|Item Weight||20.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||33 x 29.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||60622|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Stanley 60622 Folding Adjustable Sawhorse (2-Pack)
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- Adjusts from 30 inches to 37 inches in height
- Handles up to 1000-pound load capacity
- Equipped with a convenient metric and inch ruler on top frame for quick measurements
- Designed with anti-slip rubber on feet and top for additional safety
- Easy to fold and transport around the work-site
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First, when the top supports are extended, the extension wings are pretty flimsy. In every other way, these horses seem durable, but these wings are made of flimsy plastic and have little internal support. The result--they twist easily, bend downward with little pressure, and seem like they'd break easily. Now, if you're always laying material on them perfectly flat, you should be fine because the load will mostly be carried on the strong top member. Just don't put weight on the wings alone.
The second problem is more of a packaging issue. The package comes with two "smart v-groove attachments" that fit on the ends of the top member to support a 2x4 (either flat or on its side) or a pipe, depending on which way you attach them. See the problem? You get TWO--that's enough for ONE sawhorse. Maybe that's okay if you're using them to hold a pipe, but for a 2x4 work surface, you'd need two per horse. What's worse, Stanley apparently doesn't sell these things separately, so if you want two more, you'll have to make them yourself. This is just dumb--either give us four, or at least sell them separately! Don't know what the folks at Stanley were thinking here.
The horses came in a huge box--actually, two large boxes taped together--with a bit of packing paper tossed in. I could have gotten in the box with these sawhorses and had room to spare. They weren't damaged, but it's a laughable packing job.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Light weight, extremely sturdy, good width and adjustable in height, with a storage shelf for tools underneath when opened .Published 5 months ago by Bob P
compact and sturdy, it become difficult to unfold after continuous use because the middle gets misaligned. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Damion
You might want to buy them because they are pretty cheap. They are fairly strong, lightweight and fold-able. They have a problem folding properly. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jamie Dusty
I'm very fond of these sawhorses but I can't believe the price has almost doubled since I bought them. Read morePublished on January 1, 2014 by xkydivr
These are easy to move around and use for different projects.
I hang them on the wall flat to take less room. Read more
if you need a sawhorse and you don't want to make a pair yourself (recommended, not that hard) do yourself a favor and just buy the steel fat max variety. Read morePublished on September 7, 2013 by Patrick Farrell
I had one set that I bought at Menards. Like most sons, mine kept borrowing mine. So I bought another set for myself and one for him. He STILL comes and gets one set. Read morePublished on March 24, 2013 by David Horn
I thought about going cheap and using 2 x 4s and those brackets. I'm glad I didn't. I am a tall guy and these saw horses raise quite high. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Luther Fan