Field and Stream Primetime Lite Climber Treestand

Priced: $149.98 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 11 reviews.
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Field & Stream ™ has created one of the lightest and strongest climbing stands on the market with the Primetime Lite Extreme Climber. This stand weighs only 21 lbs. and folds flat, which makes backpacking through the field a snap. The padded, sling seat keeps you comfortable and alert at the same time.
Country Of Origin: China

Padding:

  • 18" x 20" camo padded deluxe sling seat with one-hand seat height adjustment strap and 12.5" x 20" backrest
  • Camo padded front shooting rail has 2 adjustment positions for the gun hunter

Support and Cushioning:

  • Adjustable foot straps and heel support

Features:

  • Folds flat for easy backpacking
  • Removable front shooting rail is ideal for archers
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Weight:21 lbs.
Weight Capacity:300 lbs.

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Field and Stream Primetime Lite Climber Treestand Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

rated 5 of 5 stars

great climber, quiet, 5 min set n climb

it takes about five min to set and climb, i bow and gun hunt and this climber works great, this is my second one because my first one was stolen after two years, i left it in the wood because that night i shot a 12 point buck that walked five yards off my tree, i wear a prostetic leg and im 20 feet high in less then a min, very easy to climb
ohio hunter at Dick's Sporting Goods on 08/08/2011
rated 5 of 5 stars

Very good treestand!

Lightweight, quiet, easy setup, great price. I use this treestand about 5 times a week and it is very easy to use. Satisfied with the product.
Jacob at Dick's Sporting Goods on 09/09/2011
rated 5 of 5 stars

gnarly

I use this stand for all of my big game adventures and its fricken awesome. Get it and you will love it. Especially for the price!
JBOWMASTER367 at Dick's Sporting Goods on 09/09/2010
rated 4 of 5 stars

Definately worth it

I use it for archery and rifle hunting. It takes a little time to set up so i carry it partially assembled.
Fuzzyface at Dick's Sporting Goods on 09/09/2010
rated 5 of 5 stars

super

i like it
the kid at Dick's Sporting Goods on 07/07/2011

Negative Reviews:

rated 2 of 5 stars

Problem...

This stand appears well built. Here is the problem. The black hoses over the cables are made from that TERRIBLY HORRID SMELLING cheap black rubber / plastic [*]. My gosh man I was choking from the off gassing when I opened up the box! Seriously, if I can't take the smell what are the animals that have highly sensitive sniffers going to think? I'd go as far as saying hunting with this stinky stand will get you way fewer deer coming near your stand. I bought a cheap framing hammer from [@] a few years ago. It introduced me to cheap toxic [*] rubber / plastic. It had this same stinky cheap rubber stuff and I thought the smell would go away with time...nope I threw the darn thing in the tash! Every time I opened my tool box I was overtaken with this horrid smell that my body is telling me is toxic. Walk into a [@] store...take a whiff....nasty cheap [*] rubber plastic. [*]Folks this stand looks half decent and is 100 bucks cheaper....than the better ones but I'll bet the smell keeps deer far away....Do yourself a favor, buy American and save our dieing country and reject stinky cheap stuff [*]..if we keep buying it they will keep making bad stuff.Mp
Hammer at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011
rated 2 of 5 stars

not happy

Noisy as hell to carry in the woods.Today was the first time i took it hunting,and #1 the cheap adjusters broke off the shoulder straps before i hit the woods#2 Every deer in north jersey heard me coming.#3 shoe straps keep loosining,making it slip twice,#4Trying to strap down the foot platform cable once your in a tree is tough.#5 the saftey harness that comes with it must be made for a 12 year old.Leg straps came undone three times during my climb.Once your at the hlevel you want to be at,and all strapped in its very comfortable.Ive been deer hunting with climbers for years.Always used a Loggy Bayou and never had these problems.If your hunting a place where you can leave it in the tree and use a ladder to get to it its good.As far as carrying it to every spot you hunt,i wouldnt recommend it.Very disappointed!
Mark O at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011
rated 1 of 5 stars

Never got it

I bought this two weeks before Deer season in Ohio and I never even got the treestand. I bought it when it was on sale the the next day they raised the price so I was happy I bought when I did. But turns out dicks wouldn't ship it to me.
Chris at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011
rated 1 of 5 stars

Dont buy this!!

Severly disappointed also. The stand is too heavy. Way too loud to carry in the woods. The seat is really uncomfortable. The cheap plastic carrying straps broke the first time I carried it into the woods.
MasterJoe at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011

Neutral Reviews:

rated 3 of 5 stars

Get what you pay for.

I bought one of these used that was in basically new condition. This stand would be great if you plan on leaving it out on private land. It is too heavy to be lugging around while trying to remain sweat and smell free. The carrying straps were painful after more than a few minutes carrying it. It is advertised at 21 lbs but I really doubt that. I bought a Summit Viper which is advertised at 20 lbs but in reality the weight difference is much greater. My stand may be a year or two older than what they are selling now so maybe they have reduced weight since mine was made. This stand is noisy but if you take the loose front rail off it pretty much eliminates the noise. Spend the extra money and buy a Summit. Oh and by the way don't try using this stand on a wet tree.
made up name at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011
rated 3 of 5 stars

pro's and con's

It is a loud climber (meaning when you climb the tree it has a tendency to clang because of the wire and pin's. A little awkward. Not that safe in the rain as the aligator teeth dont bite in enough to hold onto the bark.

Pro's would be that this climber is definately one of the more comfortable stands out there and its made well. Price is fair too.
steve o at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011