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  • Closed-front aluminum climbing stand
  • Suspended foam-padded seat with backrest in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity camo
  • Weighs 20 lbs. and holds up to 300 lbs. Green Utility Strap
  • 18" W x 12" D seat size, 20" W x 26.5" D platform size
  • Includes Full-Body Fall Arrest Harness System and all necessary hardware. Versatility, comfort and functionality while being lightweight
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For anyone on the fence about buying this model, I have this exact same one set up in my backyard to keep tabs on my neighbors and it works really well.
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He-he. I work from home and was thinking this might make a good laptop workstation out in my woods.
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Are your neighbors wild game??? Lol. If not, either you or they are very interesting neighbors.
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Lowest price per CCC. Nice find.
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For anyone on the fence about buying this model, I have this exact same one set up in my backyard to keep tabs on my neighbors and it works really well.
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Sweet price. I have a 13 year old Summit Viper stand that's still doing great. Last year replaced the cables (you can put new shrink tubing over instead) because of the rubber tearing so they wouldn't be as noisy. And at 13 years old I feel better 20 feet up with new cables. I've also added some padded shoulder straps ($35), a kick out foot rest ($35) and some traction pads ($10) for the metal slots you step on. If you spend enough time using it you'll appreciate the extra accessories Summit makes for these.
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Summit and Lone Wolf stands are the best out there. This is a no-brainer for the price. I currently own the Max 180 SD which is amazing for all day sits.
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For anyone on the fence about buying this model, I have this exact same one set up in my backyard to keep tabs on my neighbors and it works really well.
Are your neighbors wild game??? Lol. If not, either you or they are very interesting neighbors.
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For anyone on the fence about buying this model, I have this exact same one set up in my backyard to keep tabs on my neighbors and it works really well.
He-he. I work from home and was thinking this might make a good laptop workstation out in my woods.
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Just wanted to also clarify, since I am getting a lot of PM questions, the Camo Outfit does NOT come with the stand.
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Just what the hell is this. Not knowing what it is makes me want to buy it.
Edit: nvm. product images are pretty self-explainatory.
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Just what the hell is this. Not knowing what it is makes me want to buy it.
It's a tree stand that you attach to the base of the tree, get in it, and then you raise the stand (While in it) piece by piece, until you are at your desired height. Kind of neat.
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It's a tree stand that you attach to the base of the tree, get in it, and then you raise the stand (While in it) piece by piece, until you are at your desired height. Kind of neat.
So im assuming you have to pull your weight up by pulling on a cable of some sort? Sounds like a good work out.
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Just what the hell is this. Not knowing what it is makes me want to buy it.
Edit: nvm. product images are pretty self-explainatory.
I do it all the time just to find out what it is and how it can be used. This time I'll wait for your feedback
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So im assuming you have to pull your weight up by pulling on a cable of some sort? Sounds like a good work out.
It's not difficult at all, actually. The motion takes some getting used to. You stand up on the bottom piece, and raise the seat. Then you use your feet to lift the bottom piece. Then raise the seat, etc. The most important part is that both pieces are securely anchored to the tree before you move the next piece.

https://youtu.be/ZF5ESVMC9k8

Skip to about 7:00.
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