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MetalTech Safeclimb 6' x 6.25' x 2.5' Steel Baker Style Scaffold Rolling Platform EXPIRED

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Home Depot has MetalTech Safeclimb 6' W x 6.25' H x 2.5' D Steel Baker Style Scaffold Rolling Platform for $149. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Key Features:
  • Anti-slip rungs and anti-slip deck w/ climb-through opening
  • Heavy duty 5" caster wheels
  • Adjustable to your preferred height at 2" increments from 27" to 73"
  • Load capacity of up to 1,100 lbs.
  • Made with rugged square steel tubes, topped off with a baked-on yellow poly powder coat finish
  • Intended for interior projects and is not recommended for outdoor use.
  • ANSI certified, OSHA compliant
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty

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I've been wanting to buy a second level and had this in my "saved for later" at HD. Today I saw the price had dropped to $149, the same as this deal back in November 2020.

This model has the trapdoor floor, but it does not come with the guardrail.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Metal.../302038304

[EDIT] Brickseek is showing this price at stores in the Fort Worth area, and I confirmed Dallas, Austin, and Houston.

Now I need to find a slick deal on outriggers...
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Break_Yourself asked this question on 09-03-2021 at 11:29 AM
09-03-2021 at 11:29 AM
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If doing an extended stay for whatever, pretty nice to work off of.... especially if you have someone to push you around the room to save climbing up and down, while narrow enough to go through doorways. If by myself, instead of that hokey climb through that is best for when stacking, I just use a light aluminum step ladder next to it. If up and down 100 times a day, it makes a difference. You can climb up the outside and step around or climb over, but a heavy person could bring the other end of one section off the ground. Hang a bucket or two off the corners, or use hooks off the rungs and beats a ladder any day for extended interior, or even exterior jobs. If stacking, you may want the outriggers and even the guard rail, because OSHA does not care what you do at your own house. With a couple extra 'shelves,' you have portable garage storage. Etc. Every tool has it's purpose.
09-04-2021 at 02:26 PM
I have raised and store crap on top so like having rollin shelf in garage. If need unload easily to access fan lights trim etc.
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The hinged platform (your "hokey climb through") is an improvement over climbing up a stepladder on the outside of a set of stacked units, as your weight will remain on the inside of the unit the whole time. Every good design has a purpose.
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If doing an extended stay for whatever, pretty nice to work off of.... especially if you have someone to push you around the room to save climbing up and down, while narrow enough to go through doorways. If by myself, instead of that hokey climb through that is best for when stacking, I just use a light aluminum step ladder next to it. If up and down 100 times a day, it makes a difference. You can climb up the outside and step around or climb over, but a heavy person could bring the other end of one section off the ground. Hang a bucket or two off the corners, or use hooks off the rungs and beats a ladder any day for extended interior, or even exterior jobs. If stacking, you may want the outriggers and even the guard rail, because OSHA does not care what you do at your own house. With a couple extra 'shelves,' you have portable garage storage. Etc. Every tool has it's purpose.
I have used it outdoors for gutter install. You will need flat surface or buy levelers. They don't move easy on dirt or gravel too. And don't leave them exposed to rain and etc.

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Seeing this at $317. Is there a specific store to use?
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try 75165 - it shows $149
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Keep an eye on Northern Tool. Bought a couple on sale from them in past and also brought the $20 off coupon from mailers.

https://m.northerntool.com/shop/t...ffold-sets
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Sweet, in for 3. Check your emails for HD CC promo. Can also try FleaBay, of course.

Looks like they can also be used for storage racks... on wheels.
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Quote from -Ardit- :
Sweet, in for 3. Check your emails for HD CC promo. Can also try FleaBay, of course.

Looks like they can also be used for storage racks... on wheels.
What is the HD CC promo?
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What is the HD CC promo?
Mine was 15 off 100. It just depends, ymmv
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That hinged platform for climbing seems like a great design, i.e in the case of stacking two of these units. I'm tempted to order one just on the chance it mates with a 6ft scaffold unit (GSSI brand) that I bought a few years ago from HD for about the same price (delivered, no less). If so, this would be a good bottom unit.
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Do I need this for regular home maintenance?
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In for 2.
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Do I need this for regular home maintenance?
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If doing an extended stay for whatever, pretty nice to work off of.... especially if you have someone to push you around the room to save climbing up and down, while narrow enough to go through doorways. If by myself, instead of that hokey climb through that is best for when stacking, I just use a light aluminum step ladder next to it. If up and down 100 times a day, it makes a difference. You can climb up the outside and step around or climb over, but a heavy person could bring the other end of one section off the ground. Hang a bucket or two off the corners, or use hooks off the rungs and beats a ladder any day for extended interior, or even exterior jobs. If stacking, you may want the outriggers and even the guard rail, because OSHA does not care what you do at your own house. With a couple extra 'shelves,' you have portable garage storage. Etc. Every tool has it's purpose.
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If doing an extended stay for whatever, pretty nice to work off of.... especially if you have someone to push you around the room to save climbing up and down, while narrow enough to go through doorways. If by myself, instead of that hokey climb through that is best for when stacking, I just use a light aluminum step ladder next to it. If up and down 100 times a day, it makes a difference. You can climb up the outside and step around or climb over, but a heavy person could bring the other end of one section off the ground. Hang a bucket or two off the corners, or use hooks off the rungs and beats a ladder any day for extended interior, or even exterior jobs. If stacking, you may want the outriggers and even the guard rail, because OSHA does not care what you do at your own house. With a couple extra 'shelves,' you have portable garage storage. Etc. Every tool has it's purpose.
The hinged platform (your "hokey climb through") is an improvement over climbing up a stepladder on the outside of a set of stacked units, as your weight will remain on the inside of the unit the whole time. Every good design has a purpose.
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Got 2 thanks. 16' shop ceiling will be much easier to work on now.
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The hinged platform (your "hokey climb through") is an improvement over climbing up a stepladder on the outside of a set of stacked units, as your weight will remain on the inside of the unit the whole time. Every good design has a purpose.
Read it again.... "If by myself, instead of that hokey climb through that is best for when stacking.... " Smilie
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