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Stanley Folding Junior Saw Horses Pair £19.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 14th Mar

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Good price for these saw horses, easy to store and every sturdy.

Lightweight and strong saw horses. Non-slip surface to hold the workpiece during use and non-slip rubber feet for added stability. Additional V-groove in the top supports smaller items and round items, such as pipework. Folds flat for easy transportation and storage. Includes tray for tools.

Folds Flat for Storage
Max. 362kg Load per Pair
Anti-Slip Rubber Feet
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make your own.
Edited by: "1850maggie" 14th Mar
1850maggie14/03/2020 19:21

make your own.


Agree, stay creative! Pick up some free pallets, add some hinges and with the money you save you can stock up on toilet roll..
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I'm sure I had this in last year's Grand National it fell at the first?
urbanbushwacker14/03/2020 16:52

I'm sure I had this in last year's Grand National it fell at the first?


I remenber that! The rider got up unscathed but the horse was a bit sore afterwards.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 14th Mar
These are rubbish. The plastic latches fall apart. So poorly made and flimsy. Abandoned mine and bought some Toughbuilt ones instead.
cps duratool £13.56
Wadadli_Cooler14/03/2020 17:45

These are rubbish. The plastic latches fall apart. So poorly made and …These are rubbish. The plastic latches fall apart. So poorly made and flimsy. Abandoned mine and bought some Toughbuilt ones instead.


X2, interesting you have the same problem, drives me mad trying to re-engage the multiple clips at the base. Ok once put back together, but not the simple open up and use they are designed to be. Only one of a pair has failed.
brightsky14/03/2020 18:07

cps duratool £13.56


Interesting, they certainly don't look like 170kg capacity....price for me is £23.93 though.
make your own.
Edited by: "1850maggie" 14th Mar
I’ve had several of these, they’re ok but I always end up forgetting myself and putting my foot on the bottom cross brace and they just snap in half.
1850maggie14/03/2020 19:21

make your own.


Agree, stay creative! Pick up some free pallets, add some hinges and with the money you save you can stock up on toilet roll..
Pony and Trap !!!!!!!!!!
mozzer_Morris14/03/2020 18:08

X2, interesting you have the same problem, drives me mad trying to …X2, interesting you have the same problem, drives me mad trying to re-engage the multiple clips at the base. Ok once put back together, but not the simple open up and use they are designed to be. Only one of a pair has failed.


I get your frustration but I've never had any issues with the bases uncliping and I rest power tools on them regularly. I'm pretty sure the bottom shelf is not designed for full body weight to allow for easy folding but i get your point if you forget and stick your foot throught it! I suppose at the end of the day they are £10 each pieces of plastic and if used accordingly they are great value. They are super light weight and can be unfolded with 1 hand, great price of kit to have in the garage or on site. Granted not heavy duty for planking them to stand on but having used these for the past 9 months on a house renovation to support timber lengths and sheets etc trailing them to various parts of the house they are much better than the heavy metal ones for example. I would thoroughly recommend these at this price!
1850maggie14/03/2020 19:21

make your own.


That’s a cracking idea! I’ve got loads of wood left over from a garden chair I built last summer. Guess what I’ll be doing this weekend? 🏼
Disappointing
1850maggie14/03/2020 19:21

make your own.


Second that - sorry OP
Edited by: "elche286" 17th Mar
Bought an earlier version of these maybe 10 years back. Lasted well but being so light they do tend to topple over quite easily.
Last used them to sand & paint a couple of quite heavy doors.
Think I might go for summat a bit sturdier if I had to buy again but ok for occasional DIY use.
Easy to store being so light.
Don’t waste your time with these - Toughbuilt tou c700 are the ones. Last a lifetime
These are a waste of time and energy.
Toughbuilt are very sturdy. I might try knocking up some of these
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