Discuss £40 hamper to the first person who finds me this ladder! in the Electrical Tools and Products area at ElectriciansForums.net

happyhippydad

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Why do you want it just out of interest?
Good question Chris, I should have explained a little.

Every now and then I have a think about what problems I have encountered on a job and if they are recurring problems. If so, I have a think if I can make this problem go away or at least make it a little easier.

Sometimes I'm in a small area with my ladder and it is a bit of a pain to fold it up, manoeuvre it around, reopen, climb back up the right side..... and then discover 5 minutes later I need to do the same again.

All these little things add up, so I try and fix them as i go along, making life that little bit easier. Less likely to make mistakes and also perhaps leave 5 minutes earlier supping a pint just that little bit sooner :) .
 

happyhippydad

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Arms
Does a standard hop up not work in most situations? I find I only use my ladders probably 20% of the time now.
Yes, the little hop up is great and I probably use it more than the ladder, say 60% of the time, but the 40% when I use the ladder could be better with some lovely twin steps. Not essential by any means, perhaps more of a treat but one I have decided (in my mildly autistic way) that I NEED!
 

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