I haven't knowingly purchased anything except some basic crap from HF. Several years ago, someone dropped off a new one of those for me to use on their rig to help me get done a little faster since it is easier to dial in suspension with two floor jacks. I already had a high dollar OTC SUV Low profile 5200.
As mentioned above, we temporarily killed my OTC and I needed something quick until I could get it fixed. Without perspective to give actual size, I ordered that one and when it got here, it is just a beast of a jack. It is easily twice the size of mine and Chris's silver Pittsburgh version, very heavy, but also very well made so far. You can tell the Pittsburgh is a cheesy albeit durable jack, the Daytona is nothing like it at all.
There are a lot of versions of that style jack out there. Not that it matters for the average user, but in daily use, they are very short lived. I used several and wore them out with a quickness before I gave up and bought the OTC. I've thrown away at least 4 of them.Here's what I have:
Arcan is a solid name and I love the fact that its part aluminum which makes pushing it around my garage a lot easier.
With a 23 inch lift height it's great for a lifted Jeep, and it doesn't protest when fully extended. It will not twist or groan with an unbalanced load, or when operated on uneven surfaces like road side.
We are always setting ride height and locking the frame down to the concrete to keep it from moving around while we work on it. As such, we are always making small adjustments to level the frame and get the height even on both sides.I recently purchased this one off amazon for $34.00 (3 ton & 21 inches tall)