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Pegasus Multi-function Work Bench - $99 start July 30

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[Lowe's] Pegasus Multi-function Work Bench - $99 start July 30

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Pegasus 31-in W x 32-in H 0-Drawer Plastic Work Bench
Versatile work table can be used as both sawhorse and work bench
Integrated clamping system securely holds the working material in place
Universal quick clamps can be used on all WORX work support products
Compact and lightweight design for effortless transport and storage a folding tray for convenient storage of tools
Clamps dogs increase clamping options further
Table joiner link locks together multiple units if desired
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Oct 4, 2008
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Good table. I got one a last month in canadian tire.
I can see aspect of using two at the same time being useful enough to warrant spending another 100.
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Side note: Screw you Canadian Tire for not restocking. I ordered 2 and only received 1.

I think most Costcos have run out of their workbench, but if anyone is curious about it vs this, I bought both so I could probably answer questions.

The one burning question is: Is this worth the extra $30?
I'd say yes. It's slightly taller, has better clamps that are also longer, and folds down the "wings" if you need them. It also includes bench dogs.

The Costco one however seems FAR more sturdy, which is reflected in the weight capacity.
It's also easier to carry.
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
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Aug 22, 2006
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Okay WTF. Is BC the redheaded stepchild or are they getting a shipment tomorrow or something?

There's zero stock anywhere in the lower mainland and Vancouver Island.
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
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May 30, 2005
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darkesha wrote: Good table. I got one a last month in canadian tire.
I can see aspect of using two at the same time being useful enough to warrant spending another 100.
I had one, and eventually bought a second one. Great table.

The plastic orange things they designed to lock two tables together don't work very well, though, unless your floor is completely flat. My garage is not.
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Dec 13, 2008
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Finally! Getting my second today.

Dont forget Lowes $10.00 off for new email signups.

Edit:
$99.68 all in, to be delivered (no stock in my region).
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death_hawk wrote: Side note: Screw you Canadian Tire for not restocking. I ordered 2 and only received 1.

I think most Costcos have run out of their workbench, but if anyone is curious about it vs this, I bought both so I could probably answer questions.

The one burning question is: Is this worth the extra $30?
I'd say yes. It's slightly taller, has better clamps that are also longer, and folds down the "wings" if you need them. It also includes bench dogs.

The Costco one however seems FAR more sturdy, which is reflected in the weight capacity.
It's also easier to carry.
I agree. I returned my Costco Keter’s and got 2 of these from the CT sale. Absolutely no regrets. The quality, usability and durability of these are top notch. On the Keter table, I was always worried about the folding mechanism of the legs and whether or not they would eventually break and not fold in.

The Keters are rated to hold 1000lbs and these will hold 300lbs so the Keter is definitely sturdier. However, chances of me using the folding work table for something over 300lbs is not very high.

If you can, I do recommend getting 2 of these as you can use them as sawhorses or connect them with 2x4’s and put a long piece of plywood on top to create an extended work area.
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Dec 5, 2016
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Ordered one with the $10 off coupon. Thanks OP.

Total came to $100.57.

Now hopefully it doesn't take a month for delivery.
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Jun 25, 2018
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Thanks OP. Ordered one with the $10 off coupon. Also got a mail that it's shipped!!!Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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bought one at CT during their sale, it's very useful as an extra foldable + sturdy table.....ggot another one (with 15% off customer service coupon due to previous cancelled order) ... thanks!
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Even at this price I find it hard to justify the cost. Still seems expensive for what it is. Am I looking at this wrong?
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ahammad wrote: Even at this price I find it hard to justify the cost. Still seems expensive for what it is. Am I looking at this wrong?
Yes. Try to build a drawer sitting on the bucket and doing all bench work on concrete floor. Then try building six more drawers.
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darkesha wrote: Yes. Try to build a drawer sitting on the bucket and doing all bench work on concrete floor. Then try building six more drawers.
LOL, been there, except it was 2 drawers, and the glue up sucked because i didn't have anything to clamp/hold other than gravity. Good point.

I am debating this vs making a fixed bench hanging off the wall or something like that instead. The fixed bench would have a larger area, be cheaper, but it would be more limited because it is attached to a wall. The alternative is making my own rolling work bench which would be a lot sturdier and larger for less money, but again, it is not foldable/collapsible so it will ALWAYS take up space. Hmmm
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ahammad wrote: LOL, been there, except it was 2 drawers, and the glue up sucked because i didn't have anything to clamp/hold other than gravity. Good point.

I am debating this vs making a fixed bench hanging off the wall or something like that instead. The fixed bench would have a larger area, be cheaper, but it would be more limited because it is attached to a wall. The alternative is making my own rolling work bench which would be a lot sturdier and larger for less money, but again, it is not foldable/collapsible so it will ALWAYS take up space. Hmmm

here you go
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salva10 wrote: here you go
Wow that is actually pretty clever. Thanks for sharing, I think I can come up with something similar.
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32" height seems a tad too low is it not?

I'm thinking kitchen counter height is optimal, which is roughly 36" if I'm not mistaken.
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kenchau wrote: 32" height seems a tad too low is it not?

I'm thinking kitchen counter height is optimal, which is roughly 36" if I'm not mistaken.
For me it's a perfect height, any higher I'd feel pretty awkward running my portable saws to cut wood while keeping an eye over the cut.

Also just got my table delivered. Looks good! Though Lowes ships it as is and not within another box.

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