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New version DNG jigger launched at IceFish

A new version of the DNG jigging reel from DNG in Akureyri is being introduced at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition & Awards 2017.

The new product maintains all the features of the c6000i Jigging Reel which has been in use since 1995 and is well known to fishermen in many countries. The new version introduces many new and advanced features that touch on the user interface, efficiency and interoperability.

The reel sports a new colour display with higher resolution and clear presentation. The pages of the user interface have been simplified and an enhanced keyboard makes it easier to switch between pages and settings. New advanced high-resolution encoder for the motor control utilises a powerful microprocessor that operates ten times faster.

New technology such as Wi-Fi for wireless networking, Bluetooth that enables new remote service options around the globe, GPS technology to detect drift and advanced motion sensors that analyse the sea state take this new version to the forefront of technology. The high frequency sound has been eliminated and the sensors and wireless technology can be utilised for theft protection.

DNG invites visitors to stand C20 at the Icelandic Fisheries & Awards 2017.

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