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Gardner ATTs Underlit Wheel Bite Alarms x 3 + V2 ATTx Deluxe Receiver Rubberised finish – Soft touch non-reflective rubberised finish for total rod protection
Built-In Transmitter – Compatible with the ATTx V2 Receiver (only) – the alarms must be programmed into a ATTx V2 receiver, which provides all the audible and vibratory indication
No Buttons or knobs for increased reliability – Put your rod on it and it’s ready to use
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Gardner ATTs Underlit Wheel Bite Alarms x 3 + V2 ATTx Deluxe Receiver *New*Alarm Specification
Rubberised finish Soft touch non-reflective rubberised finish for total rod protection.
Built-In Transmitter Compatible with the ATTx V2 Receiver (only) the alarms must be programmed into a ATTx V2 receiver, which provides all the audible and vibratory indication.
No Buttons or knobs for increased reliability Put your rod on it and it's ready to use.
Intelligent Protective Hard Case as Standard This also acts as the ON/OFF switch for your ATTs, disabling the battery when fitted remove the Hard Case to turn the ATTs ON.
100% Watertightand we mean 100%! The absence of buttons, jack-plug sockets and speakers reduces the risk of water ingress and electronics damage.
High 'Ears' To prevent lateral rod movement and reduce the risk of a rod being pulled off the alarm on vicious takes.
Unique 'False Beep' System The ATTs introduces a bite detection system that will not cause false beeping like other roller wheel alarms do. (Patented)
Digital Circuitry The ATTs alarm comes with a high standard of digital circuitry and FM Radio for total reliabilty and performance.
Low Battery Warning System signals the ATTx receiver which will beep to warn the user of a low battery state on any ATTs head.
Full 2-year Gardner/ATT Warranty as with the V2 ATTx System and other recently-released ATT products.
Multi-coloured user-changeable 2, 4 or 6 magnet roller wheels are available separately With the 2 magnet wheel the receiver beeps once per 1cm of line movement. With the 4 magnet wheel the receiver beeps once per 0.5cm of line movement. The 6 magnet wheel is ultra-sensitive and beeps once per 0.33cm of line movement. The ATTs is supplied with a Black 2 magnet wheel as standard.
Betalight Slot on each ear Dedicated ATTs Tritium Max Betalights are sold separately.
Brass Fittings fixing bolt and nut will not corrode.
Ultra-compact and lightweight With dimensions of 34mm x 21mm x 63mm it is easily the smallest alarm available on the market.
Supplied already fitted with a?Free Test Battery?as Standard. ?( remember to change batteries when you get the alarms as the test batteries do not last long)
Available in 7 different LED Colours Blue, White, Red, Green, Orange, Yellow and Purple. The ATTx Receiver is also available with all these LED options.
Height = 61mm, Width = 33mm, Depth = 21mm.
Set of 3 Alarms supplied with V2 ATTx Deluxe Receiver
When combined with the ATTs heads or ATTx transmitter systems The ATT Deluxe Receiver sets a new benchmark for wireless bite alarm receiver systems.So what does it do that the V2 receiver doesn't?
The Deluxe Receiver now features an in-built stub aerial that gives the receiver extra range and it now uses 2 AA batteries. This small change means that the unit has longer working life on each set of batteries and it also helps to increase the workable range of the receiver, improving the signals penetration of foliage.The casing is still the same high quality soft touch finish and is now fully waterproof!Significant improvements to the electronics mean that receiver now has 10 independent channels (twice that of the standard receiver) and each channel can be programmed to a different tone output; selected from the 21 tones available.Volume is adjusted through 5 settings using the SSI (Silent Step Increment) system, controlled by the '+' and '' buttons on the side of the receiver, with the volume being indicated by the LED display on the front of the unit.You still have the choice of Vibrate on/ off, but this is now complimented by the vibrate mode automatically switching on when the speaker output is reduced to silent.Another really nice improvement is that the first bleep is no longer a 'double bleep'.Finally, the receiver is supplied 7 colour lenses (5 fitted and 2 optional colours), with all the colours available to purchase for those anglers that want to customise the colour array they are using.
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