautic Insight U.S. Coastal cartography. Other gear included is mounting bracket, operations manual, installation manual, quick start

Lowrance HDS-5 Review

The Lowrance HDS-5 we tested had an internal Broadband Sounder ™, internal GPS receiver, and was preloaded with Lowrance Nautic Insight ™ U.S. Coastal cartography. The HDS-5 package ships with the display unit, mounting bracket, dual-frequency transom-mount transducer, operations manual, installation manual, quick start guide, and a combination NMEA0183 data/power

Lowrance HDS-5 Gen2 Review

The Lowrance HDS-5 Gen2 features an internal Broadband Sounder ™, internal high-sensitivity GPS receiver, and compatibility with the latest black box add-on StuctureScan ™ HD sonar imaging system. This advanced version of the HDS-5 ships with the display unit, mounting bracket, dual-frequency transom-mount transducer, operations manual, installation manual, quick start

Lowrance HDS-10 Review

The Lowrance HDS-10 tested here is a big screen multi-function marine GPS chartplotter and Broadband Sounder ™ combo. It was loaded with Lowrance Nautic Insight ™ U.S. Coastal cartography. The HDS-10 package ships with the display unit, mounting bracket, dual-frequency transom-mount transducer, operations manual, installation manual, quick start guide, and

Lowrance Elite-5 Review

The Lowrance Elite-5 is a combination chartplotter fishfinder that couples a 5-inch display screen, 16-channel GPS with internal antenna, and 500-watt sounder into a single unit. The Elite-5 package ships with the display unit, quick-release mounting bracket, dual-frequency transom-mount transducer, an installation and operation manual. Alternatively, the Elite-5 can be

Lowrance Elite-5 Gold Review

The Lowrance Elite-5 Gold shares the same sharp 5-inch display screen, 16-channel GPS sensor, easy-to-use software interface, and 500-watt internal sounder as the Elite-5. This Lowrance chartplotter fishfinder adds another dimension to the Elite-5 series by shipping with a Navionics chart card in addition to the Elite-5 hardware package which

Lowrance Elite-5 DSI Review

The Lowrance Elite-5 DSI is a combination chartplotter fishfinder that couples a bright 5-inch display screen, 16-channel GPS with internal antenna, onboard U.S. inland and coastal cartography and DownScan Imaging™sounder into a single unit. The Elite-5 DSI package ships with the display unit, a quick-release mounting bracket, a DSI transom-mount

Lowrance HDS

I had high hopes for my Lowrance HDS chartplotter fishfinder. Unfortunately, Lowrance and Navionics seem intent on marketing products that are simply not ready for use. I live in Alaska and fish the south central area, Kenai Peninsula, Cook Inlet, North Gulf Coast, and Prince William Sound. I’ll start with

Lowrance Elite-5 HDI – Review

Rating
2.8/5

The Lowrance Elite-5 HDI features Dual Hybrid Imaging. This is a combination of two technologies, which are Downscan Imaging and Broadband Sounder. These technologies offer fishermen a great view of the water column and everything thats in it. The Broadband Sounder Technology is built into the new skimmer transducer which makes it easy to track lure action and mark fish arches.

Lowrance Elite-7 HDI Review

Rating
2.9/5

For navigators of waterways of the world, Tulsa, Oklahoma based Lowrance introduces its Elite-7 Hybrid Dual Imaging (HDI) series, otherwise known as the Lowrance Elite-7 HDI. This device incorporates GPS capabilities with course plotting to make navigation and on-water pilotage an intuitive and effortless process. Like all electronics of this sort there is a slight learning curve that once over makes using the device a simple process.

Lowrance HDS-7 Gen2 Touch Insight Review

Rating
3/5

The HDS-7 Gen2 Touch Insight from Lowrance is a third generation all-in-one fishfinder, depth sounder and chartplotter. This high-definition system attains very high speeds and is powered by touchscreen control. With the high-definition, 16-color, Super VGA SolarMAX PLUS TFT display, wide-angled views of improved clarity are possible, especially under the glaring sun when the user does not have polarized sunglasses

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