Xtend & Climb Aluminium Telescopic Extension Ladder (H)3.8M

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This extension ladder from Xtend and Climb comes with non-slip feet for added stability whilst working. It's light 11kg aluminium construction is extremely durable as it can hold up to 150kg. It extends from it's storage height of 760mm to a maximum height of 3.8m. making it perfect for most painting and decorating tasks.

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Order by 7pm (2pm on Sunday) for Next Day Delivery to anywhere in mainland UK. Christmas period delivery dates apply. Orders placed on 24/12/2014 before 12pm will be delivered on the 27/12/14, orders placed after 12pm will be delivered on the 29/12/2014

Order by 6pm (2pm on Sunday) for Next Day Collection from store. Christmas period collection dates apply. Orders placed on 24/12/2014 before 12pm will be delivered on the 27/12/14, orders placed after 12pm will be delivered on the 29/12/2014

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Technical specification of Xtend & Climb Aluminium Telescopic Extension Ladder (H)3.8M
Brand Xtend and Climb
Construction material Aluminium
Height 760mm
Maximum height 3.8m
Width 470mm
Weight 11kg
Maximum load 150kg
Number of Functions 1
Number of sections 1
Tread count 13
Standard BS EN 131
Model 29223

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