There are many folding workbenches on the market, such the venerable Black & Decker Workmate and relatively new Vika TwoFold. So what makes Keter’s portable folding work table stand out from the others we’ve seen?
The Keter work stand features two removable 12-inch bar clamps, which makes it look far more convenient to use than clamping tables like the Workmate and its many clones. Slots in the table allow for horizontal or vertical clamping.
Plastic construction makes the work table lightweight and portable, but strong enough to support up to 1000 lbs.
The work table stands 29.7″ (75.5 cm) tall with the work surface measuring 21.65″ (55 cm) in width and 33.46″ (85 cm) in length.
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Saw these on sale at my local Costco for $50. Might be worth it for that price, probably not the $80 everyone else seems to be selling it for.
I bought one of these last year from HD. A portable work table that you can setup and take down in seconds. The clamps are a good addition. The only problem I have with it is that I wished it was a little taller.
The round aluminum tube legs can be adjusted out to make the bench higher. You can turn the bench on its side and pull on the leg tubes. You can twist as you pull if the aluminum leg does not want to move. The holes on the black plastic leg holders can be used with either wooden dowels or steel pins to retain the legs at four different heights. You may want to drill a hole on the opposite side of the black plastic leg guide to keep the pin or dowel in a better position.
Why did you make the YouTube video Private? I would of liked to see this vedio to see how your product worked.
Thanks for the note, I removed the video. The embedded video was from Keter, and it’s unclear why they marked it as private.
I know I’m dragging up an old post, but I just saw these at my local SAMs club for either $44.99 or $49.99, and got myself one.
I was very impresses that something that starts out about 3 inches thick, can unfold into a work table in about 10 seconds. I really, really like the clever way the clamps fit into grooves on the table so that the bar of the clamp sits flush with the tabletop, or can be easily rotated 90 degrees, to clamp things straight down against the table.
Folding and unfolding looks awkward, but after doing it a few times, it only takes maybe 10 seconds to unfold and lock it into the working position. While not exactly industrial grade, it is one of my better sub $50 purchases.
Have purchased 3 Keter Folding Work Tables and am very pleased with the quality, versatility, and the functionality of them.