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Hardware & Housewares Review May 7 2015

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H a r d w a r e & H o u s e w a r e s R e v i e w T h u r s d a y, M a y 7 , 2 0 1 5 4 IMPROVEMENTS TO BUCKSTEP CLIMBING STICKS, AND NEW PLATINUM SERIES ESTROUS Summit Treestands Makes Advancements to Buckstep Climbing Sticks Summit Treestands announces the improved Buckstep Climbing Stick Set. Summit has taken a quality product and made it even better with added features built to create the ultimate hunting expe- rience in the stand. With the new Buckstep, you'll find a smaller profile and reduced weight to enhance the ease of packing to and from that trophy whitetail's haunts. The Buckstep now incorporates a silent tree attachment and step design that locks the climbing sticks to the tree for silent entry and exit. There's no question that Summit Treestands has hit the vitals with the new and improved Buckstep Climbing Stick Set. MAP: $129.99 About Summit Summit is a leading manufacturer of pre- mium-quality, high-perform- ance treestands, safety straps and ground blinds. Founded by John Woller, Sr. in 1981, the company combines a pas- sion for engineering and hunting, which clearly shows in the design elegance and in- field functionality of all its products. Summit holds over a dozen patents and has consistently led the indus- try with new innovations, comfort, and convenience features. Summit has been part of PRADCO Outdoor, a division of EBSCO Industries, since 2002. For more information, visit www.summitstands.com or call 256.353.0634. SOLAR SONIC BIRD DETERRENT PROVIDES HUMANE, EFFECTIVE BIRD CONTROL Pest birds can pose a costly nuisance for commercial, industrial and residen- tial properties. As a home and garden or hardware store owner or manager, a growing variety of customers will often seek your advice in solving their bird pest problem. Homeowners will seek relief from bird droppings left on patio tables, chairs, loungers, BBQs, walk- ways, fencing, pools, spas, decorative garden features and outdoor gym toys. Commercial property and restaurant owners will seek similar relief from bird droppings and nests that can lead to health code violations and damage to rooftop AC units, vents and signage. Parks and golf course maintenance supervisors will need help getting rid of pest birds like geese, crows and pigeons. The list of customers is virtu- ally endless. Fortunately, the solution comes in one effective device: the Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic™ from Bird B Gone ® . Deters 24 Birds Species The Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic uses harmless sound to deter a huge variety of pest birds. It broadcasts pre-recorded distress and predator calls for more than 24 species of birds, including pigeons, crows, gulls, starlings, woodpeckers, grackles, geese and more. The device can be set to deter a specific bird type or left on its "general" setting to deter multiple bird species. The distress and predator calls are repeated every ten minutes to ensure birds stay away. The device can be programmed to turn on or off at night, and Continued on Page 73 Continued on Page 73 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NHS Lee M. Oser CEO and Editor-in-Chief Kim Forrester Jules Denton Paul Harris Associate Publishers Lorrie Baumann Editorial Director Jeanie Catron Richard Thompson JoEllen Lowry Associate Editors Yasmine Brown Andre Gressieux Graphic Designers Sarah Glenn Caitlyn Roach Customer Service Managers Heather Canale Stacy Davis Jamie Green Don Kitch Tara Neal Show Logistics & Distribution Neil Catura James Gennette Marcos Morhaim Account Managers Enrico Cecchi European Sales Hardware & Housewares Review is published by Oser Communications Group ©2015 All rights reserved. Executive and editorial offices at: 1877 N. Kolb Road, Tucson, AZ 85715 520.721.1300/Fax: 520.721.6300 www.osercommunicationsgroup.com European offices located at Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini, 11, 50125 Florence, Italy

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