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Keter Folding Work Table $39.98 - Samsclub.com

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December 14th, one day only sale. Free shipping.
Keter Folding Work Table $39.98. Save $20.
700 lb load capacity
Includes two 12" C clamps

NOTE: PRICE IS ONLY VALID ON DECEMBER 14th

https://www.samsclub.com/p/foldin...od21351702
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You have ad scan for one day sale?
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You have ad scan for one day sale?
I can confirm this price as I have the ad as well. Been waiting all year for this to come back because I regretted not getting 2 last year. They come in handy at the most random times when working on something in the garage.
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I like mine. Medium duty.
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I like mine. Medium duty.
Like mine too, good as a wet saw stand. It can be hosed off with little worry.
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Is it metal or mostly plastic?
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Is it metal or mostly plastic?
It's a great work table. It's mostly plastic but I wouldn't knock it for that. It's tough just like those plastic Rhino Ramps that hold up cars.
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Watch the YouTube video comparing this one to the Worx version.

I think the Worx version is better, bigger, and easier to setup/break down.
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I hope Amazon price matches but it is unlikely since they didn't last year.
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Got one last year. The clamps are garbage but the table is pretty slick. Used the crap out of mine and hasn't failed me yet. Even when I was building my 135# home theater sub box.
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Watch the YouTube video comparing this one to the Worx version.

I think the Worx version is better, bigger, and easier to setup/break down.
Easier to set up/break down??? I got one of these last year and it literally takes 10 seconds to do. Release the clamp for the bottom shelf, it drops and then you lock it in place. Just as easy to break down. And very sturdy as well.
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Easier to set up/break down??? I got one of these last year and it literally takes 10 seconds to do. Release the clamp for the bottom shelf, it drops and then you lock it in place. Just as easy to break down. And very sturdy as well.
I'll refer you to this guy's opening statement and then I encourage you to watch the rest of the video:
https://youtu.be/XCHYdhlipLg
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I'll refer you to this guy's opening statement and then I encourage you to watch the rest of the video:
https://youtu.be/XCHYdhlipLg
Set up is easier for sure though you are talking a few seconds difference. Break down looks to take about the same (you definitely don't need to jump on it). With ease of setup, you sacrifice weight capacity. Just depends on what you prefer. I like my Keter and wouldn't personally pay extra for the additional surface area and slightly faster set up. Just my opinion though.
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OK don't get it. Capacity is 700lb. That is supposed to be the one with adjustable height right? If that is the case this would be great. Am I wrong or isn't the 1000lb one the non adjustable one?
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Set up is easier for sure though you are talking a few seconds difference. Break down looks to take about the same (you definitely don't need to jump on it). With ease of setup, you sacrifice weight capacity. Just depends on what you prefer. I like my Keter and wouldn't personally pay extra for the additional surface area and slightly faster set up. Just my opinion though.
I understand. My work doesn't require more than 300lbs for the Worx table. I don't trust plastic tables for stuff that heavy. I personally value simplicity and versatility.

The Worx checks off both for me:

-Can be used as a table and a saw horse
-Bigger + better clamps
-Better clamp slot (plastic vs metal)
-Pockets for screws, bits, etc
-Can be connected to additional Worx tables to extend it.
-Easier setup, and based on the video, easier break down
-Bigger surface area
-Easier storage of accessories

I paid $67 for my table. Is it worth 50% more than Ketter at their respective sale prices? For me, yes.

In the end, whatever floats your boat. I'm just sharing information that some may find useful.

Edit: made a mistake, I got the Worx for $67 😂
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