Primos Speak Easy Predator Call

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Primos Speak Easy Predator Call -
Six professional predator calls, anywhere you want, at the touch of a button. This affordable, natural, loud and distortion-free call includes Challenge Howls and Barks, Jackrabbit Distress, Woodpecker Distress, Rodent Distress, Cottontail Distress and Fawn Distress. Compact, 50-yd. remote with LED display features quick and adjustable sound levels. Remote attaches to speaker for easy transport and storage. Speaker’s durable rubber strap allows for hanging on tree branches or a stand. Runs on one AAA battery in the remote and four AA batteries in the speaker (not included).
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Primos Speak Easy Predator Call Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Call for the Price

I have seen good success hunting predators. This little call is my second e-call and I am pleased with its results. All call sounds work excellent. It is easy to set up and is pretty loud. The small size makes it fit well in my pack or rifle case. One thing I would change would be to make the speaker unit's antenna a bit thicker and sturdier but otherwise good job Primos.
midwesthunter17 at Cabelas on 10/30/2012

Negative Reviews:

Do Not Buy

I wouldn't recommend buying this call unless it is going to be used for playing around. It has a blown-out "muffled" speaker sound isn't loud at all. not impressed. Quality is in the $10-20 range.
MMcamo at Cabelas on 03/25/2013

Neutral Reviews:

You Get What You Pay For

There are a number of features I appreciate about this unit: 1.) The unit is small and transports easily. 2.) The remote attaches to the speaker making it into one easily-carried unit. 3.) It has a strap that allows the call to be attached to a fence post or small tree so it can be positioned off the ground. 4.) It includes all of the main sounds I regularly use for predator calling. 5.) The remote is simple to use and has a lanyard so it can be strung around the user’s neck so it isn’t lost or dropped in the dirt or snow. The problems I have had with this device are as follows: 1.) It is fairly loud in its loudest mode, but the sound quality becomes very poor at full volume. The unit I have has a buzzing sound at the highest volume that sounds like something is loose within the unit. 2.) It has a little wire that functions as the antenna that has no protective shroud and I am expecting to snag it on something at some point and merely pull it off because it is not protected in any way. 3.) The remote has a 50-yard range, but if there is any brush between the remote and the call, that range is severely limited. I have had to hold the remote over my head a number of times with the remote less than 40 yards away in order to get it to work. I try to minimize all movement when hunting animals who are highly attune to even the slightest movements, and raising my hand over my head just to get the remote to work creates far more movement than I care to make. Overall, this isn’t a bad unit for the money. If you are only an occasional predator caller, it will probably serve you just fine, but if you are someone who is serious about predator hunting, spend the extra $100-300 and get a really good unit; you will be far more successful as this call has a number of deficiencies that will limit your set setup options.
Muley505 at Cabelas on 01/28/2013

Works great, til it doesn't

I was very impressed with this unit when I first bought it. My initial impression was that it didn't seem loud enough, but I called in a dog with it. I went out a second time and called in a small pack! I was very impressed until I took it out the third time. I pushed the button and nothing happened. I moved closer, nothing. I held it in my hand, nothing. I replaced the batteries both on the unit and the remote and still nothing. I don't know if I just got a bad unit or what but I ended up sending it back because it no longer worked. I just got my money back because I didn't want to have to deal with the hassle again.
JDawg183 at Cabelas on 01/03/2013