Work Table/Cart - 200-Lb. Capacity
Handy little table
Have several of them in my shop and garage. Very versatile and easy to move around. Makes any project flow more efficiently. Will probably buy more in the future.
April 25, 2014
Perfect workshop addition
I bought four of these tables for my blacksmith shop, one for each anvil and workstation. They are sturdy, easy to move around, and hold all the punches, tongs, hammers, and anvil tools one needs for any task. In less than an hour, I had the four tables unpacked, assembled, and in the shop. All the necessary hardware was there, all the tables were in perfect condition, and all the bolt holes lined up easily. I and my blacksmithing students look forward to many years of use!
February 4, 2014
Should be very useful
This will be very useful when working on the truck and tractor. It will be nice to have tools within reach on not on the floor! Good deal on sale.
March 14, 2011
Perfect for any task
I bought one of these a couple years ago and found it to be invaluable for my use, (which incidently was to clean my pistols after shooting). You can raise it to your standing height or drop it down to a sitting height. Common tools can be hung in front and there is a separator on the far side of the table to keep various cans, etc. from sliding around. A rubber ribbed mat covered the surface, and the wheels make it easy to roll away when not in use. The price is fantastic and I ended up buying one for my brother. I couldn't begin to list all the other possible uses for this other than automotive.
September 13, 2010
Was a little skeptical because of the great price. Nice Work Table.
May 24, 2010
Great Portable Work Table
This table has a large enough work surface to meet most shop needs and can be moved around the shop where needed. The adjustable work surface height is very handy. It is sturdy but lightweight enough with good wheels to be moved easily with weight on it. If you are near the max weight limit, I would recommend keeping the weight as nearly centered on the table as possible. Since the height is adjustable, there can be no diagonal braces from the outer edges of the work surface to the down tube. The bottom tube where the wheels mount is adjustable outward to provide a broader base of support for the table. The work surface has a small place for tools and a rubber mat to protect the work surface. Overall a very good quality and useful table.
February 22, 2010
For the money, this is a good worktable. I use it to help keep myself organized. I probably would not put heavy items on it. If you leave your tools on the floor and end up kicking parts and tools across the garage (accidentally), then you need this table.
February 22, 2010
not very sturdy for a 200# rating, casters need to be bigger , packaging needs to be better as corners were damaged in transit
February 15, 2010
Handy, but lame quality
I bought this table for my dad's shop last Christmas and was not impressed with the quality. Don't get me wrong, it's really useful but a sloppy paint job, sloppy construction, and unfinished edges give it a 3 of 5. I also agree with the other reviewer, the "200lb capacity" is way too high. It's really not robust enough for that much weight. 75lbs is more like it. I guess if you're looking for a cheap, simple surface to put hand tools on then this is it. Just don't expect much more.
April 1, 2009
Pretty decent Tool Cart for the money
I bought one of these Tool Carts 6 months ago, and use it every day in a Manufacturing Environment (Industrial HVAC). I usually have half my tool chest on it, and made a rack for the bottom to carry additional supplies and parts for the repairs and assembling I do. In short, I wheel this Tool Cart around all day all over our factory and I must say it's definately better than the more expensive cart that it replaced. The reason I say "Pretty Decent" is because I crunched the tray on top with a 150 pound Electric Motor last month, so the 200 pound rating is questionable (I weld, so I just welded a new plate on top after I straightened out the tray, and the Cart is still in service). The Tray has also been hit by Fork Trucks and banged around a little bit, but I will say that the uprights and casters are still in great shape, and I haven't babied it. Several other retailers sell this cart for 99 to 129 dollars. I say this is a good value for the money for anyone who needs a sturdy Tool Cart to carry around your tools.
July 9, 2007