DANVILLE, Ala. (Sept. 18, 2015) – In response to customer demand, Hunter Safety System now offers a LIFELINE that accommodated stands up to 44 feet high. The new LIFELINE 42 is ideal for hunters that are filming their hunt and need to have a cameraman in a higher stand and for those hunters that like to hunt from higher locations.
More and more hunters are discovering that using the LIFELINE not only keeps them safer, it truly makes treestand hunting more convenient and actually gets in position to hunt more quickly.
The new LIFELINE 42 features the company’s latest technology of the woven-in reflective strip that makes locating a treestand in the dark as simple and quick as pressing a flashlight switch. It also features the Recon Carabiner in a new sound-dampening Cow Bell Cover for absolute stealth while climbing and hunting.
In the past, hunters that chose to be in stands above 30 feet would have to climb 12 feet or more before hooking up to their LIFELINE. This is extremely dangerous because statistics prove that 86-percent of all treestand accidents occur while climbing in and out of the treestand. With the new LIFELINE 42 this is no longer an issue.
The LIFELINE 42 completely protects the treestand hunter from the risk of life threatening injury when getting into and out of the stand and is hands down the simplest, safest way to stay attached to the tree from the ground to the stand, during the hunt and back again. The LIFELINE accommodates stands up to 44 feet high, and the Recon Carabineer is rated at 3,500 pounds.
The LIFELINE 42 will be available only online at www.huntersafetysystem.com. The suggested retail price will be $49.99 for a single attachment point and $59.99 for the tandem.
Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Danville, Ala., Hunter Safety System is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative deer hunting gear and hunting equipment for the serious hunter. For additional information, write to: The Hunter Safety System, 8237 Danville Road, Danville, AL 35619; call toll-free 877-296-3528; or visit www.huntersafetysystem.com.