It’s been a couple of years since I reviewed Gladiator’s adjustable height workbench, and I continue to be pleased with its performance. It’s rock solid and has held up well to use. I was hoping that Gladiator’s 6-foot adjustable height workbench would go on sale this holiday season, and was disappointed when it didn’t.
There was a Gladiator workbench on sale this holiday season, but it wasn’t really what I was hoping for.
When checking to see if any retailer had any kind of discount on a Gladiator 6-foot maple-topped adjustable workbench, I came across a new 3-foot mobile workbench, model GAMW36HWEG.
Isn’t it cute?! Err, I mean very highly functional and heavy-duty-looking.
This 3-foot mobile workbench looks to be a great workshop addition. The top is 36″ wide, 24″ deep, and sits at a height of 34″. It can support up to 680 pounds, and comes with 360° swivel casters for ultimate mobility.
Gladiator mentions that the top is rated to hold 600 pounds, and the bottom shelf 80 pounds, giving the unit its 680 pound overall weight capacity rating.
The bottom shelf can be reversed, from being a flat shelf to being a tray with side walls.
Price: $299 with free shipping
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This looks great, as a middle-of-the-workshop assembly table, extra worktop, or even a primary workbench for someone in a small office or workshop. Gladiator’s product description talks about all the ways it can be used around the home as well.
The 4 full-swivel casters looks like a very appealing upgrade. This should make it easier to move the workbench in any direction. They can all lock, helping to reduce movement when using the workbench in place.
There are no specifics about what the hardwood top is made from, but I’m not detracted by that in the least.