API Outdoors Ultra-Steel Extreme 20' Ladder Stand
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This incredibly strong and stable all-steel API Outdoors® Ultra-Steel® Extreme 20' Ladder Stand will give you the confidence and safety to make your shot count! It boasts a 26" wide by 15" deep, 2" thick cushioned seat with an attached backrest for ultimate all-day comfort. The seat flips up to allow full use of the 24" x 26" foot platform, and adjustable, padded shooting rail flips up and out of the way for bowhunting. Patented adjustable V-Lock™ support bar, ratchet strap, and 2 stabilizer straps ensure secure installation and reliable stability. Includes a full-body safety harness. Height: 17' to platform, 18.5' to seat, 20' to shooting rail. Weight: 75 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: ALS100-S.
- Incredibly strong and stable all-steel stand
- 26" wide by 15" deep, 2" thick cushioned seat
- Attached backrest for ultimate all-day comfort
- Seat flips up
- 24" x 26" foot platform
- Adjustable, padded shooting rail flips up and out of the way for bowhunting
- Patented adjustable V-Lock support bar
- Ratchet strap
- 2 stabilizer straps
- Includes a full-body safety harness
- Height: 17' to platform, 18.5' to seat, 20' to shooting rail
- Weight: 75 lbs.
- Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by LungbusterRON BIG WINNER API
For anyone with back probblems or it has just became to much of a probblem to use a climber because of age or disabilaty this is a BIG / Comfertable easy to use stand. This stand is Rock solid and with NO noise what so ever. I plan on buying atleast 2 more as it is not a stand that you would want to move around all the time. The ONLY thing I would change is putting a sling style seat or Netting style seat like the OL'MAN Stands have, on this stand. If it had this type of seat I would give it 5 stars.
May 18, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by MoAlone needs 3 people to put up
easy enough to put together, but has some flaws, you need 3 tall, strong guys to stand the thing up. The ratchet strap needs to be of better quality, the one I got wouldn’t ratchet and I had to go out and get a replacement one at my local hardware, one shouldn’t have to disassemble the entire thing to move it or store it, it should have wing nuts instead of locking nuts so there is no need for tools in the field
September 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by HonestMike Heavy-duty stand
Just assembled this stand at home so I can practice in my backyard. Nice and tall, very sturdy.
Assembly was fairly easy - except one of the holes was off by 90 degrees! I was able to set up the bracket and drill the correct hole, as I have the proper tools to drill steel. Glad I wasn't out in a cornfield putting it together! Stand is very comfortable. Looking forward to long days afield this bow season.
September 17, 2012
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