Specifications & Dimensions
|Depth (in.):||24 in.|
|Table Dimensions:||72 W x 24 D x 1 H in.|
|Width (in.):||72 in.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||100.0 lbs.|
|Color/Finish:||Baked enamel Black|
|Worksurface Back Trough:||N/A|
|Worksurface Banded Edges:||Yes|
|Worksurface Material:||Medium density fiberboard|
|Worksurface Rounded Corners:||N/A|
|Worksurface Side Tray:||N/A|
|Worksurface Thickness:||1 in.|
|Assembly Required:||Assembly Required|
Ratings & Reviews
Be Prepared To Tackle Anything with the Craftsman Black 6 Ft. Workbench
Brains meet brawn in this well-designed, sturdy workbench. Letting you handle even the toughest projects, this powerful Craftsman workbench handles up to a 1,450 pound load capacity and a large work space making any project you tackle achievable. The six foot workbench fits neatly in your garage or basement and offers the perfect height and space to comfortably stand or sit. Built for the guy who likes to get things done, if you can lift it, this workbench will hold it.
Understanding how frustrating it can be to look for parts that roll off the bench, this rock solid unit features self-leveling feet as well as a backsplash so your tools, parts or projects won’t roll away and get lost, and the wobble-free bench stays firmly in place even as you tackle heavy-duty tasks. Putting it together is fast and simple as all the components line up for a perfect fit and its sealed, banded work surface resists scratches and spills. With the sleek and versatile Craftsman black 6 ft. workbench, you get Craftsman’s legendary quality and dependability for many years of serious woodworking, repairing and general home improvement projects.
- The Craftsman workbench gives you the workspace to tackle heavy-duty tasks
- Large banded fiberboard top with protective seal provides spacious work surface
- Solid steel frame comes with pre-drilled holes for other components
- Four large adjustable leveling feet provide solid feel and stability on uneven floors
- 1,450 lb. overall load capacity helps it withstand tough projects
- 2 in. metal backsplash helps prevent parts from rolling off
- 1 in. thick coated MDF top with banded edges
- Accepts up to two 5-drawer workbench modules (009-10133) or rolling tool storage for additional storage in a neat and compact workspace
- Utilize Craftsman VersaTrack wall system and accessories to maximize storage space
- Dimensions: 72" W x 24" D x 41-1/4" H
- Weight: 100 lbs. (45 kg)
- Assembly required
- Easy-to-follow instructions
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
I purchased this bench as it was on clearance at a local Sears store. They had the bench, the stainless steel top, as a 3 drawer storage module sitting there so I bought them all. The stainless steel top is flashy with the base. I do have this same bench in red with the standard top, and it also is very nice. I put the 3 drawer shelf module on the right side and a 5 drawer module on the right side of the bench. I was able to organize all of my gate hardware, deck screws, caulk and guns, and my sanders and drill in these storage accessories. Now my bench is clean and organized since i have them all stored. What may be more imprtnat is my wife can find stuff when she calls me at work and needs to use a tool, I can tell her which drawer to get it from. Overall a great bench I recommend.
I just bought this today and its a decent medium duty bench. I put it in the cave for a soldering station and little project + the wife is pissed because I have tools laying all around house and in the dresser drawers. So to me, I like and prefer top of the line stuff. But, because of budget restraints $160.99 on sale, I opted for this bench and also purchased the 5 drawer module which is another story. I'll write a review on that also. For the sale price, your not going to find a better bench than this.
I was a little apprehensive about buying and assembling this workbench due to some of the reviews, but the price was right and it looked nice from the pictures, so I bought it anyway. I followed the directions and had no problems assembling it whatsoever. I'm happy with it and would recommend it to anyone for light to medium duty projects. I do have two small complaints though: one of the side supports had some pretty deep scratches, but I just arranged it so it would be facing the rear of the workbench; the other being that I think it should include four extra screws for mounting the bench to the frame - 6 just doesn't seem appropriate for the weight of the bench.
This bench fit perfect in the space I setup in my garage workshop. It is well built and very easy to setup. The only gripe I have is that I added the underneath 5 drawers and there wasn't a cut out on one of the bottom cross bars so I had to cut it myself
All steel frame is a little tricky for one person to assemble, an extra pair of hands makes it easy. Once together and adjusted to the floor, this is a wonderful bench. Mated to the lighted back wall, and the 5 drawer pedestal make this a great addition to any shop or garage, basement or whatever.
Saint Charles, MO
Not much I can say about the one I bought because it's still in the box, but from what I see in the store it's just what I wanted, I also bought the drawer unit to go with it.
Easy and actually fun to assemble. Pay attention to the directions and you can't go wrong. Just keep track of which side is front and which is back. I had the recommend tools that made the job easy. Any other way could present a challenge. Also installed one drawer module made it look fantastic! Tall but nice height for tedious work or sitting on a stool. Solid in construction for light to medium duty. Don't think I'd want to rebuild much more than a lawn mower engine on it though!
El Monte, CA
Where do i even start off.. This table is just Cheap written all over it. The metal is such a thin gauge, the table top is just cheap wood, and I believe the person who made this just designed it on a computer without testing it before selling it. I built the frame as instructed and at the final part you install the wood top. Guess what, the top does not have pre-drilled holes. It wouldnt be a problem but the design of the piece makes it difficult to reach and drill in the tap screws, which are hex bolts. If a carpenter bought this, they would of had trouble installing this as they wouldnt have impact guns for this part. After I finally got the top and frame together, I had to flip the over and oh unlucky me, ALL THE TAP SCREWS RIPPED OUT of the table top... ARE YOU KIDDING ME? I dont even know how this got past the drawing board.. Its a work bench, that cannot support its own weight.. I just ended up getting my own screws and installed 10 mounting points. Also if you are getting this with the backwall, do not drill down the table top first. The mounting points are different then the instruction. I have like 20 holes on the bottom of my table because of this... Have fun installing the backwall, make sure you have a friend.
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