Comfort Zone Lookout Deluxe Ladder TreestandItem Number: 13116339
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The Comfort Zone Lookout Deluxe Ladder Stand features a 22" x 17" steel mesh foot platform that extends completely to the back of the tree. Its slanted design of the hand rail allows for more knee room while sitting and it's flip up bench seat allows for full use of the foot platform. The Lookout Deluxe is made with a padded shooting rail that can be flipped back to provide you with an unrestricted shooting lane.
- 22" x 17" steel mesh foot platform extends completely back to tree
- Slanted design of hand rail allows more knee room while sitting
- Flip up bench seat with 18" x 12" seat cushion allows full use of foot platform
- Padded shooting rail can be flipped back providing archers with an unrestricted shooting lane
- Non-glare charcoal sand finish
- Adjustable ladder stabilizing brace provides additional support
- Full-body, fall arrest system and suspension relief strap are included
- Safe Treestand Strategies DVD, produced by the National Bow Hunter Education Foundation, is also included
- 3 - 5'x 14" wide ladder sections
- Includes quick pins to help avoid ladder sections from separating
- Height to shooting rail: 16'
- Height to seat platform: 15'
- Height to foot platform: 13.5'
- Weight: 44.5 lbs
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
- Comfort Zone
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Country Of Origin: China
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 141 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by storm torch Dollar for dollar a superb tree stand After using this stand in the 2012 gun season, it is hard to imagine that DSG or the manufacturer make a profit on selling these as I was shocked to see how well built this stand is and the features you get for the price. I am 5'11" 165 lbs. and I have sciatic nerve problems. My back issues is what led my to purchase a ladder stand. In the past I have used a Lone Wolf standard stand and a climber stand from a manufacturer of which I don't recall. This is the most comfortable and functional stand I have owned. Throughout the day, I was able to sit, stand and put one knee on the seat. Having the back issues I do, sitting/standing in a static position is bad news. This stand was exactly what I needed to continue enjoying hunting from a stand. A person with average or better mechanical ability should have no problem assembling it, you just need to read the instructions thoroughly. It also helps to have an extra set of hands to assemble. Overall it is well constructed and the seat included is pretty comfy. The padded cover on the shooter's bar is also very nice. The only negative I would cite is the criss-cross stability straps. To really secure the stand we needed to attach a short ratchet strap to the criss-cross straps to get it firmly secured. Once we did, the stand was rock solid. Bear in mind the cost of the stand plus a ratchet strap. Still a great value IMO. It also includes a full safety harness. It does take 2-3 people to install the stand on the tree safely. Overall very satisfied with the product and the purchase. Strongly suggest this to any hunter as a semi-permanent deer stand. For the price, you really can't go wrong. It exceeded my expectations. Be safe and happy hunting! November 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kansas Bowhunter Great stand and incredible value when you need to hang several sets. I purchased 4 of these stands last year and will purchase several more this year. They are light weight and easy to get into the tree. We have several hang on and ladder stands on our properties and I would highly recommend these. I have decided not to install the arm rest and rife rests because we exclusively bow hunt on our properties. August 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by maineguide Great stand I purchased 2 of these stands last year very satisfied with product. I plan to purchase more this year. I leave them up thru the year made some minor adjustments this summer leveling etc. They are both in very good condition I hunt in Maine so the winters are tough on all equipment. They are comfortable, durable and lightweight. Many of the more expensive stands are no more stable than this one and are much heavier. A concern that many overlook when purchasing a ladder stand. Do your homework lugging a heavy stand around can be very difficult. August 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jamessfc06 Best treestand for the $ Buck I bought many tree stands in my 20 some yrs. of hunting. This tree stand just seems to get better with every season. The manufacturer puts something new in it to make it safer and easier to assemble, more comfortable. Seems like the manufacturers are either listening to ideas from hunters or hunters themselves. I own 4 myself and many friends have some. Everyone likes the tree stand and loves the price. You just can't beat the price or the thought that goes into this stand. The Workmanship is darn good but, I would have the sales clerk open the box before leaving the store to check the parts. We all know stuff sometimes can happen, right? I bought one took it home to assemble it. Found that one ladder piece was bent not able to assemble it. Drove 25 miles back to Dick's to get another one. Dick's exchanged it, no problems. Just check before leaving store. My first Comfort Zone Lookout Deluxe stand is still in the woods and sturdy after 7 yrs. of use. Only thing I've replaced was safety strap for body harness and straps such as tree straps around tree stand holding it to tree, and ladder support bar straps. My first was a regular Comfort Zone Lookout ladder stand. then this one came out with flip up seat, shooting rail, guards on ladder sections with safety pins to keep ladder sections from slipping out of one another. If a hunting tree stand that won't break the piggy bank is what you need? This is my choice. Hands down ! ! ! August 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yobug Lookout Deluxe Ladder Treestand I have two older models of this tree stand I bought at Dick.s. I just bought another this year. They made some slight improvements in the design by adding extra tabs where the bar and seat is attached. This is a comfortable and safe tree stand. The front bar makes this stand feel secure. I also have two of the other versions (don't know the name) without the bar. I don't like them, I don't feel as secure. I am 67 so I wear a harness in both, I have been known to take a nap in occasion...... I am a crossbow hunter, my son is a bow hunter between us we have 6 of these stands up. Great stand at a great price at Dick's. Even better price at end of year closeout if any are available. July 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bobby D Great buy at a great price Recently bought the stand, haven't put it up yet but seems like a great stand by the looks of if. May 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by marathon john Ability to make a 20 foot stand from multiple stands The sales people were very helpful and got the tree stands from the warehouse. April 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ruger's Buddy Good product for the price. Bought several of these last year for our property and was pleasantly surprised by the quality for the price. Comfortable seat, easy to assemble (slight error in directions but easy to recover from) and installing in the field was a breeze. Bought several more this year to replace our old homemade wooden stands. January 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Frank Great Treestand This stand is easy to assemble, transport and easy to put in place on a tree. It is stable ,sturdy ,and the height is just right. Good price ,great value, and in my opinion the best Ladder Treestand on the market! January 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Daddy-o Comfort and safety Bought this ladder stand because of getting older I feel more comfortable climbing a manufactured ladder vs a 2x4 nailed to a tree, too access a comfortable and safe shooting platform vs a wood stand assembled between trees. Instructions were incorrect about making sure tabs on inside vs outside. Luckily I did not tighten bolts until almost complete so it wasn't to big a deal to partially disassemble and correct assembly order of parts. January 15, 2014