Abru Plastic & Steel 2-Tread Step Stool (H)900mm

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Constructed from sturdy plastic and steel this lightweight 4.2kg step stool has 2 flat non-slip rungs for comfortable and stable climbing. It folds flat for easy storage and at a collapsed size of 900mm it will easily fit into most cupboards, or other storage spaces. When unfolded, it's top step has a height of 900mm making it ideal for painting walls, ceilings and home use. It can hold up to 150kg and its non-slip feet ensure stability whilst in use.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Storage details - Folds flat for easy storage

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Technical specification of Abru Plastic & Steel 2-Tread Step Stool (H)900mm
Brand Abru
Construction material Plastic & steel
Colour description White & yellow
Maximum height 900mm
Height 900mm
Width 452mm
Depth 380mm
Weight 4.2kg
Tread count 2
Maximum load 150kg
Non-slip feet Non-slip feet
Non-slip tread Non-slip tread
Standard BS EN 14183
Model 22910

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