Anybody else tried Ozonics scent eliminators

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by blipelt, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. blipelt

    blipelt Well-Known Member

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    I bought myself a Ozonics 200 recently. It emitts ozone to eliminate human odor. I have only used it a couple of times but I almost am convinced it actually works!! I had a 120class buck come in and leave on a trail directly down wind of my location and he seemed like he was on edge a little but did not bust me. I did use scent eliminating spray but I have never had them not bust me being directly down wind. They are pricey at around $300-400. But a nice scent lok suit is in the same neighboorhood. Has anyone else tried them and what kind of results are you seeing?

    Oh on a side note the buck was young and I have larger in the area, just haven't had and opp. yet.


    Brent
     
  2. blipelt

    blipelt Well-Known Member

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    A little light reading just in case you haven't heard of it before. I am really surprised nobody else has tried it.



    How It Works



    Brent
     

  3. fin72fan

    fin72fan Member

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    Have the HR200 being delivered today by UPS. I well be using for bow hunting this year. Ladderstand is set up at about 30yrds from where deer will be comming in. Have used similar product in saltwater tropical fish tanks for years. Works very well in that enviroment in keeping tanks clean and healthy, removing waste from water. If it keeps me from getting busted than it is well worth it. Where I hunt in the south you will sweat during bow season. No matter how much you spray you cant keep up with the odor your body produces. Will let everyone know in Oct.:)
     
  4. mthunter86

    mthunter86 Well-Known Member

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    My work gets a demo unit for the employees each year. being a skeptic but a gear head i had to give it a try... I have used it for three years now and they keep getting better and better! The first year i had one with me i shot a mature wt doe at less then 5 feet downwind from a ground blind. The blood trail actually started ON my ground blind! The second year i had 40+ does and young bucks feeding within 50 yards downwind from my tree stand.

    needless to say im a believer!
     
  5. Rem700

    Rem700 Well-Known Member

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    From what i read from EPA's website the ozonics stlyed machines don't completely eliminate odors, so i would continue to use scent eliminating sprays.