20" wide by 15" deep seat cushion is a full 2" thick
Seat rotates 360º
Padded armrests and backrest
Height: 17' to platform, 18.5' to seat, 20' to shooting rail
Weight: 165 lbs.
Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
All-steel deluxe tripod measures 20' to the full-surround shooting rail, so you can strike from above with complete surprise! The 42" wide by 42" deep foot platform gives you lots of room for standing shots, and the 20" wide by 15" deep seat cushion is a full 2" thick for incredible all-day comfort. It also rotates 360º for full coverage of the shooting field, and features padded armrests and backrest. Height: 17' to platform, 18.5' to seat, 20' to shooting rail. Weight: 165 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: ATP506-S.
NOTE: Full-body safety harness not included with API Tripod Stands.
Rated 4 out of 5 by NOSTRODAMAS BIRDS EYE VIEW
I PURCHASED THIS STAND IN 2011. IT TOOK TWO PEOPLE TO PUT IT TOGETHER AND LIFT IT UP. I RECOMEND A COME-A-LONG OR A WENCH OF SOME KIND TO RAISE IT. THIS TRIPOD PUTS YOU UP WHERE THE BIRDS ARE. THE FIRST TIME I WENT TO SIT IN IT THOUGH IT HAD BLOWN OVER UP AGAINST A TREE. LUCKLY I WAS ABLE TO STAND IT UP STRAIGHTBY MYSELF. THE SECOND TIME IT HAD BLOWN OVER AGAIN. THE STAKES FOR THE LEGS WERE TO SMALL SO I TIED IT DOWN WITH A CABLE FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE PLATFORM DOWN TO A TRAILER TIE-DOWN. IT HASN'T BLOWN OVER SINCE. THERE ARE A FEW RUST SPOTS NOW SHOWING. JUST SPRAYED WITH RUSTOLUM PAINT THIS YEAR. I COULDN'T BUILD ONE FOR THE PRICE THAT I PAID. JUST A FEW MODIFICATIONS THAT I WOULD RECOMMEND. CABLE TIE DOWNS WITH AN ANCHOR AND RUST GUARD PAINT FOR ALL THE BOLTS AND WELDED JOINTS AND SLIP JOINTS. ALSO A CAMO SKIRT AND A CANOPY WOULD BE A NICE OPTION
May 2, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Chris36695 Tends to get blown over in high winds
I bought this stand prior to the last hunting season and only sat in it once before it was blown over. Prior to this season, i had 2 friends help me get the stand up and move it. This evening, I just walked a long ways only to find it laying on the ground again. The stakes that come with stand are useless and so is a 20 tri-pod always laying on its side.
December 22, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by GMG3 Not so Good
Frist it is a real pain to assemble need at least two people, Instructions are very hard to follow, platform needs to be wider, shooting rail needs another 6 inches of adjustment for taller shooters sitting down. was missing the anchor stakes.
December 14, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Baxter33 Poor Quality
The stakes are weak and bend easily, the pads come with zippers that failed to zip; take zip ties with you to the field so you can attach the pads. API doesn't make a camo blind kit for this, you have to make your own. After one month in the weather, the stand as a lot of rust showing, even though we experienced a record drought the summer of '12. Stand lacks quality workmanship for a $400 price tag.
September 17, 2012