TRAIL CAMERAS WILL NO LONGER BE STOLEN You're looking for a simple solution to your problem - the Trail Camera Mount. Using a Cam Guardian will help you keep them safe. Using its 48 inches of steel band, you can secure your cameras to trees with a diameter of up to 15 inches.
Make sure your cameras are protected by following these steps Replace a trail camera for a fraction of the cost by locking up a trail camera with this lock.
Easy and quick to use You can use it on all your cameras One Trail Cam Lock Key Tool is included and it can be used on multiple Trail Cam Locks Those who guard. The star is shaped with a unique center pin, so it cannot be used with regular star wrenches.
The steel is harder to cut than Python because it is harder to work with Don't let honest people get caught up in lies You need to make sure that your cameras will be ready The Cam Guardian is the perfect Trail Camera Tree Mount for Browning Trail Cameras, and it is SO MUCH easier to use than Trail Camera Lock Boxes.
You cannot have BROKEN or FROZEN keys or codes for different cameras if you have multiple keys and codes. Camlock gives you the control you want to SIMPLIFY your system Those who guard.
Questions & Answers
Where can I buy a memory card for this camera?
Only the lock is included in what I have. For demonstration purposes, only the camera shown is shown. It is great luck that the camera had such luck
What is unique about the locking tool that comes with each strap?
There is no specific brand here. It was strange that instead of using the original strap, I had to buy another when the original was lost
Do you know if it works for wildgame innovations 10MP?
A bungee cord can be used instead of a nylon strap to attach Wildgame Innovation cameras to trees. It is possible to view the back of it if you own one. You'll be able to wear it if it has "belt loops"! As a replacement for the nylon strap, the Trail Camera Guardian attaches with the camera. Moreover, Wildgame Innovations offers at least a few different models with a 10 mega pixel resolution. I am happy to research the model further for you if you let me know exactly which one it is. Thanks a lot!
Is it possible to cut through tin with tin shears?
There is one factor that makes it very challenging if the tree truck and band are tightly bonded, it is hard to get leverage. If they could get the leverage they need, they would also need a very good set of tin snips. People will not even think of taking the test if they find out about The only thing some of these people can do is smile at the camera when they trespass on properties.
Selected User Reviews For Trail Camera Lock by Guardian - Game Cam Tree Mount Holder Accessory and Heavy Duty Metal Security Locking Strap To Replace Lockbox and Reduce Theft (48 inch 1 pack)
You've done a great job! Here are a couple Although the product is only good for smaller trees, I wished I could give it five stars, since it works well
I would like to propose a couple of constructive ideas to There's something wrong with the key tool that is used to lock and unlock the computer. I have always been supplied with two keys whenever I have purchased a lock of any kind. Should one go missing, I'll have another to fall back on (or more if I was smart enough to make extras. It was the first I received, and I was unsure what to think Where would I put this if it somehow went missing? If I order another one, how long would it take to get it? Unlike a key that can be duplicated, this cannot be. Further, it would be perfect if someone could create a way to make it so that it can be attached to something, eliminating the chance of it being lost. Nice product, and it is serving my needs well, but that.
| Jan 24, 2021
Unfortunately, I made a mistake
Yes, that is true. There is no way to do this! "Lock" may not be a correct term as it's not actually a lock at all. It's supposed to be a special head screw that requires a special wrench, isn't it? There is no way a squirrel can remove the lock, but a thief on an ATV (or even a passerby) could simply use a Leatherman to turn the knob. The site is in no way secure. While I should have looked closer before I bought, when it said "lock," I was sure it was a Unfortunately, I made a mistake. It is true that tin snips will work perfectly to cut the band. This way, the drivers of the ATVs who are ruining my property will have no problem taking it. Secure it with a real lock.
| Sep 17, 2020
It's not bad, but it could have been In comparison to the strap that comes with these cameras, this is much more secure
My gun was stolen from the tree in the woods 100' behind my house by a low life. Once again, give it a try. This hidden cam will be watched by a second one as well! It would be much more useful if turning the screw once it has been wrapped around the tree would also tighten it more tightly to the tree, just as a hose clamp would do. When you've got it snug, you'll be able to really lock it in. It is necessary to coordinate holding the cam and pulling the strap tight around the tree and holding them together while you tighten As much as I was able to get it tight to the tree, there is plenty of slack, especially behind the edges of the camera due to placement of strap holders at the camera's back. This could be exploited by some low life. hell, if you're going to do that for a $69 camera, you've got a lot of other problems that need your attention. Additionally, I want to mention that. I suggest you smile for the "other" eye in the sky if you do attempt this.
Update 7/20/20 ,,, Be careful with the camera that you wish to use. My trail camera has plastic holding tabs and slots on the reverse of the camera that are perfectly suited to the simple flexible belt strap that comes with most of these cameras. As a security feature I wanted to secure it to the tree, so I thought this might be the best option. Although it worked at first, if you applied pressure to the plastic tabs when trying to co-ordinate this stiff metal band through it, it didn't work as well. You had to tighten to the tree after you had completed that step. It will be easy to snap off the plastic tabs and you will be Knowing the layout of the back of your camera is crucial so you don't end up in the same situation. The camera manufacturer shouldn't have to use flimsy plastic tabs on the back of the unit when the strap could be connected through the body of the unit instead?.
| Dec 29, 2020
I did not think it was worth There is no real security to speak of here
A tree can be attached to it, but it is not strong. There's nothing else to say. Though it appears to be a secure product, I do not believe so. Starfish screws are used as the security for the aluminum strap, which keeps in place. There is no security, so this is a problem. To crank a screw down, you would have to use a very strong force. The mechanism for locking the box does not exist. The screw could be easily loosen with a combination of sized drivers, possibly a Phillips head of similar size. A pair of pliers on the head may also loosen it. There is not much width to the strap. A tin snips or hatchet could be used to cut into the metal. Some progress is better than none, I suppose. A weak mechanism is at work here.
| Jun 15, 2021
Having peace of mind is nice
Throughout my yard at the cabin there is a game trail, so I want to know which animals are kept there. In my opinion, the best location for my camera is at a funnel point at my driveway, but it must be visible from the road. Although you can never tell who's going by, most are harmless neighbors. My purchase included the Guardian and a Moultrie security box to make sure the device stays in place. I haven't run into any issues so far. While I have not seen any evidence of intrusion, I think it would be easier to cut the tree, rather than get through the steel cam nest. It's nice to have a look at what's going on when I'm not watching. Let me know if someone tries something your way by posting a follow-up A check-up is in order.
| Dec 20, 2020
I wouldn't use it unless it was required by the camera
A game cam that I had, for some reason unknown to me, didn't have the standard cable lock loop you would typically find on one. There was only one solution I found a device that would lock the flat strap in place, such as this one. The device passes through the same slotted openings that an ordinary fabric strap would normally pass It is the design of the camera that bothers me, but this is a more difficult alternative than a The locking mechanism works, but there is no way to open it Using a proof screw to secure your belongings instead of a lock. One of the biggest issues I encountered was trying to feed a strap through the slots and this locking strap as well. In general, it is preferable to leave off the fabric strap and use this alone. When you try to tighten this strap without changing the position of your camera, it is very stiff and unforgiving, which makes it nearly impossible for you to position and point your camera where you want it. The nylon strap was chosen in place of this strap - I did not want to use the leather strap anymore. Whenever it caught my eye I would begin begging someone to take it so that I could buy one with an actual cable lock loop incorporated It is designed to safeguard against theft and piracy Getting up is the first step!.
| May 16, 2021