Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Summit Treestands Recalls Hunters' Tree Stands Due to Fall Hazard

Consumer Contact: Summit Treestands, LLC, toll free at (855)375-9808, anytime or website www.summitstands.com click on the Recall icon for more information.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

Name of Product: Crush Series: Perch, Stoop and Ledge Treestands for hunters

Units: About 2,900

Manufacturer: Summit Treestands, LLC, of Decatur, Ala.

Hazard: The tree stand's hanging strap assembly could dislodge from the tree stand or fail to restrain or hold properly on the tree, posing a fall hazard.

Incidents/Injuries: None reported

Description: The recalled hunters' tree stands have the following names and item numbers: Crush Series Perch, number 82069; Crush Series Stoop, number 82070; and Crush Series Ledge number 82071. The tree stands include the main stand platform and seat with a green cinch strap and a tan tree stand hanging strap assembly, which consists of one nylon strap with a hook and an adjustment portion with a metal buckle and a matching nylon tab and a hook. This hanging strap assembly has the recalled item numbers printed on the safety label attached near the buckle.

Sold at: Hunting stores and in catalogs such as Bass Pro Shops, Cabelas and others nationwide from July 2012 through August 2012 for between $70 to $100.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for informing your readers about this recall. I just wanted to let you know that it was recently revised. The retailers involved have been updated. You can learn more about this recall and the update here: http://wemakeitsafer.com/Crush-Series-Perch-Stoop-And-Ledge-Treestands-For-Hunters-Recall-718898-659025.

    WeMakeItSafer does an amazing job keeping up with all the unannounced revisions. You can find RSS feeds to their recall posts here: http://wemakeitsafer.com/tools/productrecallsearch