3.75m Telescopic Ladder for £54.99 DELIVERED @ Maplin
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3.75m Telescopic Ladder for £54.99 DELIVERED @ Maplin

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Found 1st Aug 2013
USE CODE AWINDIS11 to save £5 on a £50 order
WAS £129.99 NOW £70 OFF plus 4%quidco

Easy to use locking mechanism with twin safety catches
Ideal for loft access, cleaning windows, interior and exterior DIY
Lightweight aluminium construction – weighs only 11kg
13 steps
Maximum load: 150kg
Tested to European Safety Standard EN131
Height closed: 88cm
Includes handy carry and storage case

This telescopic ladder is ideal for accessing lofts, cleaning windows, interior and exterior painting and decorating. It is suitable for the DIYer and light trade use. Compact and completely portable at just 88cm when closed, it extends fully up to 3.75m.

45 Comments

hasnt this already been posted?

Original Poster

1.75m has

a rollicking good deal this...already have one...a 12ft ladder and it's in my wardrobe X)

actually a few weeks ago...i extended it out my backyard and gave it some wd40, not too much of course...it's now as slick as a pornstars d**k
Edited by: "mykaloen" 1st Aug 2013

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Do you have to extend these out fully before you can climb them?

hot

hitchinboy

Do you have to extend these out fully before you can climb them?



Extend them to the height required.

Original Poster

fozzy17

hot

just found a 5 pound off code so even cheaper!

Not that good of a deal as you can get the ladder for £56 from eBay delivered . And other makes as well for £60 delivered so this is about right . Ignore the rrp .

Come on then Cholent pls share

Original Poster

Scudley

Come on then Cholent pls share

did,
i've updated title and post

Cheers

Cracking deal yozzman1234, when you can reserve and collect rather than wait for delivery..
Compared to some websites:
http://www.ladders4sale.co.uk/Abbey-Telescopic-Ladders-102.asp

Thanks to OP was looking for some new loft ladders

Scudley

Cracking deal yozzman1234, when you can reserve and collect rather than … Cracking deal yozzman1234, when you can reserve and collect rather than wait for delivery..Compared to some websites:http://www.ladders4sale.co.uk/Abbey-Telescopic-Ladders-102.aspThanks to OP was looking for some new loft ladders


It's just a average deal its a pound cheaper than eBay , there are 7 sellers who sell this ladder on there for between £56 -£60 delivered . You have to use the £5 code to get it 54.99 . So nothing to write home about really . As normal there rrp is pathetic .

Voucher not working for me, anyone else having trouble?

yozzman1234

It's just a average deal its a pound cheaper than eBay , there are 7 … It's just a average deal its a pound cheaper than eBay , there are 7 sellers who sell this ladder on there for between £56 -£60 delivered . You have to use the £5 code to get it 54.99 . So nothing to write home about really . As normal there rrp is pathetic .



Yes but you can go collect this and not have to wait for it to be delivered. Not very often you can buy something in store cheaper then you can buy it online. Might only be a quid but is cheaper and more convenient so HOT from me

Have been looking for a ladder for a long time and wans't too sure about how safe these actually? I mean, do you really want to be almost 4m in the air with your life being held by a few locking catches?

Lots of haters on this site. Good deal. Bought 1. Cheers

I'm not a hater of these ladders, I just have common sense

gchild

Voucher not working for me, anyone else having trouble?



Voucher doesn't seem to work on Click and Collect but works on Delivery to Home

Thank you. ordered.

realtek

Have been looking for a ladder for a long time and wans't too sure about … Have been looking for a ladder for a long time and wans't too sure about how safe these actually? I mean, do you really want to be almost 4m in the air with your life being held by a few locking catches?



been pounding mine with 15st for a couple of years without any problems.

13 steps, so cold from me

this is more like it. i was tempted by the £20 1.7m but i'd struggle to get in my loft, but this will do the trick. £100 or whatever before was too much for the infrequent use i'd make of it

[quote=realtek]I'm not a hater of these ladders, I just have common sense[/quo

Common sense says they will be tested to a standard otherwise lawsuits would happen ?

fowler9

Voucher doesn't seem to work on Click and Collect but works on Delivery … Voucher doesn't seem to work on Click and Collect but works on Delivery to Home



Indeed, having gone through the collect at store procedure it didn't work for me. Went back and got it delivered free for cheaper instead

Well as someone who has seen one collapse with someone on it.. funny for me, the guy on it at the time wasn't laughing.

He went out and purchased a proper ladder after that.

click and collect does let you use the voucher. when the store receives the details they print a barcode that goes with the item to ring through the till when you pick up the item. i had to call them to find this out. it's just as easy for me to pickup from the store as i pass it every day

I've seen a number of these with broken rungs on ebay sold as spares or repairs, which is a bit of a worry...

Maybe for the slimmer climber?

Fantastic ladders, these. Got exactly the same as this for £26.00. No, not from a shop - from a clearance auction so don't panic - you're not missing out. If I hadn't already got one I'd invest in this from Maplin. As to safety, it's as safe as you are. Just make sure that each 'step' is fully clicked into place before the next one.

As people have asked - yes, you can just extend as many 'rungs' as you require to obtain the height you need. You can also (but I don't recommend this to novice users) obtain 'half height' steps by lowering a step down to rest on the one beneath. However, you must have a fully locked step above and below it first. Test every step on the way up - just in case of a negative lock. Even with only one lock in place, the step would still be sturdy enough to stand on but it's better to be safe than sorry.

*** JUST REMEMBER FOLKS: NO "CLICKY" - NO "CLIMBY" ! ***

Phsycronix

*** JUST REMEMBER FOLKS: NO "CLICKY" - NO "CLIMBY" ! ***



lol, you watch too much tv

Just clicked and collected. They know about the code already when you collect it. You don't need to mention you used it. Thanks OP

1.7m one is 25% cheaper per meter

JezUK

Well as someone who has seen one collapse with someone on it.. funny for … Well as someone who has seen one collapse with someone on it.. funny for me, the guy on it at the time wasn't laughing.He went out and purchased a proper ladder after that.



A proper ladder is here:
hotukdeals.com/dea…412
Edited by: "grom10" 1st Aug 2013

realtek

I'm not a hater of these ladders, I just have common sense


But do you know of any instances where these ladders have actually failed?

Ordered. Thanks.

pibpob

But do you know of any instances where these ladders have actually failed?



Yes, when I wanted it to reach 4 meters

Banned

hitchinboy

Do you have to extend these out fully before you can climb them?


Lol i thought that was sarcastic joke.

I saw these in store a while back for a similar price. I was about to buy and tried to lift it to the till... it weighs a tonne! This is a super heavy ladder I mean it weighed like 10x an alu ladder heaver than a wooden one! Not useful at all.

11kg is reasonably lightweight, one hand carry for a geezer
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