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Travel Smart by Conair Ladderkart Professional Grade Combination Stepladder and Hand Cart

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Travel Smart by Conair Ladderkart Professional Grade Combination Stepladder and Hand Cart
Key Features
  • Ladder Load Capacity: 250 lb
  • Cart Load Capacity: 175 lb
  • Height: 47"
  • Top Step Height: 29.25"
The Ladderkart Professional Grade Combination Stepladder and Hand Cart provides two indispensable tools in one piece of equipment. It can easily be converted from a Type 1 stepladder to a hand cart with a one-step assembly, employing a release handle for closure. It features an overall height of 47" and a top step height of 29.25", and folds flat to 6.9" for simple, convenient storage. The 4" wheels glide smoothly for easy transport when the Ladderkart is used to carry heavy burdens. When used as a stepladder, its three rungs are wide and sturdy. It offers a load capacity of 175 lb as a hand cart and 250 lb as a stepladder. The Ladderkart is constructed from a silver aluminum frame and features polypropylene steps. A foam handle offers extra comfort in hand-cart mode.
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Are the wheels supported with plastic or metal? It seems that many things these days are made from plastic that just snaps off when it breaks, which then leaves me with items that are broken (lightstands, etc). I'm getting frustrated with the poor quality of items these days. I will pay top dollar for quality, but I expect that it will not break after a few uses. Many companies take shortcuts in the quality department but charge top dollar. Is this item made properly? Will the wheels fall or break off?
Asked by: Patricia
It is a very sturdy cart and ladder. My complaint -- and it is a big one -- is that it is relatively narrow compared to what you might expect, but that makes it more portable. No, I don't think the wheels will fall off. The cart is very heavy duty. Best - Steve
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2018-08-24


is it really 6.9 inches folded flat ? Does not look that big from the pictures.
Asked by: jim s.
taking into account for the wheels, I'd say yes.
Answered by: Stephen P.
Date published: 2018-08-24
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