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The FOXPRO SPITFIRE is our most economical remote controlled digital game call. The SPITFIRE combines a variety of popular features at a great
low price. Featuring 24 high quality FOXPRO sounds and the TX-24 transmitter, the SPITFIRE makes a great choice for folks on a budget.
- External Speaker Jack for connecting an additional speaker to the SPITFIRE for more volume.
- Internal Speaker "On/Off" Switch allows you to turn your internal speaker on or off.
- Pilot Lamp/Low Battery Indicator glows green while on, blinks when batteries are getting low.
- Tripod Mount located on the bottom of the unit.
- Made in the USA!
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Overall Customer Rating: 5.0 stars
(5 Stars) Reviewer:
Joseph in Columbus, MTComments:
As a rookie in the predator hunting field I bought a Flextone Echo eR-1 model from Cabela's for about $50 less than this one. They had rechargable batteries and a remote that used a cell phone shaped battery. I didn't works I returned it for this one.
Uses less "AA" only 4 and a 9V Akaline one for the remote. It worked right from the get go. My Australian Shepard pup thought it was the real deal as did a new proud Muley doe that just had her fawn the other day. She thought it was a real deal at dask tonight too.
Maybe MADE in the USA finally meas something as the reviews for the Flextone products were 50/50, some units worked, most of the speakers were too quiet, and 1/2 never worked. So much for quality control in China.
Now it's up to me to learn more about predator hunting the coyotes that started coing into my area recently and I lived her sine '06.
The only thing that spoiled one of my past Spring Turkey seasons was a lynx with twins and probably her male mate. This year it appears the coyote continued with the absence of those ghosts of the forest even after out terrible cold and snowy start of the season for a week or so.
Will be doing lost of reseach about hunting coyotes now.
Negative, they don't mention how far away you can use the remote. The handhled thing is so light weigh, but I wish they included a carry strap, but you won't notice it in your back pack I betcha. The remote weighs more I think. So that will be trial and error.
The instructions for complex computer things aren't my cup of tea. I'm not that good with the computers so I'm keeping it simple for right now.
Positive: Worked right away. Speaker at top volumne level 5 is loud.
My hearing isn't that good so I rely on my pup to tell me it's working.