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MotorGuide VariMAX HT Freshwater Transom-Mount Trolling Motor

Key Features

  • Precise variable speed control

  • Long-lasting battery life

  • Easy to adjust for repositioning

Our Price   $249.99 - $394.99
  • Additional discounts do not apply.
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ItemRatingModel #Max. ThrustVoltsShaft LengthSpeedsPriceQty
94840 V40 HT 30"40 lbs.1230"Variable $249.99
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94841 V40 HT 36"40 lbs.1236"Variable $259.99
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94842 V45 HT 36"45 lbs.1236"Variable $269.99
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94843 V45 HT 42"45 lbs.1242"Variable $279.99
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94844 V55 HT 36"55 lbs.1236"Variable $324.99
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94845 V55 HT 42"55 lbs.1242"Variable $334.99
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94846 V75 HT 42"75 lbs.2442"Variable $394.99
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Product Description
motorguide VariMAX boasts best-in-class run time and precise variable speed control, so you can stay on the water longer. Perfect for casual pontoon rides to all-day fishing trips, VariMAX delivers over 3x the battery life of traditional 5-speed motors. It makes you a more versatile fisherman with its wide range of speed options, and it's one of the quietest motors out there. Check your BluVis display to monitor speed and battery voltage. Then, hit the water with the confidence that comes with owning what is perhaps the most durable trolling motor ever. Large diameter 1.25" aluminum shaft for greater strength and durability. With extendable tri-lobe, soft-touch handle, you set the length for the perfect feel and control. Easy to adjust with a simple Allen wrench, the VariMAX's head can be repositioned for use on the bow, transom, or even the side of your boat.