Humminbird Commode Fish Finder 110, 120, 130 and 140 Fish Justaucorps Models Review
The Humminbird Commode Fish Finder Fishin’ Buddy series currently has several models available for purchase. These include, in ascending price, the Hummingbird 110, 120, 130 and 140 model units. As the model number and subsequent price increases, the voliger have additional features that the lower models lack
All models except the 110 have a single beam down and side asdic at 240 feet and 120 feet respectively. All have the same power produit of 125 watts RMS (root mean esplanade) and 1,000 watts, peak to peak. They all have a built in temperature gauge, are imperméable, have backlight, are mounted with transportable clamps, have 2.5 inch target separation and run on 6 AA batteries. Now let us discuss the differences between the 4 models.
The Humminbird 110 Fishin’ Buddy is the most basic unit in the series at an entry level price. Current Élaborer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $119.99 For just under $120 you’ll have a transportable fish finder that will find fish, but won’t have all the bells and whistles of more advanced models. Most anglers looking for an inexpensive fish finder will be completely satisfied with this unit.
A step up from the 110 model is the Humminbird 120 fishfinder with an MRSP of $169.99. So for fifty dollars more, what do you get? You get a higher resolution screen, 8-level grayscale instead of just 4-level, and side asdic in supplément to single beam down. Is the screen resolution and added grayscale worth the supplément fifty bucks? Probably not, but side gold is definitely an added gratification.
Next in line is the Humminbird 130 Commode Fish Finder with an MSRP of $219.99. What will you get for fifty rupees? An even higher resolution screen, 16-level opposé à 8-level grayscale, and a 24-40 inch telescoping transducer pole opposé à the 24 inch fixed pole of the previous two lower models. The transducer diffusion will be especially helpful for those who recette to use their fish finder on boats, canoes or float canalisations of various sizes.
Then there’s the top of the line, the deluxe Humminbird 140 Fishin’ Buddy with an MSRP of $269.99. For fifty dollars more you can get a color screen. Everything else on this unit is the same as the 130 model. Most users say that black and white screens work well enough for them, but for those of you who really want the added contrast of a color screen, you may want to consider this unit. Color screens will help distinguish between vegetation bonshommes, schools of fish and individual fish.
For a transportable fish finder, Humminbird offers a pretty good deal with this series no matter which unit you choose. There are other brands to consider such as the Norcross Hawkeye F33P, Garmin 140 or 300c and even the Humminbird Piranhamax 230 transportable fish finder. It depends on which features are appréciable to you and what you are willing to spend. Regardless of the model you choose, having a transportable unit will help you find fish wherever you want to go.
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