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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JTNYC Bargain step ladder
I moved into a new apartment with extremely high ceilings and needed a ladder to reach my top cabinets. The other issue was trying to find one that would fit in a narrow 6" gap by the refrigerator when closed. My contractor recommended ladders from the Container Store that ran $79 or $99. Before I bought one of those, I perused HD online and found this step ladder. It's sturdy, light and folds very thin (3 1/2"). The little holes at the top are great for tools or light bulbs. And it was 1/2 the price!
September 18, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Kotaishi For the home owner, not the pro. Love the light weight!
I like everything about this except that it's not made for a pro to use every day, all day. I've used, broken, and returned two of them. The second rung likes to break. Very easy to move from place to place it is so light. If you're a home owner, or DIY kinda person, great! Don't expect it to hold up to the use of a contractor.
April 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Burnzi77 3-Step Aluminum Ultra-Light Step Stool Ladder - Wife's best household tool ever!
This ladder was the perfect gift for my wife. She kept complaining that every time she had to get something down from an upper cabinet, my stepladder was too heavy and she was tired of waiting for me to "get around to it". Now she is smiling a lot more, a lot less grumbling, and handles this ultra-light 3-step aluminum ladder like a pro. She has even told me to use my own ladder and to keep my hands off of hers. She is using it all over the house, even in the upstairs closets. Well worth the price.
May 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by azgayle great household step stool ladder
I hated lugging the ladder in to the house for simple chores. It was guaranteed to bump the furniture or the dog or usually my shin. This handy, light weight fold up step stool is just right. Easy to store because it opens and closes easily. Just right to reach up to dust the fans, or reach something hiding at the back of the top shelf or painting the top molding - or taking a picture of the baby birds in the nest without disturbing mom! I'm very happy with this step ladder!
May 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ShortGuy Get one now
For a shorter person, like me, this perfectly bridges the gap between a too short step stool and a too tall ladder for many inside jobs such as changing light bulbs in ceiling fixtures. It is much more sturdy and stable than the cheap step stools I have used before and not much heavier. I love the combined shelf and knee/hip brace at the top to help maintain your balance when standing on either the second or third step.
High quality and fair price, you can't go wrong buying one! I used one at my sister-in-laws' house and bought one for myself as soon as we returned home after our visit.
July 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Nice step ladder
It is a good, light weight ladder with a handy parts and tool tray at the top. The bottom two steps are rigidly constructed in a hollow tubular D-ish design. The plastic third step platform has a built-in locking feature that keeps the ladder open securely and has an easy to use closing mechanism.
January 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CSinTampa Great ladder for sale price!
I got this when it was on special for about twenty bucks, and it is well worth that price. At full price it is still a great ladder, I wasn't really in the market for a new ladder, but couldn't pass up the deal. We have a study with floor to 12ft ceiling shelves and we use this to reach the top shelves. It is very sturdy, no wiggling even on the top step, and it is well constructed. On sale I would recommend you grab it while they have it, full price I'd say wait unless you need it right away, which if you do, you are still getting a great ladder/step stool.
May 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by imapro4sho Light and Sturdy
Ladder is easy to carry around and small enough to fit in your car, but the aluminum dents easily around the legs. Also, not a fan of the ladder flopping open/close while carrying it around or storing it behind the door. They should have some sort of clasp that holds it shut, so your kids don't get their fingers pinched while getting the ladder for you. Also, the rubber feet are not screwed on at the bottom, so they tend to fall off. I took a hot glue gun and glued the rubber feet, so they won't fall off. Then I taped strips of adhesive velcro between the legs, so the ladder stays shut until you need to open it for use.
October 25, 2013