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Furuno NavNet TZtouch3

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Go on a POWER TRIP with the most powerful MFD series available.

We listened to you and worked tirelessly to make TZtouch3 the easiest MFD on the market to use... bar none. With edge-swipe features and single tap menu options, you’re never more than a tap or swipe away from what you want to see or do. It’s that simple.

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You will find them in every harbor around the world. Everyday people who refuse to be constrained by how far they can see. The ones who go all in, because of their love for being on the water. They’ve inspired us to build a Chart Plotter that is not inhibited by standard features. Rather, we’ve created a Chart Plotter with speed & performance that allows you to pursue what thrills you... on any course you choose.

Key Features:

  • More powerful quad-core processor for lightning-fast response
  • Built-in Dual Channel 1kW TruEcho CHIRP™ & CW Fish Finder
  • High-power 2/3/5kW* TruEcho CHIRP™ Fish Finder network amp
  • Power-packed 100W & 200W NXT Solid-State Doppler Radars
  • Deep water Multi-Beam Sonar for up to 300m depth & 200m side scan
  • Large 19” and 16” multi-touch IPS display for maximum brightness
  • Hybrid 12” display with RotoKey™ and buttons for added accessibility
  • PIN Code Lock - require a password to access your TZtouch3 upon startup

    *5kW requires BT-5 Booster.
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Available Options:

  • Hybrid 12” display with RotoKey™ and buttons for added accessibility
  • Large 19” and 16” multi-touch IPS display for maximum viewability
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