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Safety Plus 3-Step Steel Step Stool with 330 lb. Load Capacity by Hailo USA Inc.

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  • Overall Product Weight: 15.65lbs

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Safety step ladder from McAllen, TX on 01/11/2016 – Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
The older I get, the more I need something to hold onto when I climb a ladder. This versatile ladder/ step stool gives me the flexibility to safely reach the highest shelves and cabinets in my home. It is light weight but sturdy. It folds quickly and can be stored in a nearby closet because of its height and slim design. The narrow top tray enables me to set light bulbs, screwdrivers, etc., in the tray, rather than carrying them in my hands while trying to climb the ladder. It's a great design for us sexagenarians.
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Safety Plus 3 Step Ladder from Tallahassee, FL on 05/21/2014 – Verified Buyer
Amazingly stable and secure! A real asset to homeowners for changing overhead light bulbs or air filters. Assembly was simple--just align top plastic holding trand and leg brace, and attach with two screws provided. We love it!
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Homemaker from Cambria, WI on 04/13/2014 – Verified Buyer
Good quality, easy to store, fast shipping. I just love Wayfair. Everything I have purchased has been amazing.
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Good three step ladder from Dover, DE on 07/07/2015 – Verified Buyer
The three steps make it easy to reach the top shelves in the cabinets. Not sure how secure it is for a large person. It states it holds up to 300 lbs. Not sure it would hold someone who weighed that much.
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