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WORX WX051 Pegasus Multi-Function Work Table and Sawhorse with Quick Clamps - £89.99 @ positecworx / eBay
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WORX WX051 Pegasus Multi-Function Work Table and Sawhorse with Quick Clamps - £89.99 @ positecworx / eBay

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  • Versatile work table that converts to a sawhorse and work bench in seconds, with Handy, built-in storage shelf, no assembly required
  • Compact, foldable, and lightweight for take-anywhere action and storage, 5-inch depth when folded
  • Work table mode supports loads up to 300 lbs., sawhorse mode supports up to 1, 000 lbs., features Locking legs
  • Feel Confident with the 2 quick clamps and 4 clamp pegs (dogs) included to secure a variety of materials and shapes
  • Table top is 31 x 25 inches or 725 square inches, 32 inches in height, and weight 30 lbs.
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I looked at the screwfix one too before purchasing the Worx table. On paper the screwfix table claimed to hold more weight but for me the one significant negative I found with reviewers was the system apparently relies on the plastic centre/side panels snapping into place to provide it’s rigidity when deployed. This, some reviewers claimed was cause for concern with regards robustness and longevity, I.e. plastic tabs snapping off with repeated use, etc..

The Worx positives for me were the metal subframe construction and it’s apparent versatility. Used with both table leafs folded down, I’ve used it as a very stable saw horse. In this configuration it claims to support a similar weight as the Screwfix table. With one of the table leafs folded down I can imagine, with the clamps deployed it would be a very useful and stable platform to hold a large piece of work such as a door, etc. at a useful 45 degree angle. With both table leafs folded up it makes an exceptionally large work area. With the pervious caveats regarding it’s plastic construction in mind.

In short, a solid wood or even plywood table top would have been ideal but I suspect this would have added significant weight and cost to the product. In the absence of a workshop or even a garage with ample space for a proper work bench I find this is a useful, convenient and portable work table that is light and quick to deploy and put away. As such, when preparing to do any diy, it is usually the first thing I fetch from the garage without much thought.
Edited by: "pett1985" 19th Apr
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Not a bad price. Thanks for posting.
for the price nice bit of kit
1st time I've seen these, looks decent quality, nice find and heat added.
Reminds me of the old Black and Decker Workmate
Bought one of these a couple of months ago from Amazon when they were on sale at £77. I’ve used it many times since. It’s relatively light and very easy to setup and pack away meaning it’s my go to table, quickly deployed even for little jobs around the home.

There are a couple of minor negatives to be mindful of.

The working surface is relatively large and made out of reinforced plastic box like cross bracing which is sturdy enough for most work but I still use my old Black and Decker WorkMate when heavy clamping and hammering/chiselling is required.

The clamps that come with the table are useful if you just need to quickly hold a piece of work steady but are a little light weight for anything serious.

Overall, a good price at £89.99 but not worth Amazon’s current £120 price because of the above mentioned limitations.
Edited by: "pett1985" 19th Apr
All it does is hold wood, I can get the wife to do that!
markevans3119/04/2020 19:03

Reminds me of the old Black and Decker Workmate


Yep, i got one for Xmas last year (I asked for it). How does this compare as the workmate is obviously metal and supports 250kg in weight and visually seems better build quality
I looked at the screwfix one too before purchasing the Worx table. On paper the screwfix table claimed to hold more weight but for me the one significant negative I found with reviewers was the system apparently relies on the plastic centre/side panels snapping into place to provide it’s rigidity when deployed. This, some reviewers claimed was cause for concern with regards robustness and longevity, I.e. plastic tabs snapping off with repeated use, etc..

The Worx positives for me were the metal subframe construction and it’s apparent versatility. Used with both table leafs folded down, I’ve used it as a very stable saw horse. In this configuration it claims to support a similar weight as the Screwfix table. With one of the table leafs folded down I can imagine, with the clamps deployed it would be a very useful and stable platform to hold a large piece of work such as a door, etc. at a useful 45 degree angle. With both table leafs folded up it makes an exceptionally large work area. With the pervious caveats regarding it’s plastic construction in mind.

In short, a solid wood or even plywood table top would have been ideal but I suspect this would have added significant weight and cost to the product. In the absence of a workshop or even a garage with ample space for a proper work bench I find this is a useful, convenient and portable work table that is light and quick to deploy and put away. As such, when preparing to do any diy, it is usually the first thing I fetch from the garage without much thought.
Edited by: "pett1985" 19th Apr
I've got the macallister one (made by keter) and one of the plastic fittings at the top of the leg snapped off as they don't like lateral loads. Keter have me a refund though (Screwfix were rubbish). This looks much more sturdy.
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