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#5548711 - 01/17/15 05:26 PM Scentite Blinds
JesseTaylor Offline
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Registered: 12/19/14
Posts: 13
Loc: Lower Alabama
Anybody have a opinion on em or own one? I'm not worried about the top vent tube. Just the quality of them and the stand. Thanks
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#5617592 - 02/24/15 11:51 AM Re: Scentite Blinds [Re: JesseTaylor]
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Registered: 01/20/09
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Loc: Dallas, Tx.
I've got a 4x4 that I bought used about 3 years ago. Works great, windows seal off pretty decent. It can have a little bit of floor noise on the door that opens in the bottom but not really noticeable by the deer and other critters. With a buddy heater it's great. I'd buy another if I could find a good deal. Get a 360 degree swivel chair in it and you're good to go from any direction
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#5654510 - 03/17/15 01:55 AM Re: Scentite Blinds [Re: JesseTaylor]
JesseTaylor Offline
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Registered: 12/19/14
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Thanks...I'm gonna get one in the next few months.
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#5655924 - 03/17/15 10:17 PM Re: Scentite Blinds [Re: JesseTaylor]
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Registered: 08/26/12
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I have become a firm believer in scent control and high vents. When I rebuilt a 4X4 box blind this year, I had a bunch of 4" drain pipe left from another project and thought what the heck...

I paid extra attention to sealing around the windows and door, then calked the roof to wall transitions. One vent (closable) at the bottom and 25' of riser above the roof. It is amazing! I have had deer downwind, within 6 feet of the stand...something that never happened in the previous seasons.

The arrangement drafts so well, I have to keep the bottom vent closed down to about 1/4 of the opening, or it moves too much air.


An unexpected benefit is the new sealed stand is much easier to keep warm in the winter. I find about 10 minutes on and 20 minutes off on my heater is all that is needed in below freezing temps.
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