Condor sonars now available

10/02/2012

Boasting a performance previously only available with much more expensive fishfinders, the Condor sonar range has been designed to ensure genuine benefits for anglers in real-life fishing conditions. Following negotiations at the METS Trade Show in November, Advance Trident (ATL) is pleased to have secured distribution for the Condor sonar range for New Zealand.

Blair Geldard, Director of Advance Trident, is excited about the value Condor brings to fishing. “The Condor range is an excellent addition to the ATL product range, filling a gap in our product line-up and catering to kayakers and keen fishing enthusiasts.”

Condor has a full range of echo sounders from a 4” black and white to a 5” colour fishfinder, combining high performance with great value for money and raising the bar in terms of its quality-to-price ratio for a compact fishfinder. Condor is a USA-based company founded by technicians with 20 years of expertise in the world of fishfinders.

The extensive Condor range showcases premium features including exclusive MultiPulse technology (offering amazing depth capability and effective fish detection), exclusive DualCone technology (scanning a wider area below your boat for an unprecedented fish searching capability) and bright, high-contrast screens (up to 16 grey levels or up to 16 bit colour depth and 65536 colours).
 

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