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  1. Connie Spector says:

    Hello. Do you have any suggestions for above ground pool entry steps that support 500 pounds? I have a deck that is even with the top of the pool. I currently have some steps for which I paid $500 and they aren’t very good. First, the rise is too high on the steps…I have severe arthritis in my knees and can only climb steps that are about 4-4.5 inches; the steps are about 10 inches each. Secondly, the PVC is not very strong. It’s rated for 500 pounds but I don’t like it. Any help would be most appreciated. I struggle and injure myself every time I get in and out of the pool. I bought it to exercise but it’s nearly to the point that I’m afraid to get in, which is defeating the purpose. Thanks so much.

    • bigman says:

      Unfortunately the market for 500 pound above ground pool step is not that extravagant. Not to mention ones with rises of 4-5 inches. Most pool steps are above 10 inches as you pointed out. I’ll leave this question open for anyone that has any recommendations for Connie. I did fine this Confer Plastics with 5 inch rises, but it is a ladder and may not help you with your condition. I hope someone else has some ideas to share.

  2. Todd says:

    I was wondering if you have any repackaged of the rebounder trampolines If so what is the price of them.

    Thank You!

  3. David Sloper says:

    Hi how it going, I live in Australia and saw the Flex form arched platform bed frame on amazon. But it dose not tell me how heavy the frame is, or the total weight and the size of the packaging it sent in. I am looking at getting the king size bed frame, if you can send me the information so i can work out the cost to have it shipped over here to Australia. Because amazon can’t send it because of the size or the weight of the item ?, or if you have someone or Know someone that is a dealer of this product in Australia that would be great as well, thank you.

  4. Gaileen Wildman says:

    I am very interested in the purchase of 3 or 4 single recliner chairs for persons 480lbs to 500lbs. I am prepared to travel to wherever in the world you are just to sit on them and find out if they are comfortable before purchase. I will be paying on the spot for these chairs should I find them.

    • bigman says:

      Unfortunately these chairs are in the USA, so you would have to contact the manufacturer direct. It would be fairly hefty for the shipping as they are not light chairs.

  5. Penny Harris says:

    Please can you advise if you know of any wide treadmills in the UK please?

  6. Delmerian Mercer says:

    I can’t find NO loveseats that supports up to 330lbs!!!
    Every website I go to only supports up to 250lbs.

    Does anyone know where I can get a loveseat that holds up to 330lbs?

    I am SHOCKED!!! Not everyone today is a average weight or size, and I can’t find anything on the internet.

    • bigman says:

      It is particularly tricky finding furniture with high weight capacities. Most companies don’t actually state a capacity. Which is quite frustrating. Are you looking for a sofa loveseat or a outdoors patio loveseat?. There is a leather recliner loveseat with a 350 lbs capacity on amazon you can find here. It’s quite expensive, but that is about how much we paid for our two seater recliner as well.

  7. Peggy Brown says:

    Where can I purchase your products?

    • bigman says:

      Hi Peggy, all the products are available on amazon by clicking on the relevant links associated with the product.

  8. Diane Pinckney says:

    Do you all sell cots in bulk and also, do you have a phone number where you can be reached?

    • bigman says:

      Hi Diane, all the products are available on amazon from which you can find out more about the seller information. Thanks

  9. Rosalinda Machado says:

    I need a King size blow up air mattress that can hold up to 450 lbs (2 people).. It will be set up in our house. Any recommendations? thanks…

    • bigman says:

      Hi Rosalinda, for an indoors king air mattress I would go with the Fox King Plush High found here on amazon.com. I like this air bed as it allows you to use the built in internal pump and if you ever lose power you can use an external battery powered pump to inflate it. While there’s no specified capacity on the product description, if you check out the questions section you can see that the manufacturer states them to be 750 lbs weight capacity airbeds. Hope this helps

  10. Chet Przygoda, Jr says:

    Do you have a heavy duty shower chair that raises to a height beyond the 20″ noted in the detail found herein? I am 6’3″, weigh 380 pounds (having lost more than 70 pounds recently due to a fractured lumbar vertabrate) I am in a rehab program. I have redone my shower stall in my condo to provide me with multiple faucets (two with extensions) and support bars. However, because of my back the higher the chair the better. I am looking for something more in the 30″ range (telescoped) to make it easy yet safe to sit down slowly and then get up slowly during the showering process. Please advise. I am an Amazon Prime Member too not that such a subscription should make any difference if you have the product I need. You may also recommend an alternative configuration if one is available for such an application. Thank you, Chet

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