Rated 4.8 out of 5Â by 202
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JTNYC Bargain step ladder
I moved into a new apartment with extremely high ceilings and needed a ladder to reach my top cabinets. The other issue was trying to find one that would fit in a narrow 6" gap by the refrigerator when closed. My contractor recommended ladders from the Container Store that ran $79 or $99. Before I bought one of those, I perused HD online and found this step ladder. It's sturdy, light and folds very thin (3 1/2"). The little holes at the top are great for tools or light bulbs. And it was 1/2 the price!
September 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lamae Strong and Lightweight
This is a great buy and now i can reach everywhere in my house with no fear of the ladder tipping. Its is super sturdy and incredibly lightweight. Top step doubles as a place to put a painting try etc. while not doing work higher up.
May 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Flip Great Little Ladder
Purchased this because of the sturdiness of the product and how light weight it is. We use this product every day in our shop for getting to those items that are slightly out of reach. Stores quickly and fits into tight area behind a door which is a plus. Good value for the dollars spent.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bill Nice step ladder
It is a good, light weight ladder with a handy parts and tool tray at the top. The bottom two steps are rigidly constructed in a hollow tubular D-ish design. The plastic third step platform has a built-in locking feature that keeps the ladder open securely and has an easy to use closing mechanism.
January 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by imapro4sho Light and Sturdy
Ladder is easy to carry around and small enough to fit in your car, but the aluminum dents easily around the legs. Also, not a fan of the ladder flopping open/close while carrying it around or storing it behind the door. They should have some sort of clasp that holds it shut, so your kids don't get their fingers pinched while getting the ladder for you. Also, the rubber feet are not screwed on at the bottom, so they tend to fall off. I took a hot glue gun and glued the rubber feet, so they won't fall off. Then I taped strips of adhesive velcro between the legs, so the ladder stays shut until you need to open it for use.
October 25, 2013