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Pro-Series Scaffolding & Building Equipment: Roll & Fold Mini Scaffold EXPIRED

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I have the 6'x6'x29" scaffold from HD,.... bought it a couple years ago (SD). It's worked fine for paint jobs (what I bought it for); pretty sturdy even when at it's highest platform point and having a 200+ lb person on it.

FWIW though, the HD version is eerily similar to the HF version [harborfreight.com] which can be had for $160 AC any day of the week. I haven't personally interchanged any of the parts, but the look and assembly of both is similar, so are the options (e.g. you can stack 2 of these to get to higher points, and the railings and outriggers for both the HD and HF version are again identical).
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put HD in title
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I have the 6'x6'x29" scaffold from HD,.... bought it a couple years ago (SD). It's worked fine for paint jobs (what I bought it for); pretty sturdy even when at it's highest platform point and having a 200+ lb person on it.

FWIW though, the HD version is eerily similar to the HF version [harborfreight.com] which can be had for $160 AC any day of the week. I haven't personally interchanged any of the parts, but the look and assembly of both is similar, so are the options (e.g. you can stack 2 of these to get to higher points, and the railings and outriggers for both the HD and HF version are again identical).
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I have the pro mini and isn't as useful as I thought it would be. I'd rather just use a ladder which gives me more height, is easier to maneuver, and feels more stable.
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Hopefully I can fit a few of these in my Pinto.
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High Definition?
I don't see what any of this has to do with 1080p...
You wouldn't want to see your life flashing before your eyes in HD as you plunge to your death? EEK!
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I don't see what any of this has to do with 1080p...
Well for the slow - Home Depot so we know where it's being sold.
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I have the 6'x6'x29" scaffold from HD,.... bought it a couple years ago (SD). It's worked fine for paint jobs (what I bought it for); pretty sturdy even when at it's highest platform point and having a 200+ lb person on it.

FWIW though, the HD version is eerily similar to the HF version [harborfreight.com] which can be had for $160 AC any day of the week. I haven't personally interchanged any of the parts, but the look and assembly of both is similar, so are the options (e.g. you can stack 2 of these to get to higher points, and the railings and outriggers for both the HD and HF version are again identical).
IIRC from the past times that this deal, or a very similar one, has been posted you are probably correct about the items being similar to those from other stores and better prices can probably be found at Harbor Freight or Northern Tool for similar products, especially after applying coupons.
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Three years ago I bought that exact same drywall lift off of Amazon for $139 with free shipping. Used it for six months while I did my basement remodel and then sold it for $140 on Craigslist in an hour. Had enough calls that I could have sold a dozen of them.

I'm not sure that $219 is a good price on that lift.
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Three years ago I bought that exact same drywall lift off of Amazon for $139 with free shipping. Used it for six months while I did my basement remodel and then sold it for $140 on Craigslist in an hour. Had enough calls that I could have sold a dozen of them.

I'm not sure that $219 is a good price on that lift.
Agree, of all the items the lift seems to be the least slick deal... $140-150 would be slick.
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in for one. thanks.
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Which item is FP worthy? I was reading the reviews on $73 one and someone said they got it for $79 presumably the normal price. Another said it was $65 on BF. Another said to get the beefier Werner for $99 normal price. If normal price is $99, then $73 would be FP worthy. If normal price is $79, it's only a 10% discount. FP should be 25% or more discount. IMHO.
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Hopefully I can fit a few of these in my Pinto.
Only if it's a '72 Pinto hatchback and you have all the hubcaps for it.
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