I've been meaning to show you this really clever and simple ladder design for ages and have been unable to find out who made it or anything about it.
Until now. Thanks to Depatty who very kindly did a much more investigative search than I did and found out all there is to know about it.
Have a look here.
It's a great idea and ideal for tiny living situations with minimal storage space.
Easy for the Do-It-Yourselfer to make too
but I never said that...
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Why is it ideal for small storage spaces? Does it make a difference if the rungs are full or not? You could hang your clothes on them either way I think. It's prettier though.ReplyDelete
It's a lot thinner than a conventional ladder, therefore and therefive, it may well be easier to store.Delete
And yes you might hang your clothes on the rungs, good idea...
Makes a change from that guy advertising 28 ladders in one over and over ad nauseum!.ReplyDelete
Not having television I guess I don'tDelete
know about him. Wow, who would want twenty eight ladders...
Did an image search for it with Google and turns out that it's a CIMA ladder - http://cimaladder.com/about_cima.htmlReplyDelete
Interesting looking product. Not sure from the site if it's in production yet or not.
Thankyou for that Depatty.Delete
You'll see I've amended the post with your updated information...
Not sure what the point of it is. The rings don't tie the uprights in so they have to be heavier tno resist the bending forces. Also the rungs themselves would work out heavier as they are not supported at both ends . Imagine a 20 stone person trying to climb it and imagine the forces on the structure.ReplyDelete