iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fishfinder


iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fishfinder

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Product Description

iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fishfinder.

  • Sonar down to 135′ Depth scale, Fish depth, 2 Fish Sizes
  • Bluetooth & Waterbed contour mapping up to 100′ away
  • GPS Tags Hotspots Trip Log date, time, location, title, conditions, type of fishing, lure, # of fish caught/species, Map
  • Lunar Calendar Weather (temp, rain, wind & barometer) Water Temp LED Beacon Fish & Strike Alarm
  • Rechargeable Battery; up to 8 hrs on a charge Battery Status
  • Refer the manual below under the product description for installation instructions and trouble shooting steps about the product use

1 review for iBobber Castable Bluetooth Smart Fishfinder

  1. :

    Great for the bank fisherman, or checking banks where the boat can’t go.
    By tshula53 on February 24, 2015
    I purchased the iBobber in July, 2014 and I am extremely happy with it. I don’t own a boat and I do a lot of bank fishing. The iBobber helps me find fish when they are there, and perhaps more importantly tells me if there are NO fish where I am fishing. Then I know not to waste my time there. It is easy to cast and I have not had any issues with syncing the unit to my iPhone 5.

    There have been some issues, and I have received a couple of replacement units as a result. The customer service is outstanding. Unless I email on the weekend, I always receive a response from Alex in well under 24 hours, usually the same day. They clearly want all of their customers to be happy.

    I read all of the reviews on Amazon prior to mine, and I experienced some of the same issues described there. ReelSonar customer service addressed each of them, and replaced the unit if they felt necessary. They also offered to refund the price of the unit, even though I did not purchase it directly from them.

    Regarding all of the comments about sync issues, I first thought the unit wasn’t syncing until I read in the instructions “bluetooth ball continues to spin” , even though the display says “Connected”. We are used to seeing the little ball go away, but in this case it doesn’t mean the device is not connected.

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