Big Game Treestands Big Game Swivel Tree Seat

Priced: $39.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Big Game Treestands Big Game Swivel Tree Seat -
How many times has that buck come into your stand from behind or the opposite side of where you’re watching. With this quiet swivel seat, you can silently turn without making any noise or erratic body movements that might spook an animal. Waterproof, padded seat. Tightens securely to the tree as it is lowered into sitting position. Tree Seats are to be used at a height that allows the feet to be on the ground at all times when in use. Use as a ground seat only! Failure to follow this warning may result in serious injury or death!
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Big Game Treestands Big Game Swivel Tree Seat Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Love this thing!

I bought this for last spring for turkey season, but never used it. Trying to figure out how to get close to the staging area a 12 point uses before coming out at dark. No trees suitable for any kind of tree stand and didn't want to spook him by putting a blind up. Took this seat with me last week and set up in a thick area under the pines. This seat is lightweight, quiet, and easy to strap on a tree. Haven't seen the Big One yet, but saw a shooter 8 point and a smaller buck on the first afternoon. This seat will now go on ever hunt!
Chilibean at Cabelas on 11/07/2011

Good Seat

I've not had extensive experience with the seat but my initial use this deer season shows me it is worth the money. If the wind changes, or you just want to explore and find a new place to watch, the seat is great. I'd buy it again.
sako706 at Cabelas on 12/18/2012

Negative Reviews:


Used it once so far and I'm very disappointed with its performance. It needs another strap to keep it tight against the tree and it made loud creaking noises with the slightest movement. Unless I can modify it to sit flush against the tree and find a way to stop the noise, I wont be using it again for deer hunting.
Chris71 at Cabelas on 10/22/2013

Neutral Reviews:


I have three of these types of seats. The cinch strap that is attached to the seat post is never enough to keep the seat firmly strapped to the tree. I always bring along a separately purchased ratchet strap, wrap it around the seat post, and ratchet it tight to the tree. After that, seat works great. This is no different than most tree stands. 12 years ago, most came with ratchet straps. Now, they all come with some sort of cheap, unreliable cinch strap which requires the hunter to buy separate ratchets to feel safe up in the tree. Big Game - Change the cheap cinch to a ratchet!
DEANDAD at Cabelas on 02/02/2014