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5' Werner Aluminum Type 2 Step Ladder (225 lb. Load Capacity) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 5' Werner Aluminum Type 2 Step Ladder (225 lb. Load Capacity) on sale for $24.88. Select free store pickup where available otherwise shipping is free on $45+ orders.

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About the Product
  • Aluminum frame and steps offer lightweight durability
  • Five steps provide a 9'. reach to areas around the home
  • Non-slip treads help keep your feet stable as you work
  • High-performance HolsterTop with lock in-sockets conveniently holds tools and paint
  • 225 lb. load capacity ideal for light household projects
  • Weather resistant for outdoor use
  • ANSI Certified Type II + OSHA compliant for safety

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 5' Werner Aluminum Type II Step Ladder (225-lb. Capacity) on sale for $24.88. Select free store pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free with $45+ orders.
  • Five steps provide a 9 ft. reach
  • Non-slip treads
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In general, those ratings for a ladder are extremely conservative. A much larger person would generally have no problems using it as long as it was securely placed on solid ground and not jumping on it or something. Our society is extremely litigious, so manufacturer warnings almost always go overboard. However, this is my personal opinion based on my own experiences and nobody should assume that it will apply to them. Smilie

Check out the following discussion of ladder ratings. The consensus seems to be that ladder stress tests are completed at 3 times the recommended capacity ratings. Now I wouldn't go testing that limit, but I wouldn't worry about a bit of extra weight.

https://www.amazon.com/ask/questi...saa_al_hza

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Would this be better than the step ladder that was on sale - that people said was heavy? I like the step ladder because it's compact
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Great deal but only 225lb capacity? Anyone have this ladder that might be pushing the weight cpacity just a bit?
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Would this be better than the step ladder that was on sale - that people said was heavy? I like the step ladder because it's compact
I have both. If I have to choose, I prefer this ladder. It is noticeably lighter and better reach than the stepladder. Since you mention compactness, you can't go wrong with the latter.
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I have the aluminum for simple tasks, and the fiberglass for longer periods on the ladder. Either one is great, but one of each is my suggestion.
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Quote from AquaMusic365 :
Great deal but only 225lb capacity? Anyone have this ladder that might be pushing the weight cpacity just a bit?
In general, those ratings for a ladder are extremely conservative. A much larger person would generally have no problems using it as long as it was securely placed on solid ground and not jumping on it or something. Our society is extremely litigious, so manufacturer warnings almost always go overboard. However, this is my personal opinion based on my own experiences and nobody should assume that it will apply to them. Smilie

Check out the following discussion of ladder ratings. The consensus seems to be that ladder stress tests are completed at 3 times the recommended capacity ratings. Now I wouldn't go testing that limit, but I wouldn't worry about a bit of extra weight.

https://www.amazon.com/ask/questi...saa_al_hza
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These things are filmsy as hell but I guess it works in a pinch.
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Quote from jimkoch77 :
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Werne.../100658411

Going with this one
I just bought that one at Lowes. Same price, great ladder.
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I have both. If I have to choose, I prefer this ladder. It is noticeably lighter and better reach than the stepladder. Since you mention compactness, you can't go wrong with the latter.
Thanks! I have a similar stepladder - might get this for the upstairs.

The latter ladder lol.
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Got this on a recent deal for $30something, punches above its weight, great for use around the home.
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Werne.../100658411

Going with this one
Link dead. What model # was this?
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link dead. What model # was this?

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Link dead. What model # was this?
Link works for me, but 6ft fiberglass for $40. No shelf.
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