Abru 3-section loft ladder £47.73 from Toolstation - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a genuine saving on a highly-regarded product. Here's the blurb if you can't be bothered to click the link:

Suitable for heights up to 3m (9 10)
Minimum loft opening size (L X W) 0.508m x 0.406m (1 8 x 1 4)
Minimum storage space 1.12m (3 11)
Minimum clearance arc 0.71m (2 4)
Handrail for added safety
Unique friction guides for smooth & easy operation.
Suitable for professional and domestic use
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#1
Good price, picked one of these up one of these a few years ago from B&Q, good quality
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Up up and away
#3
Could have sworn I saw one for sale at Aldi or lidl which was cheaper, but cant find it now???
#4
Abru is a good make.
#5
aajax42
Could have sworn I saw one for sale at Aldi or lidl which was cheaper, but cant find it now???
You'll probably find that it is two-section, doesn't have a hand rail and/or can't manage such a ceiling height. Lidl and Aldi non-food specials like that are also only available for limited periods.

This does look the same as the "own-brand" one I bought from B&Q many years ago, which has performed well ever since. My only criticism is the inadequate feet on the bottom section, which either broke off or threatened to damage the carpet. I replaced them with a block of wood which spreads the load nicely.
#6
I've been after a loft ladder since this time last year. From a decent brand and it'll hold the Mrs (I'm sure she'll appreciate that). Purchased & voted HOT!
#7
Is this just a ladder, or can it be fixed to the loft hatch and be pulled down?
#8
It must be fixed to the loft floor or trimming joist (not hatch) and pulled down. The hatch should open downwards, as per the photo. It will come with a latch to hold a downward-opening hatch closed.
#9
Thanks for this OP, great timing!

My existing ladder just broke yesterday, so I ordered last night!
#10
I was put off one of these after my neighbour opened the hatch and the ladder fell down and hit him on the head - whatever safety mechanism that's supposed to stop this happening didn't work! Sort of funny if it happens to somebody else.
#11
Just to add, my loft ladder arrived today and is not 'Abru' but Werner branded.

Seemingly Werner bought up 'Abru', so the ladders are basically the same product.

Haven't had a chance to install them yet, but seem OK quality wise.

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