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Workpro 48" Foldable Wall Mounted Space Saver Workbench EXPIRED

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Walmart has Workpro 48" Foldable Wall Mounted Space Saver Workbench (42262) on sale for $69.98. Shipping is free.

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Product Details:
  • Heavy-Duty Powder-Coated Steel Brackets for Durability
  • Easily Raise and Lower Workbench When Needed
  • Solid 0.8" Bamboo Worktop
  • Total Weight Capacity: 500 lbs.
  • Work top dimensions: 47.2" W x 22.8" D x 0.8" H.

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    • When not being used, fold the workbench away by simply releasing the brackets with fingertip pressure and lowering the top against the wall to regain your space.
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Walmart has WORKPRO 48-Inch Foldable Workbench Wall Mount Space Saver, 500 lbs. Capacity, for $69.98. Shipping is free.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/646706774
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hippagun asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 12:35 PM
12-03-2021 at 12:35 PM
For the weight rating it definitely or recommended its lag screwed to a stud. Can't see how many mounting holes it has but it has 4+ you could use toggle bolts for drywall to get that advertised weight rating.
12-03-2021 at 02:34 PM
I'd be cautious on using toggle bolts and drywall as it can tear through the drywall with 500lb load capacity.
AdrianGDelete asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 12:45 PM
12-03-2021 at 02:15 PM
Raise and lower is just a poorly written way of saying fold open and fold down the desk.

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Let's be real here people and not kid ourselves once things get stacked on this it's never going to get folded!
Good option, but maybe a different use. The fold down ones are to conserve space in a garage or basement.

Some useful reviews there. "I can only securely put lightweight items in the drawers due to pressboard bottoms. The drawers are deep enough to fit tape measures, levels, rasps, files, chisels, extension cords, tape, hacksaw, and parts. Most of our electrical tools are too heavy for this weight of pressboard to support. "
Walmart is also laminated bamboo, while HD's is rubber wood

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I think this is better:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/WORKPR...hbdg=L1700 [walmart.com]

Assuming you get one delivered in good condition.
Good option, but maybe a different use. The fold down ones are to conserve space in a garage or basement.

Some useful reviews there. "I can only securely put lightweight items in the drawers due to pressboard bottoms. The drawers are deep enough to fit tape measures, levels, rasps, files, chisels, extension cords, tape, hacksaw, and parts. Most of our electrical tools are too heavy for this weight of pressboard to support. "
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How far does this protrude when folded? Ridiculous that isn't listed in the specs. I'm guessing 1.5-2 inches but it would be nice to know exactly.
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Temping, I was waiting for this one to go on sale. The difference appears to be the HD one has a 1.2" thick top, this one only has a 0.8" thick top:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Indus.../302769459
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How far does this protrude when folded? Ridiculous that isn't listed in the specs. I'm guessing 1.5-2 inches but it would be nice to know exactly.
Yeah, that would be helpful to know.

For a similar-looking product [homedepot.com], the "depth when the top is folded down is 4.07 inches (10.35 cm)."
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Hmmm, may take a shot with this, could use it in the laundry room or perhaps the garage
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Hmmm, may take a shot with this, could use it in the laundry room or perhaps the garage
I got the Home Depot variant to use as a folding table in our laundry room. Great option.
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Temping, I was waiting for this one to go on sale. The difference appears to be the HD one has a 1.2" thick top, this one only has a 0.8" thick top:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Indus.../302769459 [homedepot.com]
Walmart is also laminated bamboo, while HD's is rubber wood
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Thanks for the idea, this solves a problem I have in my kitchen of needing more counterspace (although I will not purchase this from Walmart)
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Walmart is also laminated bamboo, while HD's is rubber wood
which one is better? My understanding was bamboo is nice wood for such products and only heard about rubber wood from your post. Looking up online, seems like rubber wood is from rubber plant and medium density but am unclear on how it compares with bamboo (or other woods I have experience with like oak, cherry etc.).

Considering this for a small-ish utility room space (58" long x 45" wide) so can fold down when not in use and get back the space to move around...

Thanks for any input,
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I could really use one that's 60-inches in length to fit my space better, but thanks for the post, this has given me some ideas.
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How is the installation? Does it require drilling the wall ?
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Temping, I was waiting for this one to go on sale. The difference appears to be the HD one has a 1.2" thick top, this one only has a 0.8" thick top:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Indus.../302769459
FYI, you can readily find kits with just the hardware and pick your own thickness, length, and width board (within reason).
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