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Tripod Ladders from Hasegawa

3 Legs, Wide Base, No Wobble and Remarkably Light

Two Models

Introducing Hasegawa Tripod Ladders, the safest, most stable and practical garden ladders around.

Hasegawa Tripod Ladders

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

Hasegawa Tripod Ladders are the safest, most stable and practical garden ladders around.
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 and 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 Hasegawa tripod ladder is an incredibly lightweight, sturdy ladder.
These ladders will help keep you safe and stable while harvesting, pruning, painting and more. Hasegawa has the reputation for making the best quality and safest tripod ladders in use today — our production conforms to JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards) as well as American ANSI standards.

“This is a very excellent ladder, very robust and well made
but also light and easy to carry
with one hand. It is also
absolutely stable on all sorts of uneven ground.”

8′ GSC Model shown at right

GSC Models

The GSC Model Tripod Ladders are the originals from Hasegawa in Japan. Ranges from 6′ to 16′.

GSU Models

The GSU Model ladders range from 8′ to 12′ and benefit from a deeper platform step.

Video Demonstrations

We have two video collections for you to view: Demonstration & Safety

The sturdy Hasegawa tripod ladder is incredibly lightweight. One person can easily move it around while harvesting fruit, pruning, painting, cleaning gutters or tackling other homestead chores.
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