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Gladiator Starter Series 65" Workbench w/ Rubberwood Worktop $150 (or less YMMV)

pgslick 13 14 November 16, 2015 at 07:52 AM in Home & Home Improvement (8) More Sears Deals
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Last Edited by pgslick November 16, 2015 at 09:26 AM
Sears.com has Gladiator Starter Series 65" Workbench w/ Rubberwood Worktop (Description Item # 00950572000P Model # GAWB65RWBG) on Sale for $149.99+tax Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup

URL: http://www.sears.com/gladiator-st...ockType=G1

PS: First time posting, please be considerate. I dont know how to attach the url so i just pasted the url as i see in browser. You can search for it in sears.com if the pasted url did not work.

Sorry if i had duplicated it.

Update:
$15 coupon code (9700057152148933) = 134.99: it appears this code is only onetime use. but i got it from RetailMeNot.
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so basically same as the maple workbench but with different wood or is something else here?
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Coupon code doesn't work - "We're sorry, this coupon no longer valid."
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Quote from felix822 View Post :
Coupon code doesn't work - "We're sorry, this coupon no longer valid."
Quote from pgslick View Post :
- $15 coupon code (9700057152148933) = 134.99+tax Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup
Code is 1 time use.
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Quote from htowngator View Post :
so basically same as the maple workbench but with different wood or is something else here?
much different - this is the starter series so it's not as heavy duty / lower weight limit / non-adjustable legs / gladiator power strip won't fit

none of these things make it bad - just don't think you're getting a great deal on the nicer one
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much different - this is the starter series so it's not as heavy duty / lower weight limit / non-adjustable legs / gladiator power strip won't fit

none of these things make it bad - just don't think you're getting a great deal on the nicer one
so, basically, if you can stick a few 2x4's to a solid core door, you're better off doing that
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Quote from t0fu View Post :
so, basically, if you can stick a few 2x4's to a solid core door, you're better off doing that
No, this is much nicer than that, just not as nice as the $500 maple workbench.
http://www.sears.com/gladiator-6%...959091000P

- that one has a 3,000 lb limit and weighs 126 lbs.

This one still holds 1500 lbs, but only weighs about 75 lbs if I recall correctly, and again cannot be adjusted for height
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Quote from rastaman32 View Post :
Code is 1 time use.
Sorry i dint know that coupon is one time use. I took that code from RetailMeNot and i just bought it and it worked for me, so i thot our SDs can also get that deals.

Still $149 is sweeter, not sweeter than last week deal which was also for $135
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Quote from htowngator View Post :
so basically same as the maple workbench but with different wood or is something else here?
Quote from myklup View Post :
much different - this is the starter series so it's not as heavy duty / lower weight limit / non-adjustable legs / gladiator power strip won't fit

none of these things make it bad - just don't think you're getting a great deal on the nicer one
Quote from myklup View Post :
No, this is much nicer than that, just not as nice as the $500 maple workbench.
http://www.sears.com/gladiator-6%...959091000P

- that one has a 3,000 lb limit and weighs 126 lbs.

This one still holds 1500 lbs, but only weighs about 75 lbs if I recall correctly, and again cannot be adjusted for height

Also can't fit 2 Premier cabinets under this table since they're 30" wide, this can only fit the starter/diy cabinets that are 28" wide.
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much different - this is the starter series so it's not as heavy duty / lower weight limit / non-adjustable legs / gladiator power strip won't fit

none of these things make it bad - just don't think you're getting a great deal on the nicer one
So the power strip will Definitely not fit? I can get this for just over $100 with my points and coupons, but I'm also getting the power strip deal from home depot. If that doesn't fit on the workbench, no deal on the bench.
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Quote from celtic67 View Post :
So the power strip will Definitely not fit? I can get this for just over $100 with my points and coupons, but I'm also getting the power strip deal from home depot. If that doesn't fit on the workbench, no deal on the bench.
The power strip is exactly 72" long, vs this is 65" wide so there would be overhang. This table may also not be thick enough to reach the screw holes on the part of the power strip that mounts to the workbench.

If you don't mind it overhanging, and maybe drilling your own holes in the metal of the power strip bracket, it is attachable just won't be perfect.

If you don't need the $500 workbench for any of it's added features (height, width, etc), you would be better off buying this workbench and a cheaper power strip than not buying this workbench because it doesn't work with the power strip.

Honestly the power strip is nothing special - I would get just as much usefulness out of this from harbor freight: http://www.harborfreight.com/12-o...strip.html

The harbor freight one can also be mounted on the wall behind the workbench and allow the workbench to go flush against the wall, where my gladiator has the stupid wire coming right out of the back of it so I have to keep it off the wall 2" or so which I think was a stupid design decision
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