First Wireless Fish Finder Wrist Watch

Humminbird’s SmartCast Fish Finder Watch has been out for a while, and I’ve written about it before. But here is another link to it since a new weblog called Wrist Dreams has found out about it as well. They also highlight some other watches for marine use.
“The sensor reads water depth up to 100′ with a 90� sonar beam to find the sport where fish hide. All controls are operated from the one-touch wrist unit, including the fish proximity alarm, sensitivity level, depth range, and fish identifier. The remote sensor provides 400 hours of continuous usage, and automatically shuts off after it is removed from water to conserve battery life.”
(Humminbird’s Smartcast at Amazon.com)

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