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Sit down/stand up Summit® Razor SD Climbing Treestand includes EZ climbing bar that folds out of the way when you're ready to hunt. Features Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology, adjustable 12"x 18"x 2" seat with a 12"x 20"x 2" backrest, padded armrests, and backpack straps. Includes RapidClimb® Stirrups and a full-body safety harness. Inside Climber Frame: 19.75" x 26.5". Platform: 20" x 28.75". Weight: 21 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: 81117.
Sit down/stand up climber
EZ climbing bar folds out of the way when you're ready to hunt
Dead Metal Sound Deadening Technology
Adjustable 12"x 18"x 2" seat with a 12"x 20"x 2" backrest
Extremely poor design! Sharp edges on climbing bar and exposed bolts tore up my climbing vest. Summit was NOT helpful at all about replacing with something equivalent. Luckily I bought from BassPro! They're taking it back, no question asked. Very disappointed in Summit, not what I expected from them for quality or customer response!
January 3, 2012
I am a firm believer in reading reviews from other buyers before I purchase anything. I bought my Summit Razor this past summer and I'm hooked! I felt very safe and that is key! Match this Summit climber with the Hunter Safety System Harness and you have yourself a winning combo!
November 13, 2011
This stand is great. Its light and easy to use very comfortable, I do recommend that you practice packing and unpacking this a few times as it can be a little tricky in the dark if your not familiar with it. Mine was stolen as I had left it at the base of the tree to use it another day, so you might want a lock if you plan to do the same thing. I will be getting another one soon.
July 23, 2011
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