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Discussion in '[H]ot|DEALS' started by Not_So_Hard, Jun 10, 2014.
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.
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.
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.
I'd grab but weight limit not enough
Thanks OP bought it with the little side steps for it.
Ditto, although they are even heavier than 22' ladders due to the extra equipment obviously, so compact but weighty.
sorry, but no...
Perfectly safe. Check em out at Lowes, there is no question when its locked or not. No guesswork involved, and crazy sturdy.
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.
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
That bitch has a nice house.
Little Giants have welded rungs, whereas Werners are riveted.
Werners are heavier. Both are narrow compared to conventional stepladders.
Its not her house. That's the polish maid. She just washes the windows and slops the hogs.