Twisted Timber® Big Bruiser Tree Stand

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Expected availability: 8/17/2015

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Twisted Timber® Big Bruiser Tree Stand.

Fits crooked and leaning trees! Fast, simple leveling technology takes this treestand to a whole new "level" of hunting comfort. Best of all, it weighs just 16 1/2 lbs. for easy portability.

  • Roomy 24 x 28" mesh skid platform is angle adjustable thanks to pivot-point bushings
  • Quick leveling snap hook fits multiple platform holes
  • Flip up seat has comfy closed-cell, padded cushion
  • Seat is 13 3/8 x 9"
  • Leveling ratchet strap for base
  • Top safety strap
  • Comes with TMA safety harness. 300-lb. Tree stand capacity.
Twisted Timber Big Bruiser Tree Stand is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great spacious and versatile choice at a sweet price! ( A Guide Outdoors Field Test written by noted bowhunter Mark Melotik)Twisted Timber is another exciting tree stand newcomer that brings some neat new leveling technology all dedicated tree-standers need to see.Most hang-ons touting angle-adjustability certainly do offer options, but Twisted Timber’s “Triple Axis Leveling Technology” takes this to the extreme, with impressive wide-ranging adjustment of both platform and seat.The company slogan is “Hunt Where You Want To,” and this tester would be hard-pressed to argue. I looked hard to find a tree this stand would not fit. Among the company’s current offerings are three all-steel models, including its largest, the Big Bruiser ($149), which features a 28x24-inch platform and weighs 16.8 pounds.All stands use the same system, attaching to the tree via a system of three separate ratchet straps, and a series of adjustment holes on the seat post and platform that ensure a level, solid attachment. The seat angle adjusts with a one-screw system that is simple, but could be more refined; it’s designed to be finger-adjusted yet the screw head doesn’t possess a finger-friendly grip, and the metal-to-metal contact is a tad noisy and needs an aftermarket adhesive rubber pad or similar to make it bowhunting silent. A pretty simple fix.As stated, these stands are all about ratchet straps—three are required—and I found it interesting the directions include no info on how to properly use a ratchet strap. Sure, operation of a ratchet strap is relatively straightforward, but when your tree stand demands three of them, it’s time to include a detailed diagram. While I’m nitpicking, I’d like to see a thicker, more comfortable seat pad, and I’m glad to see the company has introduced a lighter (but more expensive) aluminum model for 2015. As it is, the Big Bruiser is a great spacious and versatile choice at a sweet price, a stand that will definitely increase your usable tree options this fall—a very good thing for serious bowhunters everywhere..
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy solid stand Very easy to hang and adjust. Rock solid. Hunted the first day of. pa. buck season all day in stand. 5**
Date published: 2014-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome treestand finally got that stand for the area with crappy trees this worked perfect!
Date published: 2014-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome treestand for crooked trees
Date published: 2014-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an awesome stand. Aluminum construction would be a lot better.
Date published: 2013-12-24
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