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Workzone 4.7 Metre Triple Extension Ladder - £49.99 @ Aldi
Workzone 4.7 Metre Triple Extension Ladder - £49.99 @ Aldi

Workzone 4.7 Metre Triple Extension Ladder - £49.99 @ Aldi

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Reduced from £79.99 to £49.99, this seemed like a good price for this ladder and there was one other left when I went today (Saffron Walden) so I expect there are a few available nationwide...worth checking your local Aldi if you're looking for a three-part ladder.

With non-slip feet, this extendable ladder is designed for strength and rigidity at any height. It can be closed to only 2 metres when it's not in use, so you can store it away easily.

Accessories Included:
Warranty card
Manual

Features:
Heavy-duty contoured feet and tips
Wide slip-resistant D rungs for comfort and security
Lightweight aluminium frame
150kg maximum load
4.7m fully extended
Folds to 2 metres for easy transportation and storage

Dimensions: 2002 x 350 x 210mm
Material: Aluminium stiles and rungs, plated steel brackets
Number Of Rungs: 7 Per Section
Product Type: Ladders & Steps
Weight: 10.57kg

19 Comments

Original Poster

I'll try and upload pics of price tag etc. but only have phone at the moment.

Original Poster

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Edited by: "drifta" 5th Aug 2016

Original Poster

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Edited by: "drifta" 5th Aug 2016

At 4.7m fully extended you are going to need very long arms to reach anything!

I got mine for £29.99 from Aldi about two and a half years ago. Marked at £39.99 but went through the till for a tenner less. They must have been getting rid at the time. It's not bad but it's not perfect either and the stupid safety catches make it near impossible to slide the ladder up from closed. It's like you need three hands. I stopped mine from locking in the closed up position in the end because it was such a pain. Saying that used it loads for work and came in real handy when I didn't need the bigger ladders. Ones I bought was a combination set which may be different from these.

muffboy

At 4.7m fully extended you are going to need very long arms to reach … At 4.7m fully extended you are going to need very long arms to reach anything!



​What? Possibly the most moronic comment I've seen on this site.

ecosse87

​What? Possibly the most moronic comment I've seen on this site.



nah fair comment, what if you want to get to some thing that's 8.3M high

vinsona85

nah fair comment, what if you want to get to some thing that's 8.3M high



​Then you buy two. Mate holds on to ladder 2 from the top of ladder 1. Obviously.

ecosse87

​Then you buy two. Mate holds on to ladder 2 from the top of ladder 1. O … ​Then you buy two. Mate holds on to ladder 2 from the top of ladder 1. Obviously.



but then you would be too high..

As someone who uses ladders, these will get you up to your top windows (average house size) but won't reach your gutters, they will be awkward to use and flimsy. Price is OK for the occasional DIY job.

TBH I'd rather spend my money on these. A metre lower but much more versatile. If you need to work any higher I'd buy better quality. You don't need class 2 for DIY, these will be fit for purpose but no good for regular use.

Falling from height is never fun (I speak from experience, fractured skull, broken shoulder). If you know nothing then get someone else to do the job for you.

muffboy

At 4.7m fully extended you are going to need very long arms to reach … At 4.7m fully extended you are going to need very long arms to reach anything!



You will be able to reach everything that is at least 4m above ground depending on how tall you are and your angle of lean for the ladder. That could be considerably more than you can reach without a ladder lol. The ladder I bought though I think is better as it's also 3 section but can be used as steps as well.

ecosse87

​Then you buy two. Mate holds on to ladder 2 from the top of ladder 1. O … ​Then you buy two. Mate holds on to ladder 2 from the top of ladder 1. Obviously.



What? Possibly the most moronic comment I've seen on this site.

muffboy

What? Possibly the most moronic comment I've seen on this site.



Agreed. As with all extendable ladders, you must have at least one overlap rung. Foolish otherwise.

ecosse87

​What? Possibly the most moronic comment I've seen on this site.



Nah, I can guarantee I've seen worse.

Original Poster

Anyone want a ladder? I bought this for cleaning the upstairs ones and found out my windows turn inside out so I can easily clean them from the inside. D'oh!

drifta

Anyone want a ladder? I bought this for cleaning the upstairs ones and … Anyone want a ladder? I bought this for cleaning the upstairs ones and found out my windows turn inside out so I can easily clean them from the inside. D'oh!



Take it you live in a bungalow then as these will not reach upstairs windows of a standard 2 storey house?

Original Poster

muffboy

Take it you live in a bungalow then as these will not reach upstairs … Take it you live in a bungalow then as these will not reach upstairs windows of a standard 2 storey house?



​I didn't think bungalows had upstairs windows? In either case, a miscalculation on my part.

GlentoranMark

As someone who uses ladders, these will get you up to your top windows … As someone who uses ladders, these will get you up to your top windows (average house size) but won't reach your gutters, they will be awkward to use and flimsy. Price is OK for the occasional DIY job. TBH I'd rather spend my money on these. A metre lower but much more versatile. If you need to work any higher I'd buy better quality. You don't need class 2 for DIY, these will be fit for purpose but no good for regular use.Falling from height is never fun (I speak from experience, fractured skull, broken shoulder). If you know nothing then get someone else to do the job for you.



Thank you for this

Hi
I CAN'T PUT THIS LADDER TOGETHER OR USE IT.......PLEASE HELP.
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