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Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot

Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot

Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot
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Features

  • Easy to use. Attaches quickly to most common windows
  • Flame resistant, durable and sturdy ladder
  • Strong and durable ladder tested to 1,000 pounds
  • Tangle free design fast and easy to deploy with anti-slip rungs
  • No assembly or tools are required; 5-year warranty

Description

13', 2 Story, Emergency Escape Ladder, Tangle Free Design, Tested To 1,000 LB, No Tools or Assembly Required, 5 Year Limited Warranty, Boxed. Available in 13-foot and 25-foot models, Kidde Escape Ladders offer a quick and easy escape from two- or three-story homes. These life-saving ladders store compactly, deploy quickly, and keep you prepared for the possibility of fire and other emergencies. Kidde Escape Ladders attach quickly to most windows, and they are tangle free, stretching out to form a flame resistant, durable, and sturdy ladder that can support up to 1,000 pounds. Ideal for Second- or Third-Story Escapes The Kidde Escape Ladder is available in two models. Each model features a strong and lightweight design, compact storability, and one-foot wide rungs. The Kidde KL-2S extends to 13 feet for use in second-story rooms, and the Kidde KL-3S extends to 25 feet for an escape route from third-story rooms. Quick and Easy to Use Kidde Escape Ladders store compactly and don't deploy until you need them. Each ladder fits easily under a bed or in a closet near the window. If a fire necessitates an escape from the second or third story of your home, it's easy to move a Kidde Escape Ladder to the window, open and place the attachment hooks over the windowsill, and pull the release strap to unfurl the ladder. Warning: Kidde Escape Ladders are designed for one-time use only. Discard after single use. Repeat use may result in injury or death. Strong and Durable With metal rungs and red nylon strap rails, Kidde Escape Ladders can support up to 750 pounds on one rung or 1,000 pounds when the load is distributed on more than one rung. Anti-slip, zinc-plated steel rungs prevent slipping and ensure a safe descent, and the ladders are flame resistant for increased protection. Kidde Escape Ladders are backed by a five-year manufacturer's limited warranty. What's in the Box Kidde Escape Ladder.


Manufacturer Kidde


Part Number 468193


Item Weight 7.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.25 x 16.38 x 8.25 inches


Item model number 468193


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 13-Foot


Color Red


Style Ladder


Material Metal


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Included Components Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description 5 year limited warranty.


ASIN B00005OU7B


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 5,927 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #295 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #1 in Fire Escape Ladders #2 in Ladders


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available October 24, 2001


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Easy to use. Attaches quickly to most common windows
  • Flame resistant, durable and sturdy ladder
  • Strong and durable ladder tested to 1,000 pounds
  • Tangle free design fast and easy to deploy with anti-slip rungs
  • No assembly or tools are required; 5-year warranty

Description

13', 2 Story, Emergency Escape Ladder, Tangle Free Design, Tested To 1,000 LB, No Tools or Assembly Required, 5 Year Limited Warranty, Boxed. Available in 13-foot and 25-foot models, Kidde Escape Ladders offer a quick and easy escape from two- or three-story homes. These life-saving ladders store compactly, deploy quickly, and keep you prepared for the possibility of fire and other emergencies. Kidde Escape Ladders attach quickly to most windows, and they are tangle free, stretching out to form a flame resistant, durable, and sturdy ladder that can support up to 1,000 pounds. Ideal for Second- or Third-Story Escapes The Kidde Escape Ladder is available in two models. Each model features a strong and lightweight design, compact storability, and one-foot wide rungs. The Kidde KL-2S extends to 13 feet for use in second-story rooms, and the Kidde KL-3S extends to 25 feet for an escape route from third-story rooms. Quick and Easy to Use Kidde Escape Ladders store compactly and don't deploy until you need them. Each ladder fits easily under a bed or in a closet near the window. If a fire necessitates an escape from the second or third story of your home, it's easy to move a Kidde Escape Ladder to the window, open and place the attachment hooks over the windowsill, and pull the release strap to unfurl the ladder. Warning: Kidde Escape Ladders are designed for one-time use only. Discard after single use. Repeat use may result in injury or death. Strong and Durable With metal rungs and red nylon strap rails, Kidde Escape Ladders can support up to 750 pounds on one rung or 1,000 pounds when the load is distributed on more than one rung. Anti-slip, zinc-plated steel rungs prevent slipping and ensure a safe descent, and the ladders are flame resistant for increased protection. Kidde Escape Ladders are backed by a five-year manufacturer's limited warranty. What's in the Box Kidde Escape Ladder.


Manufacturer Kidde


Part Number 468193


Item Weight 7.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.25 x 16.38 x 8.25 inches


Item model number 468193


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 13-Foot


Color Red


Style Ladder


Material Metal


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Included Components Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description 5 year limited warranty.


ASIN B00005OU7B


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 5,927 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #295 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #1 in Fire Escape Ladders #2 in Ladders


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available October 24, 2001


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Easy to use. Attaches quickly to most common windows
  • Flame resistant, durable and sturdy ladder
  • Strong and durable ladder tested to 1,000 pounds
  • Tangle free design fast and easy to deploy with anti-slip rungs
  • No assembly or tools are required; 5-year warranty

Description

13', 2 Story, Emergency Escape Ladder, Tangle Free Design, Tested To 1,000 LB, No Tools or Assembly Required, 5 Year Limited Warranty, Boxed. Available in 13-foot and 25-foot models, Kidde Escape Ladders offer a quick and easy escape from two- or three-story homes. These life-saving ladders store compactly, deploy quickly, and keep you prepared for the possibility of fire and other emergencies. Kidde Escape Ladders attach quickly to most windows, and they are tangle free, stretching out to form a flame resistant, durable, and sturdy ladder that can support up to 1,000 pounds. Ideal for Second- or Third-Story Escapes The Kidde Escape Ladder is available in two models. Each model features a strong and lightweight design, compact storability, and one-foot wide rungs. The Kidde KL-2S extends to 13 feet for use in second-story rooms, and the Kidde KL-3S extends to 25 feet for an escape route from third-story rooms. Quick and Easy to Use Kidde Escape Ladders store compactly and don't deploy until you need them. Each ladder fits easily under a bed or in a closet near the window. If a fire necessitates an escape from the second or third story of your home, it's easy to move a Kidde Escape Ladder to the window, open and place the attachment hooks over the windowsill, and pull the release strap to unfurl the ladder. Warning: Kidde Escape Ladders are designed for one-time use only. Discard after single use. Repeat use may result in injury or death. Strong and Durable With metal rungs and red nylon strap rails, Kidde Escape Ladders can support up to 750 pounds on one rung or 1,000 pounds when the load is distributed on more than one rung. Anti-slip, zinc-plated steel rungs prevent slipping and ensure a safe descent, and the ladders are flame resistant for increased protection. Kidde Escape Ladders are backed by a five-year manufacturer's limited warranty. What's in the Box Kidde Escape Ladder.


Manufacturer Kidde


Part Number 468193


Item Weight 7.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.25 x 16.38 x 8.25 inches


Item model number 468193


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 13-Foot


Color Red


Style Ladder


Material Metal


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Included Components Kidde 468193 KL-2S Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder with Anti-Slip Rungs, 13-Foot


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description 5 year limited warranty.


ASIN B00005OU7B


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 5,927 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #295 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #1 in Fire Escape Ladders #2 in Ladders


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available October 24, 2001


abunda_amazon_reviews A family in our community recently died because they could not get out of their two story home. My husband is a firefighter and was one of the ones to find the family huddled beside the upstairs window. It was one of the saddest things ever. It was a mom and a dad and two kids. The stairwell in their home had burned up and they couldn't get out. If they had had a fire ladder they might have lived. After my husband got home from that call he ordered one of these on Amazon immediately. We recently moved to a two-story home and had not bought one yet. It is not worth risking it. We actually plan on buying another one to have on both sides of the house upstairs just in case we can't get to one. The only other thing I thought about that this latter would not solve is the issue of having small children. Obviously adults could easily climb down this ladder out of a window but toddlers or babies could not. I actually thought about tying ropes to a laundry basket and sticking it in a closet because if I was home alone and my husband was not there and I had two kids at home, I would have no way of getting them down a ladder by myself. But I could stick my baby in a laundry basket and lower him down with rope. That may sound crazy but it's probably what I would have to do in case of an emergency if I was by myself with my kids. Just an idea for other mamas with small children. So grateful they make a product like this to keep families safe!;;Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Could save a life if you live in a two-story house!;;Beth;;;As a firefighter this was one of the first things we purchased after we moved into our 2 story house. There is simply no reason not to invest in something so cheap that can save your life. Lord willing you will not need this device but you do not want to be in the position of needing it and not having it. I recommend at least 1 in the upstairs of your housing unit in a place that is easy to get to. This ladder is well made and easy to deploy if necessary so that even kids can do it if left at home and the worst happens. I would certainly recommend this product to others.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Safety is paramount.;;D&R;;;As September is Disaster Preparedness month, I though it would be wise to practice going up and down the ladder with the family. As it is primarily for the kids end of the house, the kids, ranging in age from 18 (190lbs) to 11 (90lbs) practiced climbing up and down. Yes, its a bit wobbly, yes,it works. Important note (and the reason for the 4 stars vs 5 stars)! As the picture shows, the metal edges of the steps are sharp, and will dig into the side of your house as people go down, causing damage to the paint and puncture marks in the siding of the house. Additionally, one of the red caps at the hook (windowsill) end of the ladder came off while we were practicing, gouging the finish below the windowsill. Yes, the ladder will work in an emergency, however, beware, when you practice (and do practice), the ladder will cause damage to the side of your house.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Works in and emergency, noted damage to house siding when practicing;;Avion;;;Love everything about it!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Safe & easy to use!;;Cindy;;;Well like almost everyone else I wondered if it is possible to re-pack this ladder after it has been deployed (like so you can practice). Well I guess I will find out because mine deployed accidentally while I was hanging it up in my closet. I will post an update later UPDATE: Amazon is amazing. They are replacing my ladder. It does appear that the ladder can be re-packed, but not with a lot of confidence. I did not practice with it because at my age, I don't like the risk/benefit ratio over a concrete driveway. I don't mind not being able to practice with it; in an emergency I'm sure we will manage. If you really want to practice, I would recommend buying 2. At $48 each it would be worth giving you peace of mind. If you don't like it on the practice run just return the second one for a refund.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Oops! Accidental deployment with UPDATE;;B. Moore;;;I bought two of these for added peace of mind. I have 3 children and all of our bedrooms are up 3 floors from the ground with no roofing in between for an escape in the event of a house fire. I hope never to need it, but I’m extremely happy we have them in our rooms if we need them. My children are all too young or small to be able to lift and set up these ladders independently unfortunately, but I know that in the next few years my oldest should be capable of using this herself If needed. In the meantime, we do have an escape plan in place on how we would evacuate our kids. I also purchased a rapid baby evacuation device bag which zippers closed and is attached to a long tether so that I could get my baby and toddler out quickly and safely. It is rated up to 75 lbs and I highly recommend other parents to purchase this also if you have small children. Looks to be a good and sturdy device. Did not open up Incase could not fold back up.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Well worth the price for having added safety device in case of a fire;;Katfish;;;If you would like some additional info or photo's please comment and I'll update the review with any new info I can This is a good piece of Equipment to have as part of your fire plan. Just make sure you buy the proper length for the home. I like to have this prepped and ready to go next to the fire masks at all times. Ideally having them in each bedroom where someone sleeps with a firemask would be preferred. This way if there is an emergency their escape doesn't require opening doors and/or navigating dangerous hallways. A possible solution is to have a tote, with a mask, a blanket, a gallon of water and a ladder in it. This way your loved ones have a "fire kit". They can use the water to wet a blanket and either place under the door or wear over their shoulders. They have the mask for smoke and the ladder to escape. Having the ladder is great but what if it's not accessible to you or your loved one because they're separated by the fire or smoke? It's just part of your family fire plan.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great addition to your fire plan!;;EGReviews;;;The ladder opens up & folds back in really easily. I put it in an open plastic container & slid it under my bed for storage (which is awesome, because finding a place to put stuff is always half the battle in my small apartment.) The instructions say it's a "one time use", but it seems really sturdy. I hope to never have to use it, but feel comforted having it around.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A worthwhile purchase;;You'llThankMeLater

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Beth - Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2017
Could save a life if you live in a two-story house!
A family in our community recently died because they could not get out of their two story home. My husband is a firefighter and was one of the ones to find the family huddled beside the upstairs window. It was one of the saddest things ever. It was a mom and a dad and two kids. The stairwell in their home had burned up and they couldn't get out. If they had had a fire ladder they might have lived. After my husband got home from that call he ordered one of these on Amazon immediately. We recently moved to a two-story home and had not bought one yet. It is not worth risking it. We actually plan on buying another one to have on both sides of the house upstairs just in case we can't get to one. The only other thing I thought about that this latter would not solve is the issue of having small children. Obviously adults could easily climb down this ladder out of a window but toddlers or babies could not. I actually thought about tying ropes to a laundry basket and sticking it in a closet because if I was home alone and my husband was not there and I had two kids at home, I would have no way of getting them down a ladder by myself. But I could stick my baby in a laundry basket and lower him down with rope. That may sound crazy but it's probably what I would have to do in case of an emergency if I was by myself with my kids. Just an idea for other mamas with small children. So grateful they make a product like this to keep families safe!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D&R - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2016
Safety is paramount.
As a firefighter this was one of the first things we purchased after we moved into our 2 story house. There is simply no reason not to invest in something so cheap that can save your life. Lord willing you will not need this device but you do not want to be in the position of needing it and not having it. I recommend at least 1 in the upstairs of your housing unit in a place that is easy to get to. This ladder is well made and easy to deploy if necessary so that even kids can do it if left at home and the worst happens. I would certainly recommend this product to others.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Avion - Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
Works in and emergency, noted damage to house siding when practicing
As September is Disaster Preparedness month, I though it would be wise to practice going up and down the ladder with the family. As it is primarily for the kids end of the house, the kids, ranging in age from 18 (190lbs) to 11 (90lbs) practiced climbing up and down. Yes, its a bit wobbly, yes,it works. Important note (and the reason for the 4 stars vs 5 stars)! As the picture shows, the metal edges of the steps are sharp, and will dig into the side of your house as people go down, causing damage to the paint and puncture marks in the siding of the house. Additionally, one of the red caps at the hook (windowsill) end of the ladder came off while we were practicing, gouging the finish below the windowsill. Yes, the ladder will work in an emergency, however, beware, when you practice (and do practice), the ladder will cause damage to the side of your house.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cindy - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2019
Safe & easy to use!
Love everything about it!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Moore - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2017
Oops! Accidental deployment with UPDATE
Well like almost everyone else I wondered if it is possible to re-pack this ladder after it has been deployed (like so you can practice). Well I guess I will find out because mine deployed accidentally while I was hanging it up in my closet. I will post an update later UPDATE: Amazon is amazing. They are replacing my ladder. It does appear that the ladder can be re-packed, but not with a lot of confidence. I did not practice with it because at my age, I don't like the risk/benefit ratio over a concrete driveway. I don't mind not being able to practice with it; in an emergency I'm sure we will manage. If you really want to practice, I would recommend buying 2. At $48 each it would be worth giving you peace of mind. If you don't like it on the practice run just return the second one for a refund.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Katfish - Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2018
Well worth the price for having added safety device in case of a fire
I bought two of these for added peace of mind. I have 3 children and all of our bedrooms are up 3 floors from the ground with no roofing in between for an escape in the event of a house fire. I hope never to need it, but I’m extremely happy we have them in our rooms if we need them. My children are all too young or small to be able to lift and set up these ladders independently unfortunately, but I know that in the next few years my oldest should be capable of using this herself If needed. In the meantime, we do have an escape plan in place on how we would evacuate our kids. I also purchased a rapid baby evacuation device bag which zippers closed and is attached to a long tether so that I could get my baby and toddler out quickly and safely. It is rated up to 75 lbs and I highly recommend other parents to purchase this also if you have small children. Looks to be a good and sturdy device. Did not open up Incase could not fold back up.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By EGReviews - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2016
Great addition to your fire plan!
If you would like some additional info or photo's please comment and I'll update the review with any new info I can This is a good piece of Equipment to have as part of your fire plan. Just make sure you buy the proper length for the home. I like to have this prepped and ready to go next to the fire masks at all times. Ideally having them in each bedroom where someone sleeps with a firemask would be preferred. This way if there is an emergency their escape doesn't require opening doors and/or navigating dangerous hallways. A possible solution is to have a tote, with a mask, a blanket, a gallon of water and a ladder in it. This way your loved ones have a "fire kit". They can use the water to wet a blanket and either place under the door or wear over their shoulders. They have the mask for smoke and the ladder to escape. Having the ladder is great but what if it's not accessible to you or your loved one because they're separated by the fire or smoke? It's just part of your family fire plan.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By You'llThankMeLater - Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017
A worthwhile purchase
The ladder opens up & folds back in really easily. I put it in an open plastic container & slid it under my bed for storage (which is awesome, because finding a place to put stuff is always half the battle in my small apartment.) The instructions say it's a "one time use", but it seems really sturdy. I hope to never have to use it, but feel comforted having it around.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Beth - Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2017
Could save a life if you live in a two-story house!
A family in our community recently died because they could not get out of their two story home. My husband is a firefighter and was one of the ones to find the family huddled beside the upstairs window. It was one of the saddest things ever. It was a mom and a dad and two kids. The stairwell in their home had burned up and they couldn't get out. If they had had a fire ladder they might have lived. After my husband got home from that call he ordered one of these on Amazon immediately. We recently moved to a two-story home and had not bought one yet. It is not worth risking it. We actually plan on buying another one to have on both sides of the house upstairs just in case we can't get to one. The only other thing I thought about that this latter would not solve is the issue of having small children. Obviously adults could easily climb down this ladder out of a window but toddlers or babies could not. I actually thought about tying ropes to a laundry basket and sticking it in a closet because if I was home alone and my husband was not there and I had two kids at home, I would have no way of getting them down a ladder by myself. But I could stick my baby in a laundry basket and lower him down with rope. That may sound crazy but it's probably what I would have to do in case of an emergency if I was by myself with my kids. Just an idea for other mamas with small children. So grateful they make a product like this to keep families safe!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D&R - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2016
Safety is paramount.
As a firefighter this was one of the first things we purchased after we moved into our 2 story house. There is simply no reason not to invest in something so cheap that can save your life. Lord willing you will not need this device but you do not want to be in the position of needing it and not having it. I recommend at least 1 in the upstairs of your housing unit in a place that is easy to get to. This ladder is well made and easy to deploy if necessary so that even kids can do it if left at home and the worst happens. I would certainly recommend this product to others.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Avion - Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
Works in and emergency, noted damage to house siding when practicing
As September is Disaster Preparedness month, I though it would be wise to practice going up and down the ladder with the family. As it is primarily for the kids end of the house, the kids, ranging in age from 18 (190lbs) to 11 (90lbs) practiced climbing up and down. Yes, its a bit wobbly, yes,it works. Important note (and the reason for the 4 stars vs 5 stars)! As the picture shows, the metal edges of the steps are sharp, and will dig into the side of your house as people go down, causing damage to the paint and puncture marks in the siding of the house. Additionally, one of the red caps at the hook (windowsill) end of the ladder came off while we were practicing, gouging the finish below the windowsill. Yes, the ladder will work in an emergency, however, beware, when you practice (and do practice), the ladder will cause damage to the side of your house.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cindy - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2019
Safe & easy to use!
Love everything about it!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Moore - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2017
Oops! Accidental deployment with UPDATE
Well like almost everyone else I wondered if it is possible to re-pack this ladder after it has been deployed (like so you can practice). Well I guess I will find out because mine deployed accidentally while I was hanging it up in my closet. I will post an update later UPDATE: Amazon is amazing. They are replacing my ladder. It does appear that the ladder can be re-packed, but not with a lot of confidence. I did not practice with it because at my age, I don't like the risk/benefit ratio over a concrete driveway. I don't mind not being able to practice with it; in an emergency I'm sure we will manage. If you really want to practice, I would recommend buying 2. At $48 each it would be worth giving you peace of mind. If you don't like it on the practice run just return the second one for a refund.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Katfish - Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2018
Well worth the price for having added safety device in case of a fire
I bought two of these for added peace of mind. I have 3 children and all of our bedrooms are up 3 floors from the ground with no roofing in between for an escape in the event of a house fire. I hope never to need it, but I’m extremely happy we have them in our rooms if we need them. My children are all too young or small to be able to lift and set up these ladders independently unfortunately, but I know that in the next few years my oldest should be capable of using this herself If needed. In the meantime, we do have an escape plan in place on how we would evacuate our kids. I also purchased a rapid baby evacuation device bag which zippers closed and is attached to a long tether so that I could get my baby and toddler out quickly and safely. It is rated up to 75 lbs and I highly recommend other parents to purchase this also if you have small children. Looks to be a good and sturdy device. Did not open up Incase could not fold back up.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By EGReviews - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2016
Great addition to your fire plan!
If you would like some additional info or photo's please comment and I'll update the review with any new info I can This is a good piece of Equipment to have as part of your fire plan. Just make sure you buy the proper length for the home. I like to have this prepped and ready to go next to the fire masks at all times. Ideally having them in each bedroom where someone sleeps with a firemask would be preferred. This way if there is an emergency their escape doesn't require opening doors and/or navigating dangerous hallways. A possible solution is to have a tote, with a mask, a blanket, a gallon of water and a ladder in it. This way your loved ones have a "fire kit". They can use the water to wet a blanket and either place under the door or wear over their shoulders. They have the mask for smoke and the ladder to escape. Having the ladder is great but what if it's not accessible to you or your loved one because they're separated by the fire or smoke? It's just part of your family fire plan.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By You'llThankMeLater - Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017
A worthwhile purchase
The ladder opens up & folds back in really easily. I put it in an open plastic container & slid it under my bed for storage (which is awesome, because finding a place to put stuff is always half the battle in my small apartment.) The instructions say it's a "one time use", but it seems really sturdy. I hope to never have to use it, but feel comforted having it around.