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Lowrance iFinder Hunt C


Lowrance has also upgraded their iFinder Hunt with a color display giving it the “c” designation. The Lowrance iFinder Hunt C gets an upgraded 16 channel, WAAS capable GPS receiver as well as a new higher resolution screen. This special hunting version comes with a camouflaged case as well as hunting icons.

Other nice functions include an electronic compass, barometric altimeter, as well as weather alerts. The Lowrance iFinder Hunt C also comes with an MP3 music player as well as a microphone which enables you to add voice notes to waypoints you add. Nice!

4 Responses

  1. Purchased Hunt c, read directions turned on and unit will not lock onto any satalites

    earl - August 1st, 2008
  2. If you are outside with an unobstructed view, stationary, and have left it there for 30 minutes or so without a lock— I’d contact Lowrance support.

    Tim - August 1st, 2008
  3. I took my Ifinder hunt+ on a elk hunt worked ok but when I marked a blind that i wanted to come back to I was over 100 feet away from the spot that the gps said it should be it took some time to find this blind. how do I make this more accurte.or can i

    allan - June 26th, 2009
    • A typical GPS will be accurate to within 10 meters (30 feet) 95% of the time. Since you are taking two measurements, they could be 60 feet away (two touching accuracy circles) and still be within the 95% spec. Or… you could have been in an environment with obstructions that would account for an even lower accuracy reading.

      Tim - June 26th, 2009

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