About this item
- These Rockford Series wood step stools feature a modern design.
- With a support rail and large steps for safety, wood step stool that's ANSI compliant.
Do your household chores in style. These Rockford Series wood step stools feature a modern design that will look great in any room. With a support rail and large steps for safety, it's the only wood step stool that's ANSI compliant.
Dimensions (Overall): 32.45 inches (H) x 17.91 inches (W) x 19.61 inches (D)
Weight: 13.53 pounds
Material: Hardwood (Frame)
Holds up to: 225.0 pounds
Tread Dimensions: 13.0 inches [W] x 9.25 inches [D]
Height: 32.45 inches [min working height] x 32.45 inches [max working height] x 9.0 inches [min platform height] x 18.0 inches [max platform height]
Step Rise: 9.0 inches
Number of Steps: 2
Step/Rung Shape: Rectangle
Item Number (DPCI): 085-04-0235
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Most recent reviews
5 out of 5 stars
QueenBee — 4 days ago
Love this step stool. It is very sturdy so its a little heavy but still easy enough to move around. Locking mechanism was very stiff at first but it has gotten easier to operate after a few days of use. It matches my kitchen cabinets beautifully (color is true to the picture). I hang it on the e...see moreof the reviewer's review
Great for small spaces
5 out of 5 stars
SandyC — 1 year ago
I just moved into an apartment with very little storage space but with cabinets in the kitchen too high to reach on my own. This folds easily with one push, and it folds flat enough to go into the space between the refrigerator and wall for storage. It looks very nice and is quite sturdy. I love it!see moreof the reviewer's review
Heavy and Hard to Use
3 out of 5 stars
Joepotato — 1 year ago
Nice appearance, looks great, and is very sturdy, but keep in mind that it weighs around 20 lbs. The latch mechanism locks loudly when it opens, and it's not especially easy to close. I suppose we'll get used to it.see moreof the reviewer's review