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Woot.com [woot.com] has Little Giant King Kombo 3-in-1 Fiberglass Ladder (375-Lb Rating, Max Reach 11' 4")
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The 3-in-1 Little Giant King Kombo all-access fiberglass ladder is the world's first stepladder, extension ladder, and lean-to ladder in one lightweight, affordable package.
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that doesn't look like you'd be able to stand on the 6th "step" at all... anybody have one and use the top? seems like balance would be really off.
the "extension" layout seems useless on this too. it's only giving you 2 additional steps above a 6ft aframe.
And you can't even stand on the extension, it's just there to lean against a wall. Totally useless
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Perfect ladder to do side jobs in my car
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Max reach 11' 4"
"Reach" is just a marketing term. This is a 5' step ladder that converts into an 8' extension ladder.

Full specs here: https://info.littlegiantladders.c.../13580-031
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And you can't even stand on the extension, it's just there to lean against a wall. Totally useless
Why are you being such a debby downer on something you've never used...
Being able to stand on the "top step" of a 5' ladder is an advantage in some cases where as you aren't supposed to be above the 3rd step on a traditional 5' ladder.
I would also bet money that this ladder rated for 375 pounds is much more reliable than a 30 year old aluminum ladder and much safer as fiberglass tends to be when around electrical...something a homeowner can get into when changing a lamp or a fixture.
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Just looking at the pictures on woot it looks like a four-step step ladder with half of it being able to swing up so that you could theoretically go up against the wall better, but that's about it

I have a crappy 30 year old metal 5 foot ladder that I was looking to upgrade from but this is not going to be an upgrade
Everyone is entitled to their opinion but having used both types of ladders I will respectfully disagree. This little ladder is soo functional and allows you to climb in places you wouldn't dream of (or physically just couldn't reach) with a regular step ladder. There is a reason that professionals have these types of ladders on their trucks.

If all you're doing is placing a ladder on flat surfaces and that's fine for you, then keep your old janky stepladder and keep using that as this is not an upgrade and if anything is a small downgrade since it is heavier, a little more difficult to set up, etc...but please don't spam here with your ignorant and misleading comments which could prevent others from making an informed purchase.
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Seems expensive for an 8ft ladder
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in for one. I read through the comments mostly to see if the price was good.
in my experience little giant always have a bit of fit and finish which is loads better than its imitators. (gorilla, anyone?) This is perfect for most of the work I do.
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So what no one has said. Is this a decent 'first' ladder for new homeowner to get? 1 story house
edit: I'm going with no. this is a glorified step ladder
If you can spare the scratch, this is the one I'd get. https://www.amazon.com/Little-151...4733&psc=1 It has the same weight rating and 8ft telescoping so it's super easy to manage. It's on my wish list for my next project. I wish it was invented when I bought my home.
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Price is typical for this type of ladder, check homedepot
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It is a step ladder and an extension ladder, what is the third part of the 3-in-1 that I am missing?
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Last edited by RacerXXY September 2, 2020 at 08:39 AM. Reason: spelling
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So, is this the Technical or the Professional? The description says it has the Ground Cue. I thought that was on the Technical but not the Professional.
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With regards to the comments on whether or not this would be a good 'first ladder' for a new homeowner...
I definitely think so, but like others have mentioned--it depends on what kind of DIY'er you are. If you aren't using a ladder often, that's your indication that this may not be a reasonable splurge ~50% over a standard A frame werner.
OTOH.. If you are doing any sort of painting/electrical work/patch work/trim work... the cornering feature of this ladder is amazing imo. I've just completed repainting and hanging crown molding throughout my entire house, really wish i had this.

The maneuverability and flexibility of this ladder would be great for a first ladder. And that's the key right there-- you will likely need more than this one if you are wanting to do exterior work.
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It is a step ladder and an extension ladder, what is the third part of the 3-in-1 that I am missing?
From the description (step, extension, lean-to):

"The 3-in-1 Little Giant King Kombo all-access fiberglass ladder is the world's first stepladder, extension ladder, and lean-to ladder in one lightweight, affordable package."

https://youtu.be/kn23wRufDss
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From the description (step, extension, lean-to):

"The 3-in-1 Little Giant King Kombo all-access fiberglass ladder is the world's first stepladder, extension ladder, and lean-to ladder in one lightweight, affordable package."

https://youtu.be/kn23wRufDss
Thanks, I didn't know a Lean-to ladder was different then an extension ladder. After watching that video I think the corner deal that flips in and out is the big selling point of this ladder.
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You would be better off with a 17' gorilla ladder or Little Giant. Always subtract 3 or 4ft in advertised reach for realistic real world extension.
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