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The portable QuikBENCH™ is a lightweight, easy to set up workbench capable of holding up to 300 lbs. Convert two QuikBENCHES™ to sawhorses, and together they will hold up to 2,000 lbs. Two benches...
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The portable QuikBENCH™ is a lightweight, easy to set up workbench capable of holding up to 300 lbs. Convert two QuikBENCHES™ to sawhorses, and together they will hold up to 2,000 lbs. Two benches can be connected together to form a work station; in fact, you can connect as many benches as necessary to create a bench sized to your specific needs. The QuikBENCH work surface measures 30" x 24" and is 32" in height. Each bench has a 24"-wide by 3-1/2" opening vise and a 15-amp, circuit protected, three-outlet power strip, plus four plastic bench dogs.
Portable modular workbench
30" x 24" work surface & 22" x 16" storage shelf
300-lb. capacity; Onboard power strip
Full front clamping mechanism
Comes with four plastic bench dogs
The portable QuikBENCH™ is lightweight at 23 lbs, easy to set up workbench capable of holding up to 300 lbs. Convert two QuikBENCHES™ to sawhorses, and together they will hold up to 2,000 lbs.
Two benches can be connected together to form a work station; in fact, you can connect as many benches as necessary to create a bench sized to your specific needs. The QuikBENCH work surface measures 30″ x 24″ and is 32″ in height. Each bench has a 24″-wide by 3-1/2″ opening vise and a 15-amp, circuit protected, three-outlet power strip, plus four plastic bench dogs.
Woodcraft product manager Ben Bice applies finish to a cabinet door, using a single QuikBENCH.
The bench’s built-in power strip and uses for multiple benches are also pictured.
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You’ll want to start building or improving your shop, starting with this Rust-Oleum based nonslip, epoxy paint and sealed floor. Great for resurfacing a concrete floor, this project will allow for easy clean-up leaving a show room finish. But don’t keep it clean, fill it with sawdust made from your handiwork and enjoy it! Create a two-wall workshop and outfit it with four outstanding shop projects using the Cut Lists and Convenience-Plus Buying Guides, all in the August/September Issue #54 of Woodcraft Magazine. We’ve never packed this much information all in one publication, so this issue is a must have!
Woodcraft Supply has acquired the exclusive North American distributorship for the QuikBENCH™, a product the company believes will meet the needs of both woodworkers and home do-it-yourself enthusiasts. “What is neat about this product is its versatility and portability,” Vince Grlovich, Woodcraft vice president for sales and marketing, said. “It can fit into a small space in a workshop or garage or be easily transported to another worksite. And depending upon available workspace, it can be expanded in size by connecting additional QuikBENCHES.”
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Discover Great Gift Ideas at Woodcraft with Scott & Suzy Phillips, Co-Hosts of The American Woodshop
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Works for me
I'm not sure what some of the other reviewers expect from a plastic workbench, but I think this is a great value for the money if you get these on sale. I've used it to support my Dewalt planer when working outside, and it was stable and strong with that weight on it. They're light enough that it's probable that they wouldn't be all that stable without additional weight. But they clean easily (you hose them off) and with a couple of them, you can make a long work platform. I bought a pair (on sale) and they're very versatile. No complaints at all.
The bottom shelf broke and makes the bench unusable.
not very steady
This item is not very steady, as an avid shooter I wanted this table to hold my rifles to I could clean them. I spent more time holding the table than cleaning my rifles.
not what you think
My wife bought me one of these for Christmas. The item came in a box that looked like it ad been opened and was sitting in a dusty warehouse. The power cord connector fell of immediately and will not snap back in because the plastic it is molded from is deformed. The orange shelf is so flimsy it barely holds any weight. It also broke after about 3 uses. Save yourself some agony. keep your wood saw horse.
The 2nd time I used the Quickbench, the lower tray broke
Great Bench for Home Projects
What I like best about QuikBench is how easy it is to move and set up. I use it for most projects around the home that require a solid work surface. I love it for my wet tile saw - no more soggy plywood or wet board tables constructed with sawhorses for me. QuikBench does a much better job. Was surprised at how much weight this thing can hold. Solid win for the money.
nice for workshop, not for jobsite
Good design and works well in the shop but they are a little fragile for site work. I had two of them and they both broke where the folding bottom shelf meets the support legs which means that the legs won't lock in the open position anymore. The power strip is very useful.
Good table but
I have a small shop can put this table in the corner when not in use. It is very strong can hold more weight than you have room to put
It's a work horse!
I'd like to have another one to use as saw horses!