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|Bite Alarm Colour||Blue|
|No. of Rods||1|
|Type of Fishing||Carp|
Producing innovative fishing tackle since the late 1960s Fox is a renowned brand that encompasses multiple ranges and disciplinesalways with practically at the heart of its products.
Fox Micron MXr+ alarm comes with built-in I-Com Transmitter Technology so that they work with a receiverperfect for the angler that often finds themselves popping in and out of their bivvy whilst they wait for a bite.
Available in 2-rod. 3-rod and 4-rod presentation sets these Fox alarms allow carp anglers to convert a 2-rod setup into a 3-rod setup and a 3-rod setup into a 4-rod with ease and upgrading your chances of a landing a fish.
The MXr+ alarms feature weatherproof sealed case paired with top quality digital circuitry and low battery drain to create a durablelong-lasting bite alarm that can be used day-in and day-out at the bank. With a D-Tec Sensing System and a CNC machined Tru Run roller wheelanglers can expect more bite detection reliability.
Your rods are kept safe thanks to the increased ear height and the rubber ear inlayshelping the fishing line will run through smoothly without causing false indications caused by the elements. The Mxr+ alarms also feature a top-quality Cone Speaker for enhanced sound quality that can be changed using the adjustable volume knob.
Personalisation does not stop there as you will also find an adjustable Tone and a Dual Step Sensitivity control allows you to make the alarm more or less sensitive depending on the situation you are faced with. The alarms will come with either a blue or red LED.
The receiver within the sets offers an excess of 200m in ranging distance from the alarms. The signal strength ensures that no matter the weather conditionsbuild up in foliage or general terrain of your swim you will get a clear signal transmitted back to your receiver at all times when in and around your swim.
To protect your alarmsboth Mr+ and MXr+ presentation sets come supplied in a hardwearing plastic case with foam inserts. The Fox bite alarms also come supplied with a screwdriver and receiver lanyard to keep changing batteries easy.
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