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Certa 3.9m Telescopic Ladder $89.99 (Was $199.99) + Delivery (Free Delivery with Kogan 1st) @ Kogan

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Lightweight and affordable, this telescopic ladder can incrementally extend to almost four metres in length.

Max extension of 3.9m
Contracts to just 1.03m for easy storage
Rubber-tipped feet for increased safety
Lightweight, aluminium design
Complies with Australian Safety Standards
The Certa 3.9m Telescopic Ladder rises above the competition with its ingenious, extendable design – you’ll never need to lug around a giant, heavy ladder again!

Reach new heights

Extending to almost four metres high, you’ll effortlessly reach the highest roofs and points.

Made tough and safe

Compliant with Australian Safety Standards, this telescopic ladder comes equipped with rubber-tipped feet to ensure it doesn’t shift around and a sturdy aluminium frame which supports a 100kg load-bearing capacity. You’ll be relying on this ladder time and time again!

Space-saving design

Once your work is done, it smoothly compacts into a lightweight, portable frame sitting at just over a metre – so you can pack it up and put it away with ease!

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  • +2 votes

    I do need a ladder, but the metal looks like that really light, thin metal that wouldn't be very sturdy.

    Anyone got any experience with this ?

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      100kg load-bearing capacity - not for the 'significant' handyman I suppose, but the ones from Ebay that I compared this to were similarly rated.

    • +6 votes

      I was eyeing such ladders as well, just read the reviews all over the internet. If you got a good medical insurance go ahead and buy one.

    • +6 votes

      I've a 'Bullet 3.8M Telescopic Aluminium Ladder' (bought it $149) for 4 years and can offer some perspective.

      Firstly, Bullet's spec is slightly more steady: weighted 17kg and capacity at 150kg. It also offered 12 months warranty of that means anything to you.

      You can extend from something like 0.5m to 1.9m for A-frame setup, you can even have 1 leg longer than the other if you need to place ladder on slop or steps, though the instruction manual explicitly tells that you should never do that. You need to make sure each pair of the locks on at the steps is indeed locked up, same goes the lever that locks between collapsed, A-frame and extended setups. I'm ~70kg and fully extended setup is wobbly as hell, I've never use that configuration and hope never have to. The velcro stripe is useless and lost its purpose within first few uses.

      I use it for general reaching inside and around the house, it does its job. It also tucks away nice in the garage, and if I ever need to take it out with me in my car, the option is there. It won't kill you but you do have to be more careful with this thing, the 'click' feedback for the lock is not very loud and you want to triple check your ladder setup is absolute steady before you start using it.

      I wouldn't recommend this to everyone, especially people who don't pay attention to inherited danger. It is a nice piece of tool and can work for you if you appreciates its telescopic nature. You do want to put steadiness before price though, and I've no idea just how steady/filmsy this Certa one is.

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        A detailed and honest review. Thank you

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          Glad to help :)

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      I like my one, but it is BLOODY heavy for what it is (+10kg) and takes ages to set up.

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        10 kilos… What, are you 8 years old with anorexia?

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        The Kogan one is over 11kg but the Bunnings is stronger and more flexible.

        Weight is a major factor with ladders. I have a 6m telescopic with locking hinge in the middle; it's handy for reaching 2-storey gutters and such but >25kg which makes it awkward at normal lengths and clacker-challenging at full extension.

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        I've had an old one for years, which I inherited/nicked, and even the really old ones don't take long to set up. What is taking a long time? If it's worth getting up high for, it's worth the one or two minutes it takes to set up.

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      Do you know if that price drops or is it usually always $99?

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        Bunnings don't have sales. They have clearance lines, but it's usually products they won't stock anymore/don't sell well

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      I agree. If nothing else, there are only four locks to worry about at full extension. It is heavier, but not too bad. I have mine hanging from a french cleat on my garage wall and have no issues lifting it on/off the hanger, even with my dodgy back :)

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      just need to get one for getting up to the roof to clean the gutter, do you think this is a good or I should pay a bit more to get the gorilla one?

      • +1 vote

        I bought this last year to hang the Christmas lights and I think for the money it's a great ladder. It feels sturdy and locks click into place. I felt safe on it 3m up against the front of my house.

        Edit: I'm referring to the synerco ladder from bunnings.

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    Does the ladder have to be fully expanded to use or can you only expand it say 3m?

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      Each rung is expandable, you only need to expand the amount you need.

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    I have to say I've become a fan of Kogan recently. They have a good range of products. The orders I have made recently had super fast delivery and good communication along the supply chain.

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      Hi Ruslan

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        Ummmm…..no. I am a shareholder though, their shares are doing very well.

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    Well, if you want a good ladder that is far less likely to injure you … it will cost more.

    150kg load rating
    up to 4.2m
    1.3m closed height
    17kg weight
    3 years warranty
    Complies with Australian Standards
    $356
    https://www.laddercentral.com.au/INDALEX-Pro-Series-Aluminiu...

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      This looks like the one in the tv ad

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    Made tough and safe

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    It looks dangerous.

  • +1 vote

    I have this one for more than a year, very good for doing work around the House, very flexible for multiple heights, easy storage. using any ladder is very dangerous and you have to follow the safety instruction as 30/60 degree , use even floor and make sure the ladder is stable before use, 3 points of contact. my recommendation don't use the first two extension to lay on a house as the first two extensions are thin and may be broken

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    It's now 10 bucks cheaper than the title post. I'm keen to get a telescopic ladder rather than a folding ladder to avoid steel. I've seen the steel in the hinges corrode. I haven't found many reviews on this particular ladder but don't like the sound of a 100 kg rating. Have read a few bad reviews for other Certa products, but also great reviews on their larger folding ladder on Kogan. Anyone got a recommendation for an alternative telescopic?
    Curly.