Primos® Vision™ Blind
The Primos® Vision™ Blind gets you shots you’d never have otherwise--the result of ultimate stealth and comfort, 360º full-view sightlines, and plenty of shooting room (77''W x 70''H). Made of water-resistant 600 denier polyurethane-backed polyester with UV coating and Phantom Pro™ dark black lining, this blind features a full-seam zippered entrance, unlimited window/shoot-thru mesh placement, and magnetic closures with silent clips. Includes a large carry bag with padded straps and gear pockets. Color: Predator® All-Purpose Deception. Weight: 18 lbs. Imported.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pmsav Good buy I bought this blind a few years back and with the exception of a bad zipper on the carrying bag I have not had any issues. I emailed Primos to return the bag and before I knew it I had a new replacement bag shipped to me no questions asked. I am a big guy and have no issues entering blind even with back pack and bow. Carrying bag is great. I can carry bling folding chair, bow and everything I need for a hunt in the pack. I anticipate that this blind will have a life if about 5 years if left out during hunting season. January 30, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by OntarioOpie Poor Quality Bought this blind trusting the primos name and its let me down. I have set this up less than half a dozen times and the door zipper is broken, the stiching holding the screens in place has let go in 2 or 3 places, there are many holes in the roof from the sloppy stiching overall very poor quality and a dissapointing purchase November 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by RobR1 Primos Vision Hunting Blind I used this blind this past weekend. Having purchased a different ground blind every year trying to find the perfect blind I have finally found it. It is roomy but I can set in the middle of the blind and easily shoot 360 degrees with ease, I only have to swivel. With the magnets I can open or block any opening and easily adjust the size of the opening. With the camo material and camo screen I am hidden from view. The only negative is the zipper for the door, it is to tight and not easily closed. This is a minor difficulty and would purchase this blind even with this issue. A very good blind. October 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by MLY1056 your dollar gets long lasting qualitydollar I have purchased several of the less expensive types and styes (I hate word cheap). You get what you pay for is true in this case. The less expensive ones out there you'll be lucky to get a year out of, if this is what you can afford then by all means do something all I'm saying is buy the best you can afford. I actually believe the Vision is better than the double bull - the vision with improvements I believe they realized needed on the double bull after they introduced. Easy set up, windows are great - you determine how much or how little they open plus the screens can also be adjusted open a lot of options in fact I'd say unlimited. A biggy is all around view if you choose - remember though the more light means the better chance of being detected. Held not only by loop and tie the also have magnets which make no sound. Long lasting the one I purchased actually for my wife is on it's fourth yr now. No issues. If I were to improve it I would change the entry door in some way - it is at times difficult to enter especially in a hurry- it does make that not so good zipper sound - I usually just close it with out zipping- it will stay closed by itself--I also take gear thru windows instead of doors because too tight - the blind is large enough with ease for two adults with gear laid out maybe three too tight and no gear. I'd get a bow holder attachment that fits to the hub or just a stand to hold bow and oh just take a comfortable chair, folding lawn chair instead of buying those little tri-leg fold outs- be comfortable. Bottom line worth every penny and when I need another it will be this blind. September 30, 2011
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Details:i have balance problems, before i purchase this, i need to know if the door is easy to get in & out of and its overall size. also, can you shoot a bow out of it standing up?
A:Well that's hard to answer but I have a bad knee and I find other blinds harder to get in and out. I can't say there is one better but this one is good. No you can't stand up n it.
A:I am 6' 3" and 250 pounds. It is a little snug but I have no trouble getting in and out of mine.
It is tall enough to allow easy bow use.
This is my favorite hub style blind, and I have had several.
A:You could not shoot a bow or gun from the blind while standing up. The top does have an opening on one side that a gun or cross bow could be shot from but your direction would be limited to one side. You would have to stoop a little to enter the door. If you much of a balance problem this could be an issue for you. I found one of the blinds set up at Bass Pro and tried it out. I would recommend you do the same if possible.
Details:does this blind have brush loops on it?
A:The blind is advertised to have the ability to add brush to it but I did not find this easy to do. I cut brush and placed on the ground which worked well. I have only used this blind once but found it to be an excellent blind and maybe I just did not spend the time to figure out how to add brush above ground. I would not let this stop me from buying this blind.
A:Sure does. I believe there are brush loops above and below each set of windows.
A:yes you can attach native vegetation to this blind with ease
A:This is metal. This is a quality blind. 20 days in field with this last year and being left out in the sun, snow, rain then packed up all summer in teh basement. Just pulled it out to air out for the season. No holes, rust or otherwise.
A:The Primos Vision does have an opening in the roof on one side. It can be opened or closed with a zipper.
A:No floor. You may want to bring a floor if you are hunting in the mud.
A:The vision model that i have does not have a floor and is open to the ground.
A:No floor. It is open to the ground. Actully better so that the material does not get damaged. Just clea out an area on the ground to ensure quiet movement
A:The vision model that I have does not have a roof flap. It has one long zipper for entering and exiting, plus the 360 degrees of windows for hunting, and viewing
A:Roof opens on one side. However you need to be over 6ft tall to see out of it well or hunt from the roof opening
Details:How thick or thin is the exterior material for this blind ? Have seen others that have such thin exterior that it flaps in the wind and scares away animals...thanks very much
A:Its fairly thick, close to the thickness of 1000D tactical nylon. The blind is tight when assembled and I havent had any issues with the material flapping in the wind. Make sure you bring stakes on a windy day or your blind may get up and blow away on you. Learned that the hard way....
A:The fabric is thick and is pulled taut when the blind is opened up. If the blind is staked down well the wind is a non-issue.
A:The material is 600 and much like a good quality tent material. Not very waterproof, but is adequate for light rain or snow events. Good quality and does not blow much in the wind. The curtains are pulled fairly tight and offer a good camo even in higher winds.
A:The material is not all that thick, but it is tight and doesnt flap. However, its the window netting and blackout panels that move and flutter in the wind, and that does definitely spook game. This blind cost me about three different opportunities on a gobbler this week because of its poor design in the wind. Turkeys would see the blind from very long distances and swing way wide. In any significant wind at all, this blind is absolutely useless.
A:I believe you could --but i dont think you could use the bag chairs ( like ballpark ) The best would be avg dove stools so you could use a heater as well
A:Yes. My 11 year old and I hunted from lawn chairs inside the blind. Plenty of room in there for two people and gear.
A:Very easy for two adults to gun hunt out of the blind. Should be no problem to archery hunt and gun hunt with an adult and a child
A:My son and I hunt out of this blind easily. You could fit two adults or one adult and two children easily. Plenty of room and very comfortable!
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