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[Lowe's] 22" Little Giant Leveller Ladder $157.26

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[Lowe's] 22" Little Giant Leveller Ladder $157.26

Hi all,

I don't know if these are on clearance at this time but this is a great price for the Little Giant 22". This is the upgraded Leveller model with adjustable feet length and quick release.

I just bought the 17" ladder at costco for $169 which comes with far less features.

The main disadvantage of the 22" ladder is the added weight.

Anyways, this would be a great deal for someone out there that can use the extra length for a well rated multi-use ladder.

NOT suitable for professionals; but would be a great all rounder for the homeowner that doesn't want to store multiple ladders around.



** wow, reading the thread; people have strong feelings about their ladders **

Summary


costco ladder ~ $169 @ richmond hill costco in-store
- megalite 17"; weight ~ 30 lb, shorter, no quick adjustment (standard u locks to adjust height), no self leveller, more expensive
*** BUT LIGHTER AND SHORTER for transport
** backed by costco

Lowe's 22" ~ $157 @ lowe's in-store; can order online
- Leveller 22"; higher end version; weight ~ 40 lb
- feet have individual adjustment for uneven surfaces
- quick release adjusters for height
** longer and heavier; but more useful if you need the extra height

comparison
- my Canadian tire 6ft; aluminum step ladder
~ 20 lb


not everyone has space for a full extension ladder; I'm trying to Mari Kondo it out so I'm consolidating 2 ladders into 1. Trade off is that it's heavier but I'll be able to transport it around in my sedan.

The 22" seems a clear win IF the extra weight isn't a deal breaker for you.


Extra discounts

$10 off if you sign up for email / coupon

20% off if you buy over $300 in items; so buy 2 of the ladders and share with a friend.
Last edited by kleung21 on Nov 8th, 2019 1:27 pm, edited 6 times in total.
Thread Summary
Looks like this may be EXPIRED / YMMV at this point.

Sounds like some managd to pick it up at the discount price; but the new price has been raised back to $275.

IF you managed to pick it up at the discount price; hold onto it or you can pass it on to rfder as I'm sure there's a lot of interest in it at $157.
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vincentwjev wrote:
Nov 8th, 2019 3:07 am
can the 22in fit into midisze suv with second row down?
Yes, it's around 6-ft long.
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Dec 21, 2018
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SizzleChest wrote:
Nov 8th, 2019 3:11 am
Yes, it's around 6-ft long.
ok thanks . just bought one. gonna pick up at my local store tomrrow since the delivery is too expensive
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promo code SAVE if you bought for 300.00 of stuff. good deal.
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Thanks op
Last edited by timonwong on Nov 8th, 2019 7:22 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Aug 26, 2017
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timonwong wrote:
Nov 8th, 2019 5:46 am
Anyone want to split an order for the 20% off?

Comes to $142.16 after tax. Located in gta
PM'd you, I'd be interested.
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I've had one of these for about 10 years.

They're extremely well made but it is probably my least favourite ladder to use for just about anything because it weighs a million lbs.
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Feb 22, 2017
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At 22", it's definitely for a really little giant! :D
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rockxxxlee wrote:
Nov 8th, 2019 7:51 am
got mine from costco at 119.99
You sure it's the 22' model? I've only seen the 17 at Costco.
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Little did I know, how they defined the "22 ft"... yourself also involved.
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amsoil wrote:
Nov 8th, 2019 9:40 am
Little did I know, how they defined the "22 ft"... yourself also involved.
Wow that's deceptive. I don't normally order ladders online, got this one as it's perfect for a few use case at home, but is that how height is normally defined?
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BinaryJay wrote:
Nov 8th, 2019 7:36 am
I've had one of these for about 10 years.

They're extremely well made but it is probably my least favourite ladder to use for just about anything because it weighs a million lbs.
Thanks for sharing, that was one of my concerns...

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