Installation is straightforward. Stainless steel steps are very sturdy. Includes chrome bracket covers. "Sure Step" steel treads. 250 lb. weight capacity.
Some rusting reported after two weeks, especially in salt water pools. Some parts are plastic, not metal. Instructions not included.
Lightweight, but very stable in final position. Easy to assemble. Pivoting bottom rung for sloping pools. 225 lb. weight limit. Stainless steel non-slip treads. Extra-wide 24" steps for easier entrance and exit.
Plastic steps are narrow, uncomfortable on feet. Will not fit a 54" pool easily.
Very easy to assemble with included video instructions. Rated to 300 lbs. Heavy-duty steel framework. Dual set of stairs for exits and entrances. Comfortable, secure plastic steps.
Instability is a common concern among customers. Additional ballast or support may be necessary.
Extremely stable A-frame design. Side rails can be stabilized with water, no sandbags needed. Fits pools up to 56". Lockable roll guard barrier. Generous 18" by 5" treads.
May require additional support. Does not make full contact with pool frame.
Swim-through barrier for additional safety. Slanted treads easier for older and younger users. 220 lb. capacity. All-resin construction means no rusting. Assembly require minimal tools, instructions are well-written.
Some pools may require longer lag bolts (not included). Must be stabilized with sand or gravel.
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