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âEasy to operate, small shrinkage: just stretch the ladder to the length you need. (the maximum height is 12.5ft) after shrinking, the height of our telescopic ladder is only 2.8 ft. you can easily put it in the corner of your home for easy storage.
âHigh quality raw materials: our telescopic ladder is made of high-quality aluminum alloy substrate, and four layers of coating materials are added on the aluminum alloy substrate, which can effectively extend the service life of the product. The product is only 22.5 pounds, light and portable.
âSolid: our aluminum telescopic ladder is thick without deformation. The round thickened aluminum alloy wall tube has stronger load-bearing capacity and can bear 330 pounds at most.
âSafe and stable for use: widen and thicken the pedal of the ladder, and design anti-skid grooves on the surface of the pedal to make it more comfortable and safe to work at height. Meanwhile, the upgrade increases the anti-skid foot cover of the telescopic ladder, and increases the contact surface with the ground to ensure its stability.
âVersatility: This telescopic ladder will be your best tools. The maximum height of the ladder is 12.5 feet (3.8 meters), regardless of the daily indoor cleaning window. Changing light bulbs, or pruning trees outdoors. Our telescopic ladders can meet all of your needs.
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