Gorilla Inc., a leading manufacturer of performance treestands and accessories, has announced the introduction of the new Gorilla Eye Trail Spy—a revolutionary new way for your customers to monitor their surrounding fields, food plots, and game trails.
The monitoring game sensory system instantly alerts you when game is identified and detected from as far away as 80 feet. Using universal radio frequency technology, multiple sensors automatically signal to a handheld remote that game is near. The game monitor features a pivoting tree bracket with 6-foot tree strap allowing the sensor to be pivoted in any direction. The sensor can attach to any tree up to 22 inches in diameter.
“The Gorilla Eye Trail Spy is one of our new offerings for 2012 in the Gorilla line of hunting accessories,” said Rob Eastman, president of Gorilla Inc. “The Gorilla team is always working to identify new products or product improvements that will help hunters have a great day in the field; we think the new Gorilla Eye Trail Spy will help deliver on that objective.”
The Gorilla Eye Trail Spy features an Infrared game sensor for 110 degrees of remote game detection from as far away as 80 feet; a tree- or fence-post-mounted infrared motion sensor with IR technology that avoids false detection; and a hunter-carried handheld RF frequency remote with selectable alert options/visual LED alert or auditory alert with a transmit distance to remote as far away as 100 yards. The unit also includes a Handheld remote that comes with built-in flashlight, and an 18-inch-long neck lanyard with plastic quick disconnect clip that allows the remote to be unclipped from the neck lanyard. The unit requires AAA batteries.
For more information on Gorilla products visit www.gorillatreestands.com