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12.5 ft OxGord Heavy Duty Aluminum Folding Ladder for $64.99 + Free Shipping

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Tanga [tanga.com] has 12.5 ft OxGord Heavy Duty Aluminum Folding Ladder for $64.99. Shipping is free.
  • Can be used 7 different ways
  • Anti-corrosive protection, Multi-purpose hinges
  • Safety locks, 4ft x 3ft
  • Includes: One (1) multi-purpose aluminum folding ladder, instructions
  • Length: 15 Feet
  • Height: 12.5 ft – 3.33 ft Folded – Unfolded: 21 × 15 × 6 inches
  • Built for a maximum load of 350 lbs. (160kg)
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Thanks, seems to be in line with other deals I've seen on the FP
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so many thumbs up... can anyone comment on this brands quality
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I've had this ladder since last summer.
it has been the same price since then. so not really a slick deal other than a good price.

ladder works really well. the latches to unlock the bends are sturdy and require some effort to push them down. you can collapse it in half or down to 4s to store. it has some weight to it, fiance has trouble moving it out of a room or down steps (read: I move it for her)

the actually steps are kinda thin (still great and solid with grips), a lot of pressure on your foot so wear sturdy shoes or boots to avoid your feet
getting sore.

box it was shipped in had seen better days but it is a bully ladder. a bit of assembly is required for the floor braces.

edit: for clarity, I bought this ladder from Tanga last year.
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I owed it for 2 years. It's a great compact ladder. Didn't too much garage space and get the work done with cheap price. Tho it feels wiggly when expanded all the way up.
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Every time these ladders are on here I immediately remember this amazing video from the home shopping network.

https://youtu.be/6ZhMfzc9RbU


I lol every darned time I watch it.
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looks like the same one here for $55 w/ free shipping.

https://www.rakuten.com/prod/p/q/...d=23256318
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Quote from Jawton
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Every time these ladders are on here I immediately remember this amazing video from the home shopping network.

https://youtu.be/6ZhMfzc9RbU


I lol every darned time I watch it.
Ladders are one thing I dont cheap out on.. since a cheap ladder cost me about
$25000(and a lifetime of scars and residual pain) a few years back when it failed and I shattered my arm.

Fyi it was one of those type II warner 6ft stepladders that failed.. Crumpled like tin foil.
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