2 Section 10 Tread Sliding Loft ladder £47 @ B&Q (Free Click & Collect)
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2 Section 10 Tread Sliding Loft ladder £47 @ B&Q (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 8th Nov
Maximum height - 2.69 m
Loft Ladder, fixings, Universal stowing pole
Guarantee - 1 year
Features and Benefits

Non-slip D rungs for comfort and security
Universal stowing pole, compatible with most loft hatches
Suitable for DIY installation. Includes all components and easy to follow instructions
Minimum ceiling height - 2.13m
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I have one of these, they are rubbish. Everytime you climb up you feel it's gonna snap. And my weight is < 90 kg
It’s not bad. Functional is a good term as bought this a year or so back. Bit shaky even when mounted correctly. Negatives are when plastic end inserts fall out (glue them in) the aluminium ends are razor sharp. I’d spend a couple of hundred quid for a sturdy ladder with side rail...planning to change it shortly.
singh00708/11/2019 23:19

I have one of these, they are rubbish. Everytime you climb up you feel …I have one of these, they are rubbish. Everytime you climb up you feel it's gonna snap. And my weight is < 90 kg


Must agree with this..
It's really flimsy and feels very unsafe. I paid just over£30 for it and used it just a few times.
Normal price
They are only flimsy and unsafe if fitted incorrectly or the old design.

Mind you the 100kg isn't much, especially if you include what you are carrying
Does anyone know if these sort of ladders sit over the "loft hatch" when stowed? Mine is glass and lets light in through a window in the roof and I don't want to block it out with the ladder.
rubbish2k09/11/2019 08:37

They are only flimsy and unsafe if fitted incorrectly or the old …They are only flimsy and unsafe if fitted incorrectly or the old design.Mind you the 100kg isn't much, especially if you include what you are carrying


You can’t polish a turd. You could fit them on breakthrough material science mount and they would still shake like a sh*ting dog 🥴
StatusRed09/11/2019 18:06

Does anyone know if these sort of ladders sit over the "loft hatch" when …Does anyone know if these sort of ladders sit over the "loft hatch" when stowed? Mine is glass and lets light in through a window in the roof and I don't want to block it out with the ladder.


One of the photos on the link shows this in the stowed position, protruding about halfway across the hatch, and all the ones I've seen do this to a certain extent. Difficult to say how much light it would hold back though, probably not much because light would still shine through between the rungs.
StatusRed09/11/2019 18:06

Does anyone know if these sort of ladders sit over the "loft hatch" when …Does anyone know if these sort of ladders sit over the "loft hatch" when stowed? Mine is glass and lets light in through a window in the roof and I don't want to block it out with the ladder.


Yes they over hang.
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