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  • Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series
  • Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series
  • Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series
  • Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series
  • Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series
  • Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series

Sounder Cover - Garmin Echomap 9x Series

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Rusler Protective Sounder Cover


Made for the Garmin 92/93/94/95  (9" screen) Echomap models including UHD and UHD2


Product Information

There are sunhoods for Sounders on the market, but these do nothing to protect your valuable electronics. Take the step up and maximise the life and re-sale value of your expensive Fish Finder/Sounder!


Your Fish Finder/Sounder is your eyes on the sea bottom -and your navigator. Saltwater can penerate these units through normal usage, as the positioning on a jetski or open boat puts them directly in the path of spray and waves.


Fish Finder/Sounders that are removeable are particularly at risk of saltwater intrusion on the mount /base/ cradle's electronic terminals. These covers are designed to keep as much water as possible off the unit and out of direct sun, protecting your expensive hi-tech equipment from the ravages of sun and saltwater.


Made from a waterproof** synthetic canvas, the Rusler Protective cover from Jetcast wraps around your Fish Finder/Sounder for a comfortable snug fit that also protects the electronic connectors. The cover also features a stainless steel wire infused visor, and side panes for strength and shape adjustment. The generous size of the visor peak provides maximum shade protection against sun strike making optimum screen viewing from all angles all day long.  The velcro straps afford an adjustable tightening system for added security.


Available  in Black or Blue. Please choose your colour choice when adding to cart!


How to fit your sounder cover:

Watch Rodney "Rokkit Kit" Pacitti fit a Rusler cover to his  12" sounder :



**Please note these covers do not make your sounder “waterproof”! They do however go a long way to reducing the chance of saltwater spray or splash making it onto the sounder unit. No warranty is implied or given for the electronic unit when using the covers.**




  • Fitting:  Rusler Protector Covers (RPC) for Fishfinders/Sounders are custom made from an acrylic waterproof canvas to the dimensions and specification of the make and model provided when ordering. It is important to note the RPC is designed to fit UNDER & INSIDE the mounting bracket of your unit.

    The RPC are designed to provide Sun strike protection against the screen by way of the visor peak and overlapping side panels. The depth of the back panel is to protect the terminal connectors against water penetration . We have infused a stainless steel wire into the visor for strength and minor adjustments, and the back panel has a drawstring with a clamping toggle to ensure a tight fit. The underneath velcro straps add further support for a secure fit..


    Watch Rokkit Kit fit a Rusler Sounder Cover to his 12" Sounder here:

    1. Remove your Sounder unit from the mounting bracket and fit the RPC over the unit with the velcro straps firmly in place.

    2. Mark where the side mounting screws are located on the side panels of the RPC

    3. Burn holes in these locations using a red hot nail, soldering iron, or punch a hole with a sharp tool. The hot tools also seal the waterproof canvas fabric against fraying

    4. Reassemble the RPC onto the mounting bracket by way of the side mounting screw lining up with the designated burnt holes ;

    5. Secure a tight fit with the underneath velcro straps and finally the rear drawstring toggle.

    Care After use always wash the cover in fresh water. When storing the watercraft, unfasten the velcro adjustments on the bottom of the Sounder screen and loosen the drawstring tab to allow air to circulate around the Sounder.  The cover will have a longer life if stored out of direct sun.

    Before Usage As part of your pre-launch checks, fasten the velcro tabs and the drawstring, and check that the sounder is firmly connected to it's cradle (if removable), and that the tilt adjusting thumbscrews on either side are tight.

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