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Lightweight Workbench £9.99 @ Screwfix

£9.99 @ Screwfix
Really good value with good reviews, was posted on here just over a month ago @ £12.99 from £21.99 ! Tough, lightweight workbench, particularly suited to site work. Asymmetric vice action 0-105mm.… Read More
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9m, 3d agoFound 9 months, 3 days ago
Really good value with good reviews, was posted on here just over a month ago @ £12.99 from £21.99 !

Tough, lightweight workbench, particularly suited to site work. Asymmetric vice action 0-105mm. Integral tool rack. Requires assembly. Maximum loading 100kg.

Folds Flat for Storage

Max. 100kg Loading Capacity

Anti-Slip Rubber Feet

Adjustable Swivel Pegs Support a Variety of Shapes

Working size W x D x H: 650 x 605 x 820mm. Fold flat storage size: 605 x 180 x 1050mm. Weight 9.4kg.
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9m, 3d agoFound 9 months, 3 days ago
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do i need one?no
will i end up buying one? yes
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1 Like #1
Cracking find op, heat added :)
1 Like #2
great find thanks very much :-)
1 Like #3
very nice
1 Like #4
Amazing stuff.... Got one

Thanks
1 Like #5
Bought last time at £12 and very pleased, light enough to move about and strong enough to be of value. Currently have my tile cutting machine on it for the bathroom project. If you need it - get one :-)
#6
Anyone know how much postage is
1 Like #7
Fantastic timing - just been thinking I need a workbench 8-) Thanks OP.
1 Like #8
Good deal
1 Like #9
Thanks good deal on time
1 Like #10
I nearly bought 2 last time but resisted, not this time :)
Thanks OP
1 Like #11
Ordered two.
1 Like #12
Nice find' hottt.
12 Likes #13
do i need one?no
will i end up buying one? yes
oO
1 Like #14
Debatable saving as it's only a basic bench, but a very good buy for the average diy user.
#15
So are these normally £12.99 ???? If so why so hot on the saving ?
2 Likes #16
yozzman1234
So are these normally £12.99 ???? If so why so hot on the saving ?


if you can find one cheaper!
1 Like #17
Thanks have just ordered one online :D .
1 Like #18
Yep cheapest about !!!!!! Got 2
1 Like #19
yozzman1234
So are these normally £12.99 ???? If so why so hot on the saving ?

Possibly because it has been sold for £21.99, apparently.
1 Like #20
KOGONAI
do i need one?no
will i end up buying one? yes
oO


same here
2 Likes #21
Thanks! picked up two as a Christmas present for both my dad who has always been a DIY enthusiast and my soon to be step dad who is a loft fitter/carpenter, cheap as chips and a nice big present to go under the tree. gotta get decent presents when you see them. although i will buy them other stuff its nice to know i have a present for them already.
2 Likes #22
Anti-Slip Rubber Feet and Swivel Pegs are worth this olone
1 Like #23
I bought one last time, yet it took me well over an hour to assemble with all the right tools and electric screwdriver. I say you get what you pay for. It does a basic job when it's up but still feels wobbly. Reminds me of Meccano when I was a kid!
1 Like #24
One of my legs bent... but so does everyones apparently ;)
1 Like #25
Excellent deal, paid $20 a while back for this. Perfectly good for diy lightweight work
1 Like #26
Good.
1 Like #27
Had one of these for over 10 years now just about to replace the MDF jaws with some surplus I have well abused mine but still operates well, started to replace the feet with timber inserts as i've used mine as a hopup so the metal has cut through the plastic rubber feet paid similar price too.
1 Like #28
Christmas shopping started - just over 3 months folks!
1 Like #29
bought , thanks for posting
1 Like #30
these are excellent value. I got two to act as saw horse and workbenches. despite some of the comments on the site regarding the product and it's assembly. the bench is actually relatively easy to assemble and sturdy enough. you need to use clamps for any kind of wood or metal work. @9.99 it's a no brainier. I bought them when they were £12.99
#31
Jimbo123
Anyone know how much postage is
£5, but there's free delivery on orders over £50 so if there's other stuff you need you can do a big shop
#32
are the jaws MDF?
1 Like #33
Thanks got one.

Anyone who has one of these, how are they for use. Would you ever need to use two in conjunction with each other or is one usually adequate?
Hoping to start a few pallet projects
#34
Brill thank you, got this as a "stocking filler" for my 11 year old DIY mad son! God knows where we will hide it though!
1 Like #35
great price, for something I might need at some distant point in the future
1 Like #36
smudge92
Thanks! picked up two as a Christmas present for both my dad who has always been a DIY enthusiast and my soon to be step dad who is a loft fitter/carpenter, cheap as chips and a nice big present to go under the tree. gotta get decent presents when you see them. although i will buy them other stuff its nice to know i have a present for them already.

I would think anyone in a professional environment would just consider this junk, its a nice thought though.
banned#37
pretty good price for this one http://nibura.de/theme/nibura/assets/images/FB-ThumbsUp_29.png
1 Like #38
Good price, but these are very flimsy, so only good for small/light work.
1 Like #39
Thanks just ordered 2.

Edited By: Arthurian on Sep 21, 2016 11:53
1 Like #40
I call BS on the it being able to support 100kg :) I own one of these under a different brand and it's basically cheap tinny steel with laminated chip board. You can do the odd job on this but it's not a worktable by any means. Also remember to glue the feet on as they drop off all the time and it's annoying.

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