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High Sensitivity Roller Wheel Detection, with 5 levels – RWD, for the wariest of bites if needed
Drop Back differentiation + Recoil elimination
Auto Night light with 4 different colours, adjustable from the Hubb
2 sockets with rubber covers that fold away neatly
The Q2 pairs to the Hubb or QR Hubb
It has a 2km line of sight range of transmission, whilst not to encourage anglers to be too far from their rods
Battery Indication upon turn on, as well as 1000 hours of standby time
Anti-theft-power down alert to the Hubb
All of this and more. Sealed in a strong, robust, weatherproof case
|Bite Alarm Colour||Multi|
|Type of Fishing||Carp|
The Q2 is the least expensive of the of the Icon range, but don’t let that fool you it still has an outstanding range of features to suit the modern-day specialist angler. All the Icon range have undergone long-term testing during development. Development which took place here in Britain, where they are manufactured, yes, manufactured in Britain!
High Viz LED’S with a choice of 4 colours to match your bobbins or turn them off for Stealth mode as they are adjustable, the latching time can be adjusted from the Hubb, as can Sensitivity, tone and volume.
The Q2’s main features are as follows-
High Sensitivity Roller Wheel Detection, with 5 levels – RWD, for the wariest of bites if needed.
Drop Back differentiation. Recoil elimination.
Auto Night light with 4 different colours, adjustable from the Hubb.
2 sockets with rubber covers that fold away neatly, which consist of an Indicator Port for Illuminated indicators, and a separate IQ port to attach to wired accessories.
The Q2 pairs to the Hubb or QR Hubb. There is a pairing button for ease of pairing.
It has a 2km line of sight range of transmission, whilst not to encourage anglers to be too far from their rods, a strong signal is necessary to ensure immediate contact between the Alarm and Receiver without any lag time, the connection is instantaneous.
Battery Indication upon turn on, as well as 1000 hours of standby time. Local Mute button. Hard Case that will protect the alarm.
Anti-theft-power down alert to the Hubb.
All of this and more. Sealed in a strong, robust, weatherproof case.
We believe this is an alarm to withstand the test of time and use, we are so confident of this, we are offering a 2-year warranty, plus one extra year when the purchase is registered with Wolf.
The receiver of the future, is that too bold a statement? We don’t think so. As with all the Icon range, the Hubb is developed and manufactured in Britain. This is not just a receiving unit to repeat what the alarms are telling you, it’s a control unit and transmitter as well.
Here are some of the features of this incredible unit-
LCD display for navigating through the menu and settings.
LED’s to indicate backwards and forwards movement on the alarm, flash on dropback, latch on with forward movement.
7 Hi Viz LED colours to choose from, to mirror the alarm it is paired to. The colours of the nightlight can be set from the Hubb and can be on Manual or Auto.
The Hubb can connect up to 24 devices, 12 wireless and 12 wired and save them so you do not have to reconfigure settings.
Link Response and Range Check.
Volume adjustment on the Hubb itself. You can have low volume on the alarms and higher volume on the Hubb.
Tone replication of the paired alarm, using the Advanced menu on the Hubb, the tone on the alarm can be changed as well as volume, sensitivity and latching time.
Battery level indicator.
Key Click can be on or off.
Global mute for all paired items.
Rumble alert can be on or off and is instantaneous.
500 hours in standby.
2km line of sight transmit range, as with the alarms we do not advocate this distance to be used in fishing situations, it demonstrates the strength of the signal.
Built-in flip out stand.
Time and date feature, also event history check ability.
5 languages to choose from.
So, it isn’t just a receiver and transmitter, It’s a control centre for all your Wolf paired items, such as an intruder alarm, Bivvy light etc.
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