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did yall see the new advertiser on the home page? any of yall own this? what are your thoughts on it if you have one?
 

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I don't have one BUT man it sure looks comfortable and a heck of a lot EASIER to haul into the woods, when compared to the ones I been dealing with...
I wish I would have seen it sooner.. I'm sure it's a lot lighter then the last couple Climbers I purchsed this year, 1 for Phillip and 1 for myself... :-(
 

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i agree with both of yalls comments.

i think i would like how light weight and easy to haul it would be. i watched their video on positions you could shoot from and it looked like you could have alot of diff shots. i wonder how long it takes you to get up a tree with one of those things.

but like tizzy said it also looks like it would be uncomfortable if you hunted out of it for any period of time.
 

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What about extra gear?? How you gonna hang there with a backpack on your back?? I guess you could take it off and hang it on the tree.....but then it gets in your way when you're trying to shoot.Doesn't look safe, either. I don't think relying on straps and buckles to hold all your bodyweight for long stretches of time is a good thing.....safty harness or not.
 

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i agree with the extra gear.. it looks like a good idea for about the first 10 minuts lol. Then i would see myself wanting to just sit down. It seems very versatile for sure with many shots but i dont think i would like it.. but inatizzy, isnt a trees stand pretty much just straps and buckles? or do you not hunt from a stand?
 

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i agree with the extra gear.. it looks like a good idea for about the first 10 minuts lol. Then i would see myself wanting to just sit down. It seems very versatile for sure with many shots but i dont think i would like it.. but inatizzy, isnt a trees stand pretty much just straps and buckles? or do you not hunt from a stand?
They are, but the weight is being distributed. With that thing, you're hanging from the straps themselves.
 

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oh yea thats true, and the bottom of the stand is kinda dug into the tree too ya know? but yea i think that product has its ups and downs, more downs.
 
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