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Little Giant Ladders Multi M22 Aluminum 22-ft Reach Type 1A - 300 lbs. for $149

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Little Giant Ladders Multi M22 Aluminum 22-ft Reach Type 1A - 300 lbs. Capacity Telescoping Multi-position. From $214 to $149.

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Having the right ladder for the job is crucial to your project's success. If you are looking for a versatile ladder that will help you get the job done time after time, the Multi™ is the ladder for you. The Multi meets or exceeds all OSHA and ANSI standards, and is available in ANSI IA and IAA ratings. The IA ladder will hold up to 300 lbs., and in A-frame, will hold up to 300 lbs. on both sides. The IAA ladder holds up to 375 lbs., and when placed in A-frame, holds that much on both sides.
  • Maximum reach of 22-ft in extension ladder position (assuming a 5 ft 6 in person with a vertical 12 in reach)
  • Convert from A-frame to extension, 90-degree or trestle-and-plank scaffolding with ease. the ladder's Rapid Lock® adjusters make transitioning from position to position fast and convenient
  • The wide-flared stabilizing legs increase side-tip stability, so you can feel more stable atop the ladder
  • Features Little Giant's new spring-assisted Rapid Lock adjustments, which are easier to adjust than manual U-locks
  • Made from lightweight aluminum, the Multi weighs 38 lbs., making it easy to transport, and move your ladder with ease
  • Type IA ladder is designed for extra heavy-duty use, supporting up to 300-lbs on each side
  • ANSI, OSHA certified
  • Little Giant's Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Step ladder max height: 9 feet
Extension ladder max length: 19 feet
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I have a smaller version of this and its heavy when you're working and have to move it around all day. That said its a good well built ladder. My 2 complaints are:

1) When you extend it in A frame position and you're standing on the single ladder rung for a while it kills my feet. If its got both rungs lined up on the step your working on its very comfortable to work on.

2) Its not super easy to move it with 1 hand while you're working and holding stuff in the other hand.

It's a good 2 in 1 option but its not my go to ladder.
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Quote from Loudog504 :
I have a smaller version of this and its heavy when you're working and have to move it around all day. That said its a good well built ladder. My 2 complaints are:

1) When you extend it in A frame position and you're standing on the single ladder rung for a while it kills my feet. If its got both rungs lined up on the step your working on its very comfortable to work on.

2) Its not super easy to move it with 1 hand while you're working and holding stuff in the other hand.

It's a good 2 in 1 option but its not my go to ladder.
agreed, I have this and it's just really heavy but is the most useful as I haven't bought a smaller ladder. Also i'm not the strongest dude so extending all the way for a normal flat ladder is really unweidly to use. Like it's too heavy up top which makes for awkward positioning like when I want to get up on the roof.
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agreed, I have this and it's just really heavy but is the most useful as I haven't bought a smaller ladder. Also i'm not the strongest dude so extending all the way for a normal flat ladder is really unweidly to use. Like it's too heavy up top which makes for awkward positioning like when I want to get up on the roof.
Yeah, 38 pounds is no joke when you're getting tired and working in the heat lol.

I think the main problem with the weight is the distribution. Fiberglass ladders most of the weight is on the side with the steps so when you go to move it all the weight is on one side and makes it easier to move. With these the weight is evenly distributed on both side so it makes it much hard to move with 1 hand. That's in "A" Frame mode at least. I've never used it in full extension mode but the weight cant make it any easier id imagine.
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I would. But only because its #375 (vs. only #300 for LittleG) However I have used all these brands and you can't go wrong.
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OOS all around me. 😢😢
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I bought this last October on sale for $99 and I love it. It's heavy and bulky but was wroth it at that price. I'd buy it again at this price if I definitely need it.
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Also just wanted to comment, i have had very little luck with the little giant accessories. I tried to use the trestle attachment to help painting but they're so hard to install and use, might as well not.
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I got this last November for ~$115 and have found it to be a major pain in the ass to set up and use in extension mode and too heavy and uncomfortable to replace a standard A frame for indoor work. I avoid using it unless I absolutely need to. The only redeeming quality this ladder has is it's compact profile for storage, which for an extension ladder can be a deal breaker.
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I have this ladder from Home Depot's black friday sale years ago. Love it.

PROS: good reach either extended, or not. In my view the 18' version would be way too short when not extended, to be of much use. Sturdy, well built - solid engaging locks for extension and hinge.

CONS: Weight, which does make it a bit of a job to extend. But I'm ok with that tradeoff for the versatility.
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Yes, I would recommend the Werner. I bought this from HD when it was on sale for $99 awhile back. While I typically don't have many needs for this type of ladder it has come in handy and I'm glad that I made the purchase. Great quality!
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"Little Giant" but the rungs are the size of "Little Twigs". What don't they give you more than an inch of rung?
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