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16 ft. Reach Telescopic Aluminum Pinch-Free Extension Ladder with 300 lb. Load Capacity Type IA Duty Rating

  • Compact design is easy to move, setup and store
  • Smooth closing keeps your fingers safe
  • Maximum reach is 16 ft. and maximum working length is 12.5 ft.
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Product Overview

This 16 ft. Cosco extension ladder is perfect for chores and projects. It is constructed with durable, industrial-grade aluminum and with a 300-lb. capacity. Compact for easy use and storage, the tool's pinch-free closure uses the patented SmartClose system, which soft-closes the ladder for safety and convenience. Climb with confidence, as each step is equipped with locking indicators to deliver stability. Homeowner and DIYers can choose between three climbing heights of 12, 14 and 16 ft. The ladder's maximum working length is 12.5 ft.
  • Compact, easy to carry and store
  • Pinch-free closure, easy to use, patented soft-close for safety
  • Secure and stable, locking indicators at each step
  • Extends by the foot, easily adjust to the right height for the job
  • Extra heavy duty, rated ANSI type 1A with 300 lbs. load capacity
  • Strong and lightweight, made with industrial grade aluminum
  • Easy to carry and store, this compact and lightweight ladder extends by the foot, adjusting to the right height for any job
  • The pinch-free closure uses a patented SmartClose system that soft-closes for safety and convenience

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Product Weight (lb.)28.06 lb30 lb30 lb
Reach Height (ft.)1616.516
Ladder Product Type3 Section Extension LadderTelescopingTelescoping
FeaturesWeather ResistantWeather ResistantTelescoping
Ladder Rating Type 1 - 250 lbs.Type 1 - 250 lbs.
Material AluminumAluminum
Ladder Type ExtensionExtension
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Specifications

Dimensions

Extension Ladder Maximum Height (ft.)
12.5
Industry Standard Ladder Height (ft.)
12.5
Reach Height (ft.)
16
Rung/Step Depth
1.5 in
Step Rise (in.)
12
Storage Depth (in.)
0
Storage Height (ft.)
2.78

Details

Features
Weather Resistant
Ladder Product Type
3 Section Extension Ladder
Load Capacity (lb.)
300 lb.
Product Weight (lb.)
28.06 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rung/Step Material
Aluminum

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

Questions & Answers

11Questions41Answers

how do you close this ladder? It tells you push with thumbs to uncover the red dot. After you g...

Asked by COACH December 28, 2019
4
Answers

IT WAS NEVER DELIVERED!

Is this ladder OSHA compliant?

Asked by Bobby February 16, 2019
2
Answers

Yes rated up to 300lbs ..

The rubber feet don't last long, can HD get replacements?

Asked by Footy January 4, 2019
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Answer

Unfortunately the rubber feet are not a replaceable part.

What is the difference between maximum reach and maximum height?

Asked by Marte November 5, 2018
5
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The ladder is 12 ft tall,if you were to stand on the 3rd from the top step ,you could reach around 16 ft, not sure why they put that in there, it's a 12 ft tall ladder

what is the distance between the outer extension legs/how wide are the steps in between the frame...

Asked by darrell October 3, 2018
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At the bottom of the legs the distance from the outside of both legs is 19 inches and the bottom step is 12 and 3/4 inches. The steps increase in size slightly as they go up to the top at about 13 inches.

How heavy it is?

Asked by Maria October 2, 2018
5
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Yes. I would guess it to be around 30-35 pounds

Can the ladder be closed starting at the bottom or at any point in the middle? One brand of teles...

Asked by shorty September 3, 2018
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Cosco

Can 1 person (59 yr old female) use this alone? Trying to find a lighter easy to handle ladder t...

Asked by Jake July 9, 2018
9
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55yo here and yes why not. Go slowly and always maintain 3 pts of contact with ladder

One reviewer said a drawback is that this ladder has to be fully extended to use it. Is that tru...

Asked by BONNIE May 30, 2018
5
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It does not need to be fully extended! I just used it to access a shelf that is 7’ high and opened it high enough to just reach the shelf! Worked great!

I'd like to use this to access an attic trap door in an 8' high ceiling. What height ladder is ...

Asked by Duke May 30, 2018
5
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16ft

16 ft. Reach Telescopic Aluminum Pinch-Free Extension Ladder with 300 lb. Load Capacity Type IA Duty Rating - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 175 reviews
  • 91% recommend this product
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This ladder is lightweight, easy to store, solidly constructed, and collapses easily and smoothly...
This ladder is lightweight, easy to store, solidly constructed, and collapses easily and smoothly. The main problem is that Home Depot advertises it as a sixteen-foot ladder; in reality, it only extends to twelve feet and eight inches. (That's a "sixteen foot reach" if you are six feet tall.) I would recommend Home Depot's SKU # 1000206094 instead, which extends to a full fifteen feet and six inches and is roughly the same price as this ladder.
by Ted
4 people found this helpful
I bought this ladder because of it's versatility and ability to reduce in size. My barn's tack ro...
I bought this ladder because of it's versatility and ability to reduce in size. My barn's tack room is to small to support regular stairs. As shown in the pic, I use it to access storage in the barn's tack room as well as to function as normal ladder. Needless to say, I have been very pleased with this ladder Thanks
by stair66
2 people found this helpful
I have owned about 8-9 telescopic ladders from 3 different manufactures over the years. We use th...
I have owned about 8-9 telescopic ladders from 3 different manufactures over the years. We use them in our construction business. This one is the best I have owned. I love the features this ladder has. The soft close, only needing to push the bottom release levers to have it nest and the visible lock out indicators are my favorites. It appears well made so I anticipate several years of use.
by DonnyH
8 people found this helpful
This 14’ telescoping ladder has rather large round legs with very flat steps. The ladder weighs ...
This 14’ telescoping ladder has rather large round legs with very flat steps. The ladder weighs about 22 pounds and has a strap that keeps the ladder compressed. This doesn’t take up much space at all. The steps show a red or green line at each step to indicate that level is locked and safe to climb. The first time it took two of us to exert a little effort to extend the ladder. The only uncomfortable thing is the steps are set at a 90-degree angle from the side rails. (See picture). The rungs don’t angle to compensate for the “leaning.” This causes you to stand on a corner edge of the step ladder unless the ladder is fairly upright. This ladder is really useful as it doesn’t take up much space at all.
by sd5cats
24 people found this helpful
Cosco 16' telescopic ladder-- folds-up really small! Sturdy, easy/safe collapse, light, stable on...
Cosco 16' telescopic ladder-- folds-up really small! Sturdy, easy/safe collapse, light, stable on a wall..... My 22' slide-extension ladder from the 1970s is awful big and getting rickety. I have tried other telescopic ladders- they get small but can be painful to extend and collapse. This Cosco is very well designed! You do have to read all the directions to get it extended and collapsed, but after your first time it goes easy. Going down, you slide two buttons and it goes down by itself, slowly (on an air cushion). When new you may have to help the last few sections down. Once collapsed it is very small! Fits real easy in a small space. Even the Miata barn! (see attached photo) Easy fit in the trunk of most small sedans, so you can bring it home or go help a friend. All lightweight extension ladders wobble. There are stiffer ladders but much heavier. This one is comparable to most that a homeowner would carry. On a wall, perhaps better than most. It is however a little limber in "twisting". I put it against a tree trunk, and near the top (with only a 1-point support) it was a bit twisty. But around the house against walls or roof edges, very solid. A word about size. This is sold as "16 foot". It is actually 152 inches fully extended, a bit shy of 13 feet. This is in line with how extension ladders are rated. A 2-piece "16-foot" extension ladder is two 8-foot lengths. They must overlap about 3 feet in the center, so maximum length is really 13 feet. The top rung is a half-foot down from the ends of the rails, so the top rung is 12-1/2' or 150 inches from the bottom. On the Cosco telescopic ladder, the top rung is at the top of the tubes and is 152 inches from the bottom-- comparable and a bit more than a 2-piece extension ladder. You should not stand higher than third rung down, so your feet wind up at 116 inches from the bottom, and an average man's face is at 180 inches from the bottom. Counting slant, 175 inches or 14-1/2 feet from the ground. If you are just screwing-in a bulb, you can reach more than a foot over your head, 16 feet. If you are wiring a fixture, it should not be much over 14 feet off the ground. This will be true for all "16-foot extension ladders", 2-piece or telescopic.
by Paul
29 people found this helpful
I found the ladder, full extended, very stable to hold...
I found the ladder, full extended, very stable to hold my 250(+)lbs while repairing the roof gutters. Took some practicing at first, which is no surprise. Do read the instructions about opening the ladder when fully closed. Is very light, as anticipated, so easy to move and hang on the wall hooks
by CHARLES
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Light and so easy to take with you anywhere. No more bulky ladders needed...
Light and so easy to take with you anywhere. No more bulky ladders needed...
by HD
Very sturdy and portable ladder. ...
Very sturdy and portable ladder.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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