Tools, gear, kit, loot—whatever you call your stuff, this bucket holds it. Originally designed to secure plumber’s cement and primer at the top of your ladder, this versatile equipment bucket can carry anything from Pex rings to wire nuts. Compatible with the King Kombo 2.0 top cap.
Multiple Attachment Methods
Your stuff, where you need it. Use the hook clip to hang the Loot Box on either side of your top cap or use the fitted underside to securely place the Loot Box on top.
There are two types of people: the ones who organize their fasteners, and the ones who carry a box of loose nuts and bolts. The Loot Box was built for both: use the partition to separate your bucket into two sections for your organizational pleasure, or slot it into the storage position and live dangerous.
This bucket has its own toolbelt. The Loot Box’s rim has three storage holes for screwdrivers and a longer slot for holstering your PVC or drywall saw.
Loot Box Specs
Weight Capacity None Warranty None Model Number 15044-002 90° Position No ANSI Duty Rating None Country of Origin China Feet None Product Weight 0.5 lb Product Material Plastic Palm & Hinge Lock System None Ship length 10 in Ship Width 10 in Ship Height 5 in Spreader System None Tip & Glide Wheels™ No V-Bar No Ratchet Levelers No Ground Cue No Air Deck Ports No Claw No Scaffolding Position No
What’s the difference between model size and extension height?
You may have noticed that our model sizing is taller than the actual extension height of any telescoping Little Giant ladder. This is due to the requirements of US ladder standards, published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI): A14.2 for aluminum ladders and A14.5 for fiberglass ladders. These standards dictate that ladder model size should be displayed as the total rail length of each section of a ladder. All US manufacturers use the same sizing system in order to comply with ANSI. Extension ladders, articulating ladders and other multipurpose ladders often have multiple sections, so the ANSI-compliant size is the sum of the lengths of each section, not the actual maximum extended height. Please refer to the individual ladder’s instruction manual for details on maximum working length, highest standing level and maximum reach. We’ve described a few of these measurements in detail below.
What is maximum working length?
The final locks on any telescoping ladder sections will adhere to ANSI requirements, meaning there will be an appropriately sized overlap between inner and outer railing when fully extended. The maximum working length is the length of the ladder at its final locked extension length.
What is highest standing level?
Depending on the ladder and configuration, ANSI standards dictate that certain rungs (such as the ladder top cap or top step of an A-frame ladder) should not be used as a step. The highest standing level takes those standards into consideration and measures the highest ANSI-approved standing rung when the ladder is extended to maximum working length.
What is maximum reach?
Maximum reach (or “max reach”) is the combination of the ladder’s highest standing level and a common user’s reach height. The reach height addition is based on a 5'6" [1.68 m] person with a 12" [30 cm] vertical reach. The term is used in ladder merchandising throughout the climbing solutions industry to help users quickly comprehend which projects are compatible with which ladders.