Gorilla Ladders

Model WP-BF20-13

Internet #204210026

Store SKU #1000012565

20 in. Aluminum Work Platform

  • Doubles as standing platform or work bench
  • Weighs just 10 lbs. for easy transport and storage
  • Slip-resistant for stability

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Product Overview

The versatile Gorilla Ladders Work Platform has a 250 lb. capacity and provides the extra lift you need to quickly and easily get any project done around the home or jobsite. This work platform/bench features a large standing surface area with locking legs to ensure stability. With a 20 in. standing height, 250 lb. weight capacity and lightweight 10 lb. design, it's ideal for painting, hanging drywall, for use as a work surface or even as a convenient bench.

  • 250 lb. capacity ideal for a variety of light household projects
  • Lightweight aluminum construction is easy to transport and store
  • Large, versatile, multi-use platform serves as a workbench or platform for painting and repairs
  • Slip-resistant surface ensures secure footing

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gorilla Ladders 20 in. Aluminum Work Platform I purchased this at Home Depot to complement my Warner work platform with the same dimensions. I like the Gorilla work platform better than the Warner for the following reasons: Gorilla has 250 lb rating; Warner has 225 lb rating. I cannot tell the difference by just standing on them. Both have the same hinges. However, the Gorilla end legs angle out a total of 1/2" greater distance. The Warner's top is constructed differently with a three piece top. The Gorilla has a one-piece top that is more comfortable to sit on in my opinion. The Gorilla seems to be lighter in weight which is a big plus to me. It also was a little cheaper in cost than the Warner. I have recently used the Gorilla platform on bed raisers, raising it's height from 20 to 24". Using a Easy Reach project stool (also purchased at Home Depot), I gained an excellent, safe access to the platform. April 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Work Platform Have been using this for about 3 months now it's a great addition to my ladders. I hate have to move my ladder over few feet to do my painting and molding work. This a perfect high to get to the stand ceiling. I'm not a tall person around 5' 6" so it perfect for me. It's steady to handle two people on platform. Maximum weight limit is 250 lbs. It has locking device to keep the legs from folding up on you. May 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Versatile, High Quality Tool My very first use of this was as an ad hoc table in front of our living room recliner chairs. Then on to a standing platform, making it easy to reach the top of the wall (for caulking or painting) and the ceiling. The unit feels stable and safe. The leg locks ensure that the legs can't fold in unexpectedly. This would be a great deal even at three times the price. Wish I had bought a couple more. November 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Work Platform Need a Work Platform for doing crown molding and mudding the walls. It's easy to setup and sturdy enough for two people. It's light weight. It beats a small ladder. On both end it has a step up so you don't have try to setup to the 18" height. January 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ROCK SOLID- table poundin' deal! I'm a big guy- but within the working limits of this device. It's like walking on the ground floor, no shakes, no wobbles. Super light- and just the right height to parka carcass to have lunch. :) I would have bought more, but one's enough for the job. December 1, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nice and sturdy this was a great buy. It does not wobble at all. make sure to put the leg locks on though. I came home and unfolded it and stood on it without paying attention and almost fell. November 30, 2013
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