True Timber Camo The Dome Spring Steel Blind
great blind for it's price
First ground blind I've tried. Comfortable fits 2. Hunting with bow may be tricky but is possible. Brought Turkey's within 20 yards. Modified mesh screening to fit across the large window allowing bottom to dangle free in order to sneak shot gun barrel out.
April 18, 2013
This product has great features
Was just what I was looking for in a hunting blind.
January 22, 2013
Excellent product, excellent price
Don't be fooled by the price of this blind. This is just as good if not better than the much more expensive blinds. This blind sets up fast. It has plenty of room inside and the construction is great. Plenty of window's for viewing in most directions. This will also keep the wind off of you for hunting. When I purchased this blind, I was skeptical because of the price. I would not think twice about purchasing another one.
January 18, 2013
The manufacture might offer this in other camos example(duck blind)
This product is light with fast setup and take down and roomy enough for two big guys. It folds to compact size for easy back packing. The best blind I have seen on the market.
January 3, 2013
I bought this so my young sons could hunt with me. It's easy to transport, put up and take down with lots of room. Can't beat the price.
December 20, 2012
Easy to assemble
Extremly difficult to fold when taken down. Directions for breakdown, need to be more user friendly.
December 13, 2012
nice product for the price
I bought this product to use for a deer hunt. It went up easily and served it's purpose. I need to get a chair where the view is at eye-level, my tripod chair sat me a little high to view out of the windows. It would have been nice to have a window in the entrance flap.
December 10, 2012
Good and Bad
One fiberglass pole section splintered on the first use, but it held together to be used, with a deformed dome. The descrpition said it had shoot through screens, but the instructions say it is shoot through for archery, only. I don't get that. The screened windows are smaller than the opening pictured. That larger opening is there, but without a screen. To use the smaller screened opening, you leave the large opening closed, and open the smaller, which is within the larger. So, why not a 1 rating? This blind is very light and easy to carry, especially considering there is decent room inside. Also, the camo blended in better than any other I've used in the woods where we hunted (NW PA). Finally, for a steel hoop blind, this one is the easiest to close and pack I've ever used. Much easier than smaller steel hoop blinds. I got this blind on sale, and I'd do it again, but I wouldn't recommend it for anyone else unless they understood the drawbacks up front.
December 9, 2012
Great blind for the price
I purchased this blind the other day to take my 12yo son out for his first time deer hunting. I wanted something inexpensive. It seems to be decent quality for the price. I really liked the fact that I was able to break it down to its original size with realtive ease.
December 2, 2012