Lowrance® announces new Link – 6 . A Class D DSC Approved VHF marine radio

Lowrance® is pleased to announce the new Link-6, a Class D DSC Approved VHF marine radio. The Link-6 features a dot white matrix LCD screen with inverted light mode, four backlit mic buttons and an easier front-mount installation with snap on edge bezels.

A replacement for the Link-5 VHF Radio, the Link-6 has a new Startup Wizard for easier radio set up, improved scanning features, a favourites shortcut for customizing your favourite settings and a My Channels list, enabling users to only scan desired channels. Link-6 controls are designed for left-hand operation, allowing for right-hand control of the helm.

Key features:

• High visibility LCD with inverted night mode

• Intuitive rotary and keypad controls

• Four-button fist microphone

• Class D DSC Approved

• Dedicated Channel 16 keys

• Tri-channel watch function

• All international channels

• Multiple scan modes

• Easy bracket or flush-mount installation • Available in black or white

• 2-Year Warranty

The Link-6 carries a RRP of $279 (inc. GST) and is due to be available mid 2017.
For more information, please visit http://www.lowrance.com/en-au/

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