First Look: Primos Double Bull SurroundView Blind

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posted on January 23, 2018
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It works like a two-way mirror—you can see out 360 degrees, but that deer will never know what lurks inside. Dubbed as the first “blind without a blind spot,” the Primos Double Bull SurroundView blind utilizes a see-through fabric to allow complete visual awareness without the need to open windows.   

“The basis of the technology is a special tiny pinhole pattern,” explained Jason Harris, Senior Product Manager for Double Bull. “Thousands of very small holes dot the fabric. On the outside, the camo print and natural light force human and animal eyes to focus on the camo, making the holes ‘invisible.’ On the inside, the black print and darkened interior allow your eyes to focus on the holes, so you see ‘through’ the fabric.”

Of course, as blinds go, the SurroundView is already at the top of its class with standard Double Bull features, like easy set-up and take-down via its patented hub design, durable material and Primos Truth camo pattern.

The SurroundView blind will be available in three different models—the 360°, 270° and 180°. The 360°, as you might have guessed, comes with four “see-through” walls and one moveable “blackout” wall for the interior, offering 360 degrees of unobstructed viewing. The 270° sports three “see-through” walls and one blackout wall, and the 180° houses two “see-through” walls and two “blackout” walls.  

The Primos Double Bull SurroundView blinds will be available starting Feb. 1, 2018. MSRP: 360°, $499; 270°, $399; 180°, $299.

For more information on the new Primos Double Bull SurroundView Blind, go to primos.com.

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