November 25th, 2009, 02:28 PM
Human Energy Concealment Systems-NEW HUNTING TECH
Exciting new technology here! It will be unveiled at the ATA show.
Check out www.hecsllc.com
This is the next big thing in hunting technology!
November 26th, 2009, 12:34 PM
check out this website people this is very interesting.
November 26th, 2009, 12:51 PM
Normally I would have said oh no not another gimmick and went on by. But a name caught my eye. It seems the President and head honcho of Winners Choice strings is invovled in this venture. I dont think it is a product I would spend money on but it is probably more credible than I thought.
November 26th, 2009, 12:57 PM
well it is at the least very interesting. Mike does give the technology some credibility. but that being said I would love to see more data from some specialized biologists on ungulate vision. but it is still interesting and fun to talk about.
December 12th, 2009, 02:27 PM
We will have a lot more information at the launch at the ATA show.
We are also working on a complete redesign of the web site to better show the technology, the results of the independent testing that has been done, and also what we know it can do for the hunter.
Also just for the record, Scott Eastman former VP of PSE as well as Former VP of Limbsaver is heading this company up as the new CEO. Just to be able to attain such an experienced person to head HECS also said a lot to me. Scott is a first rate bow hunter who has experience with HECS clothing and just happens to be a high profile hunting industry figure with loads of experience and know how. For Scott to agree to come on board to lead the effort to get the technology out to the masses says volumes about the products potential to the hunting industry.
HECS is far from a gimmick. In fact we are confident that HECS technology will be seen as the biggest advancement in hunting concealment since camouflage.
I know that is a big statement, but after using the prototype product for the past 2 years and hearing reports from others who have tested it for us I truly believe that statement to be true.
Check it out at ATA booth 2445 or at a retailer near you very soon. www.hecsllc.com
Defeat the 6th sense- “GET THE HECS ON!”
Pres. HECS LLC
CEO- Winner's Choice Custom Bowstrings Inc.
December 12th, 2009, 02:42 PM
mike will you be at the NABA show as well?
December 14th, 2009, 06:30 PM
Yes, NABA booth 428
Also at NBS in Ft Worth as well not sure of the booth number yet.
December 16th, 2009, 12:35 AM
after discussing this system with a physical therapist friend who deals much with energy in the human body, I wanted to tell you all that this system should be very seriously looked at by all hunters. The nervous system (which controls all funtions in the body) is one huge electrical system. By dispersing these spikes in electromagnetic energy from a centralized area to a much larger area this system should effectively fool the animals "sixth sense".
so you all know I am in no way connected to hecs. I just wanted to share some of my independent research with you.
December 22nd, 2009, 09:51 PM
Check out the HECS web site at www.hecsllc.com
this is truly biggest improvement and innovation in hunting concealment since camouflage!
I know that is a big statement, but we believe that soon many of you will agree. Check it out!
December 23rd, 2009, 06:43 AM
Interesting for sure. When will prices be released?
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December 23rd, 2009, 09:13 AM
GIMMICK, but I bet they make some money off it as there will be plenty that buy into this and are always looking for an easy way to make them a "better" hunter. Comparing the way that a shark detects injured prey in water is very different then air.
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December 23rd, 2009, 09:22 AM
This will be very interesting. Twice this year I had bucks come into me with perfect conditions and both times the deer hung up within 10 yards of my stand (no shot opportunity). They just stood there looking in all directions and acted real funny. Wind was minimal blowing from them to me, I was about 25 feet high. Neither time did they look up, blow, or run. They just stopped and new something was not right. I can tell you the adrenaline was pumping because both times they were big bucks. After staying put for about 15 minutes they just turned around and walked back the way they came in. One of the bucks I called back in twice and he did the same thing everytime.
December 23rd, 2009, 12:07 PM
I've talked to a cpl people who have used it and heard reports of others from people I have known for a long time.
"Freaky" is how they describe their experiences with it. The animals see them, know they are there, but just don't care.
December 23rd, 2009, 01:21 PM
When someone goes off the coast of Australia and chums in about 5 great whites and then puts on a pair of long johns made of this stuff and takes a swim for a couple of hours, then I might buy me a complete suit of this stuff. So far all I have seen is smoke and mirrors. I will keep an open mind but a closed wallet for now.
December 23rd, 2009, 01:57 PM
I can certainly understand why some of you are looking at HECS so negatively. The fact is that this is new technology that has never before been used by hunters will, in the beginning, certainly have its critics.
I am sure that Guglielmo Marconi, and Nikola Tesla, had the same kind of criticism when they were introducing the invisible radio wave to the world as well.
Now I certainly cannot compare the HECS discovery to the invention of radio, as it has been well known and documented for decades that all living organisms emit electromagnetic energy, and that energy travels outside the body. The idea that animals can in fact sense this energy is also backed by independent scientific research that has taken years to assemble. The effectiveness of the Faraday cage in blocking EMR is also well documented and certainly not new either. The conductive fiber grid in HECS fabric is effectively using the Faraday Cage principle (well know and documented fact) to block the EMR that all living objects product (Also well known and documented fact)from reaching game animals which are proven to have the ability to sense these fields.
Also I can certainly not dispute the fact that game animals are being successfully hunted every year and are sometimes taken at very close range (I myself have taken a good number in the past) but that does not mean that another advantage would not be useful. There is no doubt that there are variables in play with the individual animal’s ability to pick up on the EM energy we all emit. Certainly during times when the atmospheric conditions exist where energy travels best (calm, dry, cool) will also be the times when the HECS garment will be the most effective.
We believe strongly that the age and experience of the individual animal also has an effect on how well attuned that individual is to EM energy. Simply put the more experience an animal has with associating increased EM energy to danger the more attentive he will be when he encounters that energy again.
We can also measure differences in EM energy levels emitted from one human to the next as well as differences when an individual human has changes in excitement level (heart rate). Movement also creates massive spikes in EM energy (again proven fact) and those levels can vary from one individual to another depending on the muscle mass being energized and other factors.
Blocking that energy is simply another tool that hunters can use to help them get close, stay undetected and get away with more movement. Those who have been able to use the HECS technology so far can certainly attest to this added advantage.
Just for the record, we have no affiliation with Scent Loc or any other clothing company. Also the web site is currently going through some major revisions which will be done very soon, and will help explain the technology much more effectively (thank you for your patience).
HECS will be in ATA booth 2445, as well as in many other shows throughout the country. We will begin shipping product in late January 2010, and MSRP for the entire suit (including shirt,pant,and headnet) is $179.99.
Before you make up your mind about the concept please do yourself a favor and come by and see HECS for yourself.
New technology is not always a gimmick. I remember some other so called “gimmicks” that have come along such as the compound bow, bow sights and release aids just to name a few that are not exactly looked at like that anymore. We are confident that as soon as people give HECS a chance it will change the way hunters look at concealment.
Pres. HECS LLC
December 23rd, 2009, 02:37 PM
So is the suit meant to be used over other clothing or against the skin????
December 23rd, 2009, 02:56 PM
On your web page you make the following claim
Can you provide a link to the testing done or to any peer reviewed papers that you use to support this statement?
Through scientific testing it has now been proven that this energy which is emitted by the hunter is the cause of the “6th sense” dilemma.
January 19th, 2010, 10:04 PM
There are some great videos on HECS website, we are offering this on our website for 159.99 I can't wait to try it out this turkey season since our deer season just ended.
It makes sense, I can't wait to try it out!
January 19th, 2010, 10:43 PM
The theory sounds good but I watched the video and I have to say I can get that close to deer wearing street clothes if i am in a blind an the wind is right. I think you need a little more proof to convine the average guy that the stuff really works. Some of the footage said x amount of yards but it showed nothing to prove that. I would like to see the camera behind someone so you have a point of reference of the distance. Right now I am a non-beliver but I have an open mind so I'll keep watching this thread to see if something changes my mind
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January 19th, 2010, 11:30 PM
Like LONGBOW42 says
I say GIMMICK for sure . Odor has nothing to do with any type of electrical field . If these things work so good why don't they test them with a bloodhound's nose . As far as who the CEO or manager is it won"t matter , they all want to make a buck . In 6 months these will be in the bargain bin.
January 19th, 2010, 11:58 PM
i wont say gimmick, and just like anything else, it cant hurt can it? what if it does work? i dont have the money to buy it, but maybe wearing it one day could make the difference between taking the trophy of a lifetime and not.
January 20th, 2010, 12:01 AM
Their product has nothing to do with odor control. Pretty sure that's why they didn't test with a blood hound.
Originally Posted by Mach 10
May 3rd, 2010, 05:31 PM
It's interesting that this very good and basic question has gone completely ignored for all of this time.
Originally Posted by jindydiver
May 3rd, 2010, 06:18 PM
I assumed that the silence meant there was no evidence
Originally Posted by DParker
May 3rd, 2010, 07:29 PM
Hey guys this product really is no gimmick. We were @ the 2010 ATA Show w/ HECS and we shot a video with them. Hope this helps! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPOm_NnTVwE
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