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Workmate type work bench £10.68 delivered @ Toolstation

£10.68 @ Toolstation
Still available at this low price, good value for money. * Working Height: 760mm * Folded size: 560x955x155mm * Vice Jaw Opening: 0-100mm * Max Load: 70kg * Weight: 5.… Read More
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[mod] 6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Still available at this low price, good value for money.

* Working Height: 760mm
* Folded size: 560x955x155mm
* Vice Jaw Opening: 0-100mm
* Max Load: 70kg
* Weight: 5.5kg
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#1
Very useful and very cheap!
#2
It looks identical to the one they sell in Wilkinsons for about the same price, the Wilkos one I have is pretty good for the money so its not a bad deal
#3
Widely available at this sort of price but still good value.
#4
Bought one from focus diy in Frimley earlier this week that looks identical. It was their own brand (Payless) and marked downto £7.50 in their sale, quite a few left at the time. Looks very good value.
#5
I personally wouldn't buy a bench like this unless it has plywood planks... the chipboard ones are quite fragile if you put any weight on them
#6
Although several makes look similar, they are not all the same. If you look at the measurements, weight and maximum load you will see the differences. The one sold by Toolstation is small, light with a maximum load capacity of only 70kg. In view of this £10.68 is no great bargain.
#7
HairyPotter
I personally wouldn't buy a bench like this unless it has plywood planks... the chipboard ones are quite fragile if you put any weight on them


Never seen a chipboard one. They're usually made from MDF.

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