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Primal Descender Device and Full-Body Harness Combo for Treestand Hunters

Automatic, Controlled and Hands-Free Descent

Safety harnesses are essential when it comes to treestand safety, but hanging in a harness for too long after a fall can cause permanent injury, or even death.

Primal Treestands’ Emergency Descender prevents injury or death by safely lowering the hunter to the ground immediately after a fall, even if the hunter is unconscious.

A safe but quick descent is essential because after just a few minutes of hanging in the harness, the harness’s leg straps can interrupt blood flow to and from the legs, causing a deadly condition known as suspension trauma. Pain, unconsciousness and even death can occur within as little as 15 minutes of hanging in a harness.

The Emergency Descender lowers the hunter automatically and hands-free IMMEDIATELY after a fall, even if a hunter is unconscious or injured. The weight range for users is 120 up to 300 pounds.The Emergency Descender is small enough to fit into a coat or safety harness pocket, weighs less than 2 pounds and provides up to 25 feet of descent. The Emergency Descender is a simple system that could save your life!The new Protector Harness is lightweight and comfortable for all-day hunts, featuring padded shoulder and waist straps and a lineman’s climbing belt for equipment installation.

How much is your life worth? Get down easy with the Emergency Descender, and hunt again tomorrow!

Available at Orscheln Farm & Home and

PTDC-901 Descender & Harness Combo MSRP: $99.99

PTDD-900 Descender Device MSRP: $59.00

PTDH-903 Protector Harness MSRP: $50.00

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(Originally posted by HLNews)


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