The Scent Diffusing Mist Machine is an automatic hunting scent dispersal device that can be either an attractant such as urine, or a cover scent to help mask the smell of the hunters.
Inventor Justin Charles Morgan of Cordova, AL has created an automatic hunting scent dispersal device that can be either an attractant such as urine, or a cover scent to help mask the smell of hunters.
Over the years, modern advances in hunting equipment have enhanced the sport. Although many of these products are high-technology devices, some old-fashioned, tried and true methods still are in use today. An example of this is the use of various scents to attract game animals such as deer. Other scents are used to mask the odor of a human hunter. However, no matter the nature of the scent or how it is used, it must be dispersed. Current methods involve the hunter spraying or releasing such scents in a manual fashion. However, the scent is then contaminated with the scent of the user as well. Additionally, some scents wear off quickly and must be periodically reapplied to be totally effective. Inventor Morgan has created a means by which scents used in various hunting applications can be applied in a manner which addresses these concerns.
This clever new invention is easy to use. It increases the chance of hunting success. The scent automatically disperses. It is powered by a life-long lithium-ion battery. It is recharged by a USB port. The use of the Scent Diffusing Mist Machine provides hunters a definite advantage when hunting wild game in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.