Posted February 8, 2021


Werner is extending its line of LEANSAFE X3 ladders with a new aluminum model.

LEANSAFE X3Designed for professionals including residential contractors, painters and facilities maintenance personnel, the lightweight Aluminum LEANSAFE X3 packs the functionality of three useful ladders into one OSHA-compliant package. In addition to convenience, the Aluminum LEANSAFE X3 offers stability and durability thanks to Werner’s innovative engineering.

“Non-conventional stepladders continue to gain traction in the industry because of their focus on ladder versatility and convenience,” said Kelly Markle, product manager at Werner. “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!”

With the Aluminum LEANSAFE X3, one ladder can easily adapt into three different setups: for use as a step ladder, straight ladder or leaning ladder. At six feet tall, it is simple to store and transport, in addition to providing a maximum reach height of about 13 feet. Ergonomic one-handed levers and the all-in-one ladder top allow for seamless position changes, without the need for additional adjustments or buttons.

Thoughtfully designed for working pros, it can be used against corners, studs, poles and other vertical work surfaces. Non-marring rubber feet and leaning pads ensure that using this three-in-one ladder does not damage floors or walls; while the compact rear rails fit between standard framing studs, bringing users closer to their work. The Aluminum LEANSAFE X3 top also has a magnetic tool tray and a paint hook, keeping important materials secure and close at hand.

The aluminum LEANSAFE X3 can support 300 pounds (including the user and materials) in all three of its positions. Slip-resistant Traction-Tred steps provide reliability and confidence to pros working off the ground.

For more information about the LEANSAFE X3 and the LEANSAFE family of ladders, visit