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Bigfoot Half Step

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Bigfoot Half Step
Excl. Vat: £90.90 Incl. Vat: £109.08

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Bigfoot Half Step

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The Bigfoot Half Step from our Ramps, Mobility Range.Description

The Bigfoot Half Step meets the needs of older or disabled people who find the height difference between a door and the ground outside too much to achieve in one go, such as at patio doors. The step halves the height between the door and the ground, allowing the user to be steady on the large surface before attempting the next step. It has a height adjustment between 4-5 inches (100-120 mm), to offer the perfect step height, and it offers a high weight limit of up to 50 stones (318 kg). Optional handles can be fitted on the left, right or both sides, to give additional support when stepping down. It is also supplied with a security fixing kit for the best possible stability and to prevent it being taken away.All our plastic half steps are built for the outdoors: they are long-lasting even in cold or heat and will not rust. The step has four over-moulded feet which grip firmly against the ground and offer adjustability, so that the step can be made level on uneven ground.

Features
  • Instantly halves the height of doorway thresholds
  • Height adjustable
  • Maximum load capacity of 50 stones
  • Weatherproof design ensures no rusting
  • Moulded feet grips the ground firmly
Technical Specification
  • Product EAN - 5021196752424
  • Configuration - Step Only
  • Main body material - Plastic
  • Maximum Load (kg) - 318
  • Maximum Load (stones) - 50
  • Height (mm) - 100-120
  • Item priced per - 1
  • Overall Width (mm) - 755
  • Depth (mm) - 445
  • Width (mm) - 755
  • Product Dimensions (mm) - 100x755x445
  • Gross Weight (Packaged) (kg) - 6.5
  • Warranty Period - 12 Months
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 03-VA146B
Barcode 5021196752424
Manufacturer Aidapt
Manfacturer Code VA146B Comms
Series N/A
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