Love it. Works great for trad bow. A lower seat could be cool but probably not as versatile for all methods of hunting.For you guys that have these how does the height feel? I saw they now offer a lower seat model, say 8-9"s instead of the standard 15-16".
I'll let you know on Father's dayFor you guys that have these how does the height feel? I saw they now offer a lower seat model, say 8-9"s instead of the standard 15-16".
You got the low one?Just placed my order, I'll write up a review once it gets here.
There’s a fair amount of adjustment to the chair. Read the instructions and watch the videos.No went with the standard, figured it would be better for shooting a bow from
Dont think they will be able to help you.Dang it man, Ya'll have me looking at one of these now. I've used a Torges seat for years, but this looks cool. Where is that saddle hunters support thread?
I have the standard sized seat and now I've killed two gobblers out of it. One last year with a crossbow and this year with my vertical bow. It works great in a blind or outside of a blind. I agree with @Petrichor in that there is quite a bit of adjustability to it. You raise or lower it using the back lower supports and the strap. If you want to recline back and seat yourself a little lower you lengthen the strap to increase the distance and vice versa to be more upright. What's nice is you can adjust this throughout the day to change your "comfort settings" so to speak.For you guys that have these how does the height feel? I saw they now offer a lower seat model, say 8-9"s instead of the standard 15-16".
You should do it. They are incredible and are making improvements to seat as well. For instance, I was told soon they will be powder coated (paint chips easily). The only thing I can see that could ever use replacement the seat material. Even then I expect it to last a decade or more and all it is a sun shade material. I’ve already tested the warranty they describe as lifetime (everything but the paint). Had a small issue. They shipped a new seat the next day. Every hunter should have one. Trees lean it. No trees works perfect. Doesn’t matter where you hunt the seat can work. I sit in mine down stairs next to my couch. 5 pounds and can carry more than you can. I’ll be posting a full review soon.Dang it man, Ya'll have me looking at one of these now. I've used a Torges seat for years, but this looks cool. Where is that saddle hunters support thread?
Chair hunting is the path to the darkside. Avoid the crossgun you must.Yeah they caught up all orders a couple weeks ago and expanded production. So shipping times should be quick. No more three months waits. Also they are gonna be coming out with mods and other cool stuff from what I was told. Who knows if I come into some money or win the lotto I’ll buy the low one if nothing else for turkey hunting. My few trips with this seat have been so pleasant, I’m debating selling all my saddle stuff to fund another one.
I think I’m good on that one. If I don’t have a trad bow in my hand I have a shotgun. If chair hunting and a cross gun is the dark side then @Nutterbuster is a Sith Lord and their can only be two.Chair hunting is the path to the darkside. Avoid the crossgun you must.
That’s a nice setup. What bow is that?? .in addition to the pack seat I also have a millennium tree seat. I really like that also but it does require a tree and also weighs five pounds and is less than a hundred dollars. But at the end of the day the pack seat is 250 dollars better.Avoid the crossgun I will, lol. I do like hunting off the ground though. I see it for setups like this, but also good for places where there are no trees big enough to lean against.