Soft, comfortable and flexible form-fitting fingergrip.
A referee whistle like no other!
Introducing the NEW Fox 40 Caul! The Caul is Fox 40’s first fingergrip-style whistle designed specifically to encompass a flexible fingergrip. Composed of a strong polycarbonate body with integrated over-mold CMG technology, Fox 40 has combined the pealess whistle and fingergrip together in one continuous design.
Dual-chamber pealess technology, combined with years of proprietary research and development, has resulted in a one-of-a-kind all-encompassing whistle and fingergrip. The Fox 40 Caul features a sleek design and highly-durable yet flexible rubber form-fitting fingergrip. Fox 40 has evolved traditional beat pea-style technology in to a pealess-style whistle without compromising the traditional harmonized trill tone. Crisp loud sound and extremely easy to blow.
Named "The Caul" in honor of the late John McCauley, former NHL Referee and Director of Officiating.
Design: Dual-chamber pealess
Sound Power: 110 dB
Each product is carefully inspected before being shipped, however errors can and will happen. We warrant this product to be free of defect, damage, and quality related issues. Anything not meeting your level of satisfaction, can be returned for a full refund within 7 days of purchase. Only unopened CD/DVD products can be returned for a full return. This warranty does not cover products misused, abused, or normal wear and tear.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Mar 2014
I liked the streamlined design in a finger whistle. I tried for 4-5 games and found that the sound was too "different" from the rest of the crew - to the point of distraction. I was getting constant comments from coaches, sideline assistants - even a few from friends that figured out it was my whistle from the TV telecast.
Posted by jimmi riisom on 27th Sep 2012
excellent help by the people in the office, super quick shipment and the product was as i hoped for
Posted by Unknown on 21st Jun 2012
I was very impressed with the whistle's style and how it fit in the hand. However upon blowing the whistle I realized it was much lounder than my other Fox Mini Finger whistle. May not use the new whistle due to the decibles.
Posted by Unknown on 21st May 2012
First, I think this whistle looks very sharp and has a strong signal sound.
My concern is, as I have tried it outside a few times, with the two chambers essentially facing the user's head and ears, is it going to be too strong and possibly damaging to one's hearing? I found my ears were ringing after just a few toots on it. That happens with the Fox 40 at the beginning of the season, but does seem to pass (or I spend the season partially deaf, who knows?). But this sound is even stronger.