Model # 969

Internet #203024266

Xtend & Climb 2-Step Plastic Step 300 lb. Load Capacity Type 1A Duty Rating
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Xtend & Climb

2-Step Plastic Step 300 lb. Load Capacity Type 1A Duty Rating

  • Easy to assemble step stool helps put things within your reach
  • Lightweight and stable, this stool easily rolls where you need it
  • Durable plastic will last a lifetime
$26.06 /each

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Kick - It rolls, step - it stays. The compact, lightweight Stable Stool rolls to where needed, then casters underneath retract to a non-skid bumper when stepped on. Supports 300 lbs., has a wraparound bumper to protect furniture and walls from nicks and scratches and is designed for a lifetime of dependable use.

  • Helps to access hard to reach items
  • Glides with a gentle push of the foot
  • Locks in place when downward pressure is applied
  • Made to last a lifetime
  • Durable plastic
  • Color blue and it also comes in multiple color options to match any decor

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HOW HIGH IS THE TOP STEP?

Asked by: WILD1
The top step is 15 inches high.
Answered by: Bev
Date published: 2017-01-25
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2-Step Plastic Step 300 lb. Load Capacity Type 1A Duty Rating is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was easy to assemble and rolls right along to be used where needed. When you are a short pe... This was easy to assemble and rolls right along to be used where needed. When you are a short person it is very handy!
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good and sturdy good and sturdy
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rolling Stepstool It has worked out very well for the intended purpose we bought it for.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight: a good feature I bought several of these stools for school chemistry labs. We currently have (not enough) metal stools of the same design. I was attracted by the cost (plastic is 1/4 of the cost of the metal rolling step stools that we have) but worried that they would not be rugged enough. We have assembled them (be careful to line up all three pegs before snapping them together; they snap together very nicely). We thought they would not be strong enough, but so far, no problems (students come in all sizes!). We thought they'd be too light and move away too easily, but they seem to have the right balance of resistance vs. smooth roll. In short, so far, we are very happy with the 8 stools we got for the price of 2. I hope they last as long as the metal ones. (the rubber edges fall off the metal ones, but other than that, they never die. rubber edges are nice, but not essential. we have linoleum floors)(these plastic one have rubber edges, too; none have fallen off)
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Let the buyer beware! In summarizing of my experience with this product, I should first say that not everyone is going to have the problem I encountered. Mine was defective in a way that caused it to break when I attempted to assemble it. Based on the reviews I've read (both before and since my purchase) it is more likely (than not) that you will get a sample that assembles properly, but if you get one like the one I received, you will greatly regret the experience. There aren’t enough reviews to get a solid ratio of how many are defective to the point of being unusable, but the raw data I see suggests that it might be as high as 1 out of 5! Before I retired last year, I was a manufacturing quality inspector and among other things I did inspection layouts on injection mold plastic parts. Because of this ... I have a very good idea of what went wrong with the sample I received. When the parts are formed they are hot for a period of time and they do not completely hardened until they cool, and if the parts are removed from the molds before they have cooled to a predetermined temperature they will distort. Sometimes the distortion is from the actual removal from the mold and sometimes it is a result of the effect the new environment to which they are exposed (including the possibility of rough handling). In either case bad things happen. In my case it caused total failure during assembly. There are only 2 components which have to be ‘user assembled’ but the interaction between the 2 components is vital to obtaining a ‘safe’ assembly. There are a total of 6 interlocking tabs (located as 3 pairs) which must be fully secured in their intended locations for this step to be usable. Some reviewers say that they go in partially but not fully; others say they go in fully but don’t stay. My sample was one that wouldn’t go in fully and after using several levels of increasing force, all three locations finally seated, however … upon flipping over the stool to confirm that the locking tabs were properly seated, I found that 4 of the 6 tabs had broken. The amount of force required to bring the mating surfaces flush had been achieved only by destroying the locking tabs. This of course makes the stool unsafe to stand on. The one I had this experience with was the blue color, but the problem was not caused by the color, it was caused by a bad manufacturing process and could happen just as easily with the other colors. I’m only guessing but from what I know about manufacturing, it is likely that all of the colors are rotated through the same molds and same workers, so don’t assume that if you read a review on a different color that the likelihood of getting a good one will be any different. What I paid was less than $25 and even if it had been a good sample, it would not have been a good decision to buy it.
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Taller than expected, high quality step stool Technically not a step stool but that is what I purchased it for and it works perfectly. The rollers on the bottom make the stand easy to roll around and putting the stand together was very easy. Just took a snap of the top to the base and it the stand was put together. The plastic material that the stand is made out of is high quality and very sturdy when I stand on it.
Date published: 2013-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't ask for much more I had a little difficulty getting the two pieces to snap together, but once that was done I had a stool that's easy to move around, is stable, and is able to handle my 220 lbs. What more could you want?
Date published: 2012-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very useful seat / step stool I am using these as a step stool to reach a high shelf and/or to sit on while working on low shelves. Sturdy, convenient (lightweight) and fairly inexpensive.
Date published: 2014-10-20
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