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Werner Aluminium Loft Ladder 3 Section £54.98 delivered @ Toolstation
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Werner Aluminium Loft Ladder 3 Section £54.98 delivered @ Toolstation

£54.98£79.9831%Toolstation Deals
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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Really good loft ladder, well reviewed and currently on for a discounted price.

Description
Aluminium loft ladder with universal stowing pole, compatible with most loft hatches.
  • Suitable for heights up to 3m (9'10")
  • Minimum loft opening width 0.38m (1'3")
  • Minimum storage space 1.20m (3'11")
  • Minimum clearance arc 0.71m (2'4")
  • Handrail for added safety
  • Slip-resistant D rungs for comfort and security

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Give a thought this Christmas to all those who never knew their real ladder, and had a step Ladder instead.
Edited by: "Ajmetro" 16th Dec 2019
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Give a thought this Christmas to all those who never knew their real ladder, and had a step Ladder instead.
Edited by: "Ajmetro" 16th Dec 2019
Haha this is me using my step ladders to access my loft, bloody nightmare climbing up. Need to invest in some of these I think
Ajmetro16/12/2019 23:14

Give a thought this Christmas to all those who never knew their real …Give a thought this Christmas to all those who never knew their real ladders and had step Ladders instead.


What a touching Christmas story mate.
matwalaboy16/12/2019 23:21

What a touching Christmas story mate.


Just making the world aware as it happened to me... IT HAPPENED TO MEEE!
Edited by: "Ajmetro" 16th Dec 2019
Thanks, I so need these
Great for the price heat 🔥
This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get the ladder down? You still need to move the hatch out the way and get hold of the ladder to pull it down.
Jimmyboy16/12/2019 23:56

This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get …This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get the ladder down? You still need to move the hatch out the way and get hold of the ladder to pull it down.



You use a universal stowing pole
Whats the max weight capacity of this? Can`t see anything in the spec on the toolstation site. I`m in the market for a new one as i just bent my existing one taking a pretty heavy box into the loft. (_8(I) doh
From their website:-
'Certified to BS EN 14975 150kg (23.6 stone'
Hope this helps.
melmacl17/12/2019 00:55

From their website:-'Certified to BS EN 14975 150kg (23.6 stone'Hope this …From their website:-'Certified to BS EN 14975 150kg (23.6 stone'Hope this helps.


Yeah that`s the info i need. Thanks
At least i know i can get the stuff out of the loft without buckling that ladder.
The last one must have been a right Mickey Mouser as i only weigh 15 stone
Jimmyboy16/12/2019 23:56

This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get …This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get the ladder down? You still need to move the hatch out the way and get hold of the ladder to pull it down.


That's where you use the step ladder
It's been this price for about 3 months now - I picked one up in October. It's clearly very cheaply made, but seems safe enough and will do the job for getting up into the loft!
Ajmetro16/12/2019 23:14

Give a thought this Christmas to all those who never knew their real …Give a thought this Christmas to all those who never knew their real ladder, and had a step Ladder instead.


I've just rung up my step ladder.
Jimmyboy16/12/2019 23:56

This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get …This might be a stupid question but.......how do you get up there to get the ladder down? You still need to move the hatch out the way and get hold of the ladder to pull it down.


A pole is included with this ladder.
SirSpanky17/12/2019 07:28

It's been this price for about 3 months now - I picked one up in October. …It's been this price for about 3 months now - I picked one up in October. It's clearly very cheaply made, but seems safe enough and will do the job for getting up into the loft!


Me too, I'm going to invest in a better one in the near future as I found this to be flimsy.
Does this include hatch lid?
Predikuesi17/12/2019 07:46

Me too, I'm going to invest in a better one in the near future as I found …Me too, I'm going to invest in a better one in the near future as I found this to be flimsy.



Replaced something similar to this for an OAP not too long ago as was too flimsy and cumbersome for her use.

The builder also had fitted a loft hatch that meant she first needed to get ladders to slide back and use the pole to pull down. Once down on left side 3 bolts needed to secure in their holes - right side two latches. Then wobbled when in use (including the builder falling off and catching himself as he demo'd it).

Once you add in the price of the hatch would recommend checking out Sunlux - they start at about £80 for wooden ladders with hatch and pole. Heavier to install and require more space than this solution but no comparison in how sturdy or ease of use once installed.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 17th Dec 2019
Just make sure you click them into place properly !!!! Got a folding wooden one now.
Just ordered one of these, some gaffer tape, gloves and some rope for the mother in law
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