Predators Don’t Stand a Chance with the New FLX Electronic Calls from Flextone

Flextone Releases All-New FLX Electronic Game Calls
Flextone Releases All-New FLX Electronic Game Calls
Flextone Game Calls
Flextone Game Calls

Broussard, LA -(Ammoland.com)- Predator hunting is exciting and fun, not to mention it’s an increasingly important tool for wildlife managers.

With predator hunting quickly becoming one of the most popular off-season activities for hunters, Flextone is excited to announce new advancements in its electronic call division. Newly designed are the Flextone FLX1000 and FLX500 programmable electronic calling systems.

These electronic calls are perfect for any hunter interested in predator hunting, whether it’s a beginner or someone already serious about getting after predators. Endorsed by professional hunter Steve Criner, known as the Dog Soldier, the new calls from Flextone feature high-quality speaker systems with remote-control operation with long-distance capability. The Flextone calls feature easy-to-use, intuitive systems. Hunt with Flextone Predator Systems to increase your success in the field.

Whatever the hunting situation or the type of animal being hunted, the newly designed FLX1000 and FLX500 electronic calls get the job done.

FLX 1000

  • High-quality, five-speaker system for zero distortion
  • Three 10-watt speakers, plus two 3-watt speakers
  • Memory storage up to 1,000 calls.

FLX 500

  • High-quality, three-speaker system for zero distortion
  • Three 10-watt speakers
  • Memory storage up to 500 calls.

Fawning season is right around the corner. Now is the perfect time to get geared up to take a bite out of the predators that have being taking a bite out of your wildlife. The FLX1000 and FLX500 programmable electronic calling systems will make your predator hunts more fun and more successful.

For more information on the FLX1000 and FLX500 Electronic Calls, please visit www.flextonegamecalls.com.

About Flextone Game Calls

Flextone Game Calls are designed to more accurately mimic the anatomy of a game animal by using both hard and soft flexible parts. They incorporated a hard plastic or metal tone-board with reed to imitate the soft tissue chambers of the neck and mouth of an animal. The design produces a truer, more natural sound as well as giving the user more control of volume, tone, and inflection just like the animals they were designed to imitate. The design is also nearly silent if accidentally contacting your gun or bow while in the field. Flextone now has a full line of deer, elk, predator, turkey, and waterfowl calls using this patented technology.

For more information, please visit www.flextonegamecalls.com.

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Mike

Don’t waste your money or time on the 1000. Just returned our 2nd one. Great call but needs bugs worked out of the electronics. The call will just shut off. It might operate an hour or as little as one minute before shutting off. Very in predictable. The speakers and preloaded call are super BUT it needs to stay on! Changing batteries did not help by the way. Glad it was purchased at Cabelas with their 30 satisfaction guarantee. They replaced no questions asked. Then total refund on the second one.

randell

I recently bought the flex 500 looks good easy to add sounds but speakers are horrible

Adirondack Trapper

How do u add predator calls to the FLX500 I cant figure it out would appreciate your help

Jeff Truitt

They told me they will be out in May, still no idea on price, love my Alpha dog, I can’t believe how out dated fox pro products are as I bought a crossfire last month to test against the Alpha dog, sound is great but control and function is terrible compared to the simplicity of Primos, so can’t wait to get a flex tone while on my quest for the ” perfect E caller”!

Unhappy Customer

Can’t find them on any website listed or searched………………poor marketing scheme and they probably don’t have ANY to sell or ever will.