Uses a 1.5" solid wood table top to provide stability. Each of the four legs has a caster wheel so you can roll the workbench anywhere it's needed. Two of the wheels will lock in place when you need a stationary unit. Steel frame of the workbench will hold up over time.
Table top won't be thick enough for heavy-duty workbench needs.
Steel frame on the workbench will support up to 3,000 lbs. of weight. Can adjust the height of the wood table top in a range of 14". Full 6' x 2' table top works great for working on large projects. Very sturdy steel frame that has no wobble to it.
Pricey. Overall workbench weighs more than 100 lbs., so it's not a portable design.
Steel frame and legs will deliver the weight support required for large jobs. Frame and 1.75" thick wood table top can support up to 3,000 lbs. Large surface area of 6' x 2' can handle large tasks adequately. Adjustable height feature is convenient.
Some quality and packaging control issues that may make assembly a tricky process.
Offered at a low price point versus some other workbenches, as it uses a wood frame and an MDF table top. Large table top of 6' x 1.67', providing plenty of work space. Legs will fold down to create an effective storage solution, giving the unit some portability as well.
Certainly not as durable as a metal frame workbench or a solid wood table top.
Inexpensive folding workbench that can be stored easily when not in use and taken to any location where it's needed. Will hold up to 1,000 lbs. on its sturdy frame that includes steel legs. After unit folds down, you can make use of a convenient carrying handle to transport it.
Small working surface of just 33.5" x 21.5", so it's not designed for large tasks.
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