No More Ladder Slips with Feet First Ladder Safety System

The feet first ladder safety system addressed two main issues; ladder slips and angle control, which was inspired by the frequent accidents happening due to slipping the ladder base. The device attaches with the ladder footing, allowing increased friction and greater control at the ladder base. The grip has been specially designed to replicate the adhesive attributes of gecko feet for increased friction, even in damp surfaces. The grip is made of gecko synthetic adhesive polymer, which comprises millions of tiny contact hairs named setae, able to adhere with anecdotal surface textures. The adjustable feet height will allow the users to place it on uneven surfaces with maximum efficiency.

feet first ladder safety device

feet first ladder safety device

feet first ladder safety device

feet first ladder safety device

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feet first ladder safety device

feet first ladder safety device

feet first ladder safety device

feet first ladder safety device

Designer : Anthony Mapstone



4 thoughts on “No More Ladder Slips with Feet First Ladder Safety System

  1. Looks like a good idea, but what if the ladder where to be on a uneven surface such as a hill, it could still topple to the sides couldn't it.

    Nice idea though!

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  3. I don’t think there’s that much of a slippage risk on uneven surfaces. That what the ridged rubber design is for. As I see it, any ladder equipped with those will be a lot safer no matter where you prop it up.

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