The Vexilar FLX-12 Flasher is ready for the ice right from the box. This Vexilar flasher features an Ice Pro carry case that is designed to fit inside a five-gallon bucket for safe transportation. For power, this Vexilar flasher operates with a 12-volt 9-amp and fully automatic digital charger. With flat-screen and new LEDs, the FLX-12 Vexilar provides a wide viewing angle and brighter, sharper display. For longer use, you can operate the flasher in low power mode, which also allows you to fish in extremely shallow water with great target resolution. This Vexilar sonar flasher offers a larger depth range from five feet to 120 feet, and the night mode enables for easier viewing in low light conditions. For a sonar flasher to use while ice fishing or on open water, try the Vexilar FLX-12 Flasher.
Night viewing mode
FLX-12 sonar flasher
Operates in low power mode
Alerts when the battery is low
Low-power-range option at 20 ft.
Flat-screen with wide viewing angle
New LEDs deliver a 20% brighter and sharper display
Simple-to-operate system only requires two control knobs
Matching sonar technology ensures maximum sonar longevity
12-degree ice transducer with float and stopper system for accurate readings
Power Saving Technology increases flasher usage on a single battery charge by 30%
Super-bright, 3-color LEDs shoe difference in targets: Red (strong), Orange (medium), Green (weak)
Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Frequency: 200 kHz
Target Separation: 1 in.
Resolution: 525 segments
Display Type: 3-color LED
Current Draw: 175 mA @ 12V
Peak-to-Peak Power: 1,000 watts
Interference Rejection Settings: 20
Dimensions: 4.8" H x 6" W x 2.4" D
2-year manufacturer's limited warranty
Operating Voltage: 10.5 to 15V (12 volts nominal)
Depth of Range: 20 ft. (low power), 40 ft., 60 ft., 80 ft., 120 ft.
Vexilar 12V 9-amp battery
Functional carry case fits inside a 5-gallon bucket
I did a lot of research before purchasing the vexilar. I looked at different brands and liked the FLX-12 the most for my fishing needs. There isn’t anything that I can say I dislike about it. I would recommend buying a carry case to protect your investment. Best bang for your buck!