Xtend & Climb 750P Aluminum Telescoping Ladder Type II Home Series, 8.5-Foot

750P Features: -Ladder.-Extends and locks by foot.-Lightweight and compact.-Integrated carry handle.-Non-slip end caps.-No-pinch closure system.-Angled thumb release to insure proper hand position.-Built to meet industrial quality standards.-Sensible alternative to traditional bulky extension ladders.-Capacity: 225lbs.-Extension: 8.5ft. Construction: -Aluminium construction. Color/Finish: -Silver and yellow color. Dimensions: -Standard length: 27″.-Overall dimensions: 150″ H x 21″ W x 6″ D.Designed for do-it-yourselfers and built to meet industrial quality standards, Xtend & Climb Home Edition Telescoping Ladders are a sensible alternative to traditional bulky extension ladders. Lightweight and compact, these ergonomic ladders bring ease of use to everyone in your household. Whether you need to change light bulbs or access your crawl space, you’ll love how your Xtend & Climb Home Edition Ladder opens and closes rung by rung for smooth, safe operation and easy storage.

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Home Edition
Telescoping Ladders
At a Glance:

  • Household telescoping ladder extends by the foot and locks in multiple positions
  • Red/green locking tab indicators for safe operation
  • No-Pinch Closure System; non-slip end caps for support
  • Integrated handle for portability
  • Six-month warranty on parts and repair
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Extends and locks by the foot, easily adjusting to whatever height you need. View larger.

Extends and Locks by the Foot
Xtend & Climb Home Edition Telescoping Ladders extend and lock by the foot, easily adjusting to whatever height is needed for your task. This comes in handy when you don’t want the hassle of lugging around a heavy extension ladder. Just open up your Xtend & Climb Home Edition rung by rung to your desire height, and up you go.

Safe and Easy to Operate
Designed with safety in mind, each of these telescoping ladders features a No-Pinch Closure System, as well as red/green tab indicators that let you know when the rungs are locked into place and the ladder is safe to climb. An angled thumb release ensures proper hand positioning and the ergonomic design allows for smooth operation and easy adjustments, even for those with smaller hands. In addition, each Home Edition ladder has non-slip end caps that help keep it firmly in place.

Carry and Store Anywhere
Xtend & Climb Home Edition Telescoping Ladders are great for use in those hard-to-reach areas where it’s difficult to maneuver a traditional extension ladder. Each Home Edition ladder can be transported with its integrated carrying handle to the most confined areas in and around your house, and then extended to the desired length once you’re there. For further convenience, these ladders can be used with durable carry cases (sold separately), and they store compactly in your garage or trunk.

Constructed with Durable Materials
Made of Aerospace Engineered 6061 alloy with a Clean-Touch anodized finish, each heavy-duty Xtend & Climb Home Edition ladder has rungs that are built tough to ensure sturdy footing. And with a 225-pound ANSI duty rating, each ladder can easily withstand around-the-house jobs.

Each Xtend & Climb Home Edition Telescoping Ladder is backed by a six-month warranty on parts and repair.

What’s in the Box
Xtend & Climb Home Edition Telescoping Ladder.

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Home Edition Telescoping Ladders
Model 750p 760p 770p
Height Open 8-1/2 feet 10-1/2 feet 12-1/2 feet
Height Closed 27 inches 29-1/2 inches 32 inches
Width 18 inches 18-3/4 inches 20 inches
Depth 3-3/4 inches 4 inches 5 inches
Weight 16-1/2 pounds 19 pounds 27 pounds
ANSI Duty Rating Type II (225 pounds) Type II (225 pounds) Type II (225 pounds)

Product Features

  • Ladder telescopes retracts compactly
  • Extends and locks by the foot with easy no pinch closure system
  • Integrated carrying handle heavy duty closure strap
  • No pinch closure system non-slip end caps
  • ANSI/OSHA Rated

3 Comments on “Xtend & Climb 750P Aluminum Telescoping Ladder Type II Home Series, 8.5-Foot”

  1. Robin Benson

    Climbing up the wall A really handy solution of where to keep that ladder. This telescopic one can be kept in a small space and will be extremely useful if you do a professional job (surveyor for example) and need a ladder but drive a car.The weight is acceptable and I think the manufacturing of this model is robust enough for plenty of use. I have, though, found a slight design flaw: the rungs have right-angled edges so that when the unit is leaning against something you place your foot on the apex of the rung. I’m surprised that this hasn’t been solved by slightly curving the edge of the rungs, like any normal ladder.It could be, of course, that this problem will be solved with the next model and advertised as: Now with new improved rungs! Get yours TODAY!***SEE SOME PHOTOS by clicking ‘customer images’ under the product shot.

  2. Jascha Cohen "Jascha"

    Good, but narrower than expected Good little folding ladder, just as described, but was narrower than I’d expected.Pros:- Collapses down nicely, as-expected. Very compact, easy to store/move.- Easy to use. It comes with good instructions/quick-use guides but it’s a pretty intuitive operation- anti-finger-snapping-mechanism. I’m sure they have a fancy, marketing name for it, but they’ve built it such that when you’re re-collapsing the ladder it can’t collapse down on your fingers. Very nice feature.Cons:- Heavier than I’d expected. Not back-breaking-heavy, but weightier than expected. (still pretty easy to move around)- Stickers came off. As noted here (or maybe it was in the review for the 12ft model), the little colored stickers that help indicate ‘locked’ or ‘unlocked’ were coming off before I even opened it. Not too big a deal, they’re a ‘nice-to-have’ – as long as you’re reasonably careful, you won’t even notice. I probably wouldn’t if it hadn’t been specifically called out in another review.- Narrow. I’m not a tiny guy, but I’m also not *that* large (adult male, ~6′ 2″, 210lbs). This ladder felt very narrow climbing up it. Was a bit of an uncomfortable feeling.Outstanding questions:- Durability: The components are all solid enough, but I’m a little concerned about the over-all fitting. I’ve only had the unit for a short while and haven’t had too many occasions to use it. I’ll be curious to see how well it would survive more vigorous/long-term use.One word of advice: I bought the 8.5′ version and immediately regretted it. I should have gone one size higher/longer. Remember that when you use a ladder like this you aren’t (shouldn’t) be pointing it straight up. You’ll want to angle it a bit for stability. So get a ladder that’s a bit longer than you think you’ll need.

  3. M. Murphy

    Telescoping ladder Needed a ladder small, compact and lightweight to reach attic space. Fits between wall and bookshelf inconspicuously. Sturdy for the men in the household.

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