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Guide Gear Extreme Deluxe Climber Tree Stand

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Guide Gear Extreme Deluxe Climber Tree Stand is roomy, comfortable and priced to move! Step up to a deluxe vantage point! Pro-grade Stand gives you the platform you need to be your best. It's tricked out with plenty of advanced features you'd never expect in this price range, like super-sturdy steel construction, thick-padded seat, arm and climbing bar, and a BIG foot platform. Plus, a BONUS full-body Safety Harness is packed in, too! Stand and deliver: Large 10 x 17" sling seat with 1" thick foam; 18 x 14" padded backrest; Padded armrests and padded climbing seat bar; Big 19 x 26" foot platform; Welded steel frame supports a lumberjack-friendly 300 lbs.; Adjustable nylon foot straps for quick and easy climbing; 2 locking cam-buckle straps lock the foot and seat platforms in place; Seat and foot platform nest for easy travel.; Weighs 33 lbs.; Camo pattern and stand frame vary slightly from photo. Order yours today! Guide Gear Extreme Deluxe Climber Tree Stand

Product Details

  • ASIN: B003O2862A
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,358 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Poor instructions to use and set up.
Allan F. Powell
The straps provided are almost imposable to use.
gp
This stand is very sturdy and well built.
Caroline S. Shinn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Nalley on February 12, 2013
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This tree stand is very durable and fits perfectly on the back of my ATV (though I installed an extended carry rack so that I could carry more supplies). Stand is easy to use. I made five modifications: (1) I bought a separate pair of ratchet straps (about $10) for torqueing down the cables once in position. The straps that came with it were not that great. (2) Trying to get the cable and pins to lineup (for trees of various diameters) in the dark was a challenge. So I made small V-cuts in the black plastic cable covers and painted with white fingernail polish as reference so that I could easily and quickly find the sweet spot for inserting the pins. (3) The nuts for securing in the open unfolded position are easy to lose – which is a problem if you’re 15” feet up in a tree. So I bought a couple of wingnuts, drilled a hole through one wing on each nut and secured to the stand with a small braided wire (crimped) and connected to a fishing swivel. This allows me to spin the wingnut quickly and easily without worry of dropping it. (4) I bought a set of padded wide shoulder straps for carrying the stand. The straps that come with it are thin and cut into the shoulders from the weight of the stand. (5) The climbing straps for the feet are flimsy and are not easy to secure to the feet and keep good tension. So I went to the thrift store and bought a couple of heavy duty solid leather belts with strong buckles, cut to proper length, drilled holes in the leather, and secured with existing bolts from the old straps (added wider washer to give better hold and distribute tension). One of the belts I bought eventually broke so I replaced with even thicker leather from an old weight-lifting belt which holds its form perfectly (to slip boots into position) and has no chance of ever breaking.Read more ›
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By matt on November 16, 2011
I have purchased 3 of these. I absolutley love them. However the stand is extremely heavy for long treks into the woods. I use them like permanent stands. I set them up at the base of the tree and then cable lock them to the tree. Ready to climb. Using them this way kind of defeats their purpose, but they are much easier to move to different trees when you find where the deer are moving. Imagine trying to move a ladder stand or hang on stand by yourself quickly and safely. For the price, you can afford to get 2 or 3. Oh yeah, they are much easier to store in the off season than a ladder stand as well. Just my opinion.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. Stone on October 3, 2010
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A basic climber but very sturdy. Easy to assembly. Not as fancy as others but you save money. Comes with a harness and a dvd.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Joe J. on December 3, 2010
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This is one great buy. I paid 75.00 for this stand and it is almost the same exact stand as the 145.00 API stand my son bought. All of the construction is exactly the same. The only difference is my son's has a little nicer seat with one buckle instead of two. This stand obviously is not comparable to the high dollar stands sold by other mfgrs but if you want a cheap, safe and reliable tree stand this one is it. The only down side I can see is the weight. A bit heavy to pack in but if you are not going far....
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By frank alley on October 30, 2010
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this is a great tree stand, its a little heavy for long walks. it grabs the trees good, and is built really solid.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By tyler on January 30, 2012
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I started hunting on my father-in-law's land. I found a great trail but no where to sit. I wanted a cheap tree stand that I could move. The price is what got me, you can't beat it. But you get what you pay for. First off, the thing is heavy, 30 lbs+. I consider myself to be in above average physical condition and it was a pain to carry this thing the quarter mile or longer to my tree. I had tried to assemble it in my living room and the directions suck. It doesn't tell you how to do anything. I got on their website and found instructions for the same thing but with different parts, what the heck. I finally got it together and put it around a tree in my yard. It took me over 30 minutes and was really loud. Once I got it up I didn't feel comfortable or safe in it. I figured I bought it so I might as well use it. I sit down by 6am normally so I was out there at 5:30 and it took me almost an hour to set it up, I had most of it already done, all I had to do was lash it around the tree and put the pins in. After this I tried to get in it and it fell on my head. I got on it and was about 6 feet in the air when both pieces fell. I am glad I had my harness on. After this I said screw it and let it sit until I was done for the day. That afternoon I packed it up and sent it back. Many pieces were plastic and broke when I put it together the first time. I am an engineer and focus on quality control at my job and can tell you that this product is lacking the quality part. Welds were small and weak, the sewing of the seat and padding ripped the first time I put them on, buckles are hard to work with especially when you have cold hands. Spend the money and buy a name brand one. The one good thing is that Amazon took care of me. Shipping was great and so was customer service.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liz hartman on October 16, 2014
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Great beginning tree stand. Would be the perfect stand if you're new to hunting or new to climber tree stands and not sure if you want to invest 300 on a big store one. This stand is solid I felt safe the very first time using it. Stoop on the platform and sat in it for a few hours the same day I got it. Did require assembly but its pretty straight forward and only took about 30-45 mins. Came with security straps to attach the tree stand to the tree once at the elevated level and full body restraint harness. These items seem cheaper but all of them are tsa certified and rated for 500lbs. Comes with everything needed to have you in a tree and is unbelieveably solid. The harness and strap could be upgraded but work just fine. For $70 bucks its the best bang for your buck climber out there thats safe and includes everything.
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