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23102 2 Step Highback Step and Stool

Performance Overview

StyleNumber of TreadsMax. Safe Reach Height (m)Load Capacity (kg)
Step & Stool22.24m (7ft 4in)150kg

With a top tread of 0.47m, this white steel-framed highback stepstool is a convenient and practical way to accessing those 'just out reach' heights. This 2 tread stepstool features a high handrail for added support and stability, large rubber matted treads and slip-resistant feet. Folds flat for easy storage. Suitable for professional and domestic use.


  • Doubles as a step or a stool
  • Clean to handle painted finish
  • Large rubber matted treads
  • Folds flat for easy storage
  • Painted steel structure


FeatureSize / Details
Number of Treads2
Max. Safe Reach Height (m)2.24m (7ft 4in)
Max. Standing Height (m)0.49m (1ft 7in)
Load Capacity (kg)150kg
TypeHeavy Duty
Approx. Width (m)0.54m (1ft 9in)
Foot MaterialPlastic
CertificationsEN 14183
Approx. Product Weight (kg)5.85

Kit Contents

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Folded Dimensions (m)1.15m x 0.54m x 0.08m

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Ladder Type - Different types of ladders are designed to keep you safe and productive when climbing or standing. Using the wrong style of ladder or simply ignoring the limitations of climbing equipment can result in a fall or serious injury.
Reach Height – Height is referring to the actual ladder height. Reach Height is the maximum reach attainable by the user (assuming a user height of 1.75m (5'9")
Load Capacity – Ladders are designed to safely hold up to a specific amount of weight. Load Capacity specifies the maximum safe weight on the ladder including a person's fully clothed weight plus the weight of any tools and materials that are carried onto the ladder.
Type – Abru ladders are designed to British Standards. This classifies the ladder according to the type of use and loading levels they are capable of withstanding. Type can be defined as Heavy Duty, Light Trade or Domestic.