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Re: ozonics, does it really help [Re: Pafoxman] #7009666
10/05/20 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Pafoxman
Thereís a lot of gimmicks out there, ozonics isnít one. They definitely work. And Iíd bet $100 that the few people that said itís a gimmick havenít owned one. Challenge.... prove me wrong and post a pic of yours. I hate when know it all people throw their opinions around with no first hand experience or knowledge...




If you truly believe this, put a pound of weed in your pack, load up your gizmo, and go throw Frisbees for the k9 unit at your local police station.

Re: ozonics, does it really help [Re: Sheepdog1] #7009788
10/05/20 07:52 PM
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I got one before the 2019 deer season. I play the wind but some of the places I hunt the wind swirels pretty bad at times. All I'll say is I've never been smelled while I was using it and I've had deer down wind. If you wait till after season Midway USA usually has a sale on them. That's when I bought mine and I payed just a little over half price for it. I will say that nothing will beat a deer's nose every time.

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Re: ozonics, does it really help [Re: Sheepdog1] #7009795
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It sure works to kill odors in my vechile. I have a different brand than ozonics, but its great. Smells like a thunderstorm in there after letting it run. Same ion technology they use at dealerships to get odors out of vechiles.

Re: ozonics, does it really help [Re: Sheepdog1] #7009827
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I had gas can spill all over my fishing vest in the back of my truck. I put th he vest in my ozone tote and 30 minutes later the smell was gone.

Re: ozonics, does it really help [Re: gutthooked] #7009891
10/05/20 08:48 PM
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What is being said confirms the discovery I made in the book that I wrote and published a year ago. Negative ions create a positive affect. Ionics is real and science proves it.


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Re: ozonics, does it really help [Re: Sheepdog1] #7009972
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Iíve never tried one and probably never will, the smoke cover scent is actually pretty interesting. Maybe iíll mess around with it later in the season after a nice buck is down. Getting to the stand without blowing deer out is probably the most important part of deer hunting in my opinion.

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