Transcript from Steve's Video:
This is the Avery HexaBumper. The HexaBumper is a little different from every other bumper on the market in that instead of being round, it is a six-sided dummy. It changes the way the dog grips it just a little bit, which has been real popular with folks. The V-grip design is set up to help the dog hold it in his mouth easier, especially when it's wet and slimy.
It comes in three different colors -- white, which is easiest for your dogs to see, orange, which is hardest for your dogs to see, mainly used for blind retrieves, and then what's called a flasher, which is a little different. It's a black and white dummy. Little different from most black and white dummies that we've seen. Generally, black and white dummies are half black and half white on this side, where the flasher has black and white sides. It looks a little different when it's going through the air.
The beauty of a black and white dummy is that it's going to stand out in any background situation. It's going to be easier for the dog to see when it's going through the air. It's going to be easier to see on a dark background or a light background, so they are great for marking.
All the Avery dummies come with a throw rope already attached, even in different colors. You can get black and white with the black and white. You get white with the white dummy. And then you get black with the orange.
Comes in two different sizes. The regular size is 2x10. The jumbo size is 3x11. I like a jumbo size because it's a little more natural for a dog. It gets them used to picking up either a duck or a pheasant. So, as they get bigger I'm going to go with a bigger size dummy. It's just a little more getting them used to what they're going to be doing in the field.