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[Costco] Little Giant 17 ft ladder $99.97 (Ottawa, YMMV)

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[Costco] Little Giant 17 ft ladder $99.97 (Ottawa, YMMV)

I didn't buy it, can anyone that has it chime in with their experience? Saw at barhaven costco in ottawa.
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It’s normally $200 and I have used it a lot for two years at my house renovating. I rather like it. Fully extended to get on my roof I don’t like the flex in the bend arm portion but that’s likely just a comfort thing.

I am happy with the ladder and use it a lot. The split two ladder thing is not really the best but works.
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Anyone seen the price in Vancouver?
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Need to check this price locally, would be a great pick up
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That is a steal for a Type 1A. Anyone see this in GTA?
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Killer find. I need two of them but in gta. Hopefully some stock around here.
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Jun 17, 2010
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Paid full price for mine at costco (slightly under $200). I would highly recommend it for this price, and even at full price. The one negative is that it is very heavy (not a complaint because the design makes it necessary). But the versatility is great and I've never used a sturdier A-Frame.
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Can never look at these types of ladders without remembering this classic:



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Have never seen in Markham or Pickering, has anyone else seen in GTA?
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This 2-in-1 is a useful ladder for rare cases, but if you use it more often you'll find it extremely heavy and uncomfortable.
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zemonti wrote: This 2-in-1 is a useful ladder for rare cases, but if you use it more often you'll find it extremely heavy and uncomfortable.
I have seen this ladder in the past at the Richmond Hill Costco. If someone can confirm the price there now that would be great.
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I bought the 17' model used with the work platforms and leg-lengthener (to work on uneven surfaces). I love it. The most versatile ladder I've ever owned. If I have one complaint, it's that I should have bought the 21' model. On several occasions I've found it to be just a bit too short for my needs. (mostly things like putting up Christmas lights, accessing things in the roof of the garage etc.)
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called richmond hill location and they said no units; no units across GTA :(

Anyone coming from Ottawa to Toronto and want to make some money?? lol PM Me - I'm serious
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Tapout123 wrote: I bought the 17' model used with the work platforms and leg-lengthener (to work on uneven surfaces). I love it. The most versatile ladder I've ever owned. If I have one complaint, it's that I should have bought the 21' model. On several occasions I've found it to be just a bit too short for my needs. (mostly things like putting up Christmas lights, accessing things in the roof of the garage etc.)
+1

I love mine too and wish I also bought a longer one. But i love my Little Giant. I used it at least 100x by now in one year.

- hanging xmas decorations inside the house up high
- hanging Halloween decorations outside in front up high where no one would think of (spider webs, etc)
- had to alter the height of my dining room lamp in the middle of a room. A non-A shape ladder wouldn't be able to do that because how would you lean against something in the middle of a room?

I love if you dont need the height, you just take the middle main part, its lighter and a one person job. Then bring the two attachment legs if you need more.
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tnx OP. Got one. Costco cashiers said it was a fantastic deal as well.
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springbok wrote: tnx OP. Got one. Costco cashiers said it was a fantastic deal as well.
Mind me asking where you found it?
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Bought one, like the fact it has wheels on one side (was half worried about having to lug it all over the place).

Thanks OP.
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Can those who bought one please let us know where you got it?
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Polymertank wrote: Mind me asking where you found it?
Okotoks, AB location.
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Thanks OP! Grabbed one at barhaven Costco. 5+ ladders remaining.

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