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Sears.com has 19' Little Giant M22 Type 1 Aluminum Ladder (10303S) on sale for $139.97. Select in-store pickup option. Thanks bxgirl
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Sears has

Little Giant Ladders Alta-One Model 22 for $140. Regularly $280.

Free in store pick-up at Sears. HERE [sears.com]


Walmart has it for $195 HERE [walmart.com].

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FWIW ... at Lowes the Werner version, the MT-22, a 22' - 300-lb multi-position ladder is $149 ... I used a $20 off $100 and gift cards for a $30 savings.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Werner-22-ft-Aluminum-300-lb-Telescoping-Type-Ia-Multi-Position-Ladder/5044... [lowes.com]
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Just FYI, 250lb limit
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No idea why people are TD'ing this. This is a great ladder at a great price. I already own one, but I'm seeing $10 in surprise points and $11.40 SYWR back. The only downside to this ladder for me, as many reviews point out, is that it's a heavy ladder so not everyone will be able to move this around easily.
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Looks like a decent deals. Please add Sears link instead of Walmart
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Had $12 in surprise points, so $138 with tax. Local store had 3 left
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Just FYI, 250lb limit
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This should be front page. Great deal. I was about to buy a used one on OfferUp last week for 140.
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The extra weight is worth the versatility and the safety,
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If you research each model number at both Sears and Walmart I believe you will find that the Walmart model includes the work platform attachment. However, it is still cheaper to purchase through Sears and order the platform separately if you actually need it.
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Hot buy =(
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If your weigh is more than 175lbs, consider something else. At max extension, it flexes like crazy.

Good ladder if you do not use it to the max extension.
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Just FYI, 250lb limit
Thanks for pointing that out. I had thought all Little Giants were IA and might not have caught it.

Given that a ladder is supposed to hold the combined weight of a person, tools, and whatever they're carrying (lumber, etc.) I always wonder who exactly buys these? Even a small adult usually weighs around 130lbs. When I was a 6'2" skinny teen, I clocked in at just shy of 200. I'm not skinny anymore lol (Nor are most Americans.)

Unless you are sure you'll never put on weight (how un-American lol), never lend it to a friend, never let someone else climb it, never have to carry anything heavy up it, etc...250lbs just seems too low.
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If your weigh is more than 175lbs, consider something else. At max extension, it flexes like crazy.

Good ladder if you do not use it to the max extension.
Yeah, this type is really better as an A frame when you need to put it flat against the wall or on uneven levels. I forget which model I have, but it's pretty solid as an A frame for both uses.
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FWIW ... at Lowes the Werner version, the MT-22, a 22' - 300-lb multi-position ladder is $149 ... I used a $20 off $100 and gift cards for a $30 savings.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Werner-22-ft-Aluminum-300-lb-Telescoping-Type-Ia-Multi-Position-Ladder/5044... [lowes.com]
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just curious, what makes this better than the 22ft one at menards for $119.
https://www.menards.com/main/pain...276099.htm
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