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IndianaBBD 04-30-2010 12:11 PM

Ozonics
 
WOW, I was getting ready to post a question for Todd to see if the ozonics units could be used to remove odors from clothing, decided to check out the website and they updated it and actually have a couple of products specifically for this purpose for 2010. That is freaking awesome!!!!

WKP Todd 05-03-2010 09:48 AM

Oh yeah! Just remember, while they will take odors off your clothing, using the while hunting is the ONLY way you can beat a whitetails nose. You can go out in the field SOAKING wet in sweat, and a whitetail can't pick it up if you have the Ozonic's set up correctly. I am going to use the closet for hopefully reducing the amount of ground scent I leave while walking in. That's my hope anyway!

indianaboy 09-17-2010 04:34 PM

Just saw Todd's ugly mug on a ozonics commercial. Pretty cool

crenth 09-18-2010 05:26 AM


Originally Posted by indianaboy (Post 3684453)
Just saw Todd's ugly mug on a ozonics commercial. Pretty cool

I saw that also.

SteveBNy 09-18-2010 04:57 PM

Any ozone machine that meets the legal ppm requirement for indoor use cannot physically produce enough ozone to have any effect in an uncontrolled outdoor
environment. Just plain scientificaly impossible with any wind movement at all and the limited 1/2 life of ozone.

RossShooter 10-12-2010 06:53 AM

@SteveBNy

I use an HR-100 when I hunt. I have not been winded or blown at when I've had it running on stand. I still use all of the precautions about scent control with Ozonics as well. I believe it does give me an edge over their noses.

Just my opinion of course.

IndianaBBD 10-13-2010 12:31 PM


Originally Posted by SteveBNy (Post 3684922)
Any ozone machine that meets the legal ppm requirement for indoor use cannot physically produce enough ozone to have any effect in an uncontrolled outdoor
environment. Just plain scientificaly impossible with any wind movement at all and the limited 1/2 life of ozone.

I understand the apprehension in believing in this product. In fact had Todd not posted success with it, I would have never given it a second glance. However, though Todd is a professional hunter he is not on the same par as some of the more notable celebrities who's actual job is selling product. I truly don't believe he would support any product that didn't work or he didn't believe in regardless of fiscal gain or sponsorship. I know too many people who have used it and have had success for hunting and removing odors from their homes and vehicles to not believe it works to some degree. To quote Andre D'Aquisto "The sign doesn't lie" hard to argue with success. :biggrin:

WKP Todd 10-15-2010 10:20 AM

StevenBNY,

I'm not sure what science you are using, but Ozonic's works! From the first night I used Ozonic's, I've been a believer. This coming from someone who wouldn't even use one until an industry friend brought them to me to use for a night during velvet footage.

They work - PERIOD! I've got my whole team using them now and the text messages and emails I get pretty much say it all. They work, deer don't smell human downwind when set-up properly. They sure smell the ozone (which we have shown on video time and time and time again), but they don't react like it's human scent (because the ozone has destroyed the human scent profile enough to fool them).

You can believe what you want; but Ozonic's offers a 100% money back guarantee that backs up what we say about them! Use it, see if it works, if you don't believe it works, send it back for a full refund. That's pretty much the only guarantee in the scent elimination marketplace like it!

SteveBNy 10-15-2010 10:35 AM

An ozone generator that is legal for indoor use produces such minute amounts of O3 that when used in an open enviroment (tree stand) with varying amounts of wind, it is so diluted that it is impossible to meet the claims. And I have never seen anything to suggest (other then from marketeers) that O3 is enough heavier than air to flow downward in an "invisible curtain". Anecdotal observations are not proof. They could run independant scientific tests to show the level of real effectiveness. Until they do so, I will remain a skeptic and non believer.

Of course you are free to use whatever you want and offer your opinion - as will I.

RossShooter 10-19-2010 05:28 AM


Originally Posted by SteveBNy (Post 3702926)
An ozone generator that is legal for indoor use produces such minute amounts of O3 that when used in an open enviroment (tree stand) with varying amounts of wind, it is so diluted that it is impossible to meet the claims. And I have never seen anything to suggest (other then from marketeers) that O3 is enough heavier than air to flow downward in an "invisible curtain". Anecdotal observations are not proof. They could run independant scientific tests to show the level of real effectiveness. Until they do so, I will remain a skeptic and non believer.

Of course you are free to use whatever you want and offer your opinion - as will I.


The hummingbird's wings are too small for it to fly, according to science, but what do you know, it flies.


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