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Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001

Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001

Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
Little Giant 22-Foot Velocity Multi-Use Ladder, 300-Pound Duty Rating, 15422-001
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Features

  • Multi-position ladder converts to A-frame, extension, trestle-and-plank, 90-degree and staircase with ease.
  • Rock Lock adjusters quickly alter your ladder into different configurations.
  • Tip & Glide wheels for easy transport from job to job.
  • Type IA ladder is rated to hold 300 lbs.
  • Meets or exceeds all OSHA and ANSI standards.

Description

The Little Giant Velocity® is a lightweight two person ladder constructed of a special alloy that makes it 20 percent lighter than any comparable industrial-rated ladder. The Velocity also includes several innovative new features such as the dual-pin hinge and the easy-to-use Rock Locks™ for quick adjustment. The Velocity can be used in many unique configurations as an A-frame, extension, staircase and 90-degree ladder, and with Velocity Trestle Brackets (sold separately) to form a trestle-and-plank scaffolding system. The Velocity’s wide-flared legs and aerospace-grade aluminum construction provide an unmatched feeling of safety and stability. The Little Giant Velocity is rated to hold 300 pounds on both sides and is a true two-person ladder.


Manufacturer Little Giant Ladder Systems


Part Number 15422-001


Item Weight 39.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 8 x 27 x 67 inches


Item model number 15422-001


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 22 Feet with Wheels


Color Gray/Black


Item Package Quantity 1


Included Components 1


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B00E1AQE46


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,024 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,876 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #9 in Step Ladders


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Date First Available July 16, 2013


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Features

  • Multi-position ladder converts to A-frame, extension, trestle-and-plank, 90-degree and staircase with ease.
  • Rock Lock adjusters quickly alter your ladder into different configurations.
  • Tip & Glide wheels for easy transport from job to job.
  • Type IA ladder is rated to hold 300 lbs.
  • Meets or exceeds all OSHA and ANSI standards.

Description

The Little Giant Velocity® is a lightweight two person ladder constructed of a special alloy that makes it 20 percent lighter than any comparable industrial-rated ladder. The Velocity also includes several innovative new features such as the dual-pin hinge and the easy-to-use Rock Locks™ for quick adjustment. The Velocity can be used in many unique configurations as an A-frame, extension, staircase and 90-degree ladder, and with Velocity Trestle Brackets (sold separately) to form a trestle-and-plank scaffolding system. The Velocity’s wide-flared legs and aerospace-grade aluminum construction provide an unmatched feeling of safety and stability. The Little Giant Velocity is rated to hold 300 pounds on both sides and is a true two-person ladder.


Manufacturer Little Giant Ladder Systems


Part Number 15422-001


Item Weight 39.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 8 x 27 x 67 inches


Item model number 15422-001


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 22 Feet with Wheels


Color Gray/Black


Item Package Quantity 1


Included Components 1


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B00E1AQE46


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,024 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,876 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #9 in Step Ladders


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


Date First Available July 16, 2013


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Multi-position ladder converts to A-frame, extension, trestle-and-plank, 90-degree and staircase with ease.
  • Rock Lock adjusters quickly alter your ladder into different configurations.
  • Tip & Glide wheels for easy transport from job to job.
  • Type IA ladder is rated to hold 300 lbs.
  • Meets or exceeds all OSHA and ANSI standards.

Description

The Little Giant Velocity® is a lightweight two person ladder constructed of a special alloy that makes it 20 percent lighter than any comparable industrial-rated ladder. The Velocity also includes several innovative new features such as the dual-pin hinge and the easy-to-use Rock Locks™ for quick adjustment. The Velocity can be used in many unique configurations as an A-frame, extension, staircase and 90-degree ladder, and with Velocity Trestle Brackets (sold separately) to form a trestle-and-plank scaffolding system. The Velocity’s wide-flared legs and aerospace-grade aluminum construction provide an unmatched feeling of safety and stability. The Little Giant Velocity is rated to hold 300 pounds on both sides and is a true two-person ladder.


Manufacturer Little Giant Ladder Systems


Part Number 15422-001


Item Weight 39.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 8 x 27 x 67 inches


Item model number 15422-001


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 22 Feet with Wheels


Color Gray/Black


Item Package Quantity 1


Included Components 1


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B00E1AQE46


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,024 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,876 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #9 in Step Ladders


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


Date First Available July 16, 2013


abunda_amazon_reviews I can not knock this ladder. It is a good ladder and I do not regret the purchase. However, as stated in their product video by Mel Huffaker, Senior Vice President, when he starts talking about the extension ladder - he states "Rubber Grips, Plastic Slips". Well I am here to tell you that rubber slips as well as is seen in my attached video. I had gone up and down the ladder twice, with no issues. If you look closely at the video, I do "test" the ladder before I attempt to come down.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;"Rubber Grips, Plastic Slips" Public Service Announcement;;Nicolas Cullen;;;I love this ladder, but why would Amazon sell this ladder when they know it has a recall? Why not get it fixed or include the recall parts to get it fixed before selling it... on the recall it states that this ladder can't be used untill the installation of the recall parts, now i am stuck with this untill i get the recall parts to install them;;Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This ladder has a Recall;;Mark Muniz;;;First let me say I have no basis for comparison as I've never owned a ladder before. I've only used stools, multiple chairs stacked into dangerous positions, or decided the request *really* didn't need to be done if it needed a ladder. However, we recently purchased a house with 15- and 22-foot ceilings and a fan light bulb went out. I thought that was annoying but let it go until the living room flood also went out. At this point, my options were to rent a ladder from Home Depot for $29 or purchase a ladder. I broke down and purchased this one. And it's wonderful. Having never operated a ladder of this type, it took me ~20 seconds to figure out. The locking mechanism made obvious sense. I'm 210lbs and felt stable even when it was fully extended into an A frame. I replaced the flood, replaced the fan light, and even cleaned the fan blades to the amazement of my wife. Now I'm even having dreams about hanging Christmas lights. I don't review things often. But this purchase made me feel good about myself. If you need a ladder and don't know anything about ladders, I think this will be a good purchase for you too.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome Ladder for the uninitiated;;Lyle Barbato;;;The first thing I'll say is I successfully cut the box up without killing myself...... But the first time I tried to extend the ladder, it smashed my thumb. Bled like a stuck pig. The guy in the video moves this ladder around like its a toy. I guess I'm just an idiot. The ladder feels very solid. Its nice how it extends to several handy positions and even extends all the way out to 17 ft. The wide legs make it very sturdy. But when collapsing the ladder.... If you are not VERY careful..... It is a finger guillotine. My fault. I'm just warning you. The ladder doesn't give and your fingers do. I didn't read that in the other reviews and it only took me 3 minutes. Fun....;;Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great ladder. but watch your thumb.;;Beth Reynolds;;;OK, so here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly on this ladder. The Velocity Multi-use Ladder, by Little Giant, is a nice ladder. It is delivered to you assembled and is fairly compact when not in use – a little under 6 feet – which I find remarkable. It is heavy, but not cumbersome. Some people have complained that this ladder is too heavy. If you have it in its storage position/height, and compare it to a 6 or 8 foot step ladder, well yes, this is very heavy. But keep in mind it is really a multi-use and opens up a great deal. So, overall, this is not a heavy ladder at about 39 pounds. It does have two wheels on one side so it can be rolled around rather than carried, for the most part. As far as capacity, the Velocity meets the 300 pound IA rating, and feels sturdy when you are on it (I am a man, about 220 pounds). The ladder is about 27 ½” at the base, which helps steady it. The feet have a plastic surround and rubber grips on them, so the ladder tends to stay put. Like many ladders, most of the rungs are narrow, except where the inner and outer ladders line up during A-frame use. This ladder is advertised as a 22 foot ladder. Keep in mind how manufacturers measure ladders: while this says it is 22 feet, it is actually about 19 feet tip to tip. You will find the same of a Werner or other maker’s multi-use ladders. As far as the uses. This ladder may be used five ways: 1. A Frame Step ladder. 2. Staircase ladder (adjust leg heights on each side to different heights. 3. 90 degree ladder, so you can move closer to a wall as you ascend the ladder. 4. Extension ladder. 5. Scaffolding (NOTE: Little Giant should not advertise this ladder as ready to use 5 ways. You CANNOT use it to scaffold unless you buy additional parts (trestles). I have several ceiling heights in my home, conventional 8’, an 11’, a 12’, and a 14.5’ vaulted ceiling. In the past I had to use 2 or 3 ladders when I needed to do work near the ceiling. Now, I just take out this one ladder for most jobs. The way it works is by use of what Little Giant calls Rock Locks, or Lock Tabs. These allow you to release the Rock Locks, raise the ladder to the preferred height, and lock the Rock Locks back into place. This is easy to do, but you have to be careful to hold the part of the ladder, the inner ladder, especially when lowering the ladder back down to an lower height. When lowering, you support the ladder, release the Rock Locks one at a time, then, still holding the inner ladder that adjusts, slowly lower it. The other component used to lock/adjust the Velocity is what Little Giant calls Palm Buttons. You push these in when you want to change the ladder’s shape – go from storage to A-frame, or to extension mode, etc. They are basically locks at the ladder’s hinge point. I really like using this as an adjustable step ladder. You can use it in various heights from 5’ to 9’. As far as use as an extension ladder, it works well, but like any ladder, you need a little muscle to raise it, working in one fluid motion, or you need to lay it out on the lawn or driveway to extend it. Extension heights range from 11’ to 19’. So…. PROs: • Very flexible in its uses. • Not cumbersome, despite its weight. • Well thought-out design (with one notable exception), with Rock Locks, Palm Buttons, Feet, wheels. • Easy to adjust “on the fly”, especially when adjusting heights a s step ladder. • Lifetime warranty. CONs: • Misadvertised as having the ability to perform scaffolding work. You MUST buy not only a work platform, but also the trestle themselves. That’s not ready-to-use as a scaffold system, by any means. • Price point: On sale this is a good deal. But the day in, day out price is much higher than the comparable Werner. • For a more petite person, the weight may be a concern. • Questionable customer service: contacted customer support about the trestle issue, never even got a courtesy reply. Makes me wonder what will happen if I need them to cover their product under warranty. Over all, if you do not need this for scaffolding, it is a nice ladder and can help free up some space in your garage. It is well made, has numerous uses and configurations, and is simple enough to use. I rated it a 3. It is probably a 4 based on its general usage, but due to advertising scaffolding and then making you buy extra parts to use it for…..scaffolding….that’s nonsense. Plus I never heard back from their customer support. To be a 5, the price has to be a little better and they need to include the scaffolding part – or just stop advertising it as such. NOTE: I have seen some later advertisements where they now note the need for additional parts.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2014;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Very Flexible Ladder - Misleading Advertising & Non-Existent Customer Support;;B. Colonna;;;After close to a couple years of use - I hate this thing. It's rickety before you even extend it. The joint flexes like crazy and makes me believe it'll fold on me. I won't let anyone use this thing alone. The welds are disgusting, the weight is unruly. The lockers seem janky, and too many shear points for me to count. Big pass for me, reviewing this after so long because I finally had enough of it and now I'm in the market for a way better solid ladder.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;this ladder scares the heck out of me;;Amazon Customer;;;This ladder is very difficult to handle and very heavy. In order to get it from the A frame position to the extended position you must lay it on the floor, release all the latches, open it fully, then extend it to the height you want while it is on the floor. As a woman it was extremely difficult to handle. I smashed my fingers multiple times trying to get it into the configuration I needed. Lousy ladder. It is also flimsy. the steps where you put your feet are very difficult to stand on because there is an inner ladder that has steps and an outer ladder that has steps making a double step for you to put your foot on. Too late for me to return it so I am selling it on Facebook. Don't be fooled by the videos showing how 'easy' it is to handle.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Difficult to handle;;Mk

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Nicolas Cullen - Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2018
"Rubber Grips, Plastic Slips" Public Service Announcement
I can not knock this ladder. It is a good ladder and I do not regret the purchase. However, as stated in their product video by Mel Huffaker, Senior Vice President, when he starts talking about the extension ladder - he states "Rubber Grips, Plastic Slips". Well I am here to tell you that rubber slips as well as is seen in my attached video. I had gone up and down the ladder twice, with no issues. If you look closely at the video, I do "test" the ladder before I attempt to come down.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark Muniz - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2018
This ladder has a Recall
I love this ladder, but why would Amazon sell this ladder when they know it has a recall? Why not get it fixed or include the recall parts to get it fixed before selling it... on the recall it states that this ladder can't be used untill the installation of the recall parts, now i am stuck with this untill i get the recall parts to install them

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lyle Barbato - Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2017
Awesome Ladder for the uninitiated
First let me say I have no basis for comparison as I've never owned a ladder before. I've only used stools, multiple chairs stacked into dangerous positions, or decided the request *really* didn't need to be done if it needed a ladder. However, we recently purchased a house with 15- and 22-foot ceilings and a fan light bulb went out. I thought that was annoying but let it go until the living room flood also went out. At this point, my options were to rent a ladder from Home Depot for $29 or purchase a ladder. I broke down and purchased this one. And it's wonderful. Having never operated a ladder of this type, it took me ~20 seconds to figure out. The locking mechanism made obvious sense. I'm 210lbs and felt stable even when it was fully extended into an A frame. I replaced the flood, replaced the fan light, and even cleaned the fan blades to the amazement of my wife. Now I'm even having dreams about hanging Christmas lights. I don't review things often. But this purchase made me feel good about myself. If you need a ladder and don't know anything about ladders, I think this will be a good purchase for you too.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Beth Reynolds - Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
Great ladder. but watch your thumb.
The first thing I'll say is I successfully cut the box up without killing myself...... But the first time I tried to extend the ladder, it smashed my thumb. Bled like a stuck pig. The guy in the video moves this ladder around like its a toy. I guess I'm just an idiot. The ladder feels very solid. Its nice how it extends to several handy positions and even extends all the way out to 17 ft. The wide legs make it very sturdy. But when collapsing the ladder.... If you are not VERY careful..... It is a finger guillotine. My fault. I'm just warning you. The ladder doesn't give and your fingers do. I didn't read that in the other reviews and it only took me 3 minutes. Fun....

3.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Colonna - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2014
Very Flexible Ladder - Misleading Advertising & Non-Existent Customer Support
OK, so here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly on this ladder. The Velocity Multi-use Ladder, by Little Giant, is a nice ladder. It is delivered to you assembled and is fairly compact when not in use – a little under 6 feet – which I find remarkable. It is heavy, but not cumbersome. Some people have complained that this ladder is too heavy. If you have it in its storage position/height, and compare it to a 6 or 8 foot step ladder, well yes, this is very heavy. But keep in mind it is really a multi-use and opens up a great deal. So, overall, this is not a heavy ladder at about 39 pounds. It does have two wheels on one side so it can be rolled around rather than carried, for the most part. As far as capacity, the Velocity meets the 300 pound IA rating, and feels sturdy when you are on it (I am a man, about 220 pounds). The ladder is about 27 ½” at the base, which helps steady it. The feet have a plastic surround and rubber grips on them, so the ladder tends to stay put. Like many ladders, most of the rungs are narrow, except where the inner and outer ladders line up during A-frame use. This ladder is advertised as a 22 foot ladder. Keep in mind how manufacturers measure ladders: while this says it is 22 feet, it is actually about 19 feet tip to tip. You will find the same of a Werner or other maker’s multi-use ladders. As far as the uses. This ladder may be used five ways: 1. A Frame Step ladder. 2. Staircase ladder (adjust leg heights on each side to different heights. 3. 90 degree ladder, so you can move closer to a wall as you ascend the ladder. 4. Extension ladder. 5. Scaffolding (NOTE: Little Giant should not advertise this ladder as ready to use 5 ways. You CANNOT use it to scaffold unless you buy additional parts (trestles). I have several ceiling heights in my home, conventional 8’, an 11’, a 12’, and a 14.5’ vaulted ceiling. In the past I had to use 2 or 3 ladders when I needed to do work near the ceiling. Now, I just take out this one ladder for most jobs. The way it works is by use of what Little Giant calls Rock Locks, or Lock Tabs. These allow you to release the Rock Locks, raise the ladder to the preferred height, and lock the Rock Locks back into place. This is easy to do, but you have to be careful to hold the part of the ladder, the inner ladder, especially when lowering the ladder back down to an lower height. When lowering, you support the ladder, release the Rock Locks one at a time, then, still holding the inner ladder that adjusts, slowly lower it. The other component used to lock/adjust the Velocity is what Little Giant calls Palm Buttons. You push these in when you want to change the ladder’s shape – go from storage to A-frame, or to extension mode, etc. They are basically locks at the ladder’s hinge point. I really like using this as an adjustable step ladder. You can use it in various heights from 5’ to 9’. As far as use as an extension ladder, it works well, but like any ladder, you need a little muscle to raise it, working in one fluid motion, or you need to lay it out on the lawn or driveway to extend it. Extension heights range from 11’ to 19’. So…. PROs: • Very flexible in its uses. • Not cumbersome, despite its weight. • Well thought-out design (with one notable exception), with Rock Locks, Palm Buttons, Feet, wheels. • Easy to adjust “on the fly”, especially when adjusting heights a s step ladder. • Lifetime warranty. CONs: • Misadvertised as having the ability to perform scaffolding work. You MUST buy not only a work platform, but also the trestle themselves. That’s not ready-to-use as a scaffold system, by any means. • Price point: On sale this is a good deal. But the day in, day out price is much higher than the comparable Werner. • For a more petite person, the weight may be a concern. • Questionable customer service: contacted customer support about the trestle issue, never even got a courtesy reply. Makes me wonder what will happen if I need them to cover their product under warranty. Over all, if you do not need this for scaffolding, it is a nice ladder and can help free up some space in your garage. It is well made, has numerous uses and configurations, and is simple enough to use. I rated it a 3. It is probably a 4 based on its general usage, but due to advertising scaffolding and then making you buy extra parts to use it for…..scaffolding….that’s nonsense. Plus I never heard back from their customer support. To be a 5, the price has to be a little better and they need to include the scaffolding part – or just stop advertising it as such. NOTE: I have seen some later advertisements where they now note the need for additional parts.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
this ladder scares the heck out of me
After close to a couple years of use - I hate this thing. It's rickety before you even extend it. The joint flexes like crazy and makes me believe it'll fold on me. I won't let anyone use this thing alone. The welds are disgusting, the weight is unruly. The lockers seem janky, and too many shear points for me to count. Big pass for me, reviewing this after so long because I finally had enough of it and now I'm in the market for a way better solid ladder.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mk - Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2019
Difficult to handle
This ladder is very difficult to handle and very heavy. In order to get it from the A frame position to the extended position you must lay it on the floor, release all the latches, open it fully, then extend it to the height you want while it is on the floor. As a woman it was extremely difficult to handle. I smashed my fingers multiple times trying to get it into the configuration I needed. Lousy ladder. It is also flimsy. the steps where you put your feet are very difficult to stand on because there is an inner ladder that has steps and an outer ladder that has steps making a double step for you to put your foot on. Too late for me to return it so I am selling it on Facebook. Don't be fooled by the videos showing how 'easy' it is to handle.

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4.0 out of 5 stars
By Nicolas Cullen - Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2018
"Rubber Grips, Plastic Slips" Public Service Announcement
I can not knock this ladder. It is a good ladder and I do not regret the purchase. However, as stated in their product video by Mel Huffaker, Senior Vice President, when he starts talking about the extension ladder - he states "Rubber Grips, Plastic Slips". Well I am here to tell you that rubber slips as well as is seen in my attached video. I had gone up and down the ladder twice, with no issues. If you look closely at the video, I do "test" the ladder before I attempt to come down.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark Muniz - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2018
This ladder has a Recall
I love this ladder, but why would Amazon sell this ladder when they know it has a recall? Why not get it fixed or include the recall parts to get it fixed before selling it... on the recall it states that this ladder can't be used untill the installation of the recall parts, now i am stuck with this untill i get the recall parts to install them

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lyle Barbato - Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2017
Awesome Ladder for the uninitiated
First let me say I have no basis for comparison as I've never owned a ladder before. I've only used stools, multiple chairs stacked into dangerous positions, or decided the request *really* didn't need to be done if it needed a ladder. However, we recently purchased a house with 15- and 22-foot ceilings and a fan light bulb went out. I thought that was annoying but let it go until the living room flood also went out. At this point, my options were to rent a ladder from Home Depot for $29 or purchase a ladder. I broke down and purchased this one. And it's wonderful. Having never operated a ladder of this type, it took me ~20 seconds to figure out. The locking mechanism made obvious sense. I'm 210lbs and felt stable even when it was fully extended into an A frame. I replaced the flood, replaced the fan light, and even cleaned the fan blades to the amazement of my wife. Now I'm even having dreams about hanging Christmas lights. I don't review things often. But this purchase made me feel good about myself. If you need a ladder and don't know anything about ladders, I think this will be a good purchase for you too.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Beth Reynolds - Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
Great ladder. but watch your thumb.
The first thing I'll say is I successfully cut the box up without killing myself...... But the first time I tried to extend the ladder, it smashed my thumb. Bled like a stuck pig. The guy in the video moves this ladder around like its a toy. I guess I'm just an idiot. The ladder feels very solid. Its nice how it extends to several handy positions and even extends all the way out to 17 ft. The wide legs make it very sturdy. But when collapsing the ladder.... If you are not VERY careful..... It is a finger guillotine. My fault. I'm just warning you. The ladder doesn't give and your fingers do. I didn't read that in the other reviews and it only took me 3 minutes. Fun....

3.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Colonna - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2014
Very Flexible Ladder - Misleading Advertising & Non-Existent Customer Support
OK, so here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly on this ladder. The Velocity Multi-use Ladder, by Little Giant, is a nice ladder. It is delivered to you assembled and is fairly compact when not in use – a little under 6 feet – which I find remarkable. It is heavy, but not cumbersome. Some people have complained that this ladder is too heavy. If you have it in its storage position/height, and compare it to a 6 or 8 foot step ladder, well yes, this is very heavy. But keep in mind it is really a multi-use and opens up a great deal. So, overall, this is not a heavy ladder at about 39 pounds. It does have two wheels on one side so it can be rolled around rather than carried, for the most part. As far as capacity, the Velocity meets the 300 pound IA rating, and feels sturdy when you are on it (I am a man, about 220 pounds). The ladder is about 27 ½” at the base, which helps steady it. The feet have a plastic surround and rubber grips on them, so the ladder tends to stay put. Like many ladders, most of the rungs are narrow, except where the inner and outer ladders line up during A-frame use. This ladder is advertised as a 22 foot ladder. Keep in mind how manufacturers measure ladders: while this says it is 22 feet, it is actually about 19 feet tip to tip. You will find the same of a Werner or other maker’s multi-use ladders. As far as the uses. This ladder may be used five ways: 1. A Frame Step ladder. 2. Staircase ladder (adjust leg heights on each side to different heights. 3. 90 degree ladder, so you can move closer to a wall as you ascend the ladder. 4. Extension ladder. 5. Scaffolding (NOTE: Little Giant should not advertise this ladder as ready to use 5 ways. You CANNOT use it to scaffold unless you buy additional parts (trestles). I have several ceiling heights in my home, conventional 8’, an 11’, a 12’, and a 14.5’ vaulted ceiling. In the past I had to use 2 or 3 ladders when I needed to do work near the ceiling. Now, I just take out this one ladder for most jobs. The way it works is by use of what Little Giant calls Rock Locks, or Lock Tabs. These allow you to release the Rock Locks, raise the ladder to the preferred height, and lock the Rock Locks back into place. This is easy to do, but you have to be careful to hold the part of the ladder, the inner ladder, especially when lowering the ladder back down to an lower height. When lowering, you support the ladder, release the Rock Locks one at a time, then, still holding the inner ladder that adjusts, slowly lower it. The other component used to lock/adjust the Velocity is what Little Giant calls Palm Buttons. You push these in when you want to change the ladder’s shape – go from storage to A-frame, or to extension mode, etc. They are basically locks at the ladder’s hinge point. I really like using this as an adjustable step ladder. You can use it in various heights from 5’ to 9’. As far as use as an extension ladder, it works well, but like any ladder, you need a little muscle to raise it, working in one fluid motion, or you need to lay it out on the lawn or driveway to extend it. Extension heights range from 11’ to 19’. So…. PROs: • Very flexible in its uses. • Not cumbersome, despite its weight. • Well thought-out design (with one notable exception), with Rock Locks, Palm Buttons, Feet, wheels. • Easy to adjust “on the fly”, especially when adjusting heights a s step ladder. • Lifetime warranty. CONs: • Misadvertised as having the ability to perform scaffolding work. You MUST buy not only a work platform, but also the trestle themselves. That’s not ready-to-use as a scaffold system, by any means. • Price point: On sale this is a good deal. But the day in, day out price is much higher than the comparable Werner. • For a more petite person, the weight may be a concern. • Questionable customer service: contacted customer support about the trestle issue, never even got a courtesy reply. Makes me wonder what will happen if I need them to cover their product under warranty. Over all, if you do not need this for scaffolding, it is a nice ladder and can help free up some space in your garage. It is well made, has numerous uses and configurations, and is simple enough to use. I rated it a 3. It is probably a 4 based on its general usage, but due to advertising scaffolding and then making you buy extra parts to use it for…..scaffolding….that’s nonsense. Plus I never heard back from their customer support. To be a 5, the price has to be a little better and they need to include the scaffolding part – or just stop advertising it as such. NOTE: I have seen some later advertisements where they now note the need for additional parts.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
this ladder scares the heck out of me
After close to a couple years of use - I hate this thing. It's rickety before you even extend it. The joint flexes like crazy and makes me believe it'll fold on me. I won't let anyone use this thing alone. The welds are disgusting, the weight is unruly. The lockers seem janky, and too many shear points for me to count. Big pass for me, reviewing this after so long because I finally had enough of it and now I'm in the market for a way better solid ladder.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mk - Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2019
Difficult to handle
This ladder is very difficult to handle and very heavy. In order to get it from the A frame position to the extended position you must lay it on the floor, release all the latches, open it fully, then extend it to the height you want while it is on the floor. As a woman it was extremely difficult to handle. I smashed my fingers multiple times trying to get it into the configuration I needed. Lousy ladder. It is also flimsy. the steps where you put your feet are very difficult to stand on because there is an inner ladder that has steps and an outer ladder that has steps making a double step for you to put your foot on. Too late for me to return it so I am selling it on Facebook. Don't be fooled by the videos showing how 'easy' it is to handle.