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Humminbird 407860-1 HDR650 Digital Depth Gauge (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Large, easy to read display
- Fits standard 2-1/8-Inch gauge hole
- includes transom mount transducer
- Digital depth readings
- White and black face plates and bezels included
- 600ft depth capability
- Mounting hardware included
- Sealed, water-proof design
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- Size (LWH): 15.1 inches, 8.5 inches, 7.3 inches
- Weight: 1.55 pounds
Top Customer Reviews
Instal of the display was fairly easy though tough to reach and splice wires in the cramped space I had to work with. I used a crimp-on "vampire" tap for the red wire and was able to get the black wire to the bus.
Seems to read pretty accurately.
Display is backlit so you can see it in the dark.
Length of transucer cable just barely allowed me to get the cable run to my console at a little past mid ship.
Unit does not seem to want to display at speeds over 30mph or so. Starts flashing and locks at one depth until you slow down. This may be due to placement of the transducer vs. water turbulence at the rear of the boat I'm not sure.
Difficult to read the lcd display from different angles, you have to pretty much be right in front of it. This isnt a huge deal but still worth mentioning.
Overall, this is a very good, basic depth sounder. I am happy with it so far.
I also recently installed the same depth gauge in my new boat, a 27' 1997 Four Winns Vista. I was concerned that because the boat was newer and larger, it might have a thicker hull and the transducer would have problems shooting through. Well, again I was pleasantly surprised that it works GREAT! I used the same epoxy I used last fall on my old boat.
The depth finder comes with the transducer that you can transom mount or glue it in the hull and three different colored face rings, if you are installing the gauge outside the dash panel. You also get a white and black peel and stick face for the gauge, so it will match the rest of your existing gauges.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to install and works great with Humminbird XFM 9 20 Plastic Flush-Mount Thru-Hull Transducer. Smaller footprint than my previous gauge but I worked it out ...Published 1 month ago by Gregg
DOES THE JOB WELL. EASY TO INSTALL. SO FAR SO GOOD AFTER A COUPLE YEARS.Published 6 months ago by J. Paul
Really good product. I use it on my cruising sailboat and I am very pleased. I only need to know how deep the water is !Published 9 months ago by Capt Dave
It works very well. Good price and delivery. Instructions were easy to use. I attached it to the bottom of the boat inside in the back.Published 10 months ago by Robert Bethke
Has not worked well for me. could be because I mounted the transducer in the bilge rather than compromise the fiberglass transom seal and take a chance on rotting my transom but... Read morePublished 10 months ago by B. Spencer