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Little Giant 10103LGW Ladder System 22- Foot 300-Pound Work Platform, With Hinge and Tip and Glide Wheels
List Price: $569.99

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Product Description

Little Giant ladders are strong, safe, and versatile.

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Look high and low, but you're not going to find a better ladder than this one. Not only is it incredibly stable when extended, it takes the place of seven ladders and two trestles, and you won't even break a sweat converting it. Two outer ladders telescope over the inner unit, and a locking center hinge on the inner ladder makes the A-frame possible without spreader bars or braces. The locking assembly was smooth and positive in our trials; the inner ladder slid freely and easily. Transforming the ladder from one configuration to another was no struggle at all. The inner and outer side rails are made of aircraft-grade aluminum; slip-resistant rungs and feet made us feel like we hadn't left the ground. Yes, it costs a bit more than other ladders, but you get what you pay for. This ladder will last a lifetime, and it's the only one you'll ever need. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste

Features:
  • 22-foot ladder system with work platform; 300-pound workload capacity
  • 2 ladders in one: 11-19 feet extension ladder, 5-9 feet stepladder
  • Constructed of heavy-wall 6005-T5 aircraft-quality aluminum
  • Includes work platform
  • 22 feet tall; 42 pounds; stores in less than 6-feet of space; lifetime conditional warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • Expensive for no reason!
    This ladder is expensive because of the commercial hype.
    There are other multipurpose ladders in this site (i.e Louisville,others)that are less expensive and have same brand recognition and features than Little Giant....more info
  • Advertized Ship Date Not Accurate
    Amazon advertizes in the product description that "Orders placed before noon ship out the same day; average delivery time is about 1 week or less". I've had to wait nearly a week even before the scheduled ship date. Seems like the wait for this product will be closer to two weeks (or more). If you're in a hurry for this ladder, this may not be the best solution.
    Wing Little Giant Ladder System 22- Foot 300-Pound Work Platform, With Hinge and Tip and Glide Wheels #10103LGW...more info
  • Great ladder, waaaaaaaay too overpriced!
    I had already written a review on this ladder system, but for some reason it was erased.
    It's been almost a year since I bought my gorilla ladders (the generic home depot version of the little giant) & I could not be happier about it, I use my ladders day in & day out & they really perform in the same way as the little giant, those ppl who say that nothing compares to the little giant don't know anything about ladders, the gorilla ladder is also rated 1A 300 LB and it makes for a better scaffolding base thanks to the hinges that come included with the ladder, my gorilla ladder(Extension Height: 11'-19'Stepladder Height: 5'-9') + my extendable aluminum plank (8'-13') was cheaper than the little giant!, about $340.00 all together, I was so satisfied with my first ladder that I bought a second one! (Extension height 9 feet to 15 feet, stepladder height 4 feet to 7 feet), I climb a ladder at least 4-5 times a day as I do home remodeling for a living, believe me I use my ladders much more often than many people here, there's no doubt the little giant is a good ladder system I just would not pay the extra money for the same quality so save yourself some money, the shipping time & go to the home depot & get yourself a gorilla ladder you won't be sorry......more info
  • 24 year old Little Giant 22 ft ladder
    My wife and I were at a home show in 1984, where a Little Giant ladder was being demo'd and sold. I was impressed that 4 of us large men could (and did) stand on the ladder at once. But I felt it was too much money for a ladder. However, my wife insisted that one fall from a ladder would cost us much more than the price of the Little Giant 22 ft ladder. So we bought it, and have been using it for 24 years. It's just wonderful. It's so safe that I was able to relax and work comfortably up there. Now that I'm over 65 and physically wrecked, the ladder is too heavy for me, and I don't climb it anymore. But my wife still uses it, as do the people who work on our properties. This ladder is one of those pieces of equipment that seems expensive, but turns out to be a bargain in the long run. If you find it too heavy, don't buy one. Otherwise, don't wait. If it won't fit in your car, get a shorter version. You will probably enjoy many years of using a safe and comfortable ladder....more info
  • too heavy
    bought mine 22' at expo, came with free shipping and few accessories. Arrived today and gave me quite a work out just to pull it out of the box. It is HEAVY and difficult to move around. Immediately, I suspect I will use it alot, this is one of those got to have it items, made in USA and with LIFETIME warranty, excessively well built and exceeding all practicalities. It's HEAVY an bulky, not a first choice for household chore....more info
  • Awesome ladder
    I needed a ladder. I had seen the infomerical; but, I was skeptical and the price tag was a deterent. I decided to try it. In the past I was a little afraid of climbing the higher rungs on ladders because the ladders seemed so unsteady. This was not the case with this ladder. For the first time I was able to go higher than the second rung without having someone hold the ladder for me. It is very sturdy and heavier than other ladders. Yet it is not to heavy for me to move around. This is important to me being a woman with a bad back. I wish I had gotten this sooner....more info
  • Great ladder but pretty heavy
    I went to a distributor and bought this ladder (Model 26). They had a model 17 in the showroom, but they wouldn't take out a model 26 for me to try it (yes, I must buy it first). If I had tried the model 26 before buying it I'd go with a lower height one (a model 22 probably).

    Pros: Very steady, configurable, the staight up configuration is specially useful. Lifetime warranty.

    Cons: Very expensive. Model 26 is very heavy. It takes two people to properly and safely set it up and operate in telecope mode (fully extended). In their AD they say model 26 can reach to the tip of the roof of a two-story house, but most houses I seen is higher.

    Watch the DVD that comes with the ladder! It shows you how to setup the ladder....more info
  • too heavy
    bought mine 22' at expo, came with free shipping and few accessories. Arrived today and gave me quite a work out just to pull it out of the box. It is HEAVY and difficult to move around. Immediately, I suspect I will use it alot, this is one of those got to have it items, made in USA and with LIFETIME warranty, excessively well built and exceeding all practicalities. It's HEAVY an bulky, not a first choice for household chore....more info
  • First ladder I ever felt safe on
    Needing a new ladder after a move, I decided to investigate. After going to a trade show and seeing a demonstration of this ladder I knew I was going to get it.I feel totally safe on this ladder at full extension and find it easy to shift sizes and angles for a variety of uses. It will bear significant weight without any difficulties and is not fragile, as I have dropped and knocked it over more than a few times. It is heavier than they make it look in the infomercials, but I found for the security I feel, the weight is worth it. There are cheaper ladders, but I doubt you'll find one that will give you the same feeling of comfort in knowing this ladder won't let you down. (Sorry.)....more info
  • Expensive for no reason!
    This ladder is expensive because of the commercial hype.
    There are other multipurpose ladders in this site (i.e Louisville,others)that are less expensive and have same brand recognition and features than Little Giant....more info
  • If I have to be on a ladder, this is the one I want.
    I weigh 450 pounds. I was never meant to be on a ladder, period. So why I decided to paint my own house is beyond me (I blame it on my wife). Originally I was going to have help with the high parts, like the gable ends at 25' up but at the very last minute my help bailed on me, but only after I bought the paint sprayer and the pressure washer. I was beyond the point of no return. A year back my father in law had bought this ladder, but decided it was too heavy, and let me have it. I read up on it and discovered it is rated for 300 pounds, and that it has withstood tests up to 1200 pounds. I decided to go for it. As a big guy, I inherently hate heights and especially ladders, but I climbed this fully extended nightmare one rung at a time and gradually made my way up. It got a bit bouncy in the middle, a little creaky 3/4 of the way up, but it held. I made it. Over the next week I would make that climb over and over as I trimmed the fascia, or installed shutters, or sprayed the gables. I also found myself using the ladder over the front porch, or along the eves, or even straddling a fence (no cross bar is kind of nice sometimes) to get just the right angle to paint the downspout. I survived, and I'm pretty amazed at this thing. It's one of those things that just plain works, and I appreciated that a lot. It folds down to almost nothing, so it's easy to store and move. I really can't complain seeing as how I'm alive still and everything, but I will say that the rungs are a little narrow and tend to hurt your feet after a while. I guess this is why other reviewers have said the work platform is a must, but I wasn't about to push my luck with that.
    I can say this is the ladder for 450 pound guys who hate ladders. If it held me, you've got nothing to worry about. ...more info
  • The Only Ladder I Have Ever Owned!
    I have owned my "Little Giant" since 1978, yes 1978! It performs as well now as it did then. There has not been a time since 1978 when I found a situation where my "Little Giant" did not work for me. In fact, just the other day an electrician I hired, who did indeed like the ladder very much, found a way to use it to reach a very high ceiling light fixture. The sturdiness of the ladder allowed this electrician to complete his task (he had not used nor seen one before). Keep in mind, however, that no matter how well a ladder is built one should have an individual available to hold it. ...more info
  • Price is the major hiccup here
    I think for the price that they want for this product, its not a good buy. Otherwise as far as the usage and quality wise, its a very good ladder. You can get the exact same ladder that Cosco makes at Sams Club or Costco for $99. Its even available here at Amazon. I wonder what does the additional $300 get me. I don't have much use of the step that they talk about. In my opinion, this is purely a ladder that is sold based on marketing....more info
  • Worth the price, worth the weight, worth the wait.
    There are no details I can add to the reviews, it's simply the best. The stability and solid feel is worth every penny and pound. While some have found it to be a bit heavy, I would trade that any day for safety. [...]

    The wing spreader is worth the money as well, it's unbelieveably useful for working on or cleaning windows, etc. You can span the window with it and work at a comfortable height (no more standing on the top step!) or use it to get to the top gutters without leaning out away from the ladder while doing it. The build quality is absolutely as good as the ladder.

    If you appreciate good tools, you will love this one....more info
  • Little Giant 10103W - Type 1A , 22 ft Ladder w/Work Platform
    My husband has used this ladder almost daily now for 30 days doing a painting/remodeling project. He has wanted this specific ladder for 15+ years, but struggled with the cost. In those years he purchased other ladders for a greater total cost and constantly complained about them and ended up giving them away to relatives. I bought the ladder for his birthday and he was blown away when it arrived. I must admit this ladder is configured to do almost anything. I was most impressed with how it broke down and made a scaffold by adding a plank. It takes no space to store. Money well spent. ...more info
  • The Best Ladder System Anywhere
    This is 24 ladders in one. It is the best ladder that you will ever buy in your life. The ladder is very stable and very safe to stand on. Easy to get up and down on. The ladder only weighs about 33 pounds and it folds up to fit in a car. It is a product that when you buy it you will really enjoy it. A good ladder is not a luxury. You will feel safe and secure at the top of this ladder. The ladder has a lifetime warranty. Amazing!
    ...more info
  • Versatile, durable, but very heavy
    I've had the Little Giant Ladder for almost five years now. My ladder does not have glide wheels, but I have the work platform and the plank. It is very versatile. I've used it in all variations to do painting, gutter work, climbing on the roof, etc. It works as a step ladder and an extension ladder without wobbling. The downside is that it is heavy and when fully extended to 22 feet as an extension ladder it is difficult to handle by yourself. ...more info