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Bora Portamate Steel Centipede Work Support Sawhorse (30" x 2-ft x 4-ft) Expired

+ $6.50 S/H
+23 Deal Score
ACME Tools has Bora Portamate Steel Centipede Work Support Sawhorse (30" x 24" x 48", CK6S) on sale for $79.99 - 15% off when you apply promo code BORA15 at checkout = $67.99. Shipping is $6.49.

Thanks to community member nieto.vince for finding this deal.

Product Details:
  • Sawhorse supports sheet lumber and table tops up to 4 ft. x 8 ft.
  • Includes 4 X-cups, 2 Hold Downs and Carry Bag
  • Multiple steel struts move in tandem for easy setup and take down
  • Supports thin materials without sagging
  • Weight Capacity: 2500 lbs.
  • Item Weighs 11 lbs.

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    • Offer valid for a limited time while supplies last.
    • This deal is $8.5 lower (11% savings) than the next best available offer; with prices starting from $76.49 and higher.
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Edited September 27, 2023 at 08:10 AM by
I know other places have the lager Centipede on sale. For DIYers with a small workshop/garage, the 2x4 might be better suited. Also comes with a little more accessories

The sale price is $79 and then comes down to $68 when you apply BORA15 promo code

Note: Shipping was $6.49 to CA. Still comes out cheaper than other stores who offer free shipping - especially if you buy multiple

Other Bora products on sale as well
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Last Edited by RevOne | Staff September 27, 2023 at 08:05 AM

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I have one. It's handy sometimes but I don't love it.
The ground has to be pretty flat (or at least even) for it to stay stable. If it's slightly off, it will 'walk'. And if the ground is level, sawhorses would work just as well.
The one area that it excels in is how small it packs up. It feels pretty flimsy when you're setting it up but it is very stable once it's on flat ground and has a top clamped to it (I usually use a 2'x8' chunk of subfloor).
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09-25-2023 at 04:09 PM.
Shows $110 for me