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Gladiator 6' Hardwood Top Adjustable Height Workbench EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Gladiator 6' Hardwood Top Adjustable Height Workbench on sale for $252.33. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks dud386

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  • Assembled Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth): 72" x 41" x 25"
  • Weight Capacity: 3000 lbs
  • Adjustable Height: from ~30" to ~41" (in 1.5" increments)
  • 1-year limited warranty on the workbench top + limited lifetime warranty on the legs and metal frame
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Home Depot has 6ft Gladiator hardwood top Workbench [homedepot.com] on Special Buy for $252.33. Ship to store is free.
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I would personally buy the Husky 6ft adjustable table over this one because:
1. It goes on sale cheaper as I payed $225
2. Has a crank to adjust height on the fly. No need to manually adjust all four legs.
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4x4s bend all the time. Just the way they dry out, are cured, and/or are flexed. Wood bends. Shoot, 2' thick trees bend, too!

Side note: I've had one of these for a few years in my basement. Great work bench!
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I got this table over 4 years ago for a standing computer station and have no regrets. Installation if I recall is slightly modified. I think I had to move the back steel I-beam forward to fit the monitor clamps. Will try to post some pictures
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I would personally buy the Husky 6ft adjustable table over this one because:
1. It goes on sale cheaper as I payed $225
2. Has a crank to adjust height on the fly. No need to manually adjust all four legs.
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I hear you on the crank, but would this be sturdier? Wish it included home delivery.
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I bought two of these about 4 years ago - the first pair of them both bowed in the middle after a few months.. Gladiator has excellent customer service and replaced them both, and picked up the old ones. New ones have been fine. They said they had a bad batch at one point (years ago).
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I bought one of these for the garage. It's so good looking, I'm afraid to put anything on it. Which is one way to keep the area clean.
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I bought two of these about 4 years ago - the first pair of them both bowed in the middle after a few months.. Gladiator has excellent customer service and replaced them both, and picked up the old ones. New ones have been fine. They said they had a bad batch at one point (years ago).
How is it possible for 2" thick hardwood to bow?? Is it birch or maple?
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I use one of these for my desk. It would be nice if the height was more easily adjustable, but this thing is rock-solid.

Not quite sure if the top is quite the same. Pretty sure mine is maple, not birch.

Regarding the bowing mentioned above...I know they do offer a lighter duty bamboo top version, maybe that's it? I cannot imagine what it would take for my desk to bow. In addition to the thick hardwood top, it has a hefty steel cross-piece in the back.
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They use these exact tables in the design/creation labs of iFixit. Gladiator is also owned by Whirlpool corporation.
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Thanks for posting this. Ordered a 6' and 4' late last week and was able to call and get a price adjustment. Much appreciated.
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How is it possible for 2" thick hardwood to bow?? Is it birch or maple?
4x4s bend all the time. Just the way they dry out, are cured, and/or are flexed. Wood bends. Shoot, 2' thick trees bend, too!

Side note: I've had one of these for a few years in my basement. Great work bench!
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I hear you on the crank, but would this be sturdier? Wish it included home delivery.
I have several of both types of tables and there is no question the gladiator is the premium table and would hold far more, however, those huskies are great as office desks.
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I bought one of these for the garage. It's so good looking, I'm afraid to put anything on it. Which is one way to keep the area clean.
Thin cardboard taped over the work surface will spare it, it is actually packed with a perfect sized piece which is easily secured with packing tape.
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4x4s bend all the time. Just the way they dry out, are cured, and/or are flexed. Wood bends. Shoot, 2' thick trees bend, too!

Side note: I've had one of these for a few years in my basement. Great work bench!
Can't say I've EVER seen a 4x4 in Maple. Not only would it be CRAZY expensive but VERY hard to dry. I hope you're not comparing this wood to pine/fur.
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Thanks for posting this. Ordered a 6' and 4' late last week and was able to call and get a price adjustment. Much appreciated.
link to the 4'? is it also on sale?
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