Garmin Striker 7SV Review

By September 16, 2016Sporting Goods


Types Of Sonar: Garmin’s patented scanning sonars, DownVu and SideVu, generate high-quality images of what’s 750 feet below and 750 feet off each side of your boat. Because it uses a CHIRP transducer, the Striker 7SV can send multiple sonar signals, ranging from 50 to 800 kHz, into the water.
Finding And Sharing: Whether you’re fishing off a dock, boat ramp or in the middle of the lake, the Striker 7SV’s built-in GPS marks fishing hot spots so you can return to them later. Users can even share these waypoints, and routes, with other Striker models and compatible echoMAP devices.
Sonar Rewind: This model allows users to rewind through their sonar history, review images and mark waypoints they may have missed or want to track. The Striker 7SV also features scaling graphics, so there won’t be any interruption in your images as you switch between different depth ranges.
Large Display: At six inches wide and nearly four inches tall, the Striker 7SV’s screen is one of the biggest on the market. It has 800×480 display resolution, which makes the advanced sonar clearer and more effective.
Water-Resistant Design: With its IPX7 water rating, the Striker 7SV handles water better than most fish finders on the market. This model stands up to splashes, rain, snow, showering and even water exposure at one meter for up to 30 minutes.

David D.

About David D.

David D. was an all-star athlete in high school and has been passionate about sports his entire life. Long after he hung up his cleats, he shifted focus to the outdoors, becoming a hiking guide and a fishing instructor. If it’s a product that’s used in any type of exercise, he’s probably given it a try at some point.