18" x 12" x 1" seat cushion with attached backrest
Camo accessory bag
Coated steel climbing chains, foot straps, and fasteners
Includes a full-body safety harness
Inside Climber: 20" x 27"
Platform: 20" x 27"
Weight: 21 lbs.
Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Aluminum stand features padded armrests, a climbing seat bar, and a 20" x 27" platform for plenty of foot room. 18" x 12" x 1" seat cushion has attached backrest. Includes camo accessory bag, backpack straps, coated steel climbing chains, foot straps, and fasteners. Includes a full-body safety harness. Inside Climber: 20" x 27". Platform: 20" x 27". Weight: 21 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Rated 4 out of 5 by rhod Good product for the money
I just recently purchased this stand. I have used it 8-10 times so far. I have been very pleased with the ease of use. It is light enough to pack in without being a burden. It is roomy, and the seat is comfortable enough for extended sits. I would recommend to anyone looking for an affordable quality stand.
October 31, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by SinkerX Great Purchase
I reallly like the stand it is very comfortable and lightweight to carry, the only concerns was the instructions on putting it together for the foot strap it was very vague on how it was suppose to work, and the harness that come with it was really big.
October 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by redneckron Value for the price
Did not like the foot stap desighn, all and all is a good product for the price.
September 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by orrjosh great purchase
this treestand is very high qaulity for the price.its very easy to put together an to use...i would recommend it to any one
September 24, 2011
I had trouble myself. I only used the shoulder strap section. I put the shoulder straps in between the tree spikes and connected the 2 smaller straps on the 2nd bar up on the platform. I doubt this is right but it works. I wish they would have connected those when they ship it.
Well the chains hook to the arms of the climber with safety pins the pins won't fall out and to ease your mind if your still a little nervous once you start climbing and sit in the seat there is pressure on the pins ffrom your body weight
They can fit inside one another but the top and bottom of the different sections must be positioned on opposite ends. You have to reposition the backpack straps to make this work so you will have to do some trial and error.
people dont like the pins, and chains...but they bite into the tree and there safe and lite...those 2 things are something you cant go without...um personally my fav. stand as a climber, and with API you can climb bigger tree's in diameter with chains system
You might search online to see if you can find a few different video that show someone using this style of stand. Also, the link below is a Owner's Manual for another API Stand that has instructions on climbing: http://www.apioutdoors.com/images/s...