September 11, 2000OOPS!
Firestone Info Here
API Outdoors Recalls Hunting
Treestands and Treeseats
LA (SafetyAlerts) - API Outdoors, a
division of Outland Sports Inc., announced today a voluntary recall of 54,000 treestands
and treeseats used by hunters. The seat of these devices can collapse, causing the
consumer to fall to the ground and suffer injury.
CPSC and API Outdoors are not aware of any injuries or incidents involving these products.
This recall is being conducted to prevent the possibility of injury.
The treestands included in this recall are the Alum-I-Lok with model number AL50,
Alum-I-Lok Original with model number AL100, Alum-I-Lok Magnum with model number AL100M,
Pro-Lock with model number AL050P and Pro-Lock Magnum with model number AL100MR. A yellow
and black label with the product name and model number, along with the API Outdoors logo
and toll-free number is located on the treestand platform. These treestands have non-slip
safety straps and a safety belt. The Bobcat Treeseat with model number AL910 also is part
of this recall. A label on the attachment belt below the seat reads, "The Alum-I-Lite
Bobcat Treeseat, Model AL-910." The seats with the treestands and treeseats are
covered with camouflage fabric.
Hunting supply stores and catalogs nationwide sold the treestands and treeseats from
January 1999 through August 2000. Prices for the treestands were between $60 and $90, and
prices for the treeseats were between $30 and $40.
Consumers should stop using the recalled treestands and treeseats immediately, and contact
API Outdoors for a free repair. Call API Outdoors toll-free at (888) 530-6098 between 8
a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CT Monday through Friday, or write to API Outdoors, 602 Kimbrough Dr.,
Tallulah, LA 71282.
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