Lightweight aluminium and plastic box section construction with comfortable offset treads. Smooth and comfortable operation with 11 height increments. Light enough to carry by hand between jobs and easily stored in the boot of a car.
Average Customer Rating:
(10 Reviews) 10
Rating Snapshot(10 reviews)
8 of 10(80%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Xtend & Climb Horizon Series Ladder 11-Tread
Review 1 for Xtend & Climb Horizon Series Ladder 11-Tread
"I used the Ladder to get on and off my boat when it was out of the water, and it was excellent, I also use it in the Garden and the house, it fits neatly in the boot of my car, so my Son also found it very useful recently. The only downside I found was in it's Price I found one much cheaper elsewhere."
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Review 6 for Xtend & Climb Horizon Series Ladder 11-Tread
"A little bit on the pricey side which made me a little hesitant with the purchase. Needn't have worried - it's a very very good ladder. I can take it down, easily carry it under my arm to a new location and have it back up in seconds. This is the way all ladders should be. As soon as you get it out of it's packaging you can just see the quality and I had no hesitations spending half a day stood on it to do some roof tiling. Someone mentioned trapped fingers in another review of a similar product when retracting the ladder, this really is not a problem. I have only praise for this ladder, it's just costs a bit more. If you can afford the little extra then I'd definately urge you to get yourself one of these."
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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Review 8 for Xtend & Climb Horizon Series Ladder 11-Tread
"I have one of these and it was used extensively when extending my loft space. After 4 weeks of use by 2 men to get into and back down from the loft the ladder had kinks in the extensions and one of the sliding release mechanisms had broken off. The kinks in the extension legs mean that the ladder won't retract. So in effect, the ladder is now useless unless I leave it fully extended which means I can't get it in my van. I would recommend this for occasional DIY use but if you're a tradesman, stay away from it."