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Telesteps Folding Ladder Review

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Review of the Telesteps Folding Ladder


What's up everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be checking out this folding step ladder from Telesteps. I'm going to show you how easy it is right out of the gate. It gets set up. Folds in those two parts. And you come down at the bottom, throw these latches.

And it's good to climb. It's one of those things that's handy just to have around. And it doesn't take up that much space as like a regular ladder. So, it's really going to help you out. Let's check it out.

The whole thing doesn't take up a whole lot of space. It's 4.5 inches by 3 inches and it's about 7 feet tall. So, that says a lot that you can get it compact like this and slide it in a smaller basement of your rig. 'Cause you definitely would not have been able to do this with a regular ladder. So, now it's stored in there.

It takes up barely any space in there. And I think that's pretty awesome. So, it's definitely good to have 'cause you never know what's going to happen with your rig and what you're going to need to do. You could have the awning get stuck, so you need this just to get up there and help it out. Or even cleaning it on the outside would make it a lot easier to reach those hard to get to spots.

But it's also small enough that you can bring it in your house and change some light bulbs or use it to replace a battery in a smoke detector. And just as easy it was to set up, you can take it down. Just come down to the bottom, we'll undo these latches. Watch your hands, they do snap. Back a little bit, you don't want it to hit you. With those undone, we'll come back up to the side arms. Push up on those. Also pull up on the rungs, that way they start to come together at the same time. And fold it in like this and push it together. Then, you have a strap on the outside that you can run that way it stays together when you go to store it or carry it. The whole thing is made out of aluminum, so that makes it light so it's easy to carry around with you. But it's still sturdy. It can handle up to 250 pounds. And it's OSHA approved, so if you want to use it on a job site, that's okay. Overall, I think it's a handy thing to have with you. You never know when you're going to need a ladder. You never know when an emergency strikes, so it's good to have it. And being portable and lightweight, makes it easy to use in your house or out here with your rig. Now, if you're looking for other kinds of ladders maybe you want one that leans up against the side. Telesteps does offer a bunch of different styles. You have the kind that leans up against the side of the RV that you can climb up that way. Or they also have 'A' Frame ones that have the traditional fold out that way and handles on top to hold onto. Those get you a little bit higher up, so if you want to access the roof of your rig or your house, those are probably better options. Well, thanks for hanging out and I hope this helps..


Coyne

12/31/2021

I ask a question earlier . I want to add I need a light ladder that I can stand to the 6 ft top. Most ladder say not safe to stand on the last 2 section. I want to know if it is top step to ground is 6 ft. and can I stand on the very top?

Les D.

1/3/2022

If it were me, I would not stand on the top two steps. If fact, I would keep my center of gravity (where your belt buckle would be) between the verticle rails of the ladder and below the top step. We do not sell A-frame or extesion ladders, but I would get one tall enough to be safe.

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