|Item Weight||43 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||34 x 39 x 39 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||RK9000|
|Color||silver and yellow|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 year limited warranty|
Rockwell RK9000 Jawhorse
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- The 1-ton clamping force provided by the jaws, which is foot-pedal operated, leaves hands free
- A lock-release switch locks material in place and easily releases with the flick of a switch
- Vice jaws extend to a full 37-inches to clamp even the largest materials, including a standard size 36-inch door
- Tripod base gives exceptional all-terrain stability; front legs incorporate holes to allow floor fastening for more permanent jobs
- Quickly folds down (no tools needed) to a portable 43 pounds; incorporates wheel for even easier portability
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Whether you're an occasional do-it-yourselfer or a professional contractor, the Jawhorse will clamp virtually anything you can imagine. The Jawhorse's serious clamping power lets you accomplish tasks that normally require two people on your own.
The strong and versatile Jawhorse can replace your workbenches, sawhorses, clamps, bench vises, and much more. You can use it to hold work materials in place as you tackle jobs like setting fence posts, hanging doors, installing crown moldings, and placing new sheetrock overhead. Even odd-shaped objects like engine blocks can fit neatly in the Jawhorse's grip.
Apply up to 2,200 Pounds of Force--Hands Free
The Jawhorse features a trademarked hands-free foot pedal that lets you apply up to one metric ton (2,200 pounds) of force, so you don't have to worry about materials slipping while you work. And the jaws can be opened up to 37-inches wide, which is enough to hold most doors securely in place. This gives you maximum flexibility on the job.
The Jawhorse also eliminates the need for individual saw stands and complicated vices. A variety of different saws can be locked into the sturdy jaws on this station, allowing you to make precise cuts quickly and safely--no awkward balancing of large boards or one-handed saw operation required. Patented rubber pads help keep you from denting or scratching wood the way you might using traditional vice clamps, making the Jawhorse ideal for finish work.
Durable, Dependable, and Easy to Transport or Store
The Jawhorse features solid all-steel construction along with an extra-wide stance, providing exceptional strength and stability in a wide variety of conditions. There are no moving plastic parts to break. And with a unique, three-legged design, the Jawhorse is easier to balance on uneven terrain than traditional four-legged sawhorses and mobile workbenches.
The Jawhorse is incredibly simple to use. You just set it up, lock it in place, and clamp your project materials or tools down. This quick and easy setup makes the Jawhorse ideal for use on remote worksites and for people who don't have the space in their busy home or apartment for a permanent workbench.
When not in use, the workstation folds down to a compact 29x14x13 inches for easy transport or storage in a small closet. And weighing in at just 43 pounds, it is easy to lift in and out of work rigs.
When unfolded, an integrated roller makes it incredibly easy to move around the workshop or the jobsite. There are holes in two of the three feet so that you can choose to bolt the Jawhorse down for frequent use in your workshop or on big job sites that require more permanence.
Available Accessories Provide Even Greater Versatility
Versatile accessories (sold separately) let you customize the Jawhorse to better meet your individual needs. You can use the Welding jaw to set up a full welding station. The Chainsaw jaw makes it easy to lock saws in place for sharpening, and Saddlebags let you keep all your tools neatly organized and within arms reach. You can also use the Plywood jaw to adapt the Jawhorse for large sheet goods up to 52-inches wide, or set up the Jawhorse as a reliable Miter Saw Station or a more permanent Work Table.
What's in the Box
Rockwell Jawhorse portable workstation clamping system.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
Here are the cons. There are 4 key parts in the design that are made of plastic. Three of these 4 parts are also "moving" parts, so the claims on the infomercial and other adds for this product that say "no moving plastic parts to replace" and "all steel construction", are simply not true.
First, lets start with the roller, which is used for rolling the product across a surface as one of the transport methods (while using the rear leg as a handle). This part is made of hollow plastic. Instead, it should be made of solid, hardened rubber (the same kind of material used to make industrial, swiveling coaster wheels) to increase durability.
The second part is the yellow latch in front. It is made of plastic, and it sticks out enough to where it could be easily hit and broken (especially by contractors, and when being transported while folded up).
The third one is the end cap which is fastened at the end of the rear leg, and makes contact with the ground during use. Instead of plastic, this should be made of hard rubber, just like the rubber pads at the end of the front legs.Read more ›
I found myself cutting wood, boards or posts by holding the things down with one foot or some other position that wasn't all that safe and decided if I was going to be undertaking such projects I needed to be more careful. This item looked ideal--and it has proved itself repeatedly. I recently had to drill holes in a heavy metal plate, something I'd never tried before. Without this unit to hold the plate securely, I wouldn't have been successful. I got the holes drilled exactly where I wanted them and the two pieces bolted together just right thanks to this extra set of extremely strong hands.
I can see many opportunities for use that will allow me to do things myself that I've had to pay for in the past, or simply not done. It will be nice to have sharp tools again, for example. My son is remodeling his house and is so taken with it, he's buying one too. I'm very satisfied with this purchase.
I continue to use and value this piece of equipment. I've added the LogJaw which I use at least weekly to turn fallen sticks from my trees into tight kindling bundles for the fireplace (squeeze them together in the vice and tie with twine) and cut up branches. I've used the JawHorse to hold up the other end of a 16' fence board for fence repair, something I was unable to do alone before getting this thing. I've noted that the little transport wheel works great on pavement, but is too small to roll well in loose gravel so I transport it in my wagon as it's a bit heavy for me to carry. I've been using it so often, I leave it set up most of the time, just covered with a tarp.
I have the Plywood Jaws, the Miter Saw Station, the Work Station, and the Saddlebags. Reviews for all of these follow, so all I'll say right now is that the Work Station and the Saddlebags were a little disappointing.
The manual has little tiny print, and a bunch of diagrams that are either incomprehensible or so trivial that they are worthless. Luckily, this is a pretty simple tool to set-up and use. There were only a few moments of confusion as I set it up and put it through its paces. Later, when I found my reading glasses, I did find that the instructions in the manual are fairly clear. The only problem I saw with the instructions is that a few of them seem to reference the wrong diagrams. For example, the instruction that says to slide the lock release down refers to a diagram with a big up arrow next to the switch.
Work Table **
I was a bit disappointed in this accessory. It is OK, and will be fine for most painting, sanding, scraping type work, but it's really not up to the standard of the JawHorse, and I would not call it "heavy-duty". It seems to be built more to the standard of a workmate-type product.
The table is only 1/2" thick, giving it a pretty light duty feel. The guide tubes are a little on the loose side, so that the two halves of the work table can (and do) move out of alignment when you bring them together.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My husband says this product should get ten stars! I bought it for one of our 'when we got together' anniversaries (wink), and surprised him with it. Read morePublished 20 days ago by NW Granny
I have one of these and have had one for about 4 years now. I would say it is one of the best tools in my arsenal. Its VERY stable, strong, and the clamp design works great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by WBoweIII
A little heavy, but that makes it steady. Saves having to call the wife to help hold something on some projects.Published 5 months ago by Bob P
Works like a champ! Purchased along with the foldable plywood jaw. Holds work tightly and accurately. Wife loves not being my extra set of hands.Published 5 months ago by Frank Turner