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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sarah Convenient and Sturdy Stool Ladder
I love this ladder! It folds nice and flat to fit into tight spaces (we have it wedged in our coat closet for easy access when I need to change lightbulbs, touch up paint, etc.). It is easy to fold and unfold (you pull a small handle for ladder and the tray folds easily as well by grabbing the sides). Once it's folded out it's totally sturdy. I felt completely comfortable standing on it and reaching up high. It's a good height--higher than your average stool but perfect for a job where you don't need to drag out a true ladder.
October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by edieb A TREASURE
This little step stool ladder is a treasure!! In the short time we've had it, it has come in handy several times. The frame is ultra sturdy and yet light weight enough to pack around and store in the house. The folding project tray is a stroke of genius. Paint, tools, level or whatever is right at your fingertips so you can do your project with both hands. I especially like to use it in the house when a typical step stool isn't high enough and a regular ladder is too cumbersome. This step stool ladder would make a wonderful gift.
January 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Victor Rock steady step stool
The step stool is built of excellent quality material and when unfolded is rock steady with no wobbles (even on the carpeted surfaces). The flat folding design makes it convenient to store it underneath bed or other narrow spaces. You can fold the step stool back by just the press of a button. The foldable utility tray has several holes and grooves to put screwdrivers and other tools. Overall a must have if you are looking for a sturdy step stool for everyday needs.
November 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Debbie2002 Tall and Sturdy
Best ever purchased. Taller than most on the market. Flip out tray holds those items needed for the protect. Convenient holes to keep screw drivers from rolling off. Closing tray for storage requires so muscle. Has some weight overall.
October 28, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tom3 Light and easy to store
The main benefit of this ladder that it's light and folds up thin which makes it easy to store. You can slide it in tight spaces or even hang it up on the back of the door to your utility closet so you always have it handy if you need to grab something from a high shelf in your pantry, change a light bulb clean the top of furniture or paint a ceiling.
The ladder opens up quickly and folds up quickly for storage by pressing on the thumb tab to unlock it. The tool tray is strong enough to support a gallon of paint and the slotted tool holders help keep your tools from rolling around the tray.
I'm just over 6' tall and I wish the tool tray and grab bar was a little higher for easier reach when I'm on the top step. When on the top step, the grab bar is just over my knees which is high enough for stability but a little too low to grab. For interior work I wouldn't be using the top step as much since my head hits the 8' ceiling. While on the second step, the tool tray and grab bar are easy to reach.
Keep in mind this is a Type III ladder rated for 200lbs. I'm about 15 lbs under the weight limit and feel very comfortable on the ladder. I spent a couple of hours on and off it while cleaning out some high shelving in the garage and really appreciated the large top step which gave me better footing. It seems very sturdy and it's folds up small enough I can easily find a spot to store it out of sight near where I'll need it instead of having to go out to the garage or down to the basement to get it. That way you'll be less inclined to stand on other furniture when you need to grab something quick.
October 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by freelyelee Handy, Durable ladder
This is a surprisingly handy little ladder that's perfect for around the house tasks.
It folds up incredibly compactly for easy storage- I have mine next to the washer and dryer, but would easily fit in most small closets. This makes it easy to keep close by for those around the house projects that seem to pop up (changing lightbulbs, reaching the high cabinet, etc).
Even though it folds up nice and neatly, it's still a durable ladder- it doesn't feel flimsy while you're on it and isn't wobbly in the slightest. I wish my other ladders were as reliable.
All in all, highly recommend!
December 3, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by restathome Skinny Mini is Heavy
This "Skinny Mini" step-ladder is non-weather resistant steel and a bit on the heavy side at 14.5 lbs (I’m kind of an upper-body wimp and prefer aluminum ultra-lights). It is Type III and rated for 200 lbs, so keep that in mind when you’re making a decision.
If those criteria work for you, this has a lot of nice features for a fair price. The construction is high quality and nicely finished; steps are slip-resistant; safety latch makes for one-handed easy folding and unfolding; project tray is molded to hold various diameter paint cans with holes and slots for tools and paintbrushes; feet are “wood floor friendly”; ladder seems very stable; and there’s none of those pesky pinch points locking the legs in place. Releasing the tray requires two hands to pull out the latches (and some strength), but the whole unit flattens for easy storage.
December 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KENK Top Quality stool. Very sturdy and just the right height.
This is a top quality stool. It is taller then most stools like this and that makes it perfect for the heights you need to reach without using a ladder. The tray that is attached to it has been well thought out. You can put your paint brush or other tools you are using as it has holes that they can go in to save you the time of looking to see where you put your screwdriver.
October 23, 2014