The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a recall on X-Stand ‘Silent Adrenaline’ and ‘Apache’ brand tree stands. The treestands, manufactured in China, have cable assemblies that can corrode and then break while in-use causing people to fall without warning. Multiple injuries have been reported, with at least two people suffering broken bones. The CPSC warned that hunters “should immediately stop using the recalled climbing treestands”.
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- X-stand brand treestands are manufactured in China and distributed by Lakeville, MN based Alliance Outdoor Products Inc.
- The treestands affected by this recall were manufactured in 2017 and sold between May 2017 through December 2018.
- These models were sold at multiple retail locations across the U.S. as well as online at SportsmansGuide.com and x-stand.com.
Look for the following on the labeling to help identify the product –
According to the CPSC: “The model is identified on the box and in the instruction manual. They are made from lightweight aluminum, have a black nylon netting seat and padded arm rests and seat bar. The weight capacity is 300 pounds. Treestands with a batch number located on the metal plate riveted to the stand that ends in “17” are included in the recall.”
Name: Silent Adrenaline
Model Number: XSCT334
Batch Numbers: 5X-1017 and 5X-1517
Model Number: XSCT355
Batch Number: 5X-5317