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Lowrance® Releases Link-6 VHF Radio

Jun 1, 2017

Low-profile Fixed Mount Radios are Packed with Features

Tulsa, Okla. – Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, announced today a rugged and dependable Class D digital selective calling (DSC) marine VHF radio – the Lowrance Link-6. The versatile Link-6 is ideal for a variety of boats from small RIBs to larger sportfishing boats.

Providing users easy and intuitive operation, the Link-6 includes a high-quality, high contrast black-on-white display that is clearly visible in bright sunlight. Nighttime visibility has also been optimized, with an inverted white-on-black night mode to reduce light emission and preserve night vision. A rotary dial makes channel selection easy, while large and amply spaced buttons provide quick access to all key functions, even with gloves on. A dedicated Channel 16 key is included on both the radio’s front panel and its four-button fist mic giving boaters instant access to the emergency channel. An integrated Distress button allows automated DSC distress calling.

“Effective communication on the water is the foundation of prudent seamanship,” said Leif Ottosson, CEO, Navico. “Our customers have come to expect all Lowrance products to include intuitive control, reliable operation and rugged dependability – all packed into a stylish and affordable package. Whether just fishing in the shallows or heading offshore, the Link-6 gives anglers the ability to go anywhere with peace of mind.”

Table-top, overhead, or bulkhead installation is easy with an included gimbal bracket. Flush-mount installation is also supported, with an easy front-mount solution.
Lowrance Link-6 VHF Marine Radio $189
Lowrance Link-6 VHF Marine Radio (White) $189

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Apr 25, 2018 02:11 pm
 Posted by  Richard V.

I purchased a link-6 radio. Installed and wired correctly. When GPS is on and radio is on I DO NOT SEE MY LOCATION on radio screen . I thought I should see my way points on the screen. Can anyone help! Rich Verderamo 973-476-1822 thanks for your help

Jul 5, 2018 07:38 pm
 Posted by  Jeff W.

I have a link 6 by Lowrance. Skipped MMSI on start up. Now have a MMSI number. How do I go back and enter it!

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