Folding step ladder

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  1. Dodgey

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    Hi all:thumb:

    I thought I'd post this after Bob's thread as when ever I get mine out it always draws interest.

    http://shop.ebay.co.uk/i.html?_nkw=...folding&_osacat=0&_trksid=p3286.c0.m270.l1313


    We have the five rung version and find it superb, easy and quick to set up, stable and easy to put away, seconds frankley either way.

    Obviously there are other places you can get these but the link is to give you all the idea.
     
  2. freelanderuk

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    i bought one of these types of step from ebuyer last year at a great price of

    £9.99 and that included delivery

    i have used this step a few times now and it holds my weight which is approaching 18 stone if not more ,we use it when we put the privecy room up

    got the price wrong , just looked at my invoice and it was £9.60 for a three tread
     
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  3. slobadoberbob

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    The screfix one has been down rated to 95KGS


    As you know Simon the Screwfix one we had failed on the first go. They ordered a new one in for this morning then we found out that it had been down rated to 95kgs from 150kgs... it is the same one B&Q show on the internet but out of stock.

    I think I will have to go the Drapper route.

    Thanks for the trouble you have taken re the links.

    Bob:thumb:
     
  4. Ralph-n-Bev

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    We haven't had the need for a step ladder on our travels , as yet.
    I'm 5 '11" so can reach most things.
    Our eldest son 16 last week, is 6'2" and still growing with his size 12 feet , if he goes tippy toe its a few more inches on top too:Wink:

    Bev
     
  5. Dodgey

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    That's alright for you but me and 'er are short ar$e$:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    SWMBO needs a step to reach the top cupboards in Winne:Rofl1:
     
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    bet he cannot reach


    The step ladder is to access putting up the side screen on an American A&E awning.. you need to be 12' to reach the roof line:Blush: that is some tiptoe:shout:

    Remember Sue is 5'8" and poor me in the wheelchair is a lot lower down in height...(the step ladder is for her.. always get her nice gifts:Rofl1:)

    Bob:thumb:
     
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    I hope you are not wrapping it up for Christmas:Rofl1:
     
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    still have not lived down the Kenwood mixer 34 years on


    I have learnt to be careful about Christmas presents.... I still get it in the neck for buying a Kenwood Chief mixer for her Christmas present 34 years ago... mind you I did buy her a garden hose on a real on the wall at her request for her birthday a couple years ago. .. more expensive than the normal purfume

    I know how to give a girl a good time:Blush:

    Bob
     
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