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blee9 10 42 August 6, 2016 at 06:01 AM in Furniture (3) More Harbor Freight Deals
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Promoted 08-06-2016 by slickdewmaster at 10:09 AM View Original Post
Harbor Freight has Windsor Design 60" 4-Drawer Hardwood Workbench for $159.99 - $40 w/ coupon code 26674789 = $119.99. Shipping is $6.99. Thanks blee9 & itslikepaper

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This workbench is highly rated and receives 4.5 stars out of 5 stars with over 800 customer reviews. -slickdewmaster

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Edited August 6, 2016 at 09:01 AM by slickdewmaster
Harbor Freight 60 in. 4 Drawer Hardwood Workbench

A well rated woodworking workbench, (4.3, based on 815 reviews), probably the cheapest deal you'll ever find on a workbench like this with a built in end vise and dogging system, including building your own. Easy to put together and solid, even if a bit light for a woodworking bench.

Link: http://m.harborfreight.com/60-inc...D%3D%0D%0A

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Use coupon code 26674789 for discounted price of $119.99.
This hardwood workbench is beautifully finished with a 60 in. x 20 in. top and four felt-lined drawers. A precision-machined wood block vise and pre-drilled dog holes give you multiple options to secure your woodworking projects. A clear lacquer finish protects the surface of the workbench.

Four felt-lined storage drawers
Wood block vise with adjustable machined guides
Convenient storage shelf
Overweight Item subject to 14.95 additional Freight Charge.
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I love HF but this thing is a piece.

The drawer handles pull off of the drawer face with minimal force, the vice is totally out of alignment (factory hole drilled totally off; not fixable), and the bench dog holes in the table are way too big for the included dogs and posts.

I'm an experienced hobbyist/DIYer. Trust me, just build something out of 2x4's and MDF instead of buying this.
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Harbor Freight 60 in. 4 Drawer Hardwood Workbench

A well rated woodworking workbench, (4.3, based on 815 reviews), probably the cheapest deal you'll ever find on a workbench like this with a built in end vise and dogging system, including building your own. Easy to put together and solid, even if a bit light for a woodworking bench.

Link: http://www.harborfreight.com/60-i...D%3D%0D%0A

Use coupon code 47852089 for discounted price of $139.99. Offer good till 8/31/16.

This hardwood workbench is beautifully finished with a 60 in. x 20 in. top and four felt-lined drawers. A precision-machined wood block vise and pre-drilled dog holes give you multiple options to secure your woodworking projects. A clear lacquer finish protects the surface of the workbench.

Four felt-lined storage drawers
Wood block vise with adjustable machined guides
Convenient storage shelf
Overweight Item subject to 14.95 additional Freight Charge.
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Use coupon code 26674789 instead to bring the price to $119

EDIT: $119.99 and this code expires today 8/6/16.
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normal price fyi. I use it as a reloading bench.
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I love HF but this thing is a piece.

The drawer handles pull off of the drawer face with minimal force, the vice is totally out of alignment (factory hole drilled totally off; not fixable), and the bench dog holes in the table are way too big for the included dogs and posts.

I'm an experienced hobbyist/DIYer. Trust me, just build something out of 2x4's and MDF instead of buying this.
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Quote from wendal View Post :
I love HF but this thing is a piece.

The drawer handles pull off of the drawer face with minimal force, the vice is totally out of alignment (factory hole drilled totally off; not fixable), and the bench dog holes in the table are way too big for the included dogs and posts.

I'm an experienced hobbyist/DIYer. Trust me, just build something out of 2x4's and MDF instead of buying this.
I wouldn't go THAT far. my biggest problem is the cardboard like material between drawer. my inclination is to replace that with a more substantial material. This is a 'you get what you pay for' and worth the price for what it is.
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Quote from wendal View Post :
I love HF but this thing is a piece.

The drawer handles pull off of the drawer face with minimal force, the vice is totally out of alignment (factory hole drilled totally off; not fixable), and the bench dog holes in the table are way too big for the included dogs and posts.

I'm an experienced hobbyist/DIYer. Trust me, just build something out of 2x4's and MDF instead of buying this.
I just moved and was wondering if this would be a worthwhile purchase or not. Building a workbench is pretty straighforward, but adding drawers complicates it a bit. Guess I'll just stick to a DIY bench with a lower shelf. Maybe I'll get ambitious and add drawers later.
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I wouldn't go THAT far. my biggest problem is the cardboard like material between drawer. my inclination is to replace that with a more substantial material. This is a 'you get what you pay for' and worth the price for what it is.
I did a decent amount of light mods to make it sit stably and true. The pilot holes for the handles, on my drawers, were too big for the included screws and cause the balsa-thin handles to pull right out.

Do your bench dogs fit snugly in the table? Mine don't fit securely, at all. Any tension causes them to tilt in the oversized holes. I'm basically using it as a work surface, which I could have built more sturdily at half the price.
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I just moved and was wondering if this would be a worthwhile purchase or not. Building a workbench is pretty straighforward, but adding drawers complicates it a bit. Guess I'll just stick to a DIY bench with a lower shelf. Maybe I'll get ambitious and add drawers later.
I have this bench. I think it's worth the price. Yes, you could build your own to any quality you want but if you don't have that kind of time on your hands or the skill set, this bench does the job just fine. I made a few changes to it just to customize for my builds.The upgrades didn't cost me anything since I just used left over wood from a construction site down the road. The job site foreman was cool when I asked... less stuff for his guys to clean up.
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I did a decent amount of light mods to make it sit stably and true. The pilot holes for the handles, on my drawers, were too big for the included screws and cause the balsa-thin handles to pull right out.

Do your bench dogs fit snugly in the table? Mine don't fit securely, at all. Any tension causes them to tilt in the oversized holes. I'm basically using it as a work surface, which I could have built more sturdily at half the price.
no the dogs are pretty worthless. I don't think it has as much to do with the size of the hole as much as the depth. I use them when I need them, but I'm always just waiting for them to break off.
the vise isn't top of the line either, but it works pretty well for me.
this is nowhere near the quality of the similarly designed Rockler bench that goes for more than $400.00, but it was easier and (for me) cheaper than building one myself.
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normal price fyi. I use it as a reloading bench.
What type of press do you have? Also did you mount directly to the bench? I've been in the market for a reloading bench for my Hornady Lock n Load.
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should I convert it to kitchen counter outdoor or in garage?
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I have this bench and I will say the quality is VERY high. All solid hardwood and the drawers are well-designed. My vise was perfectly aligned. I built this by myself in under an hour. I use it work woodworking and it is perfect. No complaints at all.

BTW: You can also get the other model for the same price [harborfreight.com].
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i don't recommend getting this shipped, both times it got destroyed. only buy it in the store where they come in stacked and wrapped together
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