|Manufacturer||Xtend & Climb|
|Style||Classic Home Series 770P, Yellow/Gray 12.5ft|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Building Materials & Ladders; Attic Ladders; telescoping-ladders|
|Manufacturer||Xtend & Climb|
|Item model number||770P|
|Product Dimensions||12.7 x 50.8 x 381 cm; 12.25 Kilograms|
Xtend & Climb 770P Aluminum Telescoping Ladder Type II Home Series, 12.5-Foot
(S$0.73 / oz)
+ S$125.15 Delivery
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About this item
- Ladder retracts compactly
- Extends and locks by the foot with easy, no-pinch closure system
- Integrated carrying handle with heavy-duty closure strap
- Feet have non-slip end caps
- ANSI/OSHA Rated
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An unique ladder that will lock by the foot to extend from 32 In. to 12-1/2 Ft. Great for small storage areas because of the compact closed height of 32 In. Engineered/manufactured to meet or exceed rigid industrial standards. Constructed using airplane grade aluminum alloy. Safety features include: Angled thumb release mechanism to ensure proper hand position and No-pinch closure system with yellow padded side sections, nonslip end caps, integrated carry handle and heavy-duty closure strap. Double over molded feet ensure traction. Storage dimensions: 20 In. W. x 32 In. H. x 5 In. D. ANSI Type II duty rating 225 Lb. load capacity.
Storable, Portable, Infinitely Versatile
Industry Standard in Telescoping ladders
Designed for both commercial contractors and home do it yourself customers, Xtend & Climb Telescoping Ladders are a sensible alternative to traditional bulky extension ladders. Lightweight and durable, these heavy-duty, time-saving ladders extend by the foot and feature ergonomic designs and locking tabs for smooth, safe operation. The styling and strength of the Professional Edition ladders will make them the most favored tool on the job site.
Constructed with Durable Materials Made of Aerospace Engineered 6061 alloy with a Clean-Touch anodized finish, each heavy-duty Xtend & Climb Professional Edition ladder has rungs that are built tough to ensure sturdy footing.
Features True Telescoping Technology
- Aerospace Engineered using airplane grade aluminum alloy for strength
- Double over molded feet for durability and traction
- Angled Thumb Release to ensure proper hand position
- Integrated carrying handle for easy transportation
- Clean Touch Anodized Finish is easy to clean
Extends and Locks by the Foot
Xtend & Climb Professional Edition Telescoping Ladders extend and lock by the foot, easily adjusting to whatever height is needed for your job. This comes in handy when you don't want the hassle of lugging around a heavy extension ladder. Just carry your Xtend & Climb where you need it and simply open it up, rung by rung. Safe and Easy to Operate.
Carry and Store Anywhere
Thanks to an integrated carrying handle and heavy-duty closure strap, the Xtend & Climb Professional Edition Telescoping Ladder can be taken anywhere, and it stores compactly in your garage or truck. For further convenience, a durable carry case is sold separately.
Specialized Over Molded Foot
Specifically designed over molded foot to ensure a sturdy footing when extended.
Proprietary locking system
Designed with safety in mind, each of these telescoping ladders features a No-Pinch Closure System, as well as red/green tab indicators that let you know when the rungs are locked into place and the ladder is safe to climb. An angled thumb release ensures proper hand positioning and the ergonomic design allows for smooth operation. In addition, each Professional Edition ladder has non-slip end caps that help keep it firmly in place.
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|Telescoping ladder Category||Pro Series||Pro Series||Pro Series Elite||Pro Series Elite|
|Height Open||15-1/2 feet||12-1/2 feet||15-1/2 feet||12-1/2 feet|
|Height Closed||36-1/2 inches||32-1/4 inches||36-1/2 inches||32 inches|
|Width||19-3/4 inches||19-3/4 inches||19-3/4 inches||19-1/2 inches|
|Depth||3-3/4 inches||3-3/4 inches||4-1/2 inches||4-1/2 inches|
|Weight||36 pounds||32 pounds||36 pounds||34 pounds|
|ANSI Duty Rating||Type I (250 pounds)||Type IA (300 pounds)||Type I (250 pounds)||Type IA (300 pounds)|
|770P Aluminum Telescoping Ladder Type II Home Series, 12.5-Foot||Xtend & Climb 760P Telescoping Ladder, 10.5-Foot||750P Home Heavy Duty Telescoping Ladder, 225 Lb, 8.5 Ft, 8 5, Gray/Yellow|
|Telescoping ladder Category||Home Series||Home Series||Home Series|
|Height Open||12-1/2 feet||10-1/2 feet||8-1/2 feet|
|Height Closed||32 inches||29-1/2 inches||27 inches|
|Width||20 inches||18-3/4 inches||18 inches|
|Depth||5 inches||4 inches||3-3/4 inches|
|Weight||27 pounds||19 pounds||16-1/2 pounds|
|ANSI Duty Rating||Type II (225 pounds)||Type II (225 pounds)||Type II (225 pounds)|
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I am a 60 yr old mother of all sons and grandsons. They are all of superior intelligence so they do not need to read directions for anything, ever. So, while I was sitting reading directions and looking at the useful diagrams, my husband attested to "figure it out". He walked away with both index fingers bleeding and mumbling something I couldn't quite hear.
As I continue to read, my adult son made his attempt, he now has a profusely bleeding tip of a finger .
After I finished my reading I went to the ladder. I extended it fully, climbed to the top where I felt completely safe because it's not wobbly at all (I'm 160lb) then I lowered the ladder, strapped it up and carried it to it's new spot in MY storage room. All of this was done with zero bleeding and zero pain.
If you need a ladder I highly recommend this one, I also highly recommend reading instructions first LOL
Some of the pros include portability, heavier than expected but in a sturdy way, small storage footprint, easy to breakdown for storage and it is sturdy enough for a 5'10, 165 pound male.
Some of the cons. The angle of the steps is the first thing I did not like. They are flat steps when the ladder is pointed straight up (unlike a traditional extension ladder which are angled for a flat suface when climbing) which is not how you climb it since you have to "lay it" against a wall. Also the locking mechanisms seem like they will be a problem in the future. I just dont see how they will last. Another thing is the feet are just circular rubber pads, unlike your traditional extension which has an adustable flat swivel type bottom which is wider and sturdier. Although it is early I prefer the overall build and simplicity of a traditional ladder but for my purposes and lack of space this ladder was a must.
I will update this post if anything goes wrong with it and if there is no update then all is well.
UPDATE: Its been a long time since purchasing this ladder and I can safely say I have had no problems with it and it still works as good as new. I fully stand by my original review and now no longer question its durability. Great product.
I don't have a garage, so I had the dilemma of how to store a tall ladder. This ladder seemed like a potential godsend for that purpose.
As my neighbors trees drop such prodigious amounts of leaves in my gutters, they need to be cleaned 3 to 4 times a year. So, I had hoped to be able to save some money by trying to do the project myself. Over the past few years, I had been teetering on a tall stepladder, but not quite tall enough to reach my gutters without using the highest but one step.
I tried opening the ladder inside the house just to give it a try, and it seemed pretty easy to open, and relatively easy to close, although each step snaps down rather heavily, so it was clear I needed to be very careful not to have my fingers in the way.
However, when I tried it with my gutters yesterday, it was very unwieldy once it was extended higher than a few steps, and I found myself struggling to place it against the house. Then it kept slipping a bit bit side to side, which made me feel very nervous about the instability. I didn't feel that I could trust my safety in using the ladder, so I gave up trying to clean my gutters.
When I tried to close the ladder, rung by rung, it was very difficult to close when it was leaning against the house. There was no way that I could physically have held it up vertically, so I had to keep trying to close it by pulling it slightly away from the house but it was unnerving, and I was afraid I might get hurt.
This was very disappointing, as I had really thought this ladder was going to solve my problem. I really wish that it had worked better for me, and I'm sorry to feel the need to return it, but it's pretty clear that I physically cannot manage this ladder on my own. It certainly highly possible that someone stronger and/or younger than I would not find this an issue, but sadly, it did not work out for me.
1. It's quite heavy and not comfortable to carry around the house
2. It only works if you lean it against something straight like a wall. I wanted to trim our tree and it cannot lean on a single trunk. Both left and right have to be stable.
3. Lack of top surface for small tools etc. This isn't just comfort but a matter of stability as I have to bend to lift things and nothing hangs on the ladder close enough. Way more going up and down to get things than a ladder that lets you place a drill, hammer, saw and a few bits and screws on top.
4. It doesn't have a soft close mechanism - when you unlock it just drops and can seriously hit your fingers.
5. The green indicator is not showing on the last stage locked. That makes me always ask whether or not it's in a locked position.
Other than that - very good!
NOW, You can ABSOLUTELY pinch your hand GOOD in it as it comes down. You need BOTH hands to release the mechanisms that hold it up. if you are taller, the lower section you will have to put your hands into bad positions to release the last section which will have all the weight on it. I KNOW I PINCHED my finger good. Now it happens, and I will be more careful, but if it happens again, I will toss it through the front window of extend and climb. I will probably be stopped from writing more reviews, but DANG it hurt and I was really TICKED.