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Multi-Use Vehicle Latch Folding Ladder Step $15.60 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Twinspail AU Direct via Amazon

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4 in 1 Car Doorstep for Easy Access to Car Rooftop,Foot Pegs Pedal Vehicle Hooked Folding Ladder Foot Pegs Pedal with Safety Hammer+Car Anti-Slip Stoppe+ Seat Belt Cutter Function Compatible with for Cars, Trucks, SUVs

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Get it at $15.6 (was $19.5) save $3.9
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Description:
1.High-strength material: Robust structure, sturdy alloy quality with corrosion resistant coating, concave-convex anti-slip surface. Only 370g, light weight and small volume after folded, easy to carry.
2.Car door hook step ladder:Help you easier placing items on the roof racks, just hang on the door hook, safe to stand on the step, load-bearing up to 510 LB, very helpful to get on the roof of car. To avoid dents or scratch caused on the panel inside door, before using it, remember to wear the protective rubber cover which come along with the the doorstep.
3.Added bonus of three other genuinely useful features: a tool of survive in an emergency, it can be use as safety hammer to break the glass and escape, with hided knife which can be used to cut car belt in accident, it can also be used as wheel chock /stopper when release the foot.
4.Easy to fold and carry, comes with little velvet black bag to store, small volume.
5.Compatible with most of car/jeep/SUV, truck, but we still suggest you measure the size of the car door hook, it must be wider than 1.3CM, otherwise it is not big enough to insert the holder hook.

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  • +18 votes

    Get it at $15.6 (was $19.5) save $3.9

    It was $14.99 yesterday and $9.99 last week.

    Have a neg for jacking the price up to $19.50 today.

    • +2 votes

      Hate price jackers - another neg

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        Sorry, my account was stolen by somebody and our price was low down to 9.99 by the them (not by us, we lost control to our account), luckily the thief didn't low down the price to 1.0 AUD or less. Otherwise will lost more money. For the orders which already be placed, we had shipped out even we losing money. We are a honest seller, we never lie to customer. Sincerely hope your understanding.

    • +1 vote

      Don't just upvote the neg - neg the deal too. Make pengy feel it.

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        Sorry, my account was stolen by somebody and our price was low down to 9.99 by the them (not by us, we lost control to our account), luckily the thief didn't low down the price to 1.0 AUD or less. Otherwise will lost more money. For the orders which already be placed, we had shipped out even we losing money. We are a honest seller, we never lie to customer. Sincerely hope your understanding.

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      Sorry, my account was stolen by somebody and our price was low down to 9.99 by the them (not by us, we lost control to our account), luckily the thief didn't low down the price to 1.0 AUD or less. Otherwise will lost more money. For the orders which already be placed, we had shipped out even we losing money. We are a honest seller, we never lie to customer. Sincerely hope your understanding.

  • +2 votes

    A good tool for making doors difficult to close and the joys of re-aligning strikers

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    What is "…510 LB…"?

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      510 pounds = 231.332 kilograms

  • +2 votes

    It looks like the gizmo hooks into the door latch which is screwed into the car door frame. I'm no expert, but I doubt this latch is designed to bear the weight of a normal person, and applying lateral downward force the way this gizmo does seems like a good way to rip the door latch out of the frame.

    • +4 votes

      Take it from a guy who has done 20 years of cutting people out of car wrecks - these latches are not budging with a person standing on them. I regularly spread them with 50 tonnes of force and can rip them out of the B pillar before breaking them.

      • +3 votes

        I did a write up years ago about the engineering requirements for door latch hooks. There is no way that even the largest person standing on that step is going to tear that loop off the car.

        Edit: To the absolute tool that negged my comment… I went and found the original comment I made the first time these steps were posted and how it relates to ADR requirements. At 1.1 tonnes minimum force, there is no way you are pulling the door striker out of the pillar with one of these steps. I’m happy for the negger to come and let me know how wrong I am.

        If a door striker can hold a car door closed in an accident, there ain’t no way your negging carcass is going to pull it out… But maybe keep “yo momma” off of it… :D

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    I use this generic step to access my roof top tent. When packing i need a ladder otherwise. It is not replacing a ladder but good for a quick reach or put something to roof rack. But dont buy it from price jacker lol

  • +1 vote

    before using it, remember to wear the protective rubber cover which come along with the the doorstep.

    Mind boggling.

    Here's an alternative which requires no device and doesn't risk pulling screws out of your door pillar. Done it hundreds of times.
    1. Open vehicle door - preferably the rear door unless you have extraordinarily long arms and legs.
    2. Step up onto door sill - while holding on to something solid on the car. If you wish, don the rubber of your choice prior to doing so.
    3. Move one foot onto the top of your rear tyre - again while holding on. (Gymnasts with perfect balance can ignore this instruction)
    4. Carefully move your OTHER foot onto said tyre (don't forget to hold on to something on the roof before doing so. Masochists please yourselves)
    5. Hey presto a stable, free platform which you can bounce up and down on to your heart's content and which is guaranteed not to damage your door striker plate or pillar.

    Safety conscious people should ignore all the above.

    Some people prefer something like this

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    Price jacking… these Amazon dump sellers need to go back to the Fartbook hole they crawl from… don’t forget to rate comment and subscribe…

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      Sorry, my account was stolen by somebody and our price was low down to 9.99 by the them (not by us, we lost control to our account), luckily the thief didn't low down the price to 1.0 AUD or less. Otherwise will lost more money. For the orders which already be placed, we had shipped out even we losing money. We are a honest seller, we never lie to customer. Sincerely hope your understanding.

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    Kogan got fined $350k for doing the same thing.

    The Federal Court has ordered Kogan Australia Pty Ltd (Kogan) to pay a penalty of $350,000 for making false or misleading representations about a tax time sales promotion, in breach of Australian Consumer Law.

    In July 2020, the Court found that Kogan had misled consumers by advertising over a period of four days that they could use the code ‘TAXTIME’ to reduce prices by 10 per cent at checkout, when Kogan had increased the prices of 621 products immediately before the promotion.

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      Sorry, my account was stolen by somebody and our price was low down to 9.99 by the them (not by us, we lost control to our account), luckily the thief didn't low down the price to 1.0 AUD or less. Otherwise will lost more money. For the orders which already be placed, we had shipped out even we losing money. We are a honest seller, we never lie to customer. Sincerely hope your understanding.

      • +2 votes

        Lol how dumb do you think we are?

        • +2 votes

          Oh man. I have nothing to say….

        • -1 vote

          We are really sad to saw the negative feedback, we are not a big seller, but we are a very honest seller. We do not have enough experience to deal with all negative rate comment here. We got back our account after report to amazon and then publish ozbargain deals, that's the whole story.

      • +3 votes

        Sorry, my account was stolen by somebody

        hahaha… Of all the (fropanity) excuses… :D

        Wasn't stolen by a guy named Richard by any chance ?

        If I was an account theif, that's what I would do. Raise the price of store items on an Amazon account, then make a code to get a discount off it and then find that users account on OzBargain, hack that and post it as a deal… Sounds legit.

      • +4 votes

        Russian hacker 1: Lets make hack on Twinspail.

        Russian hacker 2: What product you gonna hack?

        Russian hacker 1: Lets make price $9.99 for Multi-Use Vehicle Latch Folding Ladder Step.

        Russian hacker 2: Okay. Then I will order 2 for great success of motherland.