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Gladiator Adjustable Height 8' Maple Workbench - $384.99

fatdesire 18 June 14, 2014 at 12:18 PM in Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV) (3) More Sears Deals
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Sears currently has the Gladiator Adjustable Height 8' Maple Workbench for $384.99 without any other coupons or rewards. As usual that comes with free store pickup. urlhasbeenblocked shows that Amazon's low price for that was $429.53 and Home Depot's 20% off sale has it at $439.20.

Link updated, try this:
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...959092000P

Even without other discounts I'd consider the Sears deal to be a good price. If you're lucky like I was and have Shop Your Way specials that apply it may even become an even slicker deal. In my case I had a 20% bonus rewards that applied and of course bought it with cash back. Those two combos made it so that it was around 50% off, and the product itself has great reviews everywhere I looked. YMMV, but hopefully some others can take advantage of this pricing. Good luck.
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link doesn't work
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Actually THIS link:

http://www.sears.com/gladiator-6%...ockType=G2

These are great benches...I have 2.

Edit: WHAT is with these SEARS links??? Just search for this bench on Sears.com...If you need these benches, they are great, and these actually are priced reasonably. Quality always costs more than the cheap stuff, IMO.
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$400 and some time can make you one hell of a workbench.

this thing is for the lazy carpenter :p
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Quote from bubblepuppy View Post :
Actually THIS link:

http://www.sears.com/gladiator-6%...ockType=G2

These are great benches...I have 2.

Edit: WHAT is with these SEARS links??? Just search for this bench on Sears.com...If you need these benches, they are great, and these actually are priced reasonably. Quality always costs more than the cheap stuff, IMO.
$349 is for the 6' bench. The 8' bench is only $385
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Quote from t0fu View Post :
$400 and some time can make you one hell of a workbench.

this thing is for the lazy carpenter :p
No warranty when you build it yourself
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Quote from Schroedernd View Post :
$349 is for the 6' bench. The 8' bench is only $385

Woah, thanks for the correction!

"this thing is for the lazy carpenter :p"

The lazy carpenter would be me, lol. That, and once you have achieved a degree of financial success, you oftentimes morph into the LAZY CARPENTER! (that is, with the help of things like SD and good fortunes in life...employment, investing & good health of course). It seems that in life, you either have TIME or MONEY, & usually never BOTH simultaneously. In my younger days, I built several benches for my basement. These days (mid-life), I just go out & buy what I want.

I REALLY like these benches, & you all will too, if ya got the funds to spare.
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Quote from t0fu View Post :
$400 and some time can make you one hell of a workbench.

this thing is for the lazy carpenter :p
The maple top alone would cost you $300 bucks at least.
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Quote from azndragon04 View Post :
The maple top alone would cost you $300 bucks at least.

time is money for some people, but if you're just a hobbyist, you could pick up maple scraps from the nearest lumber yard to build a butcher block top.... if you INSIST on it being maple
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No warranty when you build it yourself
Don't need one because it's not going to break.
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Quote from zhopa View Post :
Don't need one because it's not going to break.
The gladiator bench is a tank. Some wish the depth was greater but I've had mine for 3years and love it. You guys are lucky you have the adjustable capability...mine has solid legs.
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time is money for some people, but if you're just a hobbyist, you could pick up maple scraps from the nearest lumber yard to build a butcher block top.... if you INSIST on it being maple
Whatever wood you may piece together, are you gonna buy this to make it flat? http://bispowermatic.com/209-20-p...7AodimgAYQ
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In for 1. Combined with 10% shop discover and some surprise coupon I had for $30 in points on $200 purchase. Thanks!

BTW...was in Sears today and all their Craftsman VersaTrack accessories fit fine and solid on the Gladiator GearTrack and GearWall...nice surprise. The 30" and 28" wall cabinets from Gladiator are great deals too right now at Sears.
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Quote from azndragon04 View Post :
Whatever wood you may piece together, are you gonna buy this to make it flat? http://bispowermatic.com/209-20-p...7AodimgAYQ
Nope. Just this:

http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-12-...096&sr=1-7

And this:

http://www.amazon.com/3M-Aluminum...sand+paper
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I have been researching workbenches recently and I think I am going to get this instead:

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/ultr...navAction=

Probably not a maple top but I saw this in person and it is build like a tank and is regarded highly. You can almost get 2 for that price. Just thought I'd share for those in the market for a solid workbench.
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