Tulsa, Oklahoma-based marine electronics manufacturer, Lowrance, has expanded its Elite Ti standalone series of fishfinder/chartplotters, now offering a pair of larger widescreen displays. The new Lowrance Elite-12 Ti (12-inch) and Elite-9 Ti (nine-inch) join the existing Elite-5 Ti (five-inch) and Elite-7 Ti(seven-inch) models that were launched in early 2016.
“With the addition of our new 12- and nine-inch fishfinder/chartplotters, we are adding even more value to the Elite-Ti family,” says Leif Ottosson, CEO, Navico. “We are confident our customers will be excited about the premium features and affordability of these new widescreen displays.”
The Elite Ti series features numerous advanced functions appreciated by Canadian anglers such as Bluetooth and wireless connectivity, Lowrance navigation technology, and high-performance sonar (including CHIRP, Broadband Sounder, and StructureScan HD with SideScan and DownScan Imaging).
The units feature a highly accurate, built-in GPS antenna that displays position on a detailed C-MAP Insight map, with more than 3,000 lakes and rivers and detailed coastal contours to 1,000 feet. Optional chart upgrades include Lake Insight HD by C-MAP, C-MAP MAX-N, Navionics HotMaps Premium, Navionics+ and Fishing Hotspots PRO.
The Elite-9 Ti carries an initial MSRP of US $849 for the non-transducer version and US $999 for the Med/High TotalScan version. The larger Elite-12 will retail for US $1,849 for the non-transducer model and US $1,999 for the Med/High TotalScan unit.
Both the Elite-12 Ti and Elite-9 Ti are expected to be available in March.