I've got an Avery Finisher and I love it. It's got plenty of room for me and it is very comfortable. It only takes about a minute or two to get it set up, very easy. It's kinna big when it's folded up but it has a shoulder strap. There's plenty of other blinds out there that are good. some of my friends of Power Hunter's and Migrators and they really like them.
I am a kinda big guy and really like my Xlander. Not as much room as a Top Gun, but I bought it for the low profile, quality, and it is more comfortable than the other low profile blinds on the market.
I have an Avery Power Hunter and for those locations you have to walk into it is a great blind for the money. If we are hunting wheat or corn were we can drive in the field and drop off equipment I use my Final Approach Pro-Guide everytime. The power hunter is like a sleeping bag but very light and easy to carry. The F/A pro guide is big like a coffin and very roomy and comfortable. I am a big guy 6'2'' 270 and I fit in there with plenty of room with one of my Labs, gun, shells, hunting bag and camera. It just depends on what you will be using it for, the Power hunter is also very low profile which is nice in low stubble or plowed fields.
I picked up 2 power hunters for SoDak this fall, must say that I like the low profile of them, but they are like a sleeping bag, like bulock said. I also have 2 finishers, sold my 3rd out in SoDak this year. I really like them, had a Final Approach XLander, sold that after owning it a week, never even had it out in the field. Just too small for me and my dog.
There's a lot of blinds out there, but I'd have to say, for the best bang for the buck, get a Khaki Finisher, $200 is a very hard price to beat with the pop, shell and flag holders now standard..
Good luck with your choice, there's a lot out there!!!
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