|Item Weight||28 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||40 x 18 x 7 inches|
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|Item model number||MT-13|
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- 13-foot telescoping multiladder with 300-pound duty rating
- 13 different working heights or positions by converting into a 2-person stepladder, extension ladder, or scaffold
- Soft-touch push knobs are the key to this versatile ladder, enabling you to get the job done easier
- Professional-grade ladder with double-riveted steps and heavy-duty non-marring feet for slip resistance
- Reach your project safely thanks to the ladder's extra-wide flared bottom for sturdy support
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Multi Purpose Ladder 3-11' 300# 13-foot telescoping multiladder with 300-pound duty rating. 13 different working heights or positions by converting into a 2-person stepladder, extension ladder, or scaffold
Offering incredible versatility, the Werner MT Series Telescoping Multiladder is the only ladder you may ever need. Each MT Series ladder can be easily transformed into a twin stepladder, extension ladder, stairway stepladder, or two scaffold bases. Ideal for indoor and outdoor jobs, each of these professional-grade ladders is ergonomically constructed, features push-knob hinges, and is built to last with double-riveted steps.
Height adjustments are a snap with the spring-loaded J-locks. View larger.
Supports up to 300 pounds/side. View larger.
The only ladder you may ever need, each MT Series ladder is incredibly versatile and can be easily converted to a stepladder, stairway stepladder, twin stepladder, extension ladder, or two scaffold bases to be used with a plank (plank not included).
The MT Series is available in four models--MT-13, MT-17, MT-22, and MT-26--allowing the choice of the perfect size for individual applications.
Twin Stepladder Position Supports 300 Pounds Per Side
When set up as a stepladder, the Werner MT Series has a load capacity of 300 pounds per side, including person and materials.
Easy Conversions and Height Adjustments
Each ladder's inner section allows it to be folded into three set positions: extension ladder, twin stepladder, and storage. Each of these configurations is made possible by using the push-knob locking hinges located on the sides of the ladder.
Height adjustments are also a snap thanks to the spring loaded J-locks. Simply disengage the J-locks on either side, telescope the section out to the desired length (in one-foot increments), and then reengage the J-hooks.
Durable and Safe
MT Series Telescoping Multiladders are just as durable as they are versatile. Double-riveted steps provide long-lasting durability, and an extra wide flared bottom provides firm support. What's more, smooth curved side rails provide comfort and safe climbing, while heavy duty non-marring feet provide slip resistance.
About Werner: The Pros' Choice
Werner, the most trusted name in ladders, is preferred by pros more than any other brand. For over 60 years, pros have looked to Werner to supply their climbing equipment needs. Werner manufactures a full line of safe, professional-grade products for any job, and it builds its ladders to withstand even the most challenging tasks--that's why Werner ladders are found on more jobsites than any other brand.
What's in the Box
One Werner MT Series Telescoping Multiladder, and instruction manual.
Converts to a twin stepladder, stairway stepladder, 2 scaffold bases, or extension ladder.
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However, if you're looking for a light weight ladder that doesn't take up much space, this probably won't fit the bill. Yes it is more compact than an extension ladder since it folds, but it's still fairly large, and it is probably heavier than an extension ladder of the same length. I barely managed to get this thing up in the air in extension mode at full length, it was rough. I do really like the wider ends of this thing though, more sturdy. It's built to hold a lot of weight and not fall over, and I expect that to make it heavier. If you want a lighter ladder that can match this thing, you're going to need a lighter and more expensive matieral (like titanium), and that'll cost you.
As a side note: Keep in mind that ladder length ratings are a lie across the board, all ladder companies do it. A 22 foot ladder isn't 22 feet, it's something like 18 feet but they say you can reach 22 feet with your hands. It's a joke. Just keep it in mind when you're looking for the right length ladder, and don't hold it against any one company - industry standard measurement.
Sometimes the locking pins on the hinge can be hard to release but the good thing is that there is no bounce or give in the hinge when fully extended. The fold out ladder scares me to death at full extension it's bouncy as all get out and makes me think it'll collapse (I weigh 180 so I'm not stressing either ladder). I've carried 64" windows up this ladder without fear or feeling like I was going to fall.
A few negatives: fully retracted on either side the inner set of steps sometimes gets in the way - the outer feet don't want to be on the ground without a little coaxing. fortunately it still feels stable and I'm mostly using it at longer extensions. My bigger problem is that I bought the ladder roughly 8 months ago, have used it mostly on weekends for 4-5 months and some if the reinforcing plastic on the pins that lock the legs has turned white and cracked with stress. I'll be contacting werner about this. it's a 300lb ladder and including me the most it's had would be maybe 220lbs (me plus half a sheet of OSB with someone holding the other half on another ladder). A ladder this tall with any sign of stress failure is mega scary.
done over I'd buy two of these and forget the folding contraption (which stores nicely but is far worse to use)
Update: I contacted Werner and within 4 days had a replacement part for the stressed j-hooks - at no cost to me. thanks for the fabulous service!!
One ladder to do it all. Buy one ladder and you've got a Super Duty double step ladder safe enough for two grown men to stand on. You've got a 26' extension ladder. And lastly you have the flexibility of a stair ladder. For the price there's no excuse for every American home owner not to have one in their garage. But as I eluded to above, there are down sides. Three that I've found anyway. First) The weight... When you standing on it, it's a brick house...solid as a rock... When you're carrying it around, it's brick house...heavy as a boulder... At nearly 70lbs this is not a typical aluminum step ladder. Unfold it and use it as an extension that weight is compounded by the additional length. It is a real chore to extend it and retract it. Easiest way is to unfold it, extend what will be the top side, stand it vertical where you plan to work, and extend the bottom. This is still not an easy feat and you need to be extra careful of your fingers. With this much weight, it you let go it could chop them clean off. Safest way is to fully extend it on the ground and walk the ladder up but this will require two people. Second Issue) The J-hooks. I had to send my first one back because one was damaged in shipping. These are the Achilles heal of the MT series. Be cautious not to hit them against anything as I fear the plastic housing that encases them will break. Finally) returning to extension mode, since this is not a rigid beam construction setup found on modern extension ladders, there is a noticeable flex in the middle. It's unnerving at first but I found after a time I got used to it. Still the first time you pass that middle locking pivot, you say a little prayer that the guy on the line that day at Werner had his coffee that morning.
Aside from the downsides listed above, there is nothing else not to like about this ladder. The 26' version yields an excellent working height range as an A-frame. And as an extension (while not the first ladder I would grab if given the choice) it has enough reach to get a grown man to the gutter level of just about any two story built on level ground. As I said about, this is a must for all homeowners. One final word of caution, this is an aluminum ladder and as such it will conduct electricity very well! Don't perform electrical work from this ladder and stay clear of the power lines!