Little Giant 17’ Ladder with AirDeck

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Little Giant 17’ Ladder with AirDeck
Price: $144.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Friday, Mar 11 to Wednesday, Mar 16) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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I’ve never seen a ladder quite like this one! A 17 ft. extension ladder is priced about where this very versatile one is. The inner/outer ladder feature gives an added strength and security to the base, and most folding/extension ladders I’ve looked at were rated at much less than the 250 pounds for this one. If it were just a bit longer in the extension, it would be a no-brainer for me, but I’m going to have to do a quick measuring of my eaves to make sure I can reach my roof with it before I buy.

Is this the same Alta-One ladder that was sold Feb 22nd?

I paid $180 +tax/shipping for that one. This one is significantly cheaper!

[MOD: The one you linked is NEW. This is refurbished.]

I mean, this one is a refurb, so I’d expect it to be cheaper. Very tempting…

That’s a different ladder, the Costco one is rated for 300 lbs, this one is 250 lbs.

I bought one of these a while back, I love, it but wish I would’ve gotten the 22’ instead. If you’re on the fence about getting this one or a taller one, definitely get the taller one.

The Little Giant ladders are very versatile, but they are heavy as well. Just wanted people to be aware.

Unless you’re short…If you’re like 5’ tall, the benefits of the taller ladder diminish because it will be pretty unweildy for you to manipulate. Yes, if you need a 19’ ladder, get a 19’ ladder. But just be aware that your ability to manipulate these confidently is significantly improved if hinge point of the ladder can be positioned at or below shoulder height. Higher than that, and it is difficult for you to control the speed at which the top portion falls down on you. I have the 23’ version, and I can manage it on my own, but it is difficult.

Does the concept of a ‘refurbished’ ladder worry anyone else? I think if you are 17" in the air, your going to want the comfort of knowing there was nothing wrong with your ladder. Suck it up and spend $30 more for a new one. It’s better then $3k in hospital bills

Yes, the “refurbished” bothers me too much to even remotely consider buying this ladder.

That’s very helpful moderators. Thanks.