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The remote? Reviews? #7594561 08/31/19 12:49 PM
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Looking for feedback on the remote. The one that works along side of the timer. Concerned about deer/ axis/ coons messing up the antenna. Also is the range estimate is right. Thanks in advance

Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7595202 09/01/19 07:34 AM
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I'm 70 yards from my feeder, works fine. As for the other comment... Mine is behind the varmint cage, so no worries there. The antenna is hard plastic, I don't know that I would worry about that.


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Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7595540 09/01/19 10:23 PM
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I have them on All Season stand and fill feeders and hogs broke both hard antennas. Talked to All Seasons and they hooked me up with a guy that got me replacement ones with the hard plastic stripped off and have not had a problem since.
Love them and they work great, one is 94 yards and the other is 110 yards.


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Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7595974 09/02/19 06:42 PM
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I’ve used them in the past with success but the one I have and have had replaced I can’t get to work with my stand and fill. I finally gave up. Pretty sure it is just operator error but idk. When they work they are awesome.

Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7596149 09/02/19 10:42 PM
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One at 80 yards no issue
One at 220 no issue

Both get electrolysis or oxidation and we are needing a complete rebuild of wiring in one. Then work great when all is good.

Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7596977 09/03/19 07:07 PM
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One at 110 yards, works great as advertised. Put some dialetic grease, (any autoparts store), on terminal when you hook it up, stops corrosion from electrolysis.

Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7598131 09/04/19 09:36 PM
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my works good and reaches up to about 200 yards,

Re: The remote? Reviews? [Re: JROD] #7600788 09/07/19 10:50 PM
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I have one at 98, one at 168, one at 174 and another at 129...they all work every time the button is pushed. I mounted each antenna as instructed - pointed directly DOWN. When using the hand-held remote, hold the unit with the antenna pointed directly UP (do not point it at the unit tlike a TV remote). Can't regurgitate the technical explnation I was provided, but apparently the down and up orientations significantly enhance the radio wave effectiveness and remote performance...have never felt the need to challenge the manufacturers advice.

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