Combo Ladder/Scaffold/ Platform

For sale is an "X-Deck" — is a combination of a ladder and a scaffold. This innovative, lightweight, one-piece, portable platform is height adjustable. It has been used only a couple of times and is like new.
Commercial versions are used to service jet engines (under the wing) on aircraft. It gives mechanics a stable platform and eliminates bulky scaffolding.

The X-Deck sets up quickly and easily. Great anti-tip design offers the stability that step ladders, extension ladders, and most specialty ladders lack. A spring assist makes setup easy.

Anti-tilt design is more stable than a regular ladder or specialty ladder — less likelihood of an accident. Work comfortably with better footing at a more comfortable height. Beats traditional and specialty ladders for safety and versatility.

It’s light (and very portable) at only 24 lbs. The deck surface is 3.6′ by 13.5" with an active work area of over 6 feet! Adjusts in height from 18′ inches to almost 4 ft in height. Aggressive tread pattern on deck surface to eliminate slipping. When collapsed, the steps form a natural handle making it easy to carry.

Here’s a link to the company’s web site: http://xdeck.com/products/x-deck/x-deck-3-step.

And here is a video showing how easy it is to set up and use.

New it was $397 + 47 in frt + $67for hand rail. Total was $511.
For sale is an "X-Deck" — is a combination of a ladder and a scaffold. This innovative, lightweight, one-piece, portable platform is height adjustable. It has been used only a couple of times and is like new.
Commercial versions are used to service jet engines (under the wing) on aircraft. It gives mechanics a stable platform and eliminates bulky scaffolding.

The X-Deck sets up quickly and easily. Great anti-tip design offers the stability that step ladders, extension ladders, and most specialty ladders lack. A spring assist makes setup easy.

Anti-tilt design is more stable than a regular ladder or specialty ladder — less likelihood of an accident. Work comfortably with better footing at a more comfortable height. Beats traditional and specialty ladders for safety and versatility.

It’s light (and very portable) at only 24 lbs. The deck surface is 3.6′ by 13.5" with an active work area of over 6 feet! Adjusts in height from 18′ inches to almost 4 ft in height. Aggressive tread pattern on deck surface to eliminate slipping. When collapsed, the steps form a natural handle making it easy to carry.

Here’s a link to the company’s web site: http://xdeck.com/products/x-deck/x-deck-3-step.

And here is a video showing how easy it is to set up and use.

New it was $397 + 47 in frt + $67for hand rail. Total was $511.

For sale is an "X-Deck" — is a combination of a ladder and a scaffold. This innovative, lightweight, one-piece, portable platform is height adjustable. It has been used only a couple of times and is like new.
Commercial versions are used to service jet engines (under the wing) on aircraft. It gives mechanics a stable platform and eliminates bulky scaffolding.

The X-Deck sets up quickly and easily. Great anti-tip design offers the stability that step ladders, extension ladders, and most specialty ladders lack. A spring assist makes setup easy.

Anti-tilt design is more stable than a regular ladder or specialty ladder — less likelihood of an accident. Work comfortably with better footing at a more comfortable height. Beats traditional and specialty ladders for safety and versatility.

It’s light (and very portable) at only 24 lbs. The deck surface is 3.6′ by 13.5" with an active work area of over 6 feet! Adjusts in height from 18′ inches to almost 4 ft in height. Aggressive tread pattern on deck surface to eliminate slipping. When collapsed, the steps form a natural handle making it easy to carry.

Here’s a link to the company’s web site: http://xdeck.com/products/x-deck/x-deck-3-step.

And here is a video showing how easy it is to set up and use.

New it was $397 + 47 in frt + $67for hand rail. Total was $511.

It’s like new.

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