Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 1438
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stinky The Best!!
I found and bought this ladder in store but I was so happy with it I had to leave a review online and I am not surprised so many other people rated it 5 stars. The price point, quality, and most of all the ease of use make this ladder great. After borrowing a ladder for so many years I'm glad I have this baby as my own now. STOP BORROWING AND GET THIS NOW. Its lightweight but feels VERY sturdy. Ive used it in a couple different configurations and it's great! When the ladder is collapsed it takes up very little storage space. I'm a happy customer.
January 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joy42 Good for my needs
As an older woman with some strength, I purchased this ladder because it gave me the height that I needed for my jobs with out the bulk of other ladder styles. It folds up so it is easier to store and it was easy to transport in my car. Perfect for my needs.
March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DYIguy Pretty Cool Ladder
This is a pretty decent ladder and very easy to use. The 13' version, as many have complained, is really only about 10.5' tall but I knew that when I bought it. I can reach my gutters and that's all I really cared about. even my old 16' extension ladder wouldn't reach to my second floor peak. I wanted something easy to handle and compact in storage. This thing really fits the bill. It's also rated for 300# which I need since I'm a bit hefty. It can easily be used in the house and takes up very little space. Converts easily to multiple configurations. Be sure to read the instructions though since setting it up as an extension ladder is most safely accomplished with the ladder on the ground. Good price too. Should last forever unless I run over it with the car like my last ladder!
October 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TennesseeRidgeRunner Great Purchase
Use this ladder for general maintenance and washing of my RV. Took it all the way to Alaska. Compact, sturdy, many uses. Definitely recommend!
August 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GWK Very Impressed with quality of ladder!
I had a multi-purpose ladder before this one, and when its latches stopped working I needed the same type of ladder because I have no tall space to store a regular ladder. I ordered online and picked up at my local store. When I got home I used the ladder to get on my roof. I was impressed how sturdy it was compared to the old ladder. The mechanical parts are heavy duty and it folds up to a shorter length than my old ladder. If you need a telescoping ladder - this is the one to buy!
September 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Micha Perfect ladder for me
I am older, female and 5'3" - this ladder is light enough for me to handle and allows me to reach my roof so I can put up Christmas lights. It also has nice features which give flexibility and I feel secure when using it. Now I can also reach easily to clean the eaves. I can lock it in different settings by myself. Easy to fold and store.
January 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by furball4 Hate ladders, love this one!
I managed to avoid buying (and using) a ladder for years, but I finally needed to have one on hand. Swung by HD to pick something up and ended up with this wonderful thing. Folds up as compact as you could wish and locks itself closed very tightly. No squished fingers while carrying it around! Feel extremely sturdy in all locked positions. Configuring it different ways is smooth, hassle-free and feels so well-done that it is literally an enjoyable task. Feels very safe when on the ladder, even at full extension. Great feet.
The exact length was not a huge issue for me, but I see reviewers saying that it's really 9.5' or 10' rather than 13'. Obviously something to keep in mind if you need that three feet!
November 19, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by saxman99 13 ft. Werner telescoping ladder
13 ft. is NOT the useable length. I could only extend it 9 ft 6 inches, so it does not reach the gutter that I need to "rest" the ladder on. I will need to buy the 17 ft. unit, to get the 13 ft I am after. Not a defect, just an fyi.
June 3, 2012