Funny, I just watched a 1/2 hour infomercial on them this morning. I'd also like to know if anybody has one. I picked up a cheap knockoff of them at HD, but it doesn't have as many positions as the Little Giant. I wish I had my money back.
Yes...them. Of course I would never use one on the job. I'd look like Harry Homeowner. I carry a 4' and 6' fibreglass. But when I AM Harry at home, and I need to paint stairs or something, they work great
I bought one a good 20 years ago when I had a booth at a homeshow and there was a booth showing the Little Giant ladders right by my booth. I was totally impressed and picked one up about an hour before the show ended. That was the only time they were at the homeshows so I was glad I did get it. They are a little heavy but they are great for having around as a ladder you can just throw in a truck if you might be just running out on a bid if its not your normal work truck with every ladder on it. For around the house thaey are great. I never really used them for the legs for short scaffold being I didnt know I could. I grabbed it an tried it when I saw the infomercial showing that use. Yep it works but took a little looking at it to see how, the newer ones may be set up a little better for doing that tho. I think I got a lot better price back then , not really sure but I think it was around $165.00 but dont quote me on that . I just know I thought it was a little pricy at that time but I have never regreted buying it. I had many times when I would throw it in the blazer or chevy luv to just go out and look at something then to take a service truck, It was nice that way being as long as it wasnt a two story you could use it looking in a house or to check out the flu on the roof. Its not one that you would use all the time day in day out on installs like the three leg ones we use but as a back up or for a vehical without a ladder rack for hauling an extension ladder their great. I LIKE MINE but thats just me lol.