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Craftsman Professional  Height Adjustable Clamping Table

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Product Overview:
Item Weight (lbs.): 45.0 lbs.
Type: Clamping Table
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Worksurface Material: Laminate
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Assembly Required: Assembly Required

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Th Craftsman Professional Height Adjustable Clamping Table is the perfect accessory for your garage or workstation. Featurin a heavy gauge steel frame, an adjustable work surface, and a tilt of up to 90 degrees, this table is durable and extremely versatile.

  • Features:
    • Heavy gauge steel frame, laminate work surface material
    • Adjusts from 28-43"
    • Tilts to 90 degrees
    • 3/4" laminated table top surface
    • Stationary

    • 20-3/4" H x 30-14" W
    • Weight: 45 lbs.
    • Some assembly required


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      Added on July 26, 2010

     

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    25 Reviews Write a review
    13 Reviewers (52.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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    Most Helpful Reviews

    Praise4 found this helpful
    RickB77
    Feb 10 , 2009
    Workbench
    I was going to buy a Black & Decker workbench, but it was only 30 inches high, but when I heard that the Craftsman bench was adjustable, I decided to try it. It's perfect for me because I'm 6-5. Fully extended, it comes up to my waist. Therefore, i think it's great for tall guys.
    Criticism3 found this helpful
    ToolJunkie11787
    Feb 12 , 2011
    Craftsman Professional Height Adjustable Clamping Table
    This beast is heavy, poorly designed, and harder to set up than previous clamping tables I have owned (going back 30 years or so). The complicated leg assembly makes it virtually impossible to clamp something vertically if it needs to extend very far below the face of the table (e.g., support a vertical 2x4 if you need to work on its end) because all the stuff underneath gets in the way. I could live with this limited utility, but one of the cheap plastic crank handles cracked at the screw that holds it to the shaft, and when i went on line to find a replacement part I discovered that none were available and there were no substitutes. Now it's pretty much a small, over-priced work surface. So much for Sears standing behind their tools.
     

    Al_Komp

    Fort Lauderdale, FL

    Jul 16 , 2014
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    Overall
    Comes in handy

    Love the adjustable height. Very versatile and compact for storage.

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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    Mar 1 , 2013
    via sears.com
    Overall
    great workmate

    Very useful when working by yourself. All you need are some clamps to hold things in place.

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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    dwnh

    Grantham, NH

    Dec 30 , 2012
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    Overall
    Just Fine

    After reading the other 19 reviews, I knew what to expect. This is a sturdy base with a fairly cheap top operated with unfortunately cheap, plastic handles. What I like about it, is that the height adjusts and the table tilts. It fits my needs perfectly. I gave it 4 stars as Sears can do better with the top and plastic hardware, but it is still worth its price. I'll just have to be careful with it. I'm using it for woodworking. Its clamping mechanism is certainly not for heavy duty clamping. It's a great idea. I'd pay twice the price for one made of quality materials.


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    TheFoods

    San Antonio, TX

    Dec 6 , 2012
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    Just what we were looking for!

    Very easy to use, collapse and move. Both my husband and I love the versatility! Not just for woodworking... great for crafting too!

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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    Whomcantell

    Pacifica, CA

    Aug 16 , 2012
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    Great Product for the Price.

    Great price. Sturdy, solid and easy to use. The reviews about the feet popping off are accurate. not a product defect but an assembly defect. Most people are in such a hurry to get going on the project they (as it was for me) try to shortcut the purchase and assembly of this unit. It's obvious that the rubber foot pads require patience ti install. You may even get them backward first shot. Using a rubber mallet I was able to pop them on reasonable well. The weight of the table when I sat on it reinforced  the setting. I am 6'3" the adjustable height is AMAZING. It takes all the stress off my back for extended periods. The height adjustment also allows me to mate it up to my miter saw table perfectly for precision cuts. I have cut all sorts of **** with this thing. Flooring, pipes 2x4, 4x4 and 1x6" besides! Plastic handles guide the steel worm screws.Operation of jaws is smooth and even. Heavy weight means it's solid. the first time you place 5' of 4" galvanized pipe in the jaws you'll understand. Folds up slim. Folds out with a well placed shove of your foot. Legs spread evenly, top folds down/out and handily secured with 2 stout dog legged handles attached to 3/8" bolts. No need to lower unit and lose your settings. Folds easily in the extended position. For the price better than the comptition. 

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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    David2084

    East Stroudsburg, PA

    Oct 19 , 2011
    Overall
    Disapointed

    Heavy work bench with very cheap plasitic parts. The feet on two legs were broken in two days and there are no replacements to be found. Sears really blew this one. I guess I will have to buy directly from China if I want any customer service on this one. Thanks but no thanks.


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    ToolJunkie11787

    Smithtown, NY

    Feb 12 , 2011
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    Craftsman Professional Height Adjustable Clamping Table

    This beast is heavy, poorly designed, and harder to set up than previous clamping tables I have owned (going back 30 years or so). The complicated leg assembly makes it virtually impossible to clamp something vertically if it needs to extend very far below the face of the table (e.g., support a vertical 2x4 if you need to work on its end) because all the stuff underneath gets in the way. I could live with this limited utility, but one of the cheap plastic crank handles cracked at the screw that holds it to the shaft, and when i went on line to find a replacement part I discovered that none were available and there were no substitutes. Now it's pretty much a small, over-priced work surface. So much for Sears standing behind their tools.


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    AED

    Oak Park, IL

    Jul 6 , 2010
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    Adjustable Clamping Table - OK, but not fantastic

    The table itself is sturdy and well-built, but a lot of the little plastic parts seem very flimsy. For example, the plastic feet keep popping off and the little plastic corner protectors are also constantly falling off. I do like the clamping and the adjustable size of the table, as well as how easy it is to tilt to a specific angle.


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    BEFUDLED

    , GLENDALE AZ

    Jul 21 , 2009
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    Overall
    plastic parts

    The plastic turn handle broke the first time touched it. Store clerks could not find the part or the table model on the in store computer, nor can I at home? kinda an expensive saw horse.


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    Anonymous

    , Kentucky

    May 14 , 2009
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    Overall
    Good Table

    Bought this table for the height adjustment so I could make a longer table with another Craftsman work table I have had for 8 years. I am getting another just like it to go along with this one. Yes, the feet are plastic and the handles are plastic and they do break. The table top is MDF. A little initiative and determination and anyone with any skills at all can repair these minor problems. The table will last a very long time. Thank You Sears for a good product.

    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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