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Home Depot has Gorilla 3-Step Lightweight Steel Step Stool Ladder (225-lb. Load Capacity, GLS-3) for $19.98. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+. Thanks mouthforwar
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The ladder features an ANSI Type 2 Duty Rating (225 lbs. capacity) and a lifetime warranty

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Home Depot has the Gorilla Ladders 3-Step Lightweight Steel Step Stool Ladder with 225 lbs. Load Capacity Type II Duty Rating on sale for $19.99 (Reg. $34.98). Over 1,000 reviews with just under a 5 star rating.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Goril.../205804012

Built for stability and convenience, the Gorilla Ladders 3-Step Lightweight Steel Ladder is an easily portable stool to make any job stress-free. It features a soft, comfort grip that offers a convenient place to grab while carrying the ladder and a locking step latch that keeps it in place. It boats extra-wide, platform steps that are slip-resistant for a safe climb. The ladder features an ANSI Type 2 Duty Rating (225 lbs. capacity) and a lifetime warranty so you can buy with confidence.
  • Steel steps and rails offer durability
  • 225 lbs. duty rating
  • Type II ANSI rating
  • Non-slip tread and oversized feet
  • Comfort grip provides easier carrying when moved to different locations
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Weight: 14.5 lbs

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Goril.../205804012
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About $25 for cosco one at walmart. Identical. Soooo $5 off. Probably a little sturdier than Walmart one.
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Previously, it was $15 in HD
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is this good for going up to the attic?
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What's the height of the highest step? 30 inches?


Update: 27 inches apparently. I have stools that are taller than this so what's the point of buying this?
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What's the height of the highest step? 30 inches?


Update: 27 inches apparently. I have stools that are taller than this so what's the point of buying this?


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is this good for going up to the attic?
For attic u will need at least 6 ft ladder maybe 8 depends on your house. climbing up is easy its the going down part the taller ladder will help. ive climb up a attic using a 3 step stool but going down i needed my friends help down. so 6 ft is a easy and safer.
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Pay a little more for a ladder with a "project top" where the top handle has cutouts that hold a tool or screws and there is a tab to hang a paint bucket. Also, aluminum ladders are significantly lighter than steel. There are better step ladders than this.
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Bought when it was $15 in November after I bought my Samsung stackable washer/dryer. Definitely worth it! Use it alot in and outside of the house!
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Good deal! 5% extra cashback with you Chase CC.
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Yeah, I bought it from HD maybe late 2017 for about 15 bucks. Pretty good stool for that money.
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