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I found this while surfing the net and thought it might be of interest.
Corner Ladder by Company & Company Design Studio Yanko Design
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Brilliant innovation!
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Brilliant innovation!
This is something Otis might like.

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Here's the accessory package, Herb...
I think the wood motif is very attractive.
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As a prototype design the ladder is interesting. If one of the ladder companies gets it rated and produces it I would be interested and I am sure many contractors would be too.

Not being petite I only use 1A or higher rated ladders.
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Here's the accessory package, Herb...
I think the wood motif is very attractive.
LMAO,Dan,
now that is funny,I hope no one used that.
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That 4x4 support is just begging for someone to come up those stairs and grab onto it!
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When I was a kid, we did a show in the gym and I used a 30 footer to hang and aim lights. Man, that was scary! I like the idea of the folding down into a 6" x 6" x 6' package, but if it were made in China I'd expect it to last about 2 weeks.
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Here's the accessory package, Herb...
I think the wood motif is very attractive.
That reminds me of an email that I got...
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Mike I'm with you , I don't think that ladder would support me to well at 290 lbs

Those are some good news Paul . I gotta give that guy credit for washing his apartment windows

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