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Minn Kota I-pilot Remote - Barely Used on


Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
No cosmetic issues.
Brand:Minn Kota

Minn Kota iPilot replacement remote for sale:
For sale is a slightly used Minn Kota iPilot remote.  I used this probably 10 times and then had to have my trolling motor replaced.  So now I'm using the new remote from the new trolling motor and have this one.  I don't need it so I'm selling it.  The remote is in perfect condition, there are no blemishes on it.  You'll just need to pair it with your Minn Kota trolling motor and it will work.  It comes with the lanyard and the little caribiner as shown.  

The remote was stored in a dry box in my boat console so there's nothing wrong with it.  I'll include free shipping within the continental US.  

Happy bidding!

Here's some information from Minn Kota:

i-PILOT REMOTE | MFR #1866350

​Features an LCD screen and ergonomic buttons to control active functions, speed, prop on/off status, battery power and GPS signal strength. Compact, waterproof, floats and has an easy-access battery compartment. i-Pilot Systems can learn multiple remotes for increase flexibility.

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