|Item Weight||7.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 16.5 x 52.6 inches|
|Item model number||LDR-3500RM|
|Size||16-3/4" x 25-1/4" x 50" h|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Polder Ultra light Aluminum 3-Step Ladder
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The two key features that are a real improvement over the Werner step ladder is that this one opens and closes effortlessly with one fluid motion and has a long handle to help keep you steady and secure while precariously perched two or more feet off the ground.
If you'll be using a step ladder frequently and worry about losing your balance and falling without a long handle to hold onto should you need one, than this Polder step ladder is worth the extra money for this safety feature alone.
The only mishap with my order was that on each metal step there is a thin plastic guard to cover the sharp edges and in shipment one of these got chipped. If it was made of super heavy plastic the ladder would weigh more and so it is kind of light. This in no way causes any problems and could have been eliminated if the ladder had shipped with cardboard wrapped around it instead of just a piece of plastic which offered zero bump / impact protection.
The ladder is only rated for household use but does carry a TYPE II certification for 225# while most other household use rated ladders only carry the TYPE III or utility rating so this is a well made ladder made of tough and light weight aluminum alloy.
You won't regret buying this ladder!
It got returned because the skid plates, which the product description claims are rubber, but seem more like hard, brittle plastic to me, were seriously cracked and about to fall apart on the two rear legs of my ladder. My guess is that whoever installed the rivets holding the skid feet to the ladder used a little too much force and cracked two of them. Had they been true rubber, they might have survived the heavy handed riveter.
Because this ladder has so many features I do like, I've returned it and asked for a replacement. Although I am now a little suspicious about the durability and lasting power of the "plastic" skid feet on the legs of this ladder, I am willing to give a replacement a try. Thus my two STARS and counting. When the replacement arrives I'll finish this review.Read more ›
The replacement was defective.
I returned the second for a Refund.
My opinion the quality of the Polder ladders was totally lacking.
I then bought a Little Giant Ladder Systems 5 ft. Flip-N-Lite Aluminum Utility Ladder with 300 lb. Load Capacity (Type 1A Duty Rating)
Model # 15273-001
For the same price~!~!~!~!~!~!
The Little Giant in my opinion is a Far Superior product~!~!~!~!~!~!Polder Ultra light Aluminum 3-Step Ladder
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent. Looked at so many of this before choosing this one. Very happy with it. If I hadn't gone this one, I would have probably gotten this one: Flip-N-Lite 300-Pound Duty... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jillian Morie
Of the three 3 step ladders that I ordered, two were fine, one had a broken foot. Please advise what to do.Published 2 months ago by Karen Ballard
I'd buy one for every room if I could afford it and had the space to store.Published 3 months ago by Sue
Handle could be longer...I'm short and need to hold the handle to reach UP and lit's not quite long enough for me.....Published 5 months ago by S. Margulies
Great ladder, light weight, safe, and stands on its own when folded.Published 7 months ago by jeanne
I wound up not getting it via Amazon, but I researched it here so it only seemed fair to pass along what I learned. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RMK
Arrived broken in several places. Not sturdy, many places on stool looked ready to give way.Published 9 months ago by Jill Lewis
Best features are the top handrail which provides the climber a steadying assurance, and the lightweight aluminum. Perfect height and portability for household tasks. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul English