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Comfort Zone Hunter Hang-On Treestand

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Product Information:

The Comfort Zone® Hunter Hang-On Treestand offers a lightweight alternative to other climbing stands. The stand is constructed of steel and utilizes a single post design for strength and stability, while weighing in at less than 16 lbs. It also has a 14"x 8" padded, flip-up seat with a removable cushion for comfort. The stand includes a full-body, fall arrest system and suspension relief straps to keep you secure.
FEATURES:

  • 24"x 20" steel mesh foot platform
  • 14" x 8" padded seat
  • Steel construction utilizing single post design
  • Flip up seat with removable seat cushion
  • Non-glare charcoal sand finish
  • 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
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Carry Weight: 15.4 lbs
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 13148732

Customer Reviews:

Comfort Zone Hunter Hang-On Treestand 4.2 5 77 77
good bowhunters stand Some assembly required but not hard. I put the stand up 2 days after I got it and have already sat it 3x's. I did spray it down with DDW to kill some of the manufactures odor which I noticed and the deer did also, but are starting to get used to it. A winter outside should take care of the smell. The only other issue I have is there are no back pack straps to carry it, so it is not a long hike into the woods type of stand unless you put your own it. the pros for me are the small platform and a padded seat which made a 4hr sit much easier. I didn't have to buy a seat pad so that was a bonus. I am thinking about replacing some of my big stands with more of these. November 14, 2014
Cheap - Quite - Solid ...... What about that price! Rock solid. Straps, instructions all A1. No problems assembling and easier with two socket wrenches. I have two of these and probably pick up a third or go bigger. No noise creeks etc. 11.5 boots and it's not much to go on. Replace seat ties with elastic. Seat a bit hard after a while but good insulation when cold. Sitting bolt upright as no room between the tree. all-in-all $40 - excellent. Deer meat doesn't need to get dearer! November 8, 2014
you get what u pay for For the money it is adequate. Had to add my own strap to replace the one provided November 3, 2014
Good stand for the price. Purchased on sale. Can't beat a solid lock on for 39.95. October 23, 2014
As good as top of the line Solid ,light weight , easy assembly, very affordable October 23, 2014
Was as expected Little on the small side but the price was right. No complaints here October 22, 2014
Comfort Zone Hunter Hang On Treestand Pretty easy to set up and sturdy enough. My only complaint would be that it is not secured with a ratchet strap. You will need to buy your own. October 15, 2014
Great for the price The only complaint I have is the instructions pictures were blury. But not hard to figure out. Easy assembly an sturdy. Does the job. October 10, 2014
Excellent choice for the money Very easy to put together , lightweight to carry around the field Rock solid when it's on the tree Super quiet platform when you moving around on it , And for this amount of money i'll buy another one for my other hunting spot . October 9, 2014
very satisfied Nice tree stand. Very solid built and will last. Worth every penny of $39.99. Less noticeable in the woods than the ladder stands but once you buy the climbing sticks doesn't end up being any cheaper. I can see where some people would feel more comfortable in the ladder stand as far as getting up and down but I love it. October 4, 2014
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