Safe, two-step design. 14" overall height with non-skid tread to prevent slipping.
Spring mounted casters roll smoothly and retract when weight is applied.
Wrap-around protective bumpers protect walls and furniture.
Solid steel construction supports up to 500lbs.
Dimensions (Overall): 16.0 inches (H) x 16.0 inches (W) x 14.0 inches (D)
Material: Metal (Frame)
Weight: 10.0 pounds
Tread Dimensions: 11.0 inches [W] x 11.0 inches [D]
Height: 14.25 inches [min working height] x 1 inches [max working height] x 14.25 inches [min platform height] x 14.25 inches [max platform height]
Number of Steps: 2
Maximum Extended Height: 14.25 inches
Step Rise: 14.0 inches
Step/Rung Shape: Round
Holds up to: 500.0 pounds
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 085-09-0078
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
Some of us reach for the stars. All of us need to reach that elusive item on the highest shelf. This need has kept the Kik-Step in demand for over 50 years. But don’t let the good looks fool you—under that handsome exterior is a body made of steel (rolled steel, that is) that can support up to 500 lbs.
My family has owned one of three for many years; I was excited to discover that they are still made. Then I was even more pleased that the quality is excellent. I'm 5' 1" and can't reach most of the shelves in the kitchen in my new home. I'm also unsteady on smaller, less sturdy step stools. This one is perfect. Bonus that it's easy to move around the kitchen
Although I thought the price was a bit high, this really is a well made step stool.....rugged, easy to move across the floor, easy to stand on, even my cat loves to sit on it! I am not disappointed with the quality design of this Kramer kik-step. I had one before this step stool.
Really cute stool, purchased in red. Moves easily across the floor without having to bend over and pick it up to move - it's on wheels, and so far, hasn't scratched my wood floors. Only downside (for me anyway) is that you really have to pay attention when you first step on it in order for it to lock down and not roll. (I see myself absentmindedly stepping and it rolling out from under me!) It seems like it should have a lock down mechanism BEFORE you fully step on it. I knocked one star off for this missing safety feature.