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SHERRILLtree Retreever Telescopic Reach Tool

SHERRILLtree Retreever Telescopic Reach Tool
Item #: 30762
$46.95
Telescoping stainless steel reach tool with tether and snap. Adjusts from 19-inches to 10-feet.

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Designed primarily for maximizing reach to rope ends for horizontal canopy movement, this 10-foot stainless steel telescoping handle uses a flexible tip that you can bend into whatever shape the task requires. Bend it tight for hooking ropes, or into an “s” to push them over a branch, and, when you’re done, straighten it out and move through the tree without hooking to everything you pass. Climbers are going to love the length, weight, and portability, but—more important—the ability to canvas a canopy like never before! 14 oz., stainless steel construction.

The RETREEVER Telescoping Reach Tool
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.60 lb.
Brand SHERRILLtree
Color No
Diameter No
Strand Count No
MPN SPLICING
UPC Code 8.55535E+11
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Junk Review by Baumann
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Complete junk. I agree with everyone else on how flimsy this tool is. Already broken and $50 down the drain. (Posted on 4/20/2016)
Love/hate relationship Review by Mark
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A frustrating tool to carry with you, as detailed in all the other reviews, but when you need it nothing else will do. The hook is weak, if it's hanging on your saddle it gets snagged on branches and extends. It sure seemed like a good idea but definitely needs improvement. (Posted on 2/1/2015)
great Review by geert7
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One of my most used tools. It is not strong enough to use it with your climbing lines. However I suggest to use it in combination with a retractable dog leash and a small throw weight. After installing the thin line from the leash, use it to pull your climbing-line into place.It sounds funny and people will certainly laugh, however it works so well. I use the Retreever now for a long time and it still functions as new, however I never lift more with it than the rope from the leash with a small weight.<a href='http://www.boom7.nl/boomverzorging/retreever-en-hondenriem.html'>Pictures of me</a> climbing and using the Retreever with leash (Posted on 12/7/2014)
great tool Review by gws
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One of my most used tools. It is not strong enough to use it with your climbing lines. I suggest to use it in combination with a retractable dog leash and a small throw weight.It sounds funny and people will certainly laugh, however it works so well. I use the Retreever now for a long time and it still functions as new, however I never lift more with it than the rope from the leash with a small weight.<a href='http://www.boom7.nl/boomverzorging/retreever-en-hondenriem.html'>Pictures of me</a> climbing and using the Retreever with leash (Posted on 12/3/2014)
not what i expected Review by tom
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This tool looked good in catalog. While in tree it didn't prove to be helpfull. The hook is to weak and unfolds under pressure. I had to have hanger poles sent up to finish setting rope in various crotches. (Posted on 8/21/2014)
weak Review by Michael
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Lasted one job, when extended it bent and eventually broke. great idea needs some better engineering to make it last (Posted on 8/30/2012)
Nice Idea -- Not Well Made Review by Peter
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Good idea. But flimsy.IF YOU DROP IT while extended, it WILL bend! And break.Materials (Posted on 7/21/2012)
great idea Review by Matt
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The device is a great idea, but it'd was just designed to flimsy.I had to stop using it because it kept pulling apart or the hook wouldn't hold its shape and would drop them rope. (Posted on 11/2/2011)
worked well once Review by Ryan
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It is very flimsy. I did not have as much of a problem with the hook coming un bent as I did with the sections twisting and dropping the rope I was trying to grab. Sherrill did return it with no conflict. (Posted on 3/6/2011)
Retreever - Has its ups and downs Review by Miko Del
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This tele reach device, while kind of flimsy, certainly changes the way you think about getting around in a tree. You can grab a throwbag almost 10 ft away. But don't pull too hard! The hook isn't strong and does not retain it's bend if you hit a snag. One of the joints also hyper-extended on me and cut me pretty badly. Sherrill and Co. was very cool about the whole thing. But I have a replacement in mind, because this is one advantage I have come to depend upon (Posted on 12/2/2010)