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MetalTech Baker Style 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 2 ft. Utility Scaffold 1100 lb. Load Capacity
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MetalTech

Baker Style 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 2 ft. Utility Scaffold 1100 lb. Load Capacity

  • Adjustable height up to 76 in.
  • High weight capacity of 1100 lbs.
  • Durably constructed
$199.00 /each

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This MetalTech multipurpose maxi square baker-style rolling scaffold features an anti-slip plywood deck with steel reinforcement. Highest capacity in this category of 1,100 lbs. It adjusts from as low as 27 in. to as high as 76 in. in 2 in. increments. Constructed with rugged 1-1/2 in. square steel tubes with a baked-on yellow poly powder coat finish, 5 in. double locking caster wheels and a full hand grip spring-loaded double pronged locking mechanism. The 6 ft. baker style is the most popular scaffold in the industry and preferred by most professionals and homeowners.

  • 1,100 lbs. capacity
  • Platform height adjusts in 2 in. increments
  • Adjusts each side at different heights to accommodate to work site
  • 5 in. double lock casters

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Is the product stackable? If so, how many sections are safely recommended?

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Winter Haven, FL
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October 12, 2016
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How do I purchase another section to stack? I haven't seen any advertised.
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For a wall aplication, it is safe to go 3 high. And 4 to 1 osha ratio waived if 2nd and 3rd levels are wired to wall with osha aproved ties and conecting bolts. Of course railings need to be on 2-3rd levels , if inside railings left off set distance of wall to scaffolding at 10". Railing system should have a kick guard at plank levels above 10' or on this case. 2nd and 3rd frames. Take into account Read More
For a wall aplication, it is safe to go 3 high. And 4 to 1 osha ratio waived if 2nd and 3rd levels are wired to wall with osha aproved ties and conecting bolts. Of course railings need to be on 2-3rd levels , if inside railings left off set distance of wall to scaffolding at 10". Railing system should have a kick guard at plank levels above 10' or on this case. 2nd and 3rd frames. Take into account safe entries. Railings with door for entry would be needed.. Read Less
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May 2, 2016
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yes,two
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July 30, 2015
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This question is answered in the description of the product.
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Seacoast, New Hampshire
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March 18, 2015
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2 -3 however you will need the safety rail guard kit to be OSHA complaint and outrigger kit is a MUST no matter what to give the unit the additional stability it needs.
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February 23, 2015
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Hi, thank you for your question. You can safely stack 2 units, providing you use the outriggers and the guard rail systems also sold on HomeDepot.com
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Are the outriggers necessary to stabilize this if the platform is at the maximum 6' height?

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June 14, 2016
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I would say no. If you double the height then I would say yes. It was plenty stable for me and I used it on uneven dirt. Plus I have a fear of heights. I put it all the way to the top and I was ok.
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Stabilizers should be used above 5' for safety. Hard to keep if from shaking above 5' without a spotter.
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not for use as directed,add a level,yes
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July 30, 2015
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I used the platform outside without the wheels. I used four 6 in.² 2 x 6 wood squares to support the scaffolding. I didn't feel outriggers were necessary working at the 6 foot maximum height. I also constructed my own extension legs to where the platform height was now approximately 8 feet and at that working height I stabilized the scaffolding with four 2x4's anchored in the ground which was absolutely Read More
I used the platform outside without the wheels. I used four 6 in.² 2 x 6 wood squares to support the scaffolding. I didn't feel outriggers were necessary working at the 6 foot maximum height. I also constructed my own extension legs to where the platform height was now approximately 8 feet and at that working height I stabilized the scaffolding with four 2x4's anchored in the ground which was absolutely necessary. Read Less
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July 3, 2015
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Hi, Thank you for your question. According to OSHA a minimum height to smallest base ration of 4 to 1 is necessary to keep a safe margin. The base is 29" on the width, so you can safely use this 6ft. scaffold at maximum height.
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In the Description it says 6 ft. x 6 ft. x "2 ft." but in the specification it states 29.75 in depth which is correct?

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The deck itself is 28.5" wide, I know this because I have had to replace one that had inadvertently been left outside. Why they specify 2 feet?, may be from the perspective of the safe area to work on but that is only conjecture. One of the selling features I have seen is its ability to fit through the average home's exterior door which I believe is somewhere in the 30" range ergo it is going to be Read More
The deck itself is 28.5" wide, I know this because I have had to replace one that had inadvertently been left outside. Why they specify 2 feet?, may be from the perspective of the safe area to work on but that is only conjecture. One of the selling features I have seen is its ability to fit through the average home's exterior door which I believe is somewhere in the 30" range ergo it is going to be close, I have tested this theory out in my own home by passing it through my home's back door, front door, and the garage door with very limited wiggle room in each case. Long story short, when you include the railing support for the platform 29.75" is much more accurate, not to mention width of the vertical ladder structure on either end. Read Less
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29.75" overall
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Actual Deck depth is; 28 1/2" Total depth of scaffolding 29 1/4"
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May 12, 2015
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Hi, thank you for your question, this product is 29" wide. Thank you for noticing, we will change the description.
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What are the dimensions of the product in packaging? This will determine if I need a trailer to pick up the product from the store. Thanks.

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The PACKAGE DIMENSIONS (W X D X H) 75 X 30.5 X 5.25 IN. and weighs 127 lbs.
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its about 61/2' 61/2' by21/2' aprox, been good to me, safe locking set pins,and wheels. left out in sun for a few days and the rubber surface on platform split and started to curl,a glue gun and 3' 2x12 fixed that.i like it because its safe and sturdy
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The dimensions of the scaffold are 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 2 ft.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's Ok So, bought this in June....didn't use until October. Average guy who HATES going up high. Had some roof & fascia work on a small shed that required using a ladder to access. Thought this would be much better, and yes it is. However, not being used to scaffolding, found it a bit 'shaky' to use, albeit it is 'shaky-secure'----in other words, it's not going to fall apart on you when standing on it. Climbing up the side as per instructions is not the most secure feeling in the world. It feels like it will tip over and yes, as per instructions, you need to keep your body close. So, to avoid that, I used a ladder to give another footing, lol. I felt better and that's what counts. The platform comes with 2 drilled holes that is suppose fit onto 2 metal dowels to keep in place. Mine did not line up. No way to bring this back (too awkward anyways), & I had to use it, so I threw it up and let it sit on top of one dowel, which of course, ending up splitting that hole. 2 spring clamps are use to secure the platform so it does not tip when standing on either end. One of the welded clamp holders was welded on crooked & I had to smack that clamp open with a hammer. It worked ok after. It's easy to assemble, a bit cumbersome, depends how co-ordinated you are I guess, lol. It does beat standing on a ladder for extended periods to work on something high. It is great for that, but the shaky feeling & minor lack of quality control gets me subtracting 2 stars. It's ok, it works, & I recommend this....especially at only a couple hundred bucks. I know, could have 'rented' one. But then I gotta lug it back & forth, puts 'pressure' on me to get the job done in one day, & so the convenience of having this plus it's there when needed & it stores nicely in my shed is worth the price...shakiness & bad holes aside. October 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Unstable and wobbly at height Ok product. I run a small masonry business and recently purchased this scaffolding for indoor jobs and other small jobs. After using he product for about two weeks I have mixed feelings about it. Pros: easy to set up/tear down, good for indoor jobs under 10 ft in height, rolls around so you can move it. Cons: Very wobbly and unstable when the platform is set more than about 4 ft up, difficult to change platform height once set up. Even for scaffolding this small cross braces would go a long way. October 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good So Far Only used it about two weeks so far. Seems like a good piece of equipment. I little wobbly. October 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big help to any Job This was a huge help to my painting job !! Highly recommend!! October 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by scaffold everything I expected. goes up easy and is stable. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice to work off a platform rather than a ladder I really like being able to work off a platform rather than a ladder. I'd like to buy another to stack on top but I'll have to resolve the "play" in this one first to eliminate a little bit of wobble...plus...I'll need to get outriggers. Overall, I'm pleased with this purchase. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worth Every Penny For $200 it sure beats the heck of climbing up and down a ladder. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I am Happy The scaffold is a bit wobbly but still solid. I guess if the wobble bothered someone, they could replace the adjusting pins with bolts tightened. Then it would be as solid as a rock, but adjusting the height would be bothersome. Having a fear of heights myself, I found no problem with the wobble. It is fairly light in weight which is good for assembly and moving. The wheels are nice and big and the locks not only lock the wheels from rolling but keep them from pivoting. It sure beat, go up the ladder, then down, move the ladder 2ft and back up the ladder and down, move etc. I wish I had one of these years ago. June 14, 2016
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