Challenge Xtreme Portable Folding Work Bench700/1394
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About this product
A fundamental piece of kit for the home DIYer, this sturdy Challenge Xtreme work bench features a non-skid foot pad to prevent sliding. The four clamp pads and 24 peg holes help secure odd-shaped work pieces and there is a built-in tool storage in the leg brace.
Easy to assemble, this work bench features a ruler and protractor function. It includes a screw and clamp.
- Folding frame for compact storage.
- Easy to transport.
- Includes instructions.
- Folding size H61, W64, D7cm.
- Size H89, W13, D15cm.
- Vice jaw opening 0-235mm.
- Maximum load 100kg.
- Packaged weight 7.5kg.
- Weight 7.3kg.
- EAN: 0708549165111.
83% would recommend to a friend
Great product for the price
Could have done with an additional spanner
Great price and does what you need
Comes in a box requiring full assembly which is very easy. Fairly strong product and does what you need for multiple cutting tasks. Not the strongest but great value for the price
Good for the money
Looks flimsy in the box but once assembled seems solid enough. This is a budget table so don't expect frills but as a tressle/workbench it does the job.
The top of this work bench is manufactured from MDF and is therefore not a surface on which welding would be safe.
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2 October 2019
No, this Challenge Xtreme Portable Folding Work Bench must not be used as a ladder and you must not step on the workbench or the crossbars.
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21 September 2019
No, i'd struggle to recommend it to stand the paint can on either
18 September 2019
Not knowing your build it's difficult to say, but I wouldn't stand on mine. I'd invest in a hop-up.
18 September 2019
Whilst the Challenge Xtreme Portable Folding Work Bench at 5.8 kg is lightweight for lifting outside to undertake those messy tasks, it has an MDF top and steel base which has not been treated for weather resistance so I would not recommend that you leave this outside.
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8 July 2019
I don't know for sure, but I would guess at badly. The metal frame is very thin and not well protected, and the wooden boards don't feel sealed either.
I would not recommend leaving it outside for any extended period of time, especially in bad weather.
7 July 2019
It's a cheap and cheerful product. Mine lives in the shed when not in use, but if it was out in the elements, I'd say the answer would be "not well"........
6 July 2019
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