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Ol' Man Drone Climber with Hex Drive Tree Stand

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Product Description


The Drone Climber with Hex Drive Tree Stand by Ol'Man Outdoors is unlike any other climbing treestand on the market today. It will allow you to extend or retract up to 5 inches of cable with the turn of your wrist. This climber is the safest and fastest way to level your treestand while climbing. The Climber retains many of the classic Ol'Man features but incorporates new oval tubing and an improved cable system. With fluorescent cable heads for easy assembly in the dark and oval tubing the Drone eliminates the need for twisting a cable to align with the hole. The Drone Climber also has built in accessory holders on either side for range finders, binoculars,rattling horns or anything else you might need. The unique pivot arm design on the Drone Climber Treestand will also allow it to pack up less than 4 inches thick, making this one of the easiest stands to transport. The Drone is also three stands in one which allows the hunter to have a shooting rest, a straight bar, and a foot rest. WOW!! The Drone includes the ComforTech net seat which is the quietest and most comfortable seat on the market. Rated for 300lbs.

Ol' Man Drone Climber with Hex Drive Tree Stand Features:

  • Packs in less than 4 inches thick
  • Only weighs 22 lbs.
  • Built-in accessory hangers and quiver holder
  • Patented Hex Drive Technology
  • 21 inch wide mesh seating
  • Ultra quiet design
  • 300 lb. capacity

Ol' Man Drone Climber with Hex Drive Tree Stand Specifications:
  • Construction: Aluminum
  • Standing Platform: 18 x 32 inches
  • Overall Weight: 22 lbs
  • Weight Limit: 300 lbs
  • Pad Cover: Black

Specifications and additional product information
Treestand Safety Tips:
  • Use a treestand tested to TMA standards.
  • Read and understand all instructions and warnings.
  • Practice and familiarize yourself with the treestand at ground level before risking a higher position.
  • Always use an appropriate full body harness and climbing belt that meet TMA standards when climbing, descending, sitting or standing.
  • Keep the length of the fall-restraint tether short in case of a fall.
  • Never climb with a weapon or equipment in your possession. Always use a pull up rope to raise or lower your unloaded weapon and equipment.
  • Inspect equipment thoroughly before each use to ensure that all parts are working properly. Use only manufacturer approved replacement parts.
  • Never modify or remove ports from your treestand or safety device.
  • Select only suitable trees. Avoid dead trees or those with loose bark.
  • Use extra caution if high wind, lightning ice, snow, wet, dark or low light conditions exist.
  • Never sleep in a treestand or use a treestand if you are drowsy.
  • Never use a treestand under the influence of medications, alcohol, drugs or if you have a medical or physical condition that would impair your ability for safe use.
  • Do not lend equipment to others unless they have read and understand all warnings and usage instructions.
  • Tell a reliable person where you will be and when you will return.
  • In case of a fall, carry survival gear including a whistle.
  • As a precautionary measure remove logs, rocks, equipment and other obstructions from below the tree you are hunting in.
  • Never leave your treestand, steps or other equipment outdoors year-round.
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