Jarvis Walker Watersnake Electric Motor VENOM SXW 54

R3,695.00

1 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: JM55229 Categories: , ,

Description

Jarvis Walker Watersnake Electric Motor VENOM SXW 54

The Jarvis Walker Watersnake Electric Motor VENOM SXW 54 motor provides both freshwater and estuary anglers with a versatile range of transom-mount motors that are loaded with clever features.

The 54lb motor each runs a three-blade propeller. All propeller shafts are stainless steel and the props have a weedless design, so you can push the boundaries during your next adventure. The SXW54 runs on 12V battery power and operates with five forward and three reverse speeds. All of which are controlled with the tiller handle throttle.

The compact and stylish new Venom motor head design incorporates a new thicker ergonomic grip for the tiller handle. The new head design also includes a digital voltage meter display, so you can keep track of your battery’s condition. The grips on the alloy transom mount have also been upgraded, making it even easier to attach and secure the motor before you utilize the fast multi-tilt positioning bracket.

The shafts on all Venom SXW motors are an extra-tough composite construction specifically for use in saltwater marine environments. The tiller handles are telescopic for versatility, comfort and control.

At Fishing Pro Shop we suggest this as the ideal power source for the Ark Fishduc inflatable.

Feature List

  • 5 Forward & 3 Reverse speeds
  • Telescopic handle
  • Voltage Meter

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