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Summit Sentry SD Closed Front Climbing Treestand

SKU# 4200063

$289.99

Item # 4200063

Catalog Page # 349

A must for serious bowhunters.
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This is a stand-up, sit-down climbing stand that features a mesh, flip-top seat. That's new for Summit climbers. Made with Dead Metal, which deadens the stand's metallic sound. This isn't alight stand, but it's built for comfort, which means it's a good choice for all-day sits.

• Sentry SD is a must for the serious bowhunter
• New style mesh flip up seat sets this stand apart from all others
• Allows you to climb with ease and sit high enough to where you can shoot from a seated position
• Closed front design for extra safety
• Platform size: 20" x 36"
• Weight: 23 lbs.
• Weight limit: 300 lbs.
• Seat type: contoured mesh style folding seat
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Great stand but not perfect Review by CMC
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I picked up the stand 2 seasons ago and now think I can give it a good take. I like how the seat is much higher than other stands I have used. It actually makes seated shots very easy. When standing, the length of the seat does make you arch your back to get it up (if you want to do it silently). If you want to shoot standing up, I would recommend either having a good distance between the deer and you; or simply stand through your sit.
Though it is a mesh seat, I found it very comfortable for all day sits, which is a huge plus in my books. The seat did get loose on me last year, but I chalk that up to operator error and I added some teflon tape to the threads, and it hasn't given me a problem since.

I really like this stand, though it does have some quirks, I am not going to be looking for a replacement any time soon.

(Posted on 12/5/17)

Great concept, horrible design. Review by Chris N.
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The premise is good but it was not designed well. The seat is so long that you have to stand at the very front of the platform to raise and lower. Awkward as hell; don't even think about trying to stand up and shoot with a deer nearby. The oversized seat also means that if you're standing up and want to lean against the tree the un-padded seat frame is right in the small of your back, at least for my 6'2" frame. I think if they cut about 10 inches off the seat it would be an excellent climber to hunt from.

(Posted on 9/11/17)

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