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October 25, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Werner Aluminum LeanSafe X3 Ladder

It wasn’t too long ago that we had the pleasure of safely climbing around on the corner-friendly and easy-to-use Werner LeanSafe X3 fiberglass ladder. We’ve also learned recently that Werner has extended the LeanSafe line into the aluminum realm. It still provides the feature set that makes it so safe and easy to use, but now it comes in a lightweight and rugged aluminum frame.


Werner on the Aluminum LeanSafe X3 Ladder

Non-conventional stepladders continue to gain traction in the industry because of their focus on ladder versatility and convenience. The Aluminum LeanSafe X3 is incredibly easy to use, aids in productivity, and helps worksites stay safe and compliant in a wide range of use cases. It’s a product that will help pros accomplish more at a great value!

Kelly Markle, product manager at Werner

What’s the Big Deal?

Really, the big deal surrounding the Werner Aluminum LeanSafe Ladder is that it features an aluminum frame, as opposed to the fiberglass frame of the previous edition. While this doesn’t give you the shock resistance of the fiberglass, the aluminum offers similar strength and durability but with even less weight. In this case, it weighs just 22.8 lbs. compared to the 24 pounds of the original LeanSafe X3 ladder.

Werner LeanSafe X3 vs Aluminum LeanSafe X3

Aluminum LeanSafe X3Fiberglass LeanSafe X3
RatingType 1AType 1AA
Max support300 lbs.375 lbs.
No. of Steps66
Weight22.8 lbs24 lbs.
ConstructionAluminumFiberglass
Reach height10 ft.10 ft.
Price$179$159

Of course, the Werner LeanSafe Series also has a lot going for it whether you opt for the aluminum or for the fiberglass. The 3-in-1 design lets you deploy it as a step ladder, straight ladder, or leaning ladder. It features a one-handed adjustment that lets you swap positions seamlessly.

The Werner Aluminum LeanSafe ladder can also be used against corners, studs, poles, and other vertical surfaces. It has non-marring rubber feet and leaning pads to make sure you don’t scratch up any of your work surfaces. It even comes with a magnetic tool tray and paint hook to keep your important materials secure.

Features

  • Seamless position change
  • One hand lock adjustment
  • All in one top, no adjustment needed
  • Non-marring rubber top protects work surfaces
  • Compact rear rails fit between framing studs
  • Slip-resistant Traction-Tred steps
  • Type 1A Duty rating with 300 lb load capacity with combined weight of user and materials

Pricing

You can find the Werner Aluminum LeanSafe X3 Ladder at your local Home Depot or Lowe’s. It retails for anywhere between $139 and $179.


Werner Aluminum 3-in-1 LeanSafe Ladder Specs

  • Model: Werner ALDP376
  • Rating: Type 1A
  • Number of positions: 3
  • Number of rungs: 9
  • Size: 6 ft.
  • Extension height: 9 ft.
  • Reach height extension ladder: 13 ft.
  • Weight: 22.7 lbs.
  • Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
  • Price: $179

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