Banded Deluxe Slough Stool
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- Hunting stool specially designed for hunting in shallow water/shoreline
- 120º degree swivel for ease of tracking birds on the swing
- Tough steel tube construction
- Anchoring feet provide stability and a sure base
- Oversized 15-1/2'' x 14'' padded seat with integrated back rest for comfort
- Adjustable height - 26-1/2'' to 34''
- Carrying strap included
Hunt waterfowl from shallow water or the shoreline more comfortably with the Banded Deluxe Slough Stool. This convenient hunting seat eliminates the need for hunters to stand, kneel, or sit uncomfortably when hunting in or by a slough or other marshy area. Lightweight and comfortable, the slough stool's durable steel tube construction and anchoring feet provide stability and a secure hold in mud, dirt, or gravel. Versatile seat adjusts from 26.5'' to 34'' in height to help you adjust to different water depths. The stool's oversized 15.5'' x 14'' padded seat and integrated back rest provide superior support and comfort while waiting for birds. Stool's 120º degree swivel feature makes it easy to track birds on the swing for easier shooting. Carrying strap. Color: Realtree MAX-4®. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: 8391.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 5
Rated 3 out of 5 by Breakdown It's ok
Don't buy this stool if you want a back rest...it's kinda a joke...they make one without the back rest for $20 less..I dont think adding a piece of material and call it a back rest then charge $20 more is right...
October 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by pinkerton Just OK
The box didn't include any instructions, so I tried to put it together based on the picture. BEWARE that the picture on the box will make you think that you're missing some parts. This picture online is accurate. That said, if it matched the box, it would be better. The box shows a loop up high just under the seat for the strap to fasten to. However, as the picture shows here, the loop is actually closer to the middle. This makes the strap pretty useless....when you pick it up to carry, the heavier seat makes it go vertical in your hands, which makes the lower bar almost smack you in the head. I recommend drilling a whole and adding a loop just under the seat to fasten the strap to so as to balance the load and allow you to carry horizontally. Other than the transport issues, the stool does it's job. The swivel is nice to have in the blind.
January 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bradm TERRIBLE
First time i took it out to duck hunt. I sat on the seat and it broke off after 2 hours of use, and I only weigh 150 lbs. The only good thing about the seat is it swiveled. I would not recommend this seat.
January 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by SweetJ308 is what it is
Bought this thing before duck season and used it a couple times so far...
It ain't no lazy boy, but when hunting in timber or an area requiring your feet to stay wet, this thing beats the heck out of standing for several hours.
It's easy to use, just jams in the mud. The construction seems to be pretty solid, I question the longevitiy of the seat platform itself because it's wooden. wouldn't be hard to replace though if needed. Also, this thing isn't the most stable thing ever made but that's no fault of the product; it just happens to be a glorified, adjustable, stick in the mud. All and all, this thing does exactly what it's designed to: Give your rear end a place to rest while hunting in shallow water.
January 3, 2013
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