The Lucky Junior II is an exceptionally detailed full-sized motorized spinning wing waterfowl decoy.
Includes: 3-piece 42" stake
Chest mount with bungee
Magnetic corrugated wings
AA batteries not included
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The Lucky Junior II Spinning Wing Decoy Features:
Ultra-realistic mallard drake duck carving
Durable EVA plastic body
Secure chest mount with quick-attach bungee
Magnetic corrugated wings
12-14 hour run time
HD remote kit ready - remote not included
The Lucky Junior II Spinning Wing Decoy
The Lucky Junior II has magnetic wings and runs on 4 AA batteries. Simply insert the AA batteries, attach the corrugated wings, and place the decoy on the stake. Flip the switch to on, and you're ready to go!
Durable amp; Secure
Our chest mount with bungee makes this decoy hassle free and mobile. Secure the bungee around the 'T' bar and your decoy is promised to stay in place without any rattling.
Exceptionally detailed carved design, backed with durable EVA plastic that enhances paint adhesion and resists cracking so you can bring in birds for seasons to come.
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