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[Canadian Tire] WORX WX051 Pegasus Folding Work Table $99

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[Canadian Tire] WORX WX051 Pegasus Folding Work Table $99

Also available at Rona if you prefer airmiles.

https://www.rona.ca/en/pegasus-multi-fu ... e-32515096


Was same price at Amazon a few weeks ago but lowest price it's ever been. I grabbed one and it's an amazing table.

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Versatile Worx(TM) Pegasus work table that may be used as a sawhorse and work bench. Equipped with clamping system to secure any material firmly. 2 Universal quick clamps. Compact and lightweight design for quick and easy transporation and storage. Folding tray for tool storage. Table joiner link to lock several tables together. Quick and easy setup. Max clamping wdith: 18" (45.7 cm). 6-year warranty.
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Bought this a couple years ago for about $130. Love it! Compact, relatively light but very sturdy. Amongst other things, used it in a small bedroom to make a small desk and outside for making various benches and garden boxes.
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How does this compare to the Keter table? Costco has it for $60 or $69 in store.
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Got this for Bfriday and used it all weekend. Solid and works well. Thinking about getting one more to link them up.
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wheelz wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 7:18 pm
How does this compare to the Keter table? Costco has it for $60 or $69 in store.
Do you see this online at Costco. I can't find it on their website
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wheelz wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 7:18 pm
How does this compare to the Keter table? Costco has it for $60 or $69 in store.
Do you see this online at Costco. I can't find it on their website
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wheelz wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 7:18 pm
How does this compare to the Keter table? Costco has it for $60 or $69 in store.
I had the same question and the answer is WORX is better per head-to-head YouTube demo below. Keter workbench is cheaper available at the Costco warehouse but the design & features are better with WORX Pegasus workbench. Only thing better is workbench capacity of 1000 lb for Keter vs. 300 lb for WORX. The $99 price is also available from WORX direct but with additional shipping charge.

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vr_nguyen wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 8:18 pm
Do you see this online at Costco. I can't find it on their website
It's in store.
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Canadian Tire has a $50 promo card offer in store with $200 spending on Thursday if stock lasts that long.
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Have had a Worx table for a couple years also. Really like it and would consider getting a second at this price. A couple things to note:

1) don't expect the clamps to actually do anything. They don't provide enough clamping pressure to glue boards together and they can't hold a workpiece tight enough to saw accurately with a handsaw. They wobble significantly in the tracks. Even with a something like a circular saw, you're better off clamping the piece with your hand or arm.

2) You can't secure a clamp under the table, either, it is hollow. There's no solid surface for a clamp to contact, and there's very little flat surface area for you to stick a board underneath so you can secure a clamp.

That YouTube video comparison mentions the clamps being more rugged, but they're basically useless. As a sturdy table, great. As a workbench for any kind of fine woodworking or clamping surface, nope.
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Otugrapes wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 8:53 pm
Have had a Worx table for a couple years also. Really like it and would consider getting a second at this price. A couple things to note:

1) don't expect the clamps to actually do anything. They don't provide enough clamping pressure to glue boards together and they can't hold a workpiece tight enough to saw accurately with a handsaw. They wobble significantly in the tracks. Even with a something like a circular saw, you're better off clamping the piece with your hand or arm.

2) You can't secure a clamp under the table, either, it is hollow. There's no solid surface for a clamp to contact, and there's very little flat surface area for you to stick a board underneath so you can secure a clamp.

That YouTube video comparison mentions the clamps being more rugged, but they're basically useless. As a sturdy table, great. As a workbench for any kind of fine woodworking or clamping surface, nope.
Great. My wallet is safe. I will stick to the workmate and my own fold over table.
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Thanks for the note about Rona. I was able to use up and old gift card.
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Otugrapes wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 8:53 pm
Have had a Worx table for a couple years also. Really like it and would consider getting a second at this price. A couple things to note:

1) don't expect the clamps to actually do anything. They don't provide enough clamping pressure to glue boards together and they can't hold a workpiece tight enough to saw accurately with a handsaw. They wobble significantly in the tracks. Even with a something like a circular saw, you're better off clamping the piece with your hand or arm.

2) You can't secure a clamp under the table, either, it is hollow. There's no solid surface for a clamp to contact, and there's very little flat surface area for you to stick a board underneath so you can secure a clamp.

That YouTube video comparison mentions the clamps being more rugged, but they're basically useless. As a sturdy table, great. As a workbench for any kind of fine woodworking or clamping surface, nope.
This is really good information. I don't have much use for this if I can't use its own clamps reliably or even use my own clamps on it flexibly!
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Has it's place for small projects and it's portable.
I still like my Workmate 400 for it's weight.
For a larger work projects, I just set up 2 saw horses.
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Picked this up last year and it’s sturdy. Like otugrapes said though, it has its flaws. It’s a perfect portable table, but not a replacement for an actual work table. I keep mine in my shed and take it out so I can use my power tools outside in my backyard.

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