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Default Amazing Telescoping ladders (warning: spam, but good spam)

http://www.thetoolbarn.com/ladder.htm

"Telesteps Telescoping ladders telescopes from 2 1/2 feet to a towering
12 1/2 feet in less than 10 seconds."

Amazing.

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$139 for the ladder $100 for the product liability insurance
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Greetings:

Had 4 of these at work. All are now broken. The two problems we had were,
first, telescoping component pulled apart during extension, second, breaking
under load while being climbed. They're aluminum, so when they broke while
being climbed, they cracked rather than bent... in other words, no warning.
No serious injuries, but one guy almost suffered serious groin damage.
Fortunately just a pair of ripped pants and bad scratch on inner thigh.
Won't be replacing them.

Regards, Jim Brown

chem wrote in message ...
http://www.thetoolbarn.com/ladder.htm

"Telesteps Telescoping ladders telescopes from 2 1/2 feet to a towering
12 1/2 feet in less than 10 seconds."

Amazing.

chem

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Default Amazing Telescoping ladders (warning: spam, but good spam)

Holy... Guess I won't be buying one of these in the future. :P Glad
to hear noone was seriously hurt at your work. Off to Google
"telescoping ladder accident".

chem

JD Brown wrote:
Greetings:

Had 4 of these at work. All are now broken. The two problems we had were,
first, telescoping component pulled apart during extension, second, breaking
under load while being climbed. They're aluminum, so when they broke while
being climbed, they cracked rather than bent... in other words, no warning.
No serious injuries, but one guy almost suffered serious groin damage.
Fortunately just a pair of ripped pants and bad scratch on inner thigh.
Won't be replacing them.

Regards, Jim Brown

chem wrote in message ...

http://www.thetoolbarn.com/ladder.htm

"Telesteps Telescoping ladders telescopes from 2 1/2 feet to a towering
12 1/2 feet in less than 10 seconds."

Amazing.

chem


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www.xanga.com/chemgurl



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