First Look: Millennium Treestands’ M150 Monster Hang-On Stand

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posted on July 1, 2024
LEDE M 150 Monster

Millennium Treestands has designed its M150 Monster hang-on stand to meet the demands of serious hunters. With a weight capacity of 300 pounds, the M150 Monster is overbuilt to provide security and stability during a hunt.

Finding the perfect location for a treestand is critical. This is why Millennium is built to be accommodating of a variety of placements. Even if the tree has a lean of up to 15 degrees, the M150 Monster can adapt to the trees variations. Setting up the stand is quick and silent. Once on board, an included safety harness secures the hunter before they hoist up gear.

M150 Monster attachment system

M150 Monster delivers comfort for long hours in the stand with its patented ComfortMAX seat. Featuring a full backrest and side supports, this 20-inch wide, 17-inch deep sling seat can be adjusted from 16 inches to 20 inches above the platform for customized comfort. Gun and crossbow hunters can enhance their setup with the optional M101 shooting rail, while bow hunters should appreciate the ease of transitioning to a standing position that the folding seat allows. Standing use is further aided by a spacious 24-inch wide, 37-inch deep aluminum platform.

Weighing in at 19.5 pounds, the aluminum stand folds easily for backpacking. Its powder-coat finish eliminates glare and protects the stand from the elements, promising years of reliable use. The package includes a full-body harness and the SafeLink system, featuring a 35-foot rope with a prusik knot and carabiner for safe ascent and descent from hang-on, climber and ladder stands.

For more information on this portable yet comfortable hang-on stand, designed with both long treks and long sits in mind, visit millenniumstands.comMSRP: $299.99

M150 Monster Features

  • ComfortMAX contoured tight-sling seat
  • Powder-coat finish
  • Seat folds for standing shots
  • Folds flat for backpacking
  • Large Platform
  • Adjustable seat height
  • Adjusts to leaning trees up to 15 degrees

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