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Xtend + Climb Self-Standing Telescoping Stepladder - Type 1A, 300Lb. Rated, Model# SL675P

Item# 405750
The Xtend + Climb self-standing telescoping stepladder is a type 1A, 300-lb. rated ladder that is an excellent choice for use on uneven surfaces such as stairs. Extends and locks by the foot, with easy no-pinch closure system. Provides a reach of up to 9.5 feet. The ladder folds to only 29 1/2in.H when not in use. OSHA and ANSI compliant. Common Usage For uneven surfaces, Finish Type Anodized, Foldable Yes, Capacity lbs. 300, Material Aluminum alloy, Product Type Telescoping stepladder, ANSI Approved Compliant, Height in. 114, OSHA Approved Compliant. Aerospace engineered 6061 aluminum alloy Clean-touch anodized finish No-pinch closure system Ladder telescopes and retracts compactly Convenient carrying handle heavy-duty closure strap Unique, portable step ladder utilizing true tele-tech
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Customer Reviews for Xtend + Climb Self-Standing Telescoping Stepladder - Type 1A, 300Lb. Rated, Model# SL675P
Review 1 for Xtend + Climb Self-Standing Telescoping Stepladder - Type 1A, 300Lb. Rated, Model# SL675P
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Almost perfect

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October 3, 2011
By videodog
from New England
" This ladder collapses down to a size easily stored the trunk of car and easier to carry though buildings and on elevators that a conventional step ladder. Much easier that the 6' step ladder I had been using. It's a well built ladder as strong and stable as any comparable step ladder I've used.
The handle provided tends to slide when carrying the ladder in it's collapsed position (as shown) and because the weight is not balanced, can cause problems if you're not careful. Collapsing the ladder is fairly easy and simple but watch out for the last rung - it can come down fast and hard - keep hands and fingers well out of the way.
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