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Lowrance 000-14285-001 HOOK 5 Fishfinder with SplitShot Transducer, US Inland Maps, CHIRP Sonar, SideScan Imaging, DownScan Imaging & 5" Display

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Lowrance 000-14285-001 HOOK 5 Fishfinder with SplitShot Transducer, US Inland Maps, CHIRP Sonar, SideScan Imaging, DownScan Imaging & 5" Display

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The world’s easiest fishfinder, HOOK² 5 SplitShot offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance® performance, HOOK² 5 features wide-angle, High CHIRP coverage and DownScan Imaging™, plus a built-in, high-detail U.S. map, or worldwide basemap. Just plug it in and fish. Yes, it's that easy. 5-inch SolarMAX™ Display. Automated sonar settings. Easy to find fish with double the sonar coverage of traditional fishfinders. Easiest-to-use menus. Optimized keypad with one-touch access to key features. The world’s easiest fishfinder, HOOK² 5 SplitShot offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance® performance, HOOK² 5 features wide-angle, High CHIRP coverage and DownScan Imaging™, plus a built-in, high-detail U.S. map, or worldwide basemap. Just plug it in and fish. Yes, it's that easy. 5-inch SolarMAX™ Display. Automated sonar settings. Easy to find fish with double the sonar coverage of traditional fishfinders. Easiest-to-use menus. Optimized keypad with one-touch access to key features. Lowrance® Tripleshot™ 3-in-1 sonar with High CHIRP, SideScan and DownScan Imaging™. Built-in, high-detail U.S. map or worldwide basemap. Mapping options include C-MAP®, C-MAP Genesis, Navionics® and more. microSD card slot. Easy front-dash or quick-release bracket mount

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The world’s easiest fishfinder, HOOK² 5 SplitShot offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance® performance, HOOK² 5 features wide-angle, High CHIRP coverage and DownScan Imaging™, plus a built-in, high-detail U.S. map, or worldwide basemap. Just plug it in and fish. Yes, it's that easy. 5-inch SolarMAX™ Display. Automated sonar settings. Easy to find fish with double the sonar coverage of traditional fishfinders. Easiest-to-use menus. Optimized keypad with one-touch access to key features. The world’s easiest fishfinder, HOOK² 5 SplitShot offers simple menus, easy access to key functions and Autotuning sonar. Powered by proven Lowrance® performance, HOOK² 5 features wide-angle, High CHIRP coverage and DownScan Imaging™, plus a built-in, high-detail U.S. map, or worldwide basemap. Just plug it in and fish. Yes, it's that easy. 5-inch SolarMAX™ Display. Automated sonar settings. Easy to find fish with double the sonar coverage of traditional fishfinders. Easiest-to-use menus. Optimized keypad with one-touch access to key features. Lowrance® Tripleshot™ 3-in-1 sonar with High CHIRP, SideScan and DownScan Imaging™. Built-in, high-detail U.S. map or worldwide basemap. Mapping options include C-MAP®, C-MAP Genesis, Navionics® and more. microSD card slot. Easy front-dash or quick-release bracket mount Lowrance 000-14285-001 HOOK 5 Fishfinder with SplitShot Transducer, US Inland Maps, CHIRP Sonar, SideScan Imaging, DownScan Imaging & 5" Display

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Specifications

Brand
Lowrance
Model
000-14285-001
Type
Side Imaging, Fishfinders, Sonar Devices & Accessories
Manufacturer Part Number
000-14285-001
Assembled Product Weight
6.00 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.00 x 7.13 x 7.50 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.4
80 reviews
5 stars
44
4 stars
25
3 stars
8
2 stars
3
1 star
0
Top Positive Review
Much better!
I upgraded from a Lowrance Elite unite and this Hook2 is so much better. Much clearer picture, easy to use and simple.
Top Negative Review
Pros and Cons
I've had this unit (Hook2 5 w/ Split-shot transducer) for about a month. Here are what I consider improvements from my old Hook 4 unit: + The maps are much better. I fish in Southern California and there are multiple MPAs that we need to be aware of. The newer maps have these marked out so I didn't have to input their coordinates with waypoints. + I like the larger screen so having half of it dedicated to charts and half dedicated to the FF works fairly well. + The UI in general is easier to use. However, it is very different from my old unit so I needed to learn how to do some of the functions I could do blindly on my old unit. + The interface cables (power and sonar) are smaller and do not need to be screwed in. I believe this makes them more waterproof, but I can't be certain. + The display is easier to read in bright sunlight. Here are points where I believe the product regressed: - The trip calculator is WAY off. I'm a kayak fisherman and I spend several hours on the water at a time. I really want to know how many miles I put in after each trip. The old unit, seems to use the same logic, the menus are similar (if not the same), and after taking a route I've taken for years and know that it's roughly between 8 and 9 nautical miles (depending on current or if I'm fighting a fish etc), this new unit says the same route is between 2 and 3 miles. This is curious because the trail on the map is very accurate. I tried removing the time setting because I have a watch, I'm just interested in the distance traveled. This had no effect. I spoke with customer service and received and email that suggested I do a soft reset of the unit. I tried this and it didn't fix the issue. - When you go to the trail editor, it doesn't provide any statistics on the trails you've created. It would be really nice if they could provide data such as how long a given trail is, when it was created, how many waypoints were created on the trail, etc. - When you go into the menu that provides tide data, you get stuck until it can read the tides. This is painful because you have to go past this setting to go to the "info" section so this is never fast. - The depth reporting is less accurate than my old Hook 4. Fishing in La Jolla you'll traverse some very deep canyons and the unit just blinks if you get into more than 200 feet of water. This is annoying, but not a show stopper because I usually don't fish those deep spots. - The boot time on this unit is just as slow as the older unit. I don't understand why this takes so long. I'm a software engineer who works in wireless technologies such as GPS and other communication protocols. I know to fix the problems I mentioned should be relatively easy. If these were addressed, I would give this a much higher rating. I would be happy to discuss with a Lowrance/Navico product engineer or tech.
Top Positive Review
Much better!
I upgraded from a Lowrance Elite unite and this Hook2 is so much better. Much clearer picture, easy to use and simple.
Top Negative Review
Pros and Cons
I've had this unit (Hook2 5 w/ Split-shot transducer) for about a month. Here are what I consider improvements from my old Hook 4 unit: + The maps are much better. I fish in Southern California and there are multiple MPAs that we need to be aware of. The newer maps have these marked out so I didn't have to input their coordinates with waypoints. + I like the larger screen so having half of it dedicated to charts and half dedicated to the FF works fairly well. + The UI in general is easier to use. However, it is very different from my old unit so I needed to learn how to do some of the functions I could do blindly on my old unit. + The interface cables (power and sonar) are smaller and do not need to be screwed in. I believe this makes them more waterproof, but I can't be certain. + The display is easier to read in bright sunlight. Here are points where I believe the product regressed: - The trip calculator is WAY off. I'm a kayak fisherman and I spend several hours on the water at a time. I really want to know how many miles I put in after each trip. The old unit, seems to use the same logic, the menus are similar (if not the same), and after taking a route I've taken for years and know that it's roughly between 8 and 9 nautical miles (depending on current or if I'm fighting a fish etc), this new unit says the same route is between 2 and 3 miles. This is curious because the trail on the map is very accurate. I tried removing the time setting because I have a watch, I'm just interested in the distance traveled. This had no effect. I spoke with customer service and received and email that suggested I do a soft reset of the unit. I tried this and it didn't fix the issue. - When you go to the trail editor, it doesn't provide any statistics on the trails you've created. It would be really nice if they could provide data such as how long a given trail is, when it was created, how many waypoints were created on the trail, etc. - When you go into the menu that provides tide data, you get stuck until it can read the tides. This is painful because you have to go past this setting to go to the "info" section so this is never fast. - The depth reporting is less accurate than my old Hook 4. Fishing in La Jolla you'll traverse some very deep canyons and the unit just blinks if you get into more than 200 feet of water. This is annoying, but not a show stopper because I usually don't fish those deep spots. - The boot time on this unit is just as slow as the older unit. I don't understand why this takes so long. I'm a software engineer who works in wireless technologies such as GPS and other communication protocols. I know to fix the problems I mentioned should be relatively easy. If these were addressed, I would give this a much higher rating. I would be happy to discuss with a Lowrance/Navico product engineer or tech.
1-5 of 80 reviews

Much better!

I upgraded from a Lowrance Elite unite and this Hook2 is so much better. Much clearer picture, easy to use and simple.

Awesome FF for the kayak

This finder does everything I need it to and more. This my 3rd Lowrance and I've never had any issues. Easy connections, easy to use

Awesome product for the price

Product does have good versatility with a nice screen.

Great unit for anglers on a budget

As a budget angler i am always looking for good deals on everything fishing including electronics. I fish a lot of small electric only lakes that tend to get a lot of pressure, that being said i knew i had to do something to gain an edge. I got the 5in Hook2 and i will admit, i was a little skeptic about a smaller unit but turns out size doesn't matter. I was very impressed with the easy operation and clarity of the screen. Basicly, turn it on and fish. These smaller units have came along ways since the Eagle Cuda days and I recommend the Hook2 to anyone looking to purchase a sold unit at a great price.

Good product

I purchased this unit in February and it is a ok unit for the price. The fact you just turn it on and you don't have to do anything is nice. If you want to get the most out of the unit there is a learning curve. And some of the settings are not discussed in the instructions. I had google the information. And about three months in it stopped reading the water temp.
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