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Cheap Workbench £39.99 (Was £54.99) amazing tool @ Screwfix

£39.99 @ Screwfix
great workbench was 54.99 and is now 39.99 on 15 hours left though for this price... screwfix emailed me this offer... but on the website it is there for everyone... no discount code required… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
great workbench was 54.99 and is now 39.99

on 15 hours left though for this price...

screwfix emailed me this offer... but on the website it is there for everyone...

no discount code required and it's a great tool to have.. easily packed away and also comes with two clamps...

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garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold

How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.
11 Likes
dale86uk
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.

If it was made of metal, he'd be wanting it made from granite and still voting it cold. There's no pleasing some people.

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1 Like #1
Got one of these last year. Excellent bit of kit for all sorts of uses. Folds totally flat and easy to put up and down. Tempted to buy another :-)
#2
Thanks long time looking for this. Order
1 Like #3
This is a good price - same item at B & Q is £54.00
#4
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
14 Likes #5
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold

How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.
11 Likes #6
dale86uk
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.

If it was made of metal, he'd be wanting it made from granite and still voting it cold. There's no pleasing some people.
2 Likes #7
Had one of these for a couple of years. Very robust and worth the money. Folds away flat when not in use.
#8
Is this wide/stable enough to support a Sliding Mitre Saw?
1 Like #9
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).
#10
I'm doing my cafe refit soon and screwfix sent an email about this so I got one it's in the car and I'm sure will be worth every 3999 penny's when it's in use hot from me
2 Likes #11
Roger_Irrelevant
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).


At little less than four and a half inches!
Pretty flat really!!
#12
Silhouette
Is this wide/stable enough to support a Sliding Mitre Saw?


I do not know on that because I haven't used it for that yet... sorry
2 Likes #13
Silhouette
Is this wide/stable enough to support a Sliding Mitre Saw?
Check out the reviews on Screwfix website - one in particular doesn't recommend using power tools on it.
1 Like #14
Roger_Irrelevant
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).

I take it your using the blokes definition of 6 to 8 inches? More like 4 inches in reality lol
1 Like #15
geordie458
Roger_Irrelevant
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).
I take it your using the blokes definition of 6 to 8 inches? More like 4 inches in reality lol

I use power tools on it all the time. I even sawed through it with a circular saw !
#16
Anyone have any screwfix voucher codes? I need to buy a shower.
Heat added.
2 Likes #17
Roger_Irrelevant
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).


you're confusing flat for thin. it's not thin, but it is flat. to get the clamps stored away i found if i shifted the further grip a few mm out, then gave the trigger a little squeeze it makes it a lot easier to get them in.
1 Like #18
daverobinson5243
Roger_Irrelevant
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).
At little less than four and a half inches!
Pretty flat really!!

My ex-gf would take offense to that.
#19
I looked at a work bench in Aldi last week, didn't look that sturdy compared to this one. However it was £19.99.
1 Like #20
Roger_Irrelevant
Whilst it does fold down it's certainly not "flat", it's probably about six or eight inches thick. That said it's a lot easier to store and move than a B&D Work Mate and the quick release clamps are great (though difficult to store back in the table).

If someone wants a flat one, best use your floor :{

Edited By: bfam on Feb 06, 2017 19:01
#21
I've got one of these, the table itself is good quality but the clamps let it down. They don't last long
1 Like #22
Nth
dale86uk
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.
If it was made of metal, he'd be wanting it made from granite and still voting it cold. There's no pleasing some people.
I need something that can hold 35L of 100 degree boiling water for upto 1 hour when I make batches of home brew. It need to be metal (or even granite !) otherwise it would melt.
1 Like #23
Silhouette
Is this wide/stable enough to support a Sliding Mitre Saw?


I use this for my mitre saw and it works well. Very stable. Easy to carry and move.
4 Likes #24
garethsmith72
Nth
dale86uk
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.
If it was made of metal, he'd be wanting it made from granite and still voting it cold. There's no pleasing some people.
I need something that can hold 35L of 100 degree boiling water for upto 1 hour when I make batches of home brew. It need to be metal (or even granite !) otherwise it would melt.


but why vote cold? It's not a bad deal because it's not what you need. It's like voting a pizza deal cold cause you're gluten intolerant! Good effort on the homebrew though!!
2 Likes #25
garethsmith72
Nth
dale86uk
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.
If it was made of metal, he'd be wanting it made from granite and still voting it cold. There's no pleasing some people.
I need something that can hold 35L of 100 degree boiling water for upto 1 hour when I make batches of home brew. It need to be metal (or even granite !) otherwise it would melt.

No one is questioning your requirement. The issue is you voted cold because this product is something other than what you want. For what your want, ordinary metal won't even cut it. You need a stainless steel work surface. Forty quid probably won't get you one of those.
#26
I've had one of these for a couple of years. Absolutely brilliant, much much more rigid and stable than you think.
#27
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold


Well, the plastic will be warmer to the touch than a metal one!
#28
Silhouette
Is this wide/stable enough to support a Sliding Mitre Saw?
It certainly is I've used my sliding mitre saw on it lots of times
1 Like #29
Received discount code from
Screw fix today. If anyone wants 10% discount. Put this discount code SFL128W21. Discount code can only be used once so be quick.
#30
Coffee100
Anyone have any screwfix voucher codes? I need to buy a shower.
Heat added.


Received discount code from
Screw fix today. If anyone wants 10% discount. Put this discount code SFL128W21. Discount code can only be used once so be quick.

thanks Tazul1988
1 Like #31
Damn, delivery disappeared from the page while I checked local store availability. Nowhere nearby now :(

EDIT: And now click and collect has disappeared :(

Edited By: imdurc on Feb 07, 2017 00:01
1 Like #32
No stock anywhere near me
#33
Hope this helps someone

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#34
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#35
I bought one from B&Q a couple of weeks ago (Dundee) - the price tag said it was 40, reduced from 59. The checkout said it was 59. In the end, the woman gave me it for 40 and sent someone to change the pricetag. It does however suggest that B and Q planned to reduce the price but hadn't updated their systems.
#36
I have one of these (I think I also paid around £40 around a year ago). It's a great table for what it is - having been through both cheap workmates and mid-range workmates, I've been severely disappointed in the quality of them these days (and they are certainly not built to the same standard as my father's 20+ year old one!).

Although this is plastic, it's certainly a lot more stable than the cheaper workmates in my experience, and I've used sliding compound mitre saws and routers on this with no problem.
#37
Looks like it's back to full price now.
#38
garethsmith72
Nth
dale86uk
garethsmith72
Plastic..need a metal one sorry cold
How is this cold just because you need something different to what is on offer? Odd.
If it was made of metal, he'd be wanting it made from granite and still voting it cold. There's no pleasing some people.
I need something that can hold 35L of 100 degree boiling water for upto 1 hour when I make batches of home brew. It need to be metal (or even granite !) otherwise it would melt.


This won't melt with boiling water on it, not even 100 degree boiling water, but if you're concerned just pop a towel on it first or something. it'll take the weight easily too; i weigh over twice as much as that water you need to put on it, and have stood on it a few times when i've been tiling.
#39
I just used the Screwfix codes yesterday on this and tool box and other stuff to a value of £124, only paid £64 after using and stacking the 3 codes sent SFL128W22 SFL128W23 SFL128W24
#40
chinese_dude
I just used the Screwfix codes yesterday on this and tool box and other stuff to a value of £124, only paid £64 after using and stacking the 3 codes sent SFL128W22 SFL128W23 SFL128W24
shame you didnt tell us yesterday

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