Looking for the ideal combination of weight, cutting speed and value in an ice auger? Look no further than the StrikeMaster Lazer Mag [Product 'Lazer%20Mag' not found!] …the fastest, lightest, most powerful auger on the ice.
“When it comes to the quality components that deliver performance and reliability, StrikeMaster doesn’t cut corners,” says ICE FORCE Pro-Staffer Tony Roach, a full-time guide on famed hardwater fishery Mille Lacs Lake. “Only StrikeMaster augers feature heat-treated gears machined and made in the U.S., German-engineered Solo engines and Swedish-made Mora blades.”
So if you’re looking to get an auger this winter, look closely at the components. Does the auger’s engine carry the Solo name? If it does, it’s a StrikeMaster. Look no further. If it doesn’t, look elsewhere.
With the StrikeMaster Lazer Mag’s 42 cc, 2.5 horsepower Solo engine, you’ll enjoy first-pull reliability. If it doesn’t say “Solo,” it’s not a StrikeMaster and you don’t know what you’re getting.
Look again – is the auger you’re considering made with Mora blades? If not, you’re looking at disappointment.
Only StrikeMaster augers come standard with Mora blades. Swedish-made, Mora’s twin, stainless steel Lazer blades are the sharpest and strongest available. No other blades cut faster, with less effort.
Look under the hood. Do you find heat-treated gears machined and made in the USA? No? You could be looking at trouble, come first ice. With its American-made StrikeMaster transmission and gears, the Lazer Mag performs even better than it looks.
Ice anglers who’ve long relied on the Lazer Mag’s ideal combination of weight, cutting speed and value will look you in the eye when testifying why they started with StrikeMaster and never looked back.
“You’ll drill more holes in less time with a StrikeMaster Lazer Mag [Product 'Lazer%20Mag' not found!] …the fastest, lightest, most powerful auger on the ice,” Roach advises. “Your first time drilling a hole with a Solo-powered StrikeMaster with Lazer blades, you’ll immediately appreciate the StrikeMaster difference.”
Look to the innovator, not the imitators. If the auger you’re looking at boasts a Solo engine, Mora blades and American-made gears and transmission, look no further. If it doesn’t, don’t give it a second look. It’s not a StrikeMaster and it won’t perform like one.