Confer HS2MR 29"x23"x14" Handi-Step for Round/Straight Sided Spa - Medium Red
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- All plastic construction
- Easy assembly
- Weatherproof and UV resistant
- No hardware
- Cleans easily with soap and water
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Confer Plastics Handi Step HS2 is a completely redesigned spa step which was created with durability and versatility in mind. The new HS 2 Handi-Step incorporates the ability to use the step with a straight-sided spa or a rounded spa. Construction is literally just a few snaps and you have a beautiful step for your spa.
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Once I did figured it out (which did take some time) it was simple... First start with the bottom step for stability. Insert the back of the step (as shown in the pic) then step on the front. Snaps right in. Then do the same with the top step. Took me less than five minutes on my own (no help).
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As far as putting it together, I didn't have a problem at all. And I'm a 125lb woman.
1. Place the two sides about 3 feet apart with the back of the steps leaning up against a wall.
2. Determine if you want the back/upper step to be rounded or straight. Pick the appropriate step - you are given one of each.
3. For the back/upper step: Slightly lift the front of the step and put the back two sides in first.
4. Push down the front of the step as best as you can.
5. Wearing a sneaker or boot, stomp down on the front corners to lock them into place. I only needed to stomp each corner once or twice.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for front/lower step.
The snow comes right off (doesnt stick to it.)
It is sturdy. It shows absolutely NO signs of wear after 4 years.
I remember thinking when I bought this. "This is an expensive stairs"
It is totally worth it.
I use it to get into bed. It feels stable and solid. It is large, but I wanted that rather than a skinny step I have to navigate.
Like others have said, it does take a few strong stomps during assembly to "lock" the steps in. Maybe that is why it feels so stable.
It is not a featherweight, but it is light enough that I can move it around the house as needed for other uses, and I feel a lot safer on this than I do on a step ladder.
It was a little difficult to snap together, but I believe that is by design (this thing is not coming apart anytime soon.) There is a little flex in the step but not enough to cause alarm (unless you are waaaay over 200lbs)
All in all, a good product for the price; color matched my decor nicely, it is sturdy and feels safe. I would purchase again and recommend without reservation (except for those who are well, well over 200lbs)