Over at Amazon, they have this Keter Jobmade portable workbench on sale for just under $60.
Its price has been jumping between $60 and $80 for a while, and so while this isn’t a big deal, it’s worth mentioning, also because this one is a relatively new model.
This model has smaller clamps, which Keter describes as toggle clamps, for securing workpieces, and it looks simpler than their previous bar clamp integrations.
The Keter Jobmade also has swivel feet for helping to stabilize the workbench on uneven ground, a removable organizer box for accessories, recesses in the top surface for holding small parts, and a carrying handle.
It weighs less than 30 pounds and can support loads of up to 1000 pounds. The legs are made of aluminum, and the heavy duty resin top measures around 35″ x 22″, based on the “folded” dimensions.
This looks to be a compact and simple folding worktable with reasonable specs. $60 shipped seems fair.
The new Jobmade looks a lot like the Husky portable workbench – reviewed here. The Husky had a 1500 lb load rating and was priced at $80. It didn’t come with any clamps.
The Husky was a very stable and highly portable work table, and I miss giving it away.
I have been using a Dewalt folding work table that I purchased for $69, and while it’s very quick to set up, it can be a pain to use with clamps.
If I had to buy a portable workbench right now, the Keter is very appealing at $60 with free shipping.