Foldable Multi-Purpose Workbench DIY Home Workshop £9.99 delivered @ eBay / Maplin
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Foldable Multi-Purpose Workbench DIY Home Workshop £9.99 delivered @ eBay / Maplin

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Found 27th Sep 2017
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Foldable Multi-Purpose Workbench DIY Home Workshop for Sawing Cutting DrillingProduct Code: N07JF

  • Suitable for home and workshop use
  • Ideal for sawing, cutting and drilling
  • Folds flat for easy storage
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Got one of these "A Workmate it ain't. But o.k. for light work."
Edited by: "focusdriver" 27th Sep 2017
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Got one of these "A Workmate it ain't. But o.k. for light work."
Edited by: "focusdriver" 27th Sep 2017
focusdriver6 m ago

Got one of these "A Workmate it ain't. But o.k. for light work."



it looks like it'd wobble when using a saw
Thanks ordered
Got a similar one from Screwfix - as mentioned above it is not a Workmate but great for light work.
Pretty generic, I have a draper branded one that cost £10. just to echo the other comments, not a workmate but very useful for light use and surprisingly sturdy. I've just used mine as a bench for each half of a stable door whilst they were being sanded and refinished.
Thanks, needed one for some light work. ta
If you want to compare this to a Workmate you have to specify which Workmate. The WM525 for instance is good and sturdy whilst the WM301 is pathetic. These generic copies are better than the WM301.

The stability of this type of workbench can be greatly increased if you add diagonal brace.
gordonliverpool2 h, 47 m ago

Got a similar one from Screwfix - as mentioned above it is not a Workmate …Got a similar one from Screwfix - as mentioned above it is not a Workmate but great for light work.


Any links for a Workmate?
2.99 delivery
somehow they're charging me £2.99 for delivery
no free delivery
Thinking of getting something for sawing and painting fence and shed panels and timbers. till now have been doing this on the grass with a double of blocks of wood to raise panel of post off the ground. Or against the hedge. But it's getting wetter as summer is over.
Is two of these as good if not better than getting a couple of saw horses, like the ones in Aldi currently at £20?
Edited by: "androidavis" 28th Sep 2017
You can reserve and collect from maplin itself for the same price
Free click and collect is available directly from the maplin website:
maplin.co.uk/p/m…7jf
androidavis2 h, 35 m ago

Thinking of getting something for sawing and painting fence and shed …Thinking of getting something for sawing and painting fence and shed panels and timbers. till now have been doing this on the grass with a double of blocks of wood to raise panel of post off the ground. Or against the hedge. But it's getting wetter as summer is over.Is two of these as good if not better than getting a couple of saw horses, like the ones in Aldi currently at £20?


The Aldi saw horses are definitely better for sawing on and more stable but lack the ability to hold items whilst sawing or planing or chiseling items that will fit that you might want to do at a later date. Stability with these will decrease the more you use them. The choice is yours.
As others have mentioned it clearly says £2.99 delivery
I got one of these a long while ago. Chopped some wood outside and forgot about it. Its been outside about a year and its still like new haha!
Make sure you buy 2. One is not good enough. Very flimsy. I purchased 2 last time and it is perfect.
androidavis3 h, 43 m ago

Thinking of getting something for sawing and painting fence and shed …Thinking of getting something for sawing and painting fence and shed panels and timbers. till now have been doing this on the grass with a double of blocks of wood to raise panel of post off the ground. Or against the hedge. But it's getting wetter as summer is over.Is two of these as good if not better than getting a couple of saw horses, like the ones in Aldi currently at £20?



Get a couple of the Saw horses and probably 4 x 8" or bigger quick clamps.
Works fine for me, though I fudge it with only 2 clamps. Should buy more.
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