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Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar
The Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar is unique and gives accurate readings in almost any condition. It has 1000 Watt of sonar power. The sonar is waterproof to 200 ft. depth, for diving and under water surveying. Algorithmic programming virtually reduces false depth reading completely. It can give real-time temperature and fish reading from 2.5 ft. to 199 ft. It can detect water or air temperature readout, to the nearest 1/10th degrees. The fish is clearly indicated on the LCD wherever it is hiding. Automatic mode provides continuous updated readings, while the manual mode, allows with one touch of the button to scan an area for readings. The most important feature of the sonar, is that it is buoyant, so it won't sink to the bottom of the ocean. It requires 4 AA batteries to operate. So own the Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar for a better experience.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar Features

  • 1000 Watts of Sonar Power
  • Algorithmic Programming
  • Automatic Mode
  • Continuously Updated Readings
  • Depth & Fish Readings from 2.5 ft. to 199 ft.
  • Fish Indicator
  • Floatable
  • High Impact
  • Manual Mode Allows One-Touch Readings
  • Pinpoints Hiding Fish
  • Reduces False Reading
  • ShootThru Technology Permits Readings Through Ice or Boat Hulls
  • Snorkeling and underwater Surveying
  • SoftGlow Backlit LCD Display
  • Sure-Grip Rubberized Housing
  • Water or Air Temperature Readout to the nearest 1/10th Degrees F or C
  • Waterproof to 200 ft. Depths for Diving

Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar Specifications

Power (Watts)
1000 Watts.
Burn Time (Hours)
200 Ft.
Batteries
4 'Aa' Batteries.
Handle
Lanyard
Depth Rating
200 Ft
Lcd Backlighting
Yes
Floatable
Yes
Weight [with packaging]
1.2 lb
Mfr #
SKU
HWKHHS

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4.0

Great for instant depth readings

By Riza Tech Instructor

from Black Sea Turkiye

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Solid Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • All Diving Applications
    • Cold Water
    • Professional
    • Recreation
    • Warm Water

    Comments about Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar:

    I use the sonar for quick depth readings in commercial and tech diving.
    Very useful , easy to use , good price/quality ratio , robust .
    It will be great if it can measure greater depths.
    (200 ft depth reading is not enough for tech diving )

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    5.0

    Good Depth Gauge & Digital Thermometer

    By DJB

    from Monongahela, PA

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Lightweight
    • Solid Construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • All Diving Applications
      • Cold Water
      • Professional
      • Recreation

      Comments about Hawkeye by Norcross Handheld Digital Sonar:

      The gauge is very easy to use & is very portable.

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      Shopper  will it take readings through ice, for ice fishing?
      DILLON B  no not accurately. Like all sonars it works by reading the reflections back from the object(s) it hits. Ice diffuses and diffracts the beam, causing inconsistent and inaccurate readings. Of course this is dependent on the ice thickness and quality. You can get tolerably accurate readings through about 4 inches of crystal clear ice, but even then take the readings with caution. Best thing would look at a GPS/ and or lake chart. This works great for water depths in all water types and conditions, but through ice... no sonar available on the commercial market will do that.
      pauline R  polar vision strikemaster says it can is this not true
      Shopper  I would like to know if it is possible to create an underwater map by using this sonar? If not, are there any gages that allow me to do so?
      STANLEY S  I think its a wonderful tech item at a very fair price ,Its ability is only linked to your sonar education and your ability to adapt it to your needs. It will not hold your hand and or read your mind, For the price and one more head project for yourself, go for it and let the rest of us know how you did,I purchased it only because I am curious how deep is the bottom under me in clear water ,like in Cozumel 150 Ft vis,I had to get out of the habit of having to go touch the spot and look at my depth gauge,Then say to my self what the hell im sucking air with nothing better to do! Your idea deserves credit!
      DILLON B  Yes it is possible to create a bathymetric map with this item. We regularly do so in the NPS. It is very time and labor intensive and you need a very accurate GPS, preferably a trimble unit. You run a standard grid pattern taking depths and location data. Then using GIS software you plot all your points and depths to create depth contours. The more points you acquire the more accurate your map. A small lake (say 5 acres) takes 2 people about 40 hours to accurately map. Then double that for post processing time.
      Shopper  will it take readings through ice, for ice fishing?
      DILLON B  no not accurately. Like all sonars it works by reading the reflections back from the object(s) it hits. Ice diffuses and diffracts the beam, causing inconsistent and inaccurate readings. Of course this is dependent on the ice thickness and quality. You can get tolerably accurate readings through about 4 inches of crystal clear ice, but even then take the readings with caution. Best thing would look at a GPS/ and or lake chart. This works great for water depths in all water types and conditions, but through ice... no sonar available on the commercial market will do that.
      pauline R  polar vision strikemaster says it can is this not true
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