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Hillsound BTR Stool

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$ 55.00
Color: Alpenglow
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Features:

  • PhantomLock™
  • Ultralight
  • Quick setup
  • Detachable seat
  • Strap for easy packing

Tech Specs:

  • Fabric: 100% Nylon Mesh
  • Poles: Aluminum Alloy 7001
  • Load Capacity: 240 lbs | 110 kg
  • Weight (14"): 12.6 oz | 357g
  • Weight (17"): 14.1 oz | 399g

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

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V.W.
Light and very useful

For years I have used a crazy creek camping seat to glass for Coues deer. This puts you flat on the ground most of the time and can make glass up from flats uncomfortable. My father carried a heavy folding stool last year and I tried glassing off of it. It made it much more comfortable and I felt like I I had a better view of the world so I started looking for a light weight version. I found the BTR and haven't looked back. My Adult on set hunter daughter even used it behind a tripod to shoot her first Coues buck in 2020.

I've read the issues others have had with this product but out of 3 stools used this last rifle deer season we suffered zero issues, My father and I used ours almost every day of a 10 day Coues hunt and had no issues.

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T.
Kudos to Outdoorsman's service!

Well, my stool indeed did fail on me. I sent an email with the pic showing how a leg had become completely disconnected. Described how I was simply sitting down to change my shoes after changing my clothes at end of a hot day in prep for the long drive back home. I sent the email in the evening last nite. This morning a few moments ago... I see an order confirmation where they are sending me a replacement. So I wanted to make sure to come back here and publicly give them props for being "on it". Crossing my fingers that 1 of the 3 of these I purchased for my family was just a bad luck lemon.

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L.T.
Just what I was looking for!

Love the BTR stool. Small, light sooo comfortable to use. The guys at Outdoorsman know how to pick awesome items to make our experience hunting and hanging outside that much better. Thanks for you help and customer service.

T
T.B.
Unbelievably Lightweight and Compact

This thing is seriously ultralight and ultra compact. If you're like me and leave your stool behind on longer treks or quick ground blind set ups on turkeys, you should consider the BTR. I'm 6'3", 203lbs, and the 17" BTR is comfortable and sturdy. It's worth mentioning the warning that the load capacity can only be guaranteed on flat surfaces and when the weight is evenly distributed across all three legs. As well, the bearing surface of the feet is slightly bigger than a quarter (a little over 1in/sq). Testing in my rain dampened yard seems fine, however, I expect to eventually deal with some sinking when afield as well as rarely finding flat ground. Shims under the feet to level the stool and increase the weight bearing surface should mitigate this. I still give the stool 5 stars considering it's insanely light and compact. The BTR is a perfect compromise between all day comfort and portability. I'm looking forward to putting this new piece of gear to use!

W
W.
Finally a lightweight yet strong stool

Having a stool out in the boonies to sit on while spotting is great for many reasons. The problem is that the cheap ones are flimsy and heavy. Usually over 2 lbs. While not cheap, BTR weighs less than one pound, is very sturdy and packs down small. This looks to be the ticket when you don't want to set in the snow/mud and want some elevation for your spotting. I can't wait to put this new tool to work.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
50%
(5)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
10%
(1)
30%
(3)
V
V.W.
Light and very useful

For years I have used a crazy creek camping seat to glass for Coues deer. This puts you flat on the ground most of the time and can make glass up from flats uncomfortable. My father carried a heavy folding stool last year and I tried glassing off of it. It made it much more comfortable and I felt like I I had a better view of the world so I started looking for a light weight version. I found the BTR and haven't looked back. My Adult on set hunter daughter even used it behind a tripod to shoot her first Coues buck in 2020.

I've read the issues others have had with this product but out of 3 stools used this last rifle deer season we suffered zero issues, My father and I used ours almost every day of a 10 day Coues hunt and had no issues.

T
T.
Kudos to Outdoorsman's service!

Well, my stool indeed did fail on me. I sent an email with the pic showing how a leg had become completely disconnected. Described how I was simply sitting down to change my shoes after changing my clothes at end of a hot day in prep for the long drive back home. I sent the email in the evening last nite. This morning a few moments ago... I see an order confirmation where they are sending me a replacement. So I wanted to make sure to come back here and publicly give them props for being "on it". Crossing my fingers that 1 of the 3 of these I purchased for my family was just a bad luck lemon.

L
L.T.
Just what I was looking for!

Love the BTR stool. Small, light sooo comfortable to use. The guys at Outdoorsman know how to pick awesome items to make our experience hunting and hanging outside that much better. Thanks for you help and customer service.

T
T.B.
Unbelievably Lightweight and Compact

This thing is seriously ultralight and ultra compact. If you're like me and leave your stool behind on longer treks or quick ground blind set ups on turkeys, you should consider the BTR. I'm 6'3", 203lbs, and the 17" BTR is comfortable and sturdy. It's worth mentioning the warning that the load capacity can only be guaranteed on flat surfaces and when the weight is evenly distributed across all three legs. As well, the bearing surface of the feet is slightly bigger than a quarter (a little over 1in/sq). Testing in my rain dampened yard seems fine, however, I expect to eventually deal with some sinking when afield as well as rarely finding flat ground. Shims under the feet to level the stool and increase the weight bearing surface should mitigate this. I still give the stool 5 stars considering it's insanely light and compact. The BTR is a perfect compromise between all day comfort and portability. I'm looking forward to putting this new piece of gear to use!

W
W.
Finally a lightweight yet strong stool

Having a stool out in the boonies to sit on while spotting is great for many reasons. The problem is that the cheap ones are flimsy and heavy. Usually over 2 lbs. While not cheap, BTR weighs less than one pound, is very sturdy and packs down small. This looks to be the ticket when you don't want to set in the snow/mud and want some elevation for your spotting. I can't wait to put this new tool to work.

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