Little Giant Velocity Ladder, 22' 1A (300 lb), Amazon Today Only $199, Tomorrow $320

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  1. Not_So_Hard

    Not_So_Hard Limp Gawd

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  2. lyang238

    lyang238 Gawd

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    Damn good ass deal. Home depot had this for $190 but they are all backordered. I was able to get the newer revolution for $200.
     
  3. EzeroMobile50K

    EzeroMobile50K Limp Gawd

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    Got one the last time they were on sale. Absolutely love it. Fantastic ladder. Sturdy and versatile. It is easily adjusted by one person via 2 sets of locking mechanisms. Light enough for me to carry around without the wheels. I'm not an old man or a woman though.
     
  4. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics I don't get it

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    Or you could get the Werner brand version of the ladder at home depot or lowes for cheaper than that when it's not on sale.

    Picked up a 17ft one on black friday, I was completely oblivious to it being black friday and just walked into a home depot and was handed a flyer (wasn't that many people there) and saw the ladder for $89, well had to do it!

    It is a great ladder in that it's sturdy and you can adjust it to different sizes or configurations or to match the level of the ground. Downsize, it's a heavy fucking ladder, it's basically two beefy ladders in one.
     
  5. TechLarry

    TechLarry Can't find the G Spot

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    I'd grab but weight limit not enough :(
     
  6. martinje

    martinje [H]ard|Gawd

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    Thanks OP bought it with the little side steps for it.
     
  7. Ducman69

    Ducman69 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Ditto, although they are even heavier than 22' ladders due to the extra equipment obviously, so compact but weighty.
    http://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-Roy...=UTF8&qid=1402415690&sr=8-3&keywords=slimfast :p
     
  8. mope54

    mope54 [H]ardness Supreme

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    sorry, but no...
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  9. Ducman69

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    Perfectly safe. Check em out at Lowes, there is no question when its locked or not. No guesswork involved, and crazy sturdy.
     
  10. squishy

    squishy [H]ard|Gawd

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    Yep, I have a 22' Revolution and I absolutely love it. Perfectly stable. My house has 30' outside walls and 20+ foot ceilings, so this was an absolute must for me. I live on the side of a mountain, so the leg leveler is a must have as well.

    Can't say enough good things about this ladder, I use it all the time.
     
  11. mope54

    mope54 [H]ardness Supreme

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    The feet don't articulate and you can see in the picture I posted that she doesn't have the feet in full contact with the ground.

    Contrast that with this picture
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  12. TheToE!

    TheToE! [H] Brewmaster

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    That bitch has a nice house.
     
  13. bloodypulp

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    Little Giants have welded rungs, whereas Werners are riveted.
    Werners are heavier. Both are narrow compared to conventional stepladders.
     
  14. DPI

    DPI Nitpick Police

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    Its not her house. That's the polish maid. She just washes the windows and slops the hogs.
     
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