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  1. ducksandcorn

    ducksandcorn New Member

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    Just looking for a little input on some of the lucky ducks...always been a mojo guy but think'n about converting over to lucky duck as the quality looks better...there are 4 models I'm checking out...
    -Lucky HdMallard
    -Lucky Super HD Mallard
    -Flocked Mallard
    -Lucky Duck HDI (Lithium battery)

    Things considering...
    -Are the hd mallard wings too small? Or spend the extra for the Super (larger wings)
    -Flocked? Looks realistic but not sure that will really make the difference?
    -Lithium battery could be pretty nice for the run time alone....anyone have one yet?
    -How easy is it to program the remotes?

    Thanks
     
  2. IowaWaterfowler10

    IowaWaterfowler10 Refuge Member

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    I have a lot of experience with lucky ducks, mostly the older models although we did get two of the newer ones. I would get the HD-I’s as they are waterproof and that is a duck hunters worst enemy when it comes to electronics. Remotes are pretty standard to sync up as well.
     
  3. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    I have both mojo and lucky duck. I'd buy lucky ducks if I needed more.
     
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  4. brentbullets

    brentbullets Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I sold my Mojos and went with Lucky Duck HD's last year. Remote system is better in my opinion. Its on/off and not just push button where ones that did turn off turn back on. I had 8 of them synced to one control, very easy to sync. The larger wings will drain the battery faster. I don't use them over water so no need for the water proof one.
     
  5. marshmob

    marshmob Elite Refuge Member

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    Lucky Duck is a lot better product in every regard.
     
  6. ducksandcorn

    ducksandcorn New Member

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    Can I have more than one remote synced up to say 8 spinners in the event I need a backup remote? I hunt with a group of guys and it would be nice to give someone else a remote incase I’m not there.
     
  7. musher

    musher Elite Refuge Member

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    Had Lucky ducks and got rid of them for Mojos because of never working right. Now I got two mojos that don’t work!!!

    I give up on anything electronic related to waterfowl hunting.
     
  8. brentbullets

    brentbullets Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I don’t believe so but in a matter of minutes, less than 5 they could sync their remote
     
  9. theduckguru

    theduckguru Elite Refuge Member

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    I really do not know how you would accomplish that. I just got 2 and both remotes were different codes. You might email Lucky and find out home many codes they have. Also if you are running that many robots, you might want to evaluate Lucky Field Flashers.
     
  10. brentbullets

    brentbullets Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    If these are the HD’s you can sync them up. Lucky Duck says you can sync up to 10 at a time. I don’t know anything about the new models
     

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