FIRSTBUILD Launches Steady Scope, The Gyro-stabilized Transducer Mount

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 Mar 28th, 2023 by sworrall 

Modified Mar 28th, 2023 at 11:50 AM

LOUISVILLE, KY.– FirstBuild, the global co-creation community and innovation lab backed by GE Appliances, a Haier Company, is excited to announce the launch of Steady Scope, a gyro-stabilized transducer pole that keeps your fish-finding technology pointing in the direction you’ve set—even when your boat moves. Steady Scope is available to pre-order now through April 11, with early-bird pricing starting at $699. It is expected to begin shipping to buyers in August 2023.

Steady Scope actively adjusts and stabilizes a transducer, holding a heading set by the user, for more time fishing and less time spent adjusting technology. This highly engineered mount for live-imaging systems offers impressive heading hold stabilization and simple controls. Its universal application means it can work for virtually any boat and sonar system for ultimate convenience. “One of our engineers is an avid fisherman who knew there must be a better way to stabilize his fish-finding sonar. Because it was designed by a fisherman for all anglers, Steady Scope solves this major pain point, and  we’re excited to introduce this game-changing tool,” said FirstBuild President André Zdanow.

Steady Scope came to life at FirstBuild through CoCreation between FirstBuild engineers and a growing fishing community, including feedback from nearly 2,000 anglers who applied to beta test and those who were selected, including competition anglers, new-tech experts, and fishing influencers. Steady Scope’s features:

  • Heading hold keeps your transducer pointing in the direction you’ve set—even when your boat moves
  • Universal application works with virtually any brand of fish finder on any boat
  • Superior cord management provides a smooth user experience
  • Designed by a fisherman to be easy to install—plus looks great on any vessel

To purchase Steady Scope or to learn more, please visit our website.

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