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NightGhost wrote:Product Website
Actually, it's not the revolution model, since it's rated for 250lbs and weighs 39lbs. It's the Type 1. If it was the $400 Revolution this would be the woot of the century. Alas it is their cheapest model, however I'm sure it's still great. I'm wavering - I really want it but I've hit my woot budget for the month.
Timing is everything - especially when wOOting!
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I'm 5' and 95 pounds. I have the 15' and the new 13' step one with wheels and they are the BEST ladders made. I can handle them by myself, tho it takes a little bit of doing. I really love the stability, and the way you can configure them for various projects. Even outside if I need to do a full extension to trim palm fronds from uneven ground, I feel very confident and comfortable about standing on it. If I had the extra $$ I would snap up the 19; in a heartbeat. THESE ARE GREAT ladders!
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Little Giant comparison chart:
Woot is selling a Type 1 Model 22 ladder. If you count Woot's $5 shipping cost, you are saving $85 in buying this refurbished ladder instead of purchasing it new directly from Little Giant.
I'm in for one.
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