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Abru Handy Work Platform 2.75m - £20 @ Argos (Free Collection)
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Abru Handy Work Platform 2.75m - £20 @ Argos (Free Collection)

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Posted 2nd Nov
Good price here for a handy DIY must have. As always you can do a free click and collect from the store.

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Description

The Handy work platform is the perfect tool for giving you a boost for odd jobs around your home or workshop. With a platform height of 0.5m, this work platform is a convenient and practical aid that folds flat for easy storage, and will easily fit in the boot of any car. Suitable for professional and domestic use. Please note we do not offer delivery on a Saturday, this product cannot be delivered to NI, highlands and islands. *Approximate Reach Height is based on 1.75m as the average reach height of a person.

Simple and safe to use with locking hinges for added safety. Wide and deep non-slip platform.

Details
  • Non-slip treads .
  • Maximum safe working load 150kg.
  • Size H0.5, W0.79, D0.39m.
  • Maximum platform height 0.5m.
  • 1 working position.
  • Weight 4.4kg.
  • Suitable for professional and domestic use.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.

Hope it helps someone.
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Where does the 2.75 m come into it?
dirty_stan03/11/2019 00:05

I believe its what height you'll be safe to work at. So standing in this …I believe its what height you'll be safe to work at. So standing in this and reaching up you should be able to reach 2.75m. I wondered the same thing when I was looking at ladders a few months back.


Right, thank you - problem is, I am only 3'6" tall 🏃
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That's not bad, the offer comes and goes. The step is quite useful for DIY
Posted other week
packard02/11/2019 21:47

Posted other week


Oh was it - I looked and couldn't find If you can find the post - please report it so this can be deleted as a dupe. Thanks a bunch.
packard02/11/2019 21:47

Posted other week


At Robert dyas plus it was expired:

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Edit: didn't mean for that to rhyme lol
Edited by: "Maevoric" 2nd Nov
Maevoric02/11/2019 22:05

At Robert dyas plus it was expired:[Image] Edit: didn't mean for that to …At Robert dyas plus it was expired:[Image] Edit: didn't mean for that to rhyme lol


Ah ok - yes those codes have expired, plus its actually more expensive at RD right now.
Where does the 2.75 m come into it?
matwalaboy02/11/2019 22:11

Ah ok - yes those codes have expired, plus its actually more expensive at …Ah ok - yes those codes have expired, plus its actually more expensive at RD right now.


Heat from me mate
Maevoric02/11/2019 22:23

Heat from me mate


Thanks buddy - since you mentioned, I checked again and looks like the cheapest it can be had right now from RD is £26.99 - so decent-ish saving, enough to buy a PS4 game for example
matwalaboy02/11/2019 22:25

Thanks buddy - since you mentioned, I checked again and looks like the …Thanks buddy - since you mentioned, I checked again and looks like the cheapest it can be had right now from RD is £26.99 - so decent-ish saving, enough to buy a PS4 game for example


Haha so you syphon off the savings into games too lol
Maevoric02/11/2019 22:43

Haha so you syphon off the savings into games too lol


Thats the point no You can never 'save' - but just 'spend' it well
astramondeo02/11/2019 22:12

Where does the 2.75 m come into it?


I believe its what height you'll be safe to work at. So standing in this and reaching up you should be able to reach 2.75m. I wondered the same thing when I was looking at ladders a few months back.
It was Argos, the search seems to fail sometimes now.. don’t know why,
matwalaboy02/11/2019 22:49

Thats the point no You can never 'save' - but just 'spend' it well


Haha so true my friend, as master Yoda once said "spend or spend not there is no save*"

*huge amounts of paraphrasing detected
dirty_stan03/11/2019 00:05

I believe its what height you'll be safe to work at. So standing in this …I believe its what height you'll be safe to work at. So standing in this and reaching up you should be able to reach 2.75m. I wondered the same thing when I was looking at ladders a few months back.


Right, thank you - problem is, I am only 3'6" tall 🏃
Need one higher for like 0.7m
I have one of these and highly recommend , they're very safe and sturdy & a bargain at £20 ,well made & robust not cheap thin tat..
Edited by: "jeffro450" 3rd Nov
astramondeo03/11/2019 02:40

Right, thank you - problem is, I am only 3'6" tall 🏃


Yoda
Edited by: "AD959" 3rd Nov
jeffro45003/11/2019 08:24

I have one of these and highly recommend , they're very safe and sturdy & …I have one of these and highly recommend , they're very safe and sturdy & a bargain at £20 ,well made & robust not cheap thin tat..



Seconded - excellent piece of kit - really sturdy
Drats. My ceiling is 2.85m
Cool added to my Christmas list, good solid platform for diyers
That's a good price and very handy. As a painter and decorator it's excellent for a tea break. Plenty of room for a seat and somewhere to put your tea and sandwich.
Can't see the use for these, have 9ft 3in (2.82 m) ceilings and when plastering ceilings was up 4 threads of a step ladder and if say using a drill or a screwdriver you can hold on to a ladder for support.
Great to sit on with a brew ☕
19 inches high for us old folk. I have no idea where 2.75m comes into it at all
Edited by: "Gazfaz" 3rd Nov
Thanks have reserved this, about to move so will come in handy when decorating.
I bought this the last time this offer was posted at the same price a few weeks back. Already been very useful.
Oh my God. I’m so embarrassed. I saw this - Got all excited - Ran to Argos - Asked for an “Abu Hamza Work Platform”.
Amazingly, I got one. Lots of hooks on it.
morrig03/11/2019 14:08

Can't see the use for these, have 9ft 3in (2.82 m) ceilings and when …Can't see the use for these, have 9ft 3in (2.82 m) ceilings and when plastering ceilings was up 4 threads of a step ladder and if say using a drill or a screwdriver you can hold on to a ladder for support.


We don´t all have9ft 3in or 2.82 m ceilings and if not using one of these do you hold on to the floor for support, or do you use The Salvation Army?
Problem is i save money buying stuff for DIY.. them spend more on everything I've done wrong. Cheers Ordered.
snappyfish03/11/2019 19:25

Problem is i save money buying stuff for DIY.. them spend more on …Problem is i save money buying stuff for DIY.. them spend more on everything I've done wrong. Cheers Ordered.


Sounds about par for a lot of us here on HUKD then, eh
So Handy these things
Been waiting for these to drop to £20, thanks
astramondeo03/11/2019 02:40

Right, thank you - problem is, I am only 3'6" tall 🏃



just get two and stack them, job done
astramondeo03/11/2019 02:40

Right, thank you - problem is, I am only 3'6" tall 🏃


Best to use an extendable step ladder then... after you have got permission from your parents that is!
Can't see the point, just stand on a chair
Great to use as an extra dining room chair
davej171004/11/2019 23:35

[Image] You stallion!


I know - but doesn't help much when painting ceilings
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