Model # 770P

Internet #203024227

Xtend & Climb 12.5 ft. Telescoping Aluminum Extension Ladder with 225 lb. Load Capacity Type II Duty rating
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Xtend & Climb

12.5 ft. Telescoping Aluminum Extension Ladder with 225 lb. Load Capacity Type II Duty rating

  • Opens to 12.5 ft. and retracts to just 32 in.
  • Compact and lightweight for easy portability
  • Locks by the foot for custom height
$149.35 /each

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Product Overview

The Xtend & Climb Telescoping Aluminum Extension Ladder is a versatile telescoping ladder designed with homeowners and do-it-yourselfers in mind. Standing at a maximum of 12.5 ft. tall and retracting down to 32 in., it's perfect for reaching those higher areas around the house. Compact and easy to use, it still offers the strength, safety and durability to tackle a range of projects. It extends and locks by the foot so it’s only as tall as you need it, and it features double overmolded feet for added durability and traction. When you are done cleaning windows, clearing gutters or painting, it goes right back into the smallest closet or corner of the garage and stays out of the way until next time.

  • Aerospace engineered using airplane grade aluminum alloy for strength
  • 13-steps with non-slip tread ensure you can safely reach up to 16.5 ft.
  • ANSI type II rated for 225 lb. weight capacity
  • Patented true telescoping technology extends the ladder to an impressive 12.5 ft.
  • Anti-slip tread and double overmolded feet ensure stability and traction
  • Compact 32 in. closed height makes it easy to move and store
  • Clean-touch anodized finish is easy to clean
  • ANSI and OSHA compliant for safety
  • Not sure which ladder is right for your home? Check out our helpful buying guide here.

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Customer Questions & Answers

The description says "lightweight", so please answer: How much does this ladder weigh?

Since the description of this ladder says, "lightweight", the obvious questions is "How much does this ladder weigh?" Yet the description omits this important information. Does it weigh less than 20 lbs?
Asked by: Wayne
look under the "specification" page. it clearly states the weight.
Answered by: xperienced
Date published: 2016-09-06

problems if it gets wet ?

Has anyone had any issues with the ladder failing to work because it got wet, I would be hauling it in the back of my pickup to use on inspections and it would get wet.
Asked by: jbird
I've used it in light rain and found it completely operational!
Answered by: xperienced
Date published: 2016-10-16

where are the locks located at?

Are the locks on steps or side?
Asked by: Lee
In plain sight and very easy to use. Watch the video and look for the green and red indicators at each tread.
Answered by: xperienced
Date published: 2016-09-08

what store in nassau county ny has it in stock

what store in nassau county ny has it in stock
Asked by: brian
At my Home Depot, I couldn't find it. This made me order it online and then they shipped the ladder to the store for free! They even sent me an email notification when it arrived.
Answered by: Max
Date published: 2016-12-07
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12.5 ft. Telescoping Aluminum Extension Ladder with 225 lb. Load Capacity Type II Duty rating is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I needed to paint the stairway walls to the ceiling in very tight quarters with no opportunity to... I needed to paint the stairway walls to the ceiling in very tight quarters with no opportunity to get a standard extension ladder into the space and this ladder was perfect! The only negative I heard was that it seemed a bit unstable, however my 160 lb frame barely moves it at all. This is a great ladder and I'd highly recommend it.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 225lb is pretty low capacity for a ladder, but I... 225lb is pretty low capacity for a ladder, but I realize that's from the design. The strange thing I really don't get is that the safety instructions tell you to extend from the bottom up. How on earth are you supposed to extend the upper sections once they're over your head? Ridiculous.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a very stable and light product. I find it to be an optimal tool to have on my side with... This is a very stable and light product. I find it to be an optimal tool to have on my side with me. There is no other ladder I would recommend to anyone who is looking for with a medium range ladder.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very sturdy and well built. Operates well. Meets expectations. ... Very sturdy and well built. Operates well. Meets expectations. Can be a bit top heavy when not full extended due to the fact that unused "runs" are required to be "nested" on top.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid, well made, easy to use and store Feel solid when you're using it and easily concertinas down when moving/storing
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It worked out great. ... It worked out great.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very well made and easy to operate. Very well made and easy to operate.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good, but... I'm an experienced Do-It-Yourselfer with an engineering background. I just used my Christmas present for the first time today. Here are my initial impressions: 1. Just a little heavier than I expected. Not sure why I thought it should be lighter considering the loads it has to carry. Quite manageable though. 2. Opening ladder was a breeze. Though I read the instructions, I just started pushing it up and it went up easily. I extended it fully to lean against the side of the garage. I did check the green indicators before climbing. 3. Initially I placed the feet where I normally would an extension ladder. When climbing the ladder it seemed to flex a little more than I was used to, so I moved the feet closer to the garage. It never felt unsafe, but I weigh 165 pounds. If I weighed 220 it might feel too springy at full extension unless the angle was kept steep - which also feels unsafe. 4. Despite my concerns above, I never felt unsafe on this ladder. That may be partially due to the research I did searching for accidents or injuries attributable to telescoping ladders. I could find none for this brand or any other. 5. The job went without a hitch. When it came time to collapse the ladder, I stood at the base, made sure my fingers were clear of collapsing rungs and pressed the buttons. I was pleasantly surprised when the ladder didn't slam down and collapsed in a very responsible way. It also leaves a gap between rungs (for body parts that shouldn't be there) until you collapse the last rung. Cool. 6. I'm glad it went up and down without a lot of complications. The instructions were contradictory on how to do it. It first tells you pull up the 3rd rung from the bottom, but then gives a "tip" to pull on the top rung first to extend the ladder to it's full height. Well, regardless - the only way to extend it to its full length is to extend the top rungs first. This becomes obvious if you try to do it in reverse order! The other odd instruction is close the ladder starting at the "highest extended rung". Huh? That would mean standing on the ladder and collapsing from the top down! Obviously, the natural inclination is to hold the ladder straight up, press the buttons nearest you, and let the ladder collapse rung-by-rung under its own weight. Thankfully, this worked beautifully with none of my digits being severed. I like this ladder, and its portability has already proven itself (it wasn't my garage, so it was a pleasure to simply toss it in the back of the car). I'm a stickler for engineering and was impressed with how well this worked and the over-all feel of the product. My only two criticisms would be the confusing instructions and the advisability of a heavier person using it at full extension. It might be perfectly safe for a heavy person, but it might not feel like it. But the trade if is to get a Type 1 ladder - but that would be more expensive and heavier.
Date published: 2014-03-10
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