Brands:Maestro Game Calls
The Mantis 25 turkey is a compact handheld caller that comes preloaded with 25 different enticing turkey calls and an amazing 105DB sound output that will pique an animal's curiosity to come in closer. The 4-way rubberized keypad call section is easy to use and incorporates volume control for realistic sounds. The convenient trigger sound activation button initiates the call and the user can utilize the random repeat option for hands free use during a calling session. The LCD screen readout is Backlight for easy navigation in low to no light conditions.
I've never heard a turkey sound like that? I don't know if the calls are poorly recorded or the device has a bad speaker in it. I don't know if I should have expected anything better for the price. All the calls sound cartoony or tinny or fake. It sounds worse when the volume is all the way up. I would either recommend learning to call or buying something more expensive.
This call sucks pretty much all around. First off, it's not loud enough. Your game needs to be withing 100 yards to hear this thing, if everything is calm and quiet. The sounds all sound like they were recorded with a reverb effect, or in a large empty room. This makes the realistic sounds pretty much useless, unless your calling in a cathedral. Not worth the money.
Does everything it says it will and beyond. Very nice and compact.
just as advertised sounds great and plenty of volume.
Worked perfect 10 minutes had a turkey down
Wow all i can say wow. This worked. First time using 1. Got it yesterday. Went out today and called in a tom with a 9 inch beard and 2 jakes. Its amazing. Last 2 years no Turkey. Tried this call and got 1.
Great sounds;very loud as one small hand held unit; large variety of turkey sounds: pretty much all of them!
Fun to call critters and wake kids up with
Great call to learn different shot-calls. unit is very loud for the size, would have given 5 star but it is illegal to use in Ontario for turkey.
Really works and sounds very real.
Good value for money bring on the turkeys