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First Alert EL52-2 Two-Story 14-Foot Escape Ladder

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Two-Story
  • Easy to use two-story 14-foot fire escape ladder
  • Fully assembled, ready to use
  • Strong steel construction, tested to 1,125 lbs
  • DuPont Cordura nylon strapping for extra strength and maximum durability.
  • Complies to ASTM standards; 6-year limited warranty; For sill widths of 6 to 10 inches.
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First Alert EL52-2 Two-Story 14-Foot Escape Ladder + Seatbelt Cutter Window Breaker Escape Tool 2 Pack + Fire Gone 2NBFG2704 White/Red Fire Extinguisher - 16 oz., (Pack of 2)
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Product Information

Size: Two-Story
Technical Details
Part Number EL52-2
Item Weight12.2 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 2 x 7 inches
Item model numberEL52-2
SizeTwo-Story
ColorMulti
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007OAPT0
Best Sellers Rank #454 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Size: Two-Story

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Be prepared for an emergency with the First Alert EL52-2 Two-Story Folding Home Fire-Escape Ladder. Exceptionally strong and durable, this ladder can be easily folded for storage near a window or under a bed for immediate access in case of a fire. House fires can be deadly, but the EL52-2 helps protect you and your family by providing a safe, reliable means of escape.


EL52-2 Fire Escape Ladder
At a Glance:
  • Designed for use in a two-story home
  • Features strong nylon and steel construction
  • Fits windows at least 20-inches (51 cm) wide and 32-inches (81 cm) high
  • Steel stabilizers on each slip-resistant, epoxy-coated rung
  • Can be easily folded for storage under a bed or near a window


Strong enough to help both children
and adults quickly exit to safety.
Escape from a Dangerous House Fire with This Strong, Durable Ladder
Fire is a serious threat to every household; it can strike anywhere, any time. The frightening truth is that in 2005, there were nearly 381,000 home fires in the U.S., resulting in over 16,000 casualties. Because of the very real threat of fire, it is vital that every household uses tools for fire protection. When used in conjunction with smoke alarms and fire extinguishers, and as part of an overall fire-escape plan, the EL52-2 is an effective last-resort tool to help you and your family safely exit a dangerous situation.

Tough Nylon/Steel Construction, Anti-Slip Rungs, and Secure Hooks
Exceptionally durable, this ladder is tested to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards. Featuring strong nylon/steel construction and measuring 14-feet in length, the EL52-2 provides a dependable means of escape through a second-floor window during a home fire.

This ladder is easy to set up and is strong enough to help both children and adults quickly exit to safety. It arrives fully assembled and ready to use in one minute. Extra-wide hooks secure the ladder to any windowsill measuring at least 20-inches (51 centimeters) wide and 32-inches (81 centimeters) high with a sill width between a minimum of 6-inches (15 centimeters) and a maximum of 13-inches (33 centimeters).

The ladder's slip-resistant, epoxy-coated rungs provide sure footing, and steel stabilizers on each rung help keep your feet steady and balanced, preventing the rungs from swaying as you step on or off of them. For added stability, DuPont Cordura nylon strapping lends extra strength and durability, while steel construction tested to 1,125 pounds means this ladder holds up to 375 pounds at a time.

The EL52-2 comes with a six-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Folding 14-foot fire-escape ladder and manual.



Folds up for compact storage.

Comes completely assembled.

Product Description

FOLDING, FIRE ESCAPE LADDER IS FULLY-ASSEMBLED & READY TO USE; STRONG STEEL CONSTRUCTION TESTED TO 1,125 LBS; SLIP-RESISTANT RUNGS ;MADE WITH DUPONT CORDURA NYLON;FOR RESIDENTIAL USE; 14-FT LENGTH

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Feel better knowing my kids have a fire escape ladder just in case.
Amy
The ladder is 14 foot long but folds up into a small storage box which can easily be stored under a bed or into a closet taking up very little room.
Brenda Ansell
It appears to be very well made and looks as if it would be very easy to deploy.
Bill Hedden

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

337 of 339 people found the following review helpful By J. S. Hamilton on November 16, 2007
Size Name: Two-Story Verified Purchase
We tried this ladder and it works well. It is not pleasant crawling out a 2nd story window but this ladder performs well after you do. It's easy to deploy with a strap holding the rungs together until mounted. You open the big velcro strap to let them fall. The rubber feet seem less likely to damage the wall or cut through siding than the sharp metal standoffs on some other ladders. There was no warning about one-time use on this ladder so we practiced. This is critical to both test the function and become familiar with it before any emergency use. With some strap refolding I got it back into the strap and original box cleanly.

Very cheap protection against being trapped by a fire.
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488 of 497 people found the following review helpful By OH-58 Pilot on March 13, 2008
Size Name: Two-Story
Consumers need to purchase the right ladder for their windowsill. I had to return the two-story ladder for a 3-story ladder because my windowsill depth was wider than the 2-story could accommodate. The EL52 First Alert Fire Escape Ladder user's manual says, "The window should be at least 20 inches (51 cm) wide and 32 inches (81 cm) high to give you enough clearance to exit safely. The windowsill width should be between a minimum of 6 inches (15 cm) and a maximum of 10 inches (25 cm). Measure windowsill from outside to inside." Be sure to get the right ladder for your windowsill depth.
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389 of 412 people found the following review helpful By CMGarber on August 15, 2007
Size Name: Two-Story
Once the owners manual was read it became clear this would not work on our colonial style home. The manual indicates the need for a flat surface with no windows or other obstructions under the window in which you would place the ladder. In our case, the 2nd story overhangs a foot or two from the 1st story, problem #1. There are also windows directly below the windows on the 2nd story, problem #2, which are an issue even if the house was flush/flat all the way down. The idea is the ladder needs a flat surface to rest against when climbing down. If it hits a window, it could break the glass and cause injuries. In a fire, I'd risk that, but with our overhang, we have the added issue of no flat surface to rest against meaning the ladder would dangle once you get out of the 2nd story window. The only other possible windows each have a "bay" window below which again won't allow a flush/flat surface to have the ladder rest upon. As far as the quality, it appears great. In my opinion, better than the other leading brand.
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187 of 202 people found the following review helpful By A. Bishop on May 8, 2009
Size Name: Two-Story
Length: 1:10 Mins
My thoughts on the First Alert ladder.
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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 8, 2009
Size Name: Two-Story Verified Purchase
The description on the Amazon website says it will fit walls 6 inches to 13 inches thick. This is not true for the 2-story ladder. The widest the ladder can open is 10 inches, as correctly reported in one of the prior reviews. The instructions included with the ladder also say the maximum thickness is 10 inches. If the wall is 10 inches thick, the ladder will likely not work, either, since it probably won't hang right. In order to hang as shown in the picture, the wall can only be 9 inches thick. Measure the thickest part of your wall including interior and exterior sills. If you have a brick house, the ladder likely will not work. My wall was 12 inches, and the ladder cannot reach around it. Otherwise, it looked well-made.
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62 of 71 people found the following review helpful By J. Jackson on March 2, 2008
Size Name: Three-Story
I have taken this product out once and let my son practice with it. That went reasonably well, though without practice, it would be very hard to do this right in an emergency. Repacking the ladder was a huge hassle. The directions were very clear, but didn't seem to apply to the same ladder that I was handling. I finally got it repacked and placed it in my son's room, but the difficulty in packing makes me hesitate to practice again, even though I know that would be a good idea.
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87 of 102 people found the following review helpful By John Vollmer on November 7, 2008
Size Name: Two-Story Verified Purchase
This is not a good escape ladder for kids. We have a 6 year old daughter who was not strong enough to lift this heavy ladder up to the window, unfold the cumbersome hooks, and then throw the ladder part out the window. It is hard and awkward even for an adult to do this let alone a child.

Once the ladder is hooked on the window sill, you have to lean waaayyy out the window to pull the release tab, risking falling out the window to do this, especially if you are a vertically challenged.

Once you pull the tab, the ladder is supposed to neatly fall to the ground without getting caught up on itself. Wrong. The ladder gets so tangled that it would require you to go 4 or 5 steps down, untangle, go 4 more steps, untagle, etc.

I do not recommend this ladder.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Tj Martin on June 7, 2008
Size Name: Two-Story
This escape ladder is great! It folds up nicely, and can be stored in its own box. My children, twins age 14, were able to practice fire drills, and easily fold it back up in the box. It is invaluable knowing my kids can get out safely from a second floor room. More over, the price made it very affordable.
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