Abru 2-Tread Stepstool, (H)965mm

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Features and benefits

  • Doubles as a step or a stool
  • Attractive and clean to handle chrome finish
  • Large rubber matted treads
  • Folds flat for easy storage
  • Contoured back support for added comfort when sitting

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Abru 2-Tread Stepstool, (H)965mm
Brand Abru
Material Chrome plated steel
Colour description Silver
Height 0.96m
Width 480mm
Depth 100mm
Weight 5.4kg
Maximum load 150kg
Tread count 2
Model 22042
Standard EN 14183

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