There aren’t as many large electronic predator calls made by Extreme Dimension, but they’re still worth looking into if you want high-quality calls at a low price.
There are several businesses out there that specialise on enormous speakers that the hunter can leave in a field, but Extreme Dimension does the exact opposite.
For people in need of a simple, functional phone call, many of their electronic calls are compact and hand-held and come pre-programmed with five different calls.
The fact that these prerecorded calls come on removable sound sticks makes them stand out from the crowd. Select the ideal sound stick (bear, several predators, moose, or everything in between) and set forth.
Extreme Dimension also provides a large array of hunting decoys.
Best Extreme Dimension Predator Calls (Coyote Game E Caller)
Mini Phantom of Extreme Dimensions
Extreme Dimension Wildlife Calls Mini Phantom Remote
The Mini Phantom, which retails for between $20 and $40, is the ideal compact call for hunters to carry around in their vest pocket or pack.
Water resistant and fitted with hand grips, the Mini Phantom embraces its diminutive size. A variety of animal distress sounds may be heard on the included Extreme Dimension Fox Sound Stick. It can play two sounds at once.
When ordering from Amazon, be sure to specify which Mini Phantom you want, since some come packed with extra sound sticks or DVDs.
While some customers may be interested in these extras, it is crucial to be sure what you’re getting.
Extreme Dimension Phantom Pro Wireless
Extreme Dimension Wildlife Phantom Pro Predator Quest Wireless Call
- Interchangeable sound modules
- Up to 200 yard range
- Up to 126dB of volume
The Phantom Pro Wireless, which costs $200, or the wired version, which costs $70, is the Mini’s big brother. Depending on the options selected, the price might range from $74.30 to $299.99.
The Phantom Pro’s design is similar to those of other manufacturers in that you establish the call and control it through a remote.
However, lesser models have a 60 foot cable tied to the remote, while the more costly variants are wireless. Even the most budget-friendly options are sturdy and dependable.
While the Phantom Pro has just 12 built in sounds, the sound quality is excellent. Remember, if you need a greater range of game sounds, the sound sticks work with the Phantom Pro as well.
Extreme Dimension iHunt by Ruger
iHunt Ultimate Electronic Game Call & Bluetooth Speaker Combo, EDIHGC, FREE App with 750 Animal Calls, 59 species, Rugged & Portable
$54.99 in stock
2 used from $51.99
- AFFORDABLE – The iHunt Ultimate Game Call App & Bluetooth Speaker Combo (EDIHGC) delivers more for less money. Not only are you getting an App with 750 calls but helpful: Solunar Times, Activity Log, GPS locator, weather forecast and more.
- SOUND QUALITY – The iHunt Ultimate Game Call & Bluetooth Speaker Combo delivers crystal clear animal sounds for the avid animal watcher or hunter. The iHunt mobile App has over a million downloads and many thousands user success photos to stand behind.
- EASY TO USE – Perfect for the expert or beginner, no complicated programming is needed to operate this unit. The unique playlist features to let you set up your sequence before going to the field.
- RUGGED SPEAKER – Built for the outdoors it is weather resistant with coated speakers and quality circuitry. Hang the speaker from a tree or camouflage on the ground and the 115-decibel speaker will do the rest.
- WIDE RANGE OF ANIMALS – At the tip of your fingers you’ll have 59 species of animals and 750 individual calls all controlled by your Android or iPhone’s Bluetooth connection. Create call playlists without needing a computer or time-consuming downloads.
Ruger Ultimate Game Call’s Extreme Dimension iHunt is designed for the hunter who enjoys utilising the latest in technological advances in his pursuit of game. With the iHunt ($50-$70), you don’t have to worry about lugging around a bulky speaker.
After that, rather than relying on a remote control, hunters may use the free iHunt app on their phone to control their calls from up to 100 yards away through Bluetooth.
To save weight and not worry about forgetting something at home, many hunters already have their cell phones with them.