Wildlife Research Center Quik-Wiks Scent Dispenser
Works great and keeps the 'scent' off me. I like this type of design because it doesn't fill up with water.
I didn't give it a fifth star due to lack of being visible in the dark. I had to take care of that myself which was easy enough, but would be a nice standard feature.
I change out the wicks each year, to keep the scent fresh, using a similar type wick and trim with scissors if needed.
It also doesn't take so much scent that it just pours out. A good bit soaked into the wick and refreshed every so often and all is good.
Over the years I've had them bring in several bucks right under my tree, but they just always seem to come in too early before daylight. I keep using them knowing that eventually one will come in with enough light.
January 8, 2011
This is the best and easiest way to put out scent. I have used these season after season. Could not find any last year and purchased the other scent Bombs. When I tried to use them again this year the wick was all messed up and would no longer absorb scent. I am going back to the quik wik because i am able to use the same one each year and i can buy replacement wiks if needed. These and 2 thumbs up better than the other brands.
November 21, 2010
Not My Money
I tried this product last season instead of the Buck Bomb thinking it would be better not to fish out the wick. However, when you turn it upside down to let the wick out, all the scent that is not absorbed drips onto the ground.
August 6, 2007
What it does
This ain't no tampon. It's obviously going to pour out what it can't hold. There's no disadvantage to your excess scent dripping on the ground anyway. You only need to apply a little scent to the wick and you're good to go.
October 27, 2009