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2m Telescopic Ladder £33.75 Delivered - Half Price from Ebuyer
2m Telescopic Ladder £33.75 Delivered - Half Price from Ebuyer

2m Telescopic Ladder £33.75 Delivered - Half Price from Ebuyer

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2m Telescopic Ladder £33.75 Delivered (When using 5 day supersaver delivery)

Product Features

Elongated length: 2.0m
Contracted length: 0.62m
Packing specifiacation (cm): 65*52*11
Material: Aluminum alloy

Can be used as leaning ladder


They have also got one that is 2.6m for £36.50 + £4.94 delivery (5 day supersaver)

Direct link here: ebuyer.com/pro…856

Very handy ladders, i've got one of the folding ones but these are even better.

37 Comments

Original Poster

Why is the image so big :oops:

Tried to change it to the image Arbk66 has posted and it's not changing?

Mods help please.

Good bit of kit, handy if you dont have a van.

Do they sell one that isnt as blury?

wow strong pic

Original Poster

Dellboy182;3429661

Good bit of kit, handy if you dont have a van.



Exactly, will easily fit into the boot of your car. Also saves getting them off the roof bars, which used to do my head in

Original Poster

Tanchi;3429696

Do they sell one that isnt as blury?



If you squint and stand back from your monitor, it looks just fine ;-)

Bought the 2.6 one (not many left)
These are a 'bajillian dollars' on other sites!
Heated up

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Original Poster

Thanks Arbk66 :thumbsup:

not getting mine delivered (supersaver) til 18th Nov - GRRR!

What sad is that they have stopped the free delivery over £50.
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glynsmith;3429943

not getting mine delivered (supersaver) til 18th Nov - GRRR!



The 5 days doesn't include the weekends so thats correct.

steevieboy4u;3429954

The 5 days doesn't include the weekends so thats correct.



Thought it might have included today though? Still, it's an impuse buy so not that bothered. Besides, it may come sooner I suppose.

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glynsmith;3429972

Thought it might have included today though? Still, it's an impuse buy so … Thought it might have included today though? Still, it's an impuse buy so not that bothered. Besides, it may come sooner I suppose.



Don't want to build your hopes up but i've used the supersaver delivery before and things have come within 2-3 days.

GREAT SAVING on a carry case here.ladders-online.com/xte…ase

Don't Miss Out!!!

Back to the deal.
Wouldn't waste my time on a 6ft ladder. you can do almost as much standing on a chair.

Real ladder here for not much more considering. ]http//ww…E99

Actually the 2metre is £29.16 + Shipping. :-)

You can get the 2.6m for only £36.50 + Shipping.

rizla01;3430057

GREAT SAVING on a carry case … GREAT SAVING on a carry case here.http://www.ladders-online.com/xtend-climb-pro-carry-caseDon't Miss Out!!!Back to the deal.Wouldn't waste my time on a 6ft ladder. you can do almost as much standing on a chair.Real ladder here for not much more considering. ]http://www.internetshopuk.com/internetshopuk/asp/display_product.asp?image=telescopicladder&title=Telescopic+Ladder+3%2E8m+Aluminium&description=Packed+at+just+81cm+this+telescopic+ladder+stretches+out+to+an+impressive+3%2E8m+meters%2E&price=89%2E99



Only telescopic ladder I can see is 3.8m and £90. That's quite a bit more dosh - considering :whistling:

:thumbsup:
Nice find, been after one of these for ages.
Lot easier to get out of the shed and into the loft.

Do these have quick release or do you manually have to click each step when folding down ?

Original Poster

cbay;3430134

Actually the 2metre is £29.16 + Shipping. :-)You can get the 2.6m for … Actually the 2metre is £29.16 + Shipping. :-)You can get the 2.6m for only £36.50 + Shipping.



And........................your point being?

This is stated in the OP????? :?

deanos;3430995

Do these have quick release or do you manually have to click each step … Do these have quick release or do you manually have to click each step when folding down ?


Yes they do. I bought one a while back. Excellent value for the money.
I am a surveyor so it gets a lot of use.:thumbsup:

YAY - just got mine delivered (supersaver took only two days).
Instructions are in broken english, (even says the ladder is beautiful).
Figured out that you need to raise ladder from bottom rather than top, or rungs do not lock, so surplus rungs are at the top.
Its a greasy/oily bit of kit. Thanks to the OP :-D

2.6 is now out of stock but 122, 2 metre models left.

cmwpds10;3449966

Yes they do. I bought one a while back. Excellent value for the money.I … Yes they do. I bought one a while back. Excellent value for the money.I am a surveyor so it gets a lot of use.:thumbsup:




Thanks m8 :thumbsup:

good deal but i am after a ladder that can reach my loft. Im guesssing around a 3m one.
Anyone know of good deals on one of those ?
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Arbk66;3429827

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Jobsworth!!

These damn bargains are costing me a fortune, thanks op.
H&R added.

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Tanchi;3429696

Do they sell one that isnt as blury?



lolol

Great find, I've wanted one of these for ages but have always been put off by the price. But if I were you steevieboy4u I'd wait till I'd stopped shaking before using it.:whistling:

I bought one of these last time they were on offer at Ebuyer.... when it arrived & I had a bit closer look, I thought to myself...."Do I really want to be 2 metres up off the ground, with my life hanging in the balance by something designed by an underpaid tiddley wink designer/manafacturer". The instructions underlined this....terrible engrish.

It went on Ebay...the guy who bought it from me, emailed me to say "I see why you sold them ....they're sh**...they're going straight back up on Ebay!" (as far as I know, they may simply going from person to person & Ebay are coining it in skimming transaction costs each time.)

Trust me...when your life is at stake, don't put it in the hands of cheap engineering.

2m is far to short for anything useful

stphnstevey;3465947

2m is far to short for anything useful


Absolutely agree, you can only go halfway up the ladder safely as you need to hold on to the top, as a keen DIYer I can't think of any use I could put these to.

These things are brilliant, my mate's got one (paid 70-odd quid). Now I can afford one.

HankMcSpank;3464523

I bought one of these last time they were on offer at Ebuyer.... when it … I bought one of these last time they were on offer at Ebuyer.... when it arrived & I had a bit closer look, I thought to myself...."Do I really want to be 2 metres up off the ground, with my life hanging in the balance by something designed by an underpaid tiddley wink designer/manafacturer". The instructions underlined this....terrible engrish.It went on Ebay...the guy who bought it from me, emailed me to say "I see why you sold them ....they're sh**...they're going straight back up on Ebay!" (as far as I know, they may simply going from person to person & Ebay are coining it in skimming transaction costs each time.)Trust me...when your life is at stake, don't put it in the hands of cheap engineering.



I have to agree. I'm an energy surveyor, I do 3-5 surveys a day and have to look up in lofts. I have two sets of folding ladders, one pair that cost about £140 ( of course as I'm on here you already know that was a bargain, the RRP was over £200) and a pair that look very much like these, as a backup.

So the good pair get used most of the time, and always work as they should. The cheap set however, get much less use and I look very carefully each time I extend them as I don't feel safe. Recently I extended them and started climbing only to feel them 'settle' on one side! There and the I decided to buy another decent pair, 'Extend and Climb' 3.8m is my choice.
After all, who wants to find out how cr*p they are when several meters off the ground?

Do you think this would do as a loft ladder? I have no space to fit a traditional Ramsay type, and having bought a concertina one, on fitting it it didnt work either:oops: (expensive mistake)

Ive been using a standard extending / step ladder, but its a pain to store in the house, this looks much more compact, (though it would probably need to be the 2.6 one I got)

Advise from anyone whose seen one of these in action would be great please:thumbsup:

Thanks.

disneyfan;3472190

Do you think this would do as a loft ladder? I have no space to fit a … Do you think this would do as a loft ladder? I have no space to fit a traditional Ramsay type, and having bought a concertina one, on fitting it it didnt work either:oops: (expensive mistake)Ive been using a standard extending / step ladder, but its a pain to store in the house, this looks much more compact, (though it would probably need to be the 2.6 one I got)Advise from anyone whose seen one of these in action would be great please:thumbsup:Thanks.



As already stated, 2.6m is no longer on their website. There were 25 of them when this deal was first posted, but none left now. Still over 100 of the 2m ladders left, but fairly useless, as the theme on here would suggest.

i got one of the 2.6m ones arrived today but damaged,and none left in stock anyone know of anymore of these of say same quality and size for about same price,it annoys me i get myself a deal,something i wanted and its come damaged,now to wait for a refund and hope another cheap one pops up somewhere.
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