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4-Step Steel Skinny Mini Step Stool Ladder with Project Tray

  • Comfortably reach 10 ft. ceilings
  • Folding project tray perfect for paint cans, tools and hardware
  • "The absolute perfect home ladder" (see reviews)
$44.99 /each

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The perfect project ladder for any job, this 4-Step Steel Skinny Mini Step Stool Ladder features a folding, multipurpose tray and safety grip hoop to make any project easier and more convenient. A soft top grip ensures comfort, while the slim, compact design allows you to store the ladder anywhere in your home, garage, office or workshop. The ladder supports up to 225 lbs. with durable steel steps and rails, ensuring stability on a wide range of jobs.

  • Folding project tray holds a paint can, tools, hardware and more
  • Compact design for easy storage
  • Soft comfort grip enables easy climbing and carrying
  • Sturdy steel steps and rails provide solid support when climbing
  • ANSI certified and OSHA compliant for safety
  • Standing height: 41.6 in.

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What is the height of the top step?

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42 inches
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approximately 4 ft
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November 4, 2014
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It is approximately 41.5".
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The unit's free standing height is about 5 feet. An added benefit is ladder has a tray to hold tools and a handle to hold when on steps.
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Laguna Niguel, Ca.
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The height of the top step is 42 inches.
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Loxahatchee, Florida
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August 19, 2014
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42 inches
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I believe, Renata, the top step (4th - not tray) is about 4'4".
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July 18, 2014
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Top step is 42". A great ladder!
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Fairfax County, VA, USA
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July 18, 2014
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The top step is 42" high.
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The top step is 42" from floor level.
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What is the footprint of this ladder when fully open?

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In other words, if you were to open the ladder completely and draw a rectangle around all the feet, what would the dimensions of that rectangle be? Many thanks.
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37" deep 24" wide
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Footprint is approximately 2' x 4'
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November 4, 2014
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It is approximately 37" by 23".
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The ladder range when fully deployed is probably about 36 inches wide.
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It's 3 feet deep by 19.75 inches wide when fully open.
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August 21, 2014
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When fully opened, the Skinny Mini 4-Step Ladder is 24.25" wide at the back, 19.75" wide at the front, and 35.5" from front to back. I find the ladder to be very stable and the steps are deep enough for both of my size 7 feet.
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Footprint when fully opened: Front-to-back is 26-3/4” (long), Back is 23-3/4” wide and front is 19-1/2” wide. Hope this helps. I love this ladder!
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36 inches by 24 inches
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The legs spread to 36 inches when open however I didn't measure the width
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How high is the ladder & what is the reach capacity for a person 5'6''?

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The best way to answer this is to stand on the floor next to a door opening or wall and see where your finger tips come to. Measure that and then add 42 inches (3' 6"). I stood on the top step and my head came within 2" of touching a 9' 3" ceiling. I am about 5' 7" tall. Great stool/ ladder.
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I am about 6 foot and I can reach over and work my garage roof which is about 9-10 feet from the ground
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November 4, 2014
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The height of the top step is about 41.5" when the ladder is open. The working height would be approximately 41.5" plus the user's height, assuming you want to work on something at about head level. The total reach would depend on arm length and the reach of any tools to be used.
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This ladder is very sturdy and can accommodate any size person. For the average height person the ladder will range up to 10-11 feet and has handle to assist in high places.
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The ladder is 67 inches high from top to bottom but the top step is 42 inches high, so I imagine that it would be somewhere around nine feet if you were standing on the top step.
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The top step is 42 inches from the ground and the top rail is about waist high on me and I'm about 5'6"
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At 5'6" you can easily reach a 9 ft. ceiling on the 3rd step. If you go the 4th step, you could reach 10 ft. just as easily.
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The top of the 4th step is 42" from floor level. Just add 42" to your own personal floor level reach height to know your own reach capacity. I am 5"4" and the Skinny Mini 4-step ladder is perfect for helping me to reach into tall kitchen cabinets, place items on high shelving, fill our bird feeders, or paint 9 ft high ceilings. The deep steps are so much more comfortable and safe than the narrow ones on Read More
The top of the 4th step is 42" from floor level. Just add 42" to your own personal floor level reach height to know your own reach capacity. I am 5"4" and the Skinny Mini 4-step ladder is perfect for helping me to reach into tall kitchen cabinets, place items on high shelving, fill our bird feeders, or paint 9 ft high ceilings. The deep steps are so much more comfortable and safe than the narrow ones on my husband's contractor-type step ladder, and I appreciate the top grab bar for extra stability when I get on and off the ladder. Overall, this is a well designed and practical step ladder for any household. Read Less
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Standing height (top step) is 42". I am 5 ft, 6 inches tall, and I use this to clean my windows. While standing on the top step, I can reach the top of my windows, and I have 12-foot ceilings (my windows go almost to the ceiling). I can reach both INSIDE and OUTSIDE windows with this ladder. Excellent buy for me! Hope this helps.
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How much does this ladder weigh? Read EVERYTHING, but couldn't find that!!

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I weighed it on my balance beam bathroom scale holding it from falling over. It weighed 22lbs.
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November 4, 2014
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It's kind of heavy since it's made of steel instead of aluminum. I believe I read that it weighs 28 lbs. But it's sturdy.
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The ladder is heavy. Probably weighs about 20 lbs and you would need someplace to store because unit size is tall free standing.
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I'm not sure about the weight but my guess would be about 25 lbs. I can lift it easily if that is any help.
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It's heavy, I would guess that it's about 20 LBs. That's the trade off for it's wide steps and very sturdy construction
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I don't know the exact weight, but taking a guess, I'd say between 35 and 40 lbs. I am a small female, and I can lift and carry it easily.
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The Skinny Mini 4-Step Steel Ladder weighs 22 pounds. I am a 70-year-old 5'4" woman and don't have any trouble lifting or carrying the ladder when it is folded flat.
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Weight 21.4 pounds. Nice ladder!
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4-Step Steel Skinny Mini Step Stool Ladder with Project Tray is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 118.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best choice for household chores for high ceilings Light and easy to open/close. Stable. Useful tray with holes for tools. Folds to only 2" deep for storage. My quickie specs: Open 63.5" high; 36" front foot to rear; 24" left rear foot to right; steps 12" wide * 8" deep; tray ~ 10.5" * 10". Closed: 67" high; 24" wide; 2" deep.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tall,Sturdy, and Comfortable As other reviewers have stated, this Ladder is a very sturdy 4 step folding ladder. Good for jobs that require reaching out while working overhead. The deep steps, the top hand grip, the project Tray, along with the sturdiness of this tall ladder, makes it comfortable for this 70 year old, while working on ceiling high projects. It's a little heavy (about 20+lbs.) but worth it ,costing about half as much as other 4 step Folding Ladders. Don't let the MINI fool you. This is a great ladder, with free shipping to my nearest store.
Date published: 2016-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product at 1/2 the price of comps Got this excellent ladder from HD for less than $50 shipped free. This is less than ½ of cost of comparable products. Nice wide steps and the indispensable paint/tool tray. Don’t let the Skinny name deter you, plenty of width and stability for your home projects. Third step will get you above 8’ for ceiling work with that all important grab rail for safety. While the steel construction adds weight it provides excellent stability and is not difficult to move and store, but don’t keep out of doors as steel will rust over time. Thanks HD for this great value!!
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Skinny Mini Project Ladder I needed to do some painting around the house; however I have a knee problem and regular ladders give me fits. I saw this online because I could not find anything suitable in the store. I currently have a three step ladder but it was not tall enough. Was I amazed at the quality, need I say for the price, and it has worked out wonderfully. Tall enough and sturdy enough to do the high chores with no mess. It is a little heavier to carry than average step ladders, but not too bad. The only drawback is that the regular sized paint trays are a little larger than the tray holder, so you have to be careful if you want to use with a paint tray. But it is wonderful and you don't heel wobbly on it at all!
Date published: 2012-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product This ladder allows me to reach a 9 foot ceiling while standing on a large comfortable step. The tray holds a 1 gallon paint can and tools. It is easy to open and close and is very sturdy. Glad I bought this stool.
Date published: 2013-10-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy, Bulky, Heavy It is a sturdy ladder. No doubt about that. When I climb to the top, I feel secure. That is why I purchased this. My old wooden ladder is wobbly and shorter. I always felt like I was going to fall. That said, its spread is quite wide, so I have trouble using it in my small kitchen space where I need it. It's heavy, so I don't automatically reach for it like I do for my old wooden just because it is easier to transport. I thought I could trash my old wooden once I got this, but I can't for that reason. I guess it has to be designed this way in order achieve the uber-secure feeling on top. It's a good product, but had I understood it took up this much real estate (when open) and weight, I would have opted out. Maybe it's better that I didn't know because it did help me do some emergency work which my old ladder could not have managed. Overall, it's a good ladder to have around.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for Petite Women Trying to Reach Tall Ceilings I'm a petite woman, 5'2", and I can touch the top of a 9.5' ceiling while standing comfortably on the highest step with no fear (and I have a fear of heights). I like that it's a step stool more than a ladder because the steps can accommodate my entire foot/feet. It is a bit heavier than I would like, but the stability of the steps make it worth it. And it folds real skinny and is easy to store.
Date published: 2014-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from lean and mean! Beautifully designed equipment: I got two! I was looking for a step ladder that would collapse easily and allow me to reach higher than your typical step ladder. This is it. The price was right and it is surprisingly sturdy. I also like that it will support 300 lbs. I am nowhere near that heavy, but it's nice to know that it has that kind of structural integrity. It folds up to maybe three inches in depth, so it takes up very little room when stored. I bought two: one for home and one for school, so that I can reach the ceiling high bookcases without having to climb up on the narrow counter space. I am very happy with the purchase. I also like how there is a hand grip space above the final step unlike most ladders. With this one, you can climb on the fourth step and still have something to hang on to. Brilliant design.
Date published: 2013-07-16
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