About this item
- 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.
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.
Dimensions (Overall): 16.0 inches (H) x 16.0 inches (W) x 14.0 inches (D)
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Holds up to: 500.0 pounds
Material: Metal (Frame)
Surface Material: Vinyl
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]
Maximum Extended Height: 14.25 inches
Step Rise: 14.0 inches
Number of Steps: 2
Step/Rung Shape: Round
Kick it into place, step up or take a seat
Solid steel construction, supports up to 500 lbs
Spring mounted casters roll smoothly and retract when weight is applied
Wrap-around bumpers protect walls and furniture
Item Number (DPCI): 085-09-0083
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
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Ratings & reviews4
overall: 3.8 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
Tried and True design
5 out of 5 stars
Me — 3 months ago
I have several of these over the years. They are dependable, simple to assemble, and durable. The only drawback is removing the safety label and adhesive. Apparently, others may have slipped or tumbled off of these and sued the manufacturer. Imagine that, possibly falling off of a rolling bucket??? ...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
Adm — 2 years ago
My grandparents had one of these my whole life which I eventually acquired so it has passed the test of time and is still in use as I sent it to my sisters. I knew I was buying quality. I just wanted a new one that matched my kitchen as theirs was yellow. It is still made with quality and I would hi...see moreof the reviewer's review
not your library's kick stool - cheap imitation
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
georgiegirl — 3 years ago
It looks good, but not the quality I hoped for, and it couldn't stand the test of time.After 1 1/2 years, it has to be picked up and moved to be used, defeating the purpose of a 'kick' stool. I used it for a few weeks, and the springs just didn't spring back up (the stool, dragged across the floor ...see moreof the reviewer's review