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Unread 05-15-2013, 08:22 PM
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Re: Cruddyback

I agree 100% nothing beat picture quality of a flash camera, all the more so at night
and one more thing I know about cuddybacks,
THEY have the best designed bear thief boxes on the market, could be beefier for sure, but they have the ONLY set up that protects the lock, which all other trail camera makers don't, any moron with a bolt cutter can just cut the lock and take the cameras
where as the cuddyback design, more or less covers and protects both the lock and the camera!
other companys need to step up in this area if you ask me
as WAY too many crooks out there in my neck of the woods
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Unread 05-15-2013, 11:00 PM
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Re: Cruddyback

I got one a few years ago. Took it back because it wasn't field friendly. Really poor customer service when trying to resolve the problems too. Maybe they're better now but I'm not very enthusiastic to find out.
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Unread 05-15-2013, 11:05 PM
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Re: Cruddyback

Originally Posted by crocker View Post
I am running 8 cuddebacks for about 8months out of the year. I have sent one back in 5 years. Crazy how different people have different luck with different brands.
I'd say it depends entirely on the degree of gastrointestinal lavage...

In other words the ratio of gas to crap.
'It's not about me, it's about we'..........
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