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Select Stores: Gorilla Ladders 18' Reach MPX Aluminum Multi-Position Ladder EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has Gorilla Ladders 18' Reach 375 lb. Capacity MPX Aluminum Multi-Position Ladder (Type IAA Duty Rating, GLMPX-17) on sale for $88.88. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks jungleking

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Home Depot has the 18 ft. Reach MPX Aluminum Multi-Position Ladder with 375 lb or 300 lb Load Capacity Type IAA/IA Duty Rating models on sale for $88.88. Pickup in store if available for 375lb model or 1 Day Free Shipping for the 300lb model. The 300lb is listed on the black friday ad for $99.

375lb model: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Goril.../304151544

300lb model: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Goril.../309832564
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See if your store will price match a model with wheels! This is a great ladder but it weighs a lot so lugging it around to the place you need to expand it can be a chore.
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The 375 lb one. I looked a bit more into it and it looks like between the time of adding it to my cart and checkout they probably sold out in my area and therefore aren't offering local delivery.
The 375lb model is only Express Delivery which I think charges an extra $45 if available within your area. Your best bet is to look for store pickup around your area for the 375 model. I was able to successfully do that around the Sacramento, CA area.
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See if your store will price match a model with wheels! This is a great ladder but it weighs a lot so lugging it around to the place you need to expand it can be a chore.
If price matching doesnt work and you absolutly need wheels, this can be an option for those interested: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Goril.../303816933
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Does this work on uneven surfaces?
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Agree with the rest of you, waiting on 22 foot 375lbs version for $99 like last year. Love it except its heavy.
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Yeah, I am wanting the Gorilla out of all the brands. The Werner is 5.6lb heavier and harder to use as you pointed out.

I bought the 22 ft little giant that is on sale from lowes for $159, and have not opened it in case this one goes on sale for a good price.
the leveler feet are absolutely amazing though. i wouldn't trade them for anything the Gorilla has to offer. i have one from last years deal, absolutely love the levelers. i do a lot of outdoors work with it, uneven ground stabilization is a dream... no more grabbing 2x4s and plywood!!!
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Does this work on uneven surfaces?
This one does not. This one is on sale at Lowes and can be an option if you absolutely need that ability albeit higher price: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Little-G...1000386349
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See if your store will price match a model with wheels! This is a great ladder but it weighs a lot so lugging it around to the place you need to expand it can be a chore.
it's only 30-34lbs (depending on the model), it's really not that bad... i have a Little Giant lever version of this for about a year, with wheels, haven't once used the wheels.
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Agree with the rest of you, waiting on 22 foot 375lbs version for $99 like last year. Love it except its heavy.
If you have a need for a 22 footer (double story house etc.) then you should definitely wait for that deal. I think the 18 footer can serve a single story home in many ways. I have the following uses for this:

1. Getting on my roof to clean gutters. My current 6ft aluminum ladder cannot do that.
2. Getting to my security cameras about 18ft high on the side of my house under the eaves to clean etc.
3. I have vaulted ceilings so getting up high in areas where I have ability to store things.
4. Going into my attic which my current 6ft ladder was very difficult to use.

Just some examples where an 18ft model would be great since its a smallest one that will allow me to do everything without the additional lbs to carry around.
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If you have a need for a 22 footer (double story house etc.) then you should definitely wait for that deal. I think the 18 footer can serve a single story home in many ways. I have the following uses for this:

1. Getting on my roof to clean gutters. My current 6ft aluminum ladder cannot do that.
2. Getting to my security cameras about 18ft high on the side of my house under the eaves to clean etc.
3. I have vaulted ceilings so getting up high in areas where I have ability to store things.
4. Going into my attic which my current 6ft ladder was very difficult to use.

Just some examples where an 18ft model would be great since its a smallest one that will allow me to do everything without the additional lbs to carry around.
I need it for a church with 20+ foot ceiling, otherwise I completely agree with you.
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Interesting to me how they market these folding ladders with their "reach" instead of the actual height like most A-frame ladders would be advertised. The "18 ft" ladder is actually only 14' 10", and they get the 18ft from how high the average person should be able to reach. Even though they title it with reach and not height, it still seems a little shady to me.
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Thanks for posting this. I've seen nothing but great reviews. I'm a short person renovating their grandmother's house, and this will definitely come in handy (even if I do have to travel a bit to pick it up!)
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This is a rocking deal, definitely wish the 22' was on sale, but getting the 375lb for $88 is fantastic.

"18ft Reach" is kind of scammy though, so make sure you know what you are getting.
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This is a rocking deal, definitely wish the 22' was on sale, but getting the 375lb for $88 is fantastic.
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This is a rocking deal, definitely wish the 22' was on sale, but getting the 375lb for $88 is fantastic.

"18ft Reach" is kind of scammy though, so make sure you know what you are getting.
These multi position ladders are all advertised like that. While I dont like that practice I find it helpful to know that all others, Little Giant, Werner, Franklin etc. do this same thing. You are right, one must know how high they need to reach. For a single story home (I have one that is super high pitched) this would be perfect in almost all scenarios.
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See if your store will price match a model with wheels! This is a great ladder but it weighs a lot so lugging it around to the place you need to expand it can be a chore.
How would you go about trying to get them to price match a different item?
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