|Item Weight||33.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||60 x 41 x 24 inches|
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|Item model number||M1-6-12|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty|
Werner 6-Foot 250-Pound Duty Rating Aluminum Multi-Master Articulated Ladder #M1-6-12
|Price:||$199.99 + $25.60 shipping|
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- Versatile 12-foot aluminum articulated ladder when extended or 6-foot step ladder
- 3-position Multi-Lok hinge allows for 18 positions or applications
- Slip-resistant multi-directional rungs
- Slip-resistant feet
- Comes fully assembled except for bolt-on base
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Here is my review:
-The ladder really does allow for adjustment into several very useful positions.
-When fully extended, it is extremely tall yet steady under weight.
-As a scaffold, it is a great height for cleaning gutters on an average house. Note you will need a platform of some sort to place over the rungs. I used scrap board.
-I've used it in most of its other positions and have found it to be steady and reliable.
-It stores easily, although see below about locking for storage
-It's cost was much lower than other ladders where I purchased it and it appears to be a lot less than other articulating ladders. It is more than enough for most home use.
-it is a bit heavy, but I'm not sure any more so than other articulated ladders. I am a small male, and I didn't have problems moving it in any of its positions.
-the ladder does not lock in its smallest configuration for storage - a very stupid design flaw I'm sure they could have corrected. It won't fall apart on you in that position while in storage, but it makes it harder to move when in this position as it might start moving on you. I've kept it in the storage position most of the time I've owned it, and it has never been unsteady - just annoying for a minute or two when I bring it out for use.
-The joints can be a pain until you get used to them. I found that after a year of use, I'm pretty quick with them.Read more ›
I've owned one of these ladders for about 15 years.
- I find the 1" rungs to be uncomfortable to stand on for any length of time, particularly when wearing sneakers. This issue can be fixed by using a Werner AC-18MT to stand on, which fits this ladder perfectly and is sold by Amazon, but that's another 30+ bucks.)
- makes me nervous being on it in the fixed 16' ladder configuration, as it bows inward quite a bit as my 260 pounds climbed it. Once on it, it stays that way. Of course, the less you weigh, the less the ladder will bow.
- ladder isn't adjustable for height. 16' is the only choice.
- minor issues: a) in the stepladder arrangement, there is no top tray to rest tools and supplies. The Werner AC24 Multipurpose Project Tray fits perfectly); b) folded-up ladder doesn't lock in that closed position, so you have to hold it from spreading apart when you carry it; c when closed, it's somewhat awkwardly bulky and heavy to carry; d) can't be stored outside, as the locking mechanism is steel and that would rust.
- principal advantage: has some unusual configurations no other type of ladder can match.
- each section locks into its various positions with distinctive snap, so you know it's secure.
- the wide bottom "foot" does a very good job of stabilizing the ladder.
- commonly available ladder accessories fit nicely, such as paint hooks, work platforms, materials trays, and standoffs.
- the included stabilizer bar is a nice plus - makes the ladder safer, plus it's a huge help when leaned against something, like straddling a house window.Read more ›
+ Folds down compact - This ladder folds down to a relatively small size of about 3' x 1' x 1.5'. This allows it to be stored easily in large closet, small shed, or anywhere in your garage. It also makes it great to transport: I once borrowed my wife's Toyota Rav4 and this ladder fit nicely in the back, along with all my other equipment.
+ Articulates to unusual shapes - Unlike other extendable ladders, the joints on this allow it to be adjusted to unusual shapes that allows it to reach areas that are difficult to get to. For example, it can be turned into an inverted 'L' shape to reach over a large entertainment center without touching it, allowing access to the wall or ceiling above.
+ Good weight capacity - Mine is rated at 300lbs- not sure if they changed the weight rating, but is has held up well to a lot of use.
+ Value - This is a fairly good value for a multi-ladder with this kind of flexibility.
- Latching mechanisms - The levers to actuate these could have been designed better, in my opinion. They are relatively stiff and hug closely to the ladder frame, requiring some decent finger-power to lift them off.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's still a heavy ladder but I like that it's flexible. I had a similar one years ago that I lost in a separation. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Todd S Clay
Love this thing....only problem is that it has no locking system when fully folded. Makes it awkward to carry and won't stay shut. But I used a Velcro strap and it stays shut now.Published 11 months ago by Matthew J.
I have had one of these for 20 years or so. This ladder is heavy. The latching mechanisms are a pain. It is easy to get your fingers pinched. Read morePublished 15 months ago by k postma
Versatile. Strong. Yet lightweight and easily portable. Gives you that solid, safe, and confident feeling you hope for with each additional step up. Read morePublished 18 months ago by P. Burgess
Serves a limited purpose. This ladder us inconvieiently heavy and cumbersome to open indoors. But it does have its limited usefullness.Published 24 months ago by B. Allison
This ladder must be a good design because Werner is still making them.
We bought this in 2007 after I retired to paint our home and do other restoration work. Read more
I think this ladder is pretty awesome. I needed a ladder the old reach up to my gutters and chimney. Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by RB