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Werner 6' Fiberglass Step Ladder Type II Duty Rating (225lb Capacity)

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Home Depot.com has Werner 6' Fiberglass Step Ladder Type II Duty Rating (225 lb Load Capacity) on sale for $34.88. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks snipermax

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This step ladder offers 10' maximum reach w/ 225 lb load capacity (for medium to heavy-duty tasks). Non slip treads and edge bracing offers safety as you climb - Discombobulated

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  • 225 lb. load capacity for medium to heavy-duty tasks
  • Offers a 10 ft. maximum reach
  • Non-slip treads and edge bracing offer safety as you climb
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Werne.../203412380

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Created 11-23-2018 at 10:57 PM by snipermax
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Why fo people ask some of the stupidiest questions when it comes to height of a ladder? You buy the height you need or most likely need. No one else can tell you what you need.
all it does is bogg down the more relavent comment concerns.
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Only difference seems to be height. This is 1ft taller.
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You're not actually suggesting someone stand on the top step, are you? Shouldn't have to be said, but NEVER stand on the top step of a ladder, no matter the type.
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How does this compare with the Lowe's 5ft?
Only difference seems to be height. This is 1ft taller.
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is this the regular price?
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Only difference seems to be height. This is 1ft taller.
Yeah - this one is a few lbs heavier. Probably the better deal.
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is 10 usd worth the extra 1 ft ?
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is 10 usd worth the extra 1 ft ?
Thats up to you and what your need is. Seems like a small difference for more potential use (and perhaps safety)
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is 10 usd worth the extra 1 ft ?
Depends if you have a taller ladder. The Lowe's one is nice because since it's shorter it will be lighter an easier to move around the house. A five foot ladder will get you most places indoors, depends what you need outdoors.
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is this the regular price?
Yes and no, special buy during the holidays I paid the same last year for the same ladder in Orange .
Great ladder and 6ft is the smallest size in my opinion you want to own as it works in so many situations, standing on the top step you add another 4ft or so to your reach.
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Fiberglass with 225 seems pretty weak usually they're higher.
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Great ladder. Got one on BF. Happy to see them in stock online.
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Yes and no, special buy during the holidays I paid the same last year for the same ladder in Orange .
Great ladder and 6ft is the smallest size in my opinion you want to own as it works in so many situations, standing on the top step you add another 4ft or so to your reach.

You're not actually suggesting someone stand on the top step, are you? Shouldn't have to be said, but NEVER stand on the top step of a ladder, no matter the type.
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Last edited by 68droptop November 24, 2018 at 09:10 AM. Reason: typo
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You're not actually suggesting someone stand on the too step, are you? Shouldn't have to be said, but NEVER stand on the top step of a ladder, no matter the type.
Great point I meant the step below the top of the ladder.
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You're not actually suggesting someone stand on the top step, are you? Shouldn't have to be said, but NEVER stand on the top step of a ladder, no matter the type.
... 4ft extra reach. I think the reach of an average man is somewhere between 6 to 7 ft. So no, they aren't suggesting you can stand on the top of the ladder.
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