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X-Stand The Sit N Climb

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The X-Stand The Sit N Climb is based off of the great features of the X-1 Climber.

  • Engineered out of 6061 T6 Aluminum, the lightest and strongest aluminum in the industry
  • Allows the hunter to sit while climbing
  • Sit bar can also double as a shooting rail, arm rest, foot rest or can be tucked under and out of the way
  • Quick attach cable system secures in place with a spring loaded, rubber coated pin

WARNING: See owner's manual for full list of warnings.

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Specification Description
Brand: X-Stand
Product Type: Treestands
Warranty: N/A
Manufacturer Part Number XSCT324
X-Stand The Sit N Climb is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Met expectations I bought the stand for it’s lightness and it is that. It packs very well and is easy enough to set up on the tree. I modified the cable brases by wedging them toward the center of the stand about three inches at their top to lessen the spring action they were causing that made the front of the stand spring upward when weight is taken off the stand like when standing up. Because it is so light the risk of the stand falling when weight is removed is pretty high and the spring action the brases cause make it even higher. I hang a pack I always carry to the woods to the top piece which helps mitigate the risk. If I could make one other modification it would be making the front rail of the top section where it can lock in place. The way it is it swings down to sit on while climbing and up while sitting to be used as a shooting brace but it doesn’t lock in any position. I’m sure it would add weight to make the modification but in my mind the trade off would probably be worth it.
Date published: 2018-12-06
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How much does it weigh?

Asked by: KennyG1022
The stand weighs 12 Lbs.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-09-06
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