API Outdoors Alumi-Tech Quest Climbing Treestand
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API Outdoors® Alumi-Tech® Quest Climbing Treestand boasts a large 19"x12"x4" thick seat cushion and a 19"x25"x2" thick backrest cushion; entire seat is insulated for the all-day hunter, and also features pouches. Padded armrests with an inside climber dimension of 21"x28" add to the overall comfort factor. Other features include streamlined design that decreases overall weight and enhances performance, traction ridges on all platforms, and reinforced closed triangular extrusions that deaden sound and increase strength. All API treestands come with a full-body safety harness with climbing belt, suspension relief strap, and DVD. The Quest also includes an accessory bag, backpack straps, and coated steel climbing chains. Platform: 20" x 26". Weight: 26 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 350 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: GCL605-A.
- Insulated seat for the all-day hunter
- Pouches for storage
- Large 19" x 12" x 4" thick seat cushion
- 19" x 25" x 2" thick backrest cushion
- Padded armrests
- Inside climber dimension of 21" x 28"
- Streamlined design decreases overall weight and enhances performance
- Traction ridges on all platforms
- Reinforced closed triangular extrusions deaden sound and increase strength
- Full-body safety harness with climbing belt
- Suspension relief strap
- Instructional DVD
- Accessory bag and backpack straps
- Coated steel climbing chains
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by SigGuy First time tree stand buyer
A co-worker was happy with his API climber and I checked them out and purchased the Quest.
After 4 or so practice sessions on a tall pine I got to where I could get up and down really well. Adjusting the rope that connects to seat bracket to the foot platform was critical in speeding up the climb and the descent.
Once at altitude the seating was very nice. I feel sure that when cold weather arrives that seating cushioning will offer welcome insulation from long cold hours of waiting. At this time of late September however, I'm wondering if I could loose the foam seating to save a few pounds to make the hike-in lighter.
September 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by mirrorkilla only one thing wrong
this stand folds flat, when unfolded each section has a secured nut which braces the stand in the open position, these two nuts are secured with cable to the frame of the stand. second time I put stand into my truck the thin cables broke . lucky for me it fell into my truck and not while I was in the woods. so I leave them threaded into the stand. this solved the noise problem of the bolts banging against the frame while packing it into the woods. other than that its a great climber.
February 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cashmoney Stand of the Future
The Quest Climbing Stand is absolutely the best stand I have every used. I own a Summit, Tree Lounge & 2 other API Grand Slams. The new ideas used to make this stand like attaching the clips & knobs to put the stand together are very inovative. I have dropped pins & knobs trying to attach to a tree in the dark and no fun. The new Seat is like sitting in a Captains Chair and the additional room is just 1 of the added bonuses. & the V-bracket that folds down to transport makes the stand lay flat. I truly believe other deer hunters designed this stand because it seems to have everything you would want all rolled up in 1. I am 61 years old and it's the only one I use now, easy to assemble onto the tree & easier to climb with. Now if I can just stay awake while sitting in the new seat, I might see something.
December 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Psycho1967 Great purchace for the price.
I bought this stand on sale and it has been a very easy stand to work with along with being comfortable stand to sit in.
November 4, 2013
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