Primos® Motion Predator Decoys - Sit'N Spin Crazy Critter
- Produces erratic movements
- Mimics a wounded rodent or bird
- 360° spinning motion imitates an injured, panicking critter
- Adjusts from superfast to barely moving
The Sit'N Spin Crazy Critter's erratic movements mimic a wounded rodent or bird, and the 360° spinning motion imitates an injured, panicking critter; speed dial adjusts from superfast to barely moving. Uses 4 AA batteries (not included).
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tater21 Decoy
This decoy is compact, making it easy to transport and eyecatching when activated!
April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chefbowpro Best deal for the money
Super simple set up and design. Not many things can go wring with this set up and you can add more to it to adapt to your hunting situation. The threads are a common thread count where the ground stake screws in so you can have more than just the 6" stake. I also like the way everything attaches to the base, making it easy to keep together in your pack. I keep mine in a scent free bag for continuous scent destruction.
If it were remote controlled would be the only addition to make better, but for under $50.00 you cannot beat it.
Also, you can change the critter on top. So when it wears out you can take one of your kids realistic looking kitten, or squirrel stuffies and mount it. I am in the process of making quite a few options:)
January 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by swilson Great Product.
Just used this decoy in a contest. It worked great! Kept the coyotes attention off of us just long enough to get in a better position to shoot. For the money, you can't beat it. Very sturdy decoy as well, solid metal stake instead of a plastic piece of junk to put in the ground. We started the morning at 22 degrees and had no trouble getting it in the ground. Hunted all day, and the thing was still working. I will buy another when this one wears out.
January 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by yoteposse Shoul have bought this sooner
The item is compact, sturdy made, and actually looks like some sort of small animal looking around when it stops spinning. The "head" with glass eyes really makes it look convincing. I have seen lots of vid with the Mojo critter, but i think this looks more like something real. My wife's housedog is almost blind but tried to attack it while I was testing it out in the back yard. I gave this thing 5 stars because I know it wil work and performs as advertised.
April 12, 2012
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