Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder

SKU: HWKPFF MFR: F33P

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About Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder

Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder
The Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder uses 4 AAA alkaline batteries with a 30 hour continuous use life expectancy. Algorithmic programming eliminates false depth reading. Easy touch programming allows one touch access to feature settings. It has soft glow backlighting, for unmatched readability at night. The LCD displays is polarized liquid crystal for better vision. It helps in depict the height of weed, which in turn, helps to find fish in the vegetation, or works great if you like going ice fishing. With a 4 user selectable sensitivity settings, it guarantees to produce even bigger fish stories. The compact palm sized design, is 1.5 In. x 2.8 In. x 4.3 In., with a 1.5 In. x 1.8 In. display dimension, that fits in your pocket or bag. It displays depth, fish and bottom readings from 1.5 ft. to 99.9 ft. on a no glare screen. It has a sonar beam angle of 25 degree and sonar sensor cable that measures 35 ft. in length. The fish finder comes with a storage bag and neck strap, plus a sonar sensor transom. Yes, The Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder will find the fish, now all you have to do, is catch it.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder Features

  • 2 Year Limited Warranty
  • 4 User Selectable Sensitivity Settings
  • Algorithmic Programming Virtually Eliminates False Depth Readings
  • Bottom Landscape Detection
  • Compact, Palm-Sized Design:
  • Height 1.5 in.
  • Width 2.8 in.
  • Length4.3 in.
  • Comprehensive Operation and Installation Manual
  • Depth Increments: 1.2 in.
  • Depth Readings: 1.5 ft. to 99.9 ft.
  • Display Dimensions: 1.5 in. x 1.8 in.
  • Displays Depth, Fish, and Bottom Structure
  • Easy Touch Programming: Allows One-Touch Access to Feature Settings
  • Fits in Tackle Box, Gear Bag, or Even in your Pocket
  • Frequency: 200 kHz
  • Great for Ice Fishing
  • Guaranteed to Produce Bigger Fish Stories
  • Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder
  • LCD Display is Polarized Liquid Crystal
  • LCD Readable in Bright Sun or While Wearing Sunglasses
  • Operational Temperature: 0 to 122 F (-18 to 50 C)
  • Pivoting LCD Protector Rotates 270 Degrees
  • Reads Depths in Feet or Meters
  • Sensor Cable Length: 35 ft.
  • Soft-Glow Backlighting for Unmatched Readability at Night
  • Sonar Beam Angle: 25 Degrees
  • Sonar Float with Rubber Stopper
  • Sonar Sensor Transom/Side Scan Adapter
  • Sonar Sensor with Integrated Harness and Strap
  • Storage Bag and Neck Strap
  • Uses 4 AAA Batteries (not included)
  • Weed ID: Accurately Depicts the Height of Weeds, Helps Find Fish in Vegetation

Hawkeye by Norcross F33P Portable Fish Finder Specifications

Length
1.5"
Width
2.8"
Height
4.3"
Display Length
1.5"
Display Width
1.8"
Depth Range
1.5' To 99.9
Depth Readout Increments
1.2"
Cable Length
35'
Frequency
200 Khz
Beam Angle
25 Degrees
Battery Life
30 Hours
Operating Temperature
0 To 122 F
Power Requirements
4 X Aaa Alkaline Batteries
Display Type
Polarized Liquid Crystal Icon
Lcd Backlighting
Yes
Imperial/Metric
Yes
Transducer/Sonar Sensor Type
Floating, Trollable, Shoot Thru Hull
Weed Id
Accurately Depicts The Height Of Weeds, Helps Find Fish In Vegetation
Selectable Sensitivity Settings
4 Users
Fits In
Tackle Box, Gear Bag, Even In Your Pocket
Bottom Landscape Detection
Yes
Pivoting Lcd Protector Rotates
270 Degrees
Adjustable Neck Strap
Yes
Weight [with packaging]
1.65 lb
Mfr #
SKU
HWKPFF
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Don K  Will casting the transducer as Tom G suggests result in damaging strikes from fish?
Frank L  Not recommended.
Tom G  use it from shore? cast out transducer with fishing rod or what?
GUYLON G  I have never cast it, I taped the transducer cable (at intervals) to a long bamboo pole and held it out over the water where I needed to position it.
Tom G  use it from shore? cast out transducer with fishing rod or what?
GUYLON G  I have never cast it, I taped the transducer cable (at intervals) to a long bamboo pole and held it out over the water where I needed to position it.
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