Sunday, October 9, 2011

Wildgame Innovations Infrared Camera Broken

I bought Wildgame innovations scouting camera with infrared technology last year for deer season. I used it in the woods for the first 2 weeks of bow season on spots that I was thinking about hunting. The camera worked well and I was able to capture some very good pics of an 8 pt buck and a few does feeding. I stored the camera in my attic along with my bow hunting gear at the end of the season. This past week I decided to pull the camera out and set it up in a few spots I'm looking at hunting. The Crime: The camera, a grand total of 365 days old, no longer works. Wildgame Innovations cleverly offers a 1 yr warranty which has now officially expired. This camera was over 150.00 I'm not sure the exact price. I feel totally ripped off, and when I phoned Wildgame Innovations they informed me my best option may be to buy a later model. Let me remind you over the weekend I purchased my 3rd Wildgame Innovations product which is the 5mp action camera. I am not thrilled with this company and I will do my best to avoid their products in the future. You get what you pay for... in this case I got ripped off hard. Don't fall for the same mistakes this particular camera is low quality and if you expect to get more than 1 year out of this product you may be sadly disappointed.

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