Aluminium Portable Deck £39.13 @ Wickes
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Aluminium Portable Deck £39.13 @ Wickes

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Found 20th Mar 2009Made hot 20th Mar 2009
Previously sold out at the last reduced price, but back in again!
REDUCED FROM £59.99
I've bought one of these good quality for the price when compaired to similar at B&Q at nearly 3X the cost.
Just in time for those Easter decorating jobs!
Ideal for DIY usage
Three working heights of 30cm, 58cm and 87cm
Safe working height is 87cm
Folding structure for easy portability and storage
Lightweight and easy to useIncludes a carry bag
Easily assembled
Two rubber wheels with brakes to enable safe and easy movement during useMaximum load capacity: 150kg
BUY A PAINTBRUSH OR SOMETHING ELSE FOR MORE THAN £6 FOR FREE DELIVERY!!!! Beats trying to get in in your car. 15% Voucher for 1st order too!!

REVIEW:
Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
10 September 2008
By propertycare121 (read all my reviews)
Good Quality: 5 out of 5
Value for money: 5 out of 5
"Excellent piece of kit, sturdy, lightweight, folds away neatly into storage bag (supplied). Can't fault this, and at this price best buy of the yr so far. Also the service from wickes was first class, ordered over the phone on Tue, delivered on Wed, hassle free."
Expertise: Trade

11 Comments

Meh,Safe working height is 87cm
Might as well stand on a chair

pete_l;4692355

Meh,Safe working height is 87cmMight as well stand on a chair



That's why it is called a SAFE working height - the number of people injured working from chairs makes this worth every penny, and this is a LOT higher than a chair.
the height of a chair at less than 50cm is quite enough to fall off and bust bones or a lot worse.

Also, a 3m high one wouldn't be much use if you were only wanting it for jobs where the 87cm lift was the right height!

nihcaj;4692708

That's why it is called a SAFE working height - the number of people … That's why it is called a SAFE working height - the number of people injured working from chairs makes this worth every penny, and this is a LOT higher than a chair.the height of a chair at less than 50cm is quite enough to fall off and bust bones or a lot worse.Also, a 3m high one wouldn't be much use if you were only wanting it for jobs where the 87cm lift was the right height!



Here Here !:thumbsup:

Bought this last time it was on offer and it's a cracker!!

bob - 87cm too short

Might as well buy a folding ladder (got one on special in Lidls for £25) - umpteen positions + long stable platform at 1 metre - more versatile than a platform.

im lookingfor something bigger enough to strip wallpaper /and do cornice repairs any suggestion
thanks

where is the dead body??? seen these on 'six feet under'

Thanks just saved an extra £17.17 on the total order and free Del, great find.

87cms of pure elevation - wow !!! .That should spell the end of poor bungalow gutters

I've had one of these since before Christmas and was looking in Wickes hoping to get another one. Didn't have any in my local store a couple of weeks ago so was pleased to see it's back - especially at a good price. I have been renovating an Edwardian house with ceilings just under 10 feet high and these are perfect a perfect height for repairing cornices and stripping wallpaper etc. Much safer and more comfortable than working off a ladder and tools/materials can be on hand on the platform.
Thanks for the post - heat added.
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