Hasegawa Tripod Ladders

3 legs, wide base, no wobble and remarkably light!

These aluminum, tripod ladders are used all over Japan and Europe and now in the U.S., by gardeners and nurserymen. Our customers include tree surgeons, topiary specialists, institutional and estate gardeners, orchard owners, hedging contractors, permaculturists and and landscapers. Countless gardening enthusiasts appreciate the stability and practicality of the tripod design.

The wide base, deep steps, telescopic back leg, as well as broad clawed feet and flat top make the Hasegawa Tripod Ladder incredibly safe and easy to use. Similar to the design of the Eiffel Tower, your weight is directed downwards and outwards, pinning the ladder to the ground.

The back leg adjusts quickly and easily up to 2′ in 6″ stops with a spring-loaded pin. Extending 6″ and shortening 18″ for use on slopes and uneven terrain.

The ladders are welded, extruded aluminum construction, weatherproof, strong and very light. Double rungs are easy on the feet, and resist getting muddy or slippery.

The ladder is available in two models: the original GSC model and the GSU model that includes a platform step. The GSU model benefits from a deeper platform step, suitable for longer use, being the safest, most user-friendly ladder. The GSC model is available in sizes from six to 15 feet, and the GSU can be purchased in sizes ranging from six feet to 12 feet.

Hasegawa has the reputation for making the best quality and safest tripod ladders in use today - our production conforms to JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards). Hasegawa Trading has been selling ladders since 1956 and started producing in 1968. Retailers in the U.S. can purchase the tripod ladder through hasegawaladders.com, write at info@hasegawaladders.com or call 800.445.9527.

Here you can view a video conducted by Mother Earth News after they were first introduced to the Hasegawa Tripod Ladders at the Payallup, Washington Fair, June 1-2, 2013. Mother Earth News Video

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