Constructed from a durable Rock Solid™ weather-resistant material for comfort in any hunting condition. Built with a 48" square width and 78" standing height, this blind includes four corner shelves, a 31" x 44" side door with a 24" x 8" window openings and three 34" x 8" window openings. Plexi-glass window kit is sold separately. Add the Booster Box Blind Stand (sold separately) and use the blind from an elevated position. Weight: 70 lbs. No weight limit when used on the ground without The Booster. Maximum weight capacity when used with The Booster (sold separately): 500 lbs.
Big Game® Treestands Box Blind Plexi-glass Window Kit sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-889-352-00
Big Game® Treestands The Booster Box Blind Stand sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-887-632-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by Popstoy Not worth the Money
Bought this last year and mounted it on a 10ft. high wooden platform. Worked fine last year. Checked it out the Friday before season this year and the roof was caved down. Inside of stand was soaked from water running in. Took a 2x4 and braced it up. It did go back into place and stay there. Only thing I can figure out is that the heat from the sun in the summer caused it to collaps. The hinges are all rusted and the one pin in the one hing is coming out.
The bolts are all rusted. The window kit if you have them closed and are looking through them the view is distorted. The panels where bolted together are now bowed and on a windy day let wind come in.
This blind is definately is not worth the money and I could probably have built one out of wood cheaper or at least the same cost and would not be having these problems.
December 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rock1934 Missing Hardware
The sequence of installation must be followed as per manual directions.Packet #8x1/2" Phillips Self Taping Screws missing. The door hinges needed 3/16x1" hex bolts to install. The predrilled holes in the windowes and wall panels may not matchup, some drilling may be necessary.
September 29, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by TwoOhFan20 Great Blind, a little loud
This is a great blind, bagged two bucks out of it this year! However it took me 4 hours to put together. I got stuck on one step. Turns out the manufacter put the safety handle on the door backwards. Because it is plastic, if you bump the sides, its a bit loud. Everytime i lifted my gun and placed it on the window opening, it made a loud clunk noise. I remedied this by placing some 1/2 inch pipe insulation to the window opening to rest my gun on. I used a buddy heater and it heats it nice and toasty. I do not recommend buying the window kit. The plastic is blurry, and its held down( or open) in place with bungee cords. It is impossible to open and close the windows without making noise. Just make some from plexiglass. Also, plan on buying an adjustable height chair, like a desk chair. The first day hunting, i couldn't see a thing without sitting up straight the whole day. I bought a desk chair and it work great. Now i can relax during the down hours. A step out kit would make it easier to get in and out, but I'm not ready to spend another 200 bucks just yet. Perhaps, I'll make some steps on my own.
November 23, 2010