Telesteps 12-1/2-Foot Tactical Edition Extension Ladder



Item # 1600ET
Ship Weight 23.00 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Easily store and transport!

This Telesteps 12-1/2-Foot Telescoping Extension Ladder is made with heavy-duty aircraft-grade aluminum. This Tactical Edition features a matte black finish. Its telescoping design locks from the bottom as you extend the ladder. A patented one-touch release collapses it quickly and easily. Each step has a built-in safety indicator and the base has pivoting silicone feet.

Telesteps designs this ladder with professionals in mind. In fact, this ladder is utilized by the United States Military and special forces teams. It is ANSI 14.2 tested, OSHA-compliant, and rated Type IA to hold up to 300 pounds. Its telescoping design allows you to use it by the foot or at its full 16-foot reach height. The built-in safety indicators let you know when each step is locked and ready to climb. You can safely use this ladder on uneven surfaces thanks to the grip strength of its pivoting silicone feet.

This revolutionary telescoping ladder is easy to store and transport. The manufacturer covers this product with a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects.

Product Information


  • Material: Aluminum
  • Open height (inches): 150
  • Collapsed height (inches): 31-3/4
  • Weight (pounds): 23
  • Reach height (feet): 16
  • Maximum capacity (pounds): 300

Product Features

  • Telescoping extension ladders
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy construction
  • Patented one-touch release
  • Pivoting silicone feet
  • ANSI 14.2 tested
  • OSHA compliant

Product Benefits

  • Designed with professionals in mind
  • Heavy-duty aluminum construction is the ideal combination of weight and durability
  • Telescoping design locks from the bottom to give you just the right height
  • Patented one-touch release collapses the entire ladder in seconds
  • Pivoting silicone feet provide a stable base even on uneven surfaces


The manufacturer covers this product with a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects.

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