Assembling the CellBlok using the instructions and hardware provided was simple and straightforward. The only tool needed was a Phillips head screw driver.
The CellBlok has mounting holes that lined up perfectly to the round RAM ball base for the fishfinder and diamond base for the RAM transducer arm.
Groves and holes have been provided to drain water from the inside of the battery compartment.
Transducer cables are easily wrapped around the back of the CellBlok.
A standard 12V fishfinder battery fits perfectly in the CellBlok with just enough room for excess power cable.
Mounting the CellBlok was easy with the provided T-Bolts on the Native Watercraft “Slayer Propel 13”.
Pictured above Lowrance Elite-5 DSI mounted with RAM Quick Release Ball and RAM Transducer arm.
Kayak anglers looking for a self-contained fishfinder and battery solution that can be easily mounted to any kayak with rails should consider the YakAttack CellBlok. Its smart, compact layout is one of the best solutions we have seen. The CellBlok will be available for purchase Monday January 27th 2014.
Update: I've had some questions about wiring the CellBlok. There are not pre-drilled holes for the power cable, so you will have to drill the hole yourself. I choose to drill the hole on the same side as the cable management ties.
How I decided to route my power cable to the battery.