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Experiences, thoughts on the above question.

I have a Foxpro Fusion where I added the decoy that replaces the battery cover. If I run the decoy on a cold day, the double A batteries can run down quickly. 8 in the caller, 4 in the remote. Can replace them 2-3 times a day.

The Hellcat has a 9volt in the remote, 4AA in the caller. 50% of the batteries.

The Hellcat Pro uses a rechargeable lithium battery. How do they work in the cold? Should a person have two batteries?

Fusion has two speakers, the Hellcats 1.


Esthetic Hellcat Pro an Upgrade over the Fusion?

How well does the Hellcat Pro work interface cold?

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Well, according to Foxpro, it is. Electronics are upgraded, decoy is fully integrated, electrical draw is reduced and the lithium battery is more cold insensitive.

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When it gets real cold I put my caller in an insulated lunch box with one end cut out w/ a hot hands, works great.



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Originally Posted by lvmiker
When it gets real cold I put my caller in an insulated lunch box with one end cut out w/ a hot hands, works great.



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When you are calling, it is in a lunchbox? Does the remote still work?

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Originally Posted by AB2506
Originally Posted by lvmiker
When it gets real cold I put my caller in an insulated lunch box with one end cut out w/ a hot hands, works great.



mike r

When you are calling, it is in a lunchbox? Does the remote still work?

Yes, it is a soft side lunchbox w/ foam insulation.


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