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Ameristep Tripod Swivel Stool

3 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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  • Adjustable leg height of 16-19" tall
  • Silently swivels 360°
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Product Description

"AMERISTEP" TRIPOD STOOL Swivel - camouflage Aluminum frame Adjustable leg height of 16-19'' tall Silently swivels 360 degrees Rated for 200 lbs Weighs 2.5 lbs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 13 x 23 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001BA46EO
  • Item model number: 829
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #283,814 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I found that this little stool is perfect for a ground blind. I really like how it swivels and mine doesn't make any noise when it swivels. It packs down nicely. Others have said that the legs will not fold down after you sit on it. All you have to do is pull them out of the round swivel block a little bit and they fold up easy. Its kind of short but perfect for the window height in my blinds. After a couple of hours your back will get tired because it has no back support, but a quick stretch and I'm good for another few hours. The height adjustments can be a little tricky with gloves on, but anybody with minimal dexterity can handle it. Best of all, if the ground is uneven, the legs adjust independently of each other allowing you to adjust it to sit level on uneven ground. It can be a little "tippy" if you lean way over to pick something up or try to stretch too far. But to turn, raise and fire a gun, it remains stable. Once you consider the price, this stool is a great purchase!
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I had a great deal of enjoyment out of this handy, compact swivel stool during the time I had it. It folds up nicely into a small bag. It's comfortable and can be transported and stored most anywhere. Unfortunately, mine was stolen recently. I will definitely buy another.
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After opening it 1 time and then sitting on it, we could not get the seat part to close back. I took out the screws and took the 3 metal seat supports out so I could visually see how the mechanism works.

There is a long screw that attaches each metal seat support bar to the round base. These screws act like an axel... but only sort of. The hole in the bar for the axle/screws is actually about a 1.5 inch slot. When the seat is in the collapsed position, it fully opens by pulling each support bar about a 70 degree angle... but once it's at this angle, the support bar will slide a little bit into the round swivel base (hence the slotted screw holes).

From the open position, it seems that the proper way to collapse the seat is to SLIDE or PULL each metal seat support bar out of the round swivel base about an inch or so. It will not just rotate first. It must be pulled out to clear the plastic lip and allow it to swivel.

There were no instructions showing how to collapse or open the seat... and while normally it would seem that something as simple as a folding chair does not need instructions, in this case the sliding mechanism is completely internal and undetectable until the device is taken apart. It's also not a natural motion that you would expect for this seat. Both my wife and I thought that clearly the bars should just swing back to the collapsed position.

After attempting to close it, we finally did think they maybe they pulled out first. But in our case, the fit was so tight that we just simply could not get the bars to slide or rotate back out. Loosening screws did not help at all.

I also noticed that when the seat was open, the swivel base was still a very tight fit and did not swivel at all.
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I used this for 3 deer seasons in a blind. I am in the woods, either in a stand or blind, pending on the conditions. This little seat has been durable, is light weight and easy to carry around. I'm 6 feet tall and 230 pounds and it holds me with no problems. One problem is that after sitting for two or three hours, it sort of starts hurting in groin due to having to straddle the seat, causing me to get a little restless and wanting to stand up to let some circulation get back into my legs. There is no back support, so that catches you leaning forward while sitting. Also, in the blind, it will dig into the ground a little causing you to have to adjust the seat to keep your balance. It's stationary so in order to get a good view from the side windows of the blind, you almost have to get up and turn it into the direction you want to see. Don't get me wrong, it isn't "bad." It just isn't a good choice if you spend a great deal of time sitting in wait for Mr. Split Toe to come along. I would recommend this for the weekend warrior who only has two or three hours a day to hunt. As for the 4-5 day a week hunter in a blind like myself, go with something a bit more comfortable and with a back support.
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I like the quiet swivel chair feature, this is perfect for hunting from a ground blind.

The bad - Closing the darn thing up again. Once you sit in it and your weight settles it is hard to close up the seat part again. In fact, i was unable to close it so it will not fit in the little carry bag it came in. I am 6'1 195, so not sure why this would be an issue.
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This stool is comfortable and sturdy, but it makes quite a bit of noise to try to move it around and the leg adjustments are difficult in the field, most especially if you are wearing gloves.

I purchased this stool for a platform deer stand I have in a grouping of trees. It has held up well being kept out in the elements, and the squirrels haven't seen fit to chew it to pieces yet, which they have done to every chair or cushion that I've left out in the past.The adjustable legs are great for uneven ground, giving you a level seat when you need one.

My main problem with the stool is that the legs flop around when you pick it up, and the noise is unwanted in a hunting situation, and hunters should be aware of this. The little buttons to make the adjustments on each leg are not simply made, and are darn near impossible without taking off gloves.

Makes a great camp stool, though.
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