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Introducing: The Next-Step Stool

The Next-Step Stool is the first customizable product in its class. It is super compact, a practical step stool solution that adapts to your family’s ever-changing needs.

A stable, well-designed, adjustable step stool that adapts to user needs as they change with age. It eases safety concerns while focusing on convenience and space-optimization

A practical and stowable solution for almost any area of your home –  the bathroom, kitchen, closet or garage. Nearly 90% of people prefer the Next-Step Stool to its competitors.

Geek insider, geekinsider, geekinsider. Com,, introducing: the next-step stool, living

Always Accessible But Stays Out Of The Way.

  • Customizable to focus on safety: Use 1 or 2 steps depending on your needs
  • Each step provides a 100% barrier-free platform so there are no limits to functionality
  • Non-obstructive to its environment to prevent stubbing or tripping
  • Anti-tipping design provides a higher level of safety never seen before

Here are some bullet points to explain further:

  • MATERIAL: The Next-Step Stool is made of ONLY FSC-Certified wood products, to minimize our environmental impact.
  • WEIGHT: The Next-Step Stool weighs about 10 pounds, which is 50% lighter than most toddler towers available.

Aha! Solutions, Inc. is a business that was started in 2019 to help solve real, repetitive problems in the real world and daily life. Its first product, the Next-Step Stool, is a revolutionary step stool that boasts 3 unique features while putting safety above all: it is stylish, it is compact, and it is easily adaptable to any area by any user.

  • TECHNICAL SPECS: The Next-Step Stool folds up to a depth of 4 inches. The lower step is 7 inches above the ground, and the upper step is 13 inches from the ground.
  • WARRANTY: Limited 1 year warranty included. Covers any manufacturing defects but does not include normal wear and tear, or defects caused by improper usage.

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