Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 62
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dunc7 Amazing workbench for the price!
I read other customer complaints, but decided to try ship-to-store anyhow. Was easy to pick up there, and got help to carry it into my shop. Assembly was not difficult, all parts present, and I have since added a 48 inch light hanging underneath the top and a heavy duty power strip on the side. Fantastic product!
August 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by carl Definite maybe
It's a nice workbench. Like every other review the box showed up damaged to the store. The parts looked ok so I accepted it. When I got it home and opened it one of the drawers was bent. It wasn't to the point were it couldn't be bent back but it's not as good as the other one. It's functional. I like the workbench and it's very well made but I'm not sure if I would do the ship to store. Not sure if it was the Home Depot shipping that damaged it or the warehouse it came from. Maybe it would arrive in better condition if it were shipped by a different carrier to your home.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dkg Just as described
This workbench is great! Sturdy, well-built. It took some time to put together, but worth it.
August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SJ Great looking work bench.
Item arrived with side panels crushed to a 45 degree angle which we were able to straighten out and make work. Directions are not very clear so unless you've put a lot of things together it will be challenging to assemble. Nice and sturdy once completed.
September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Snickers excellent hardware
The work bench does a good replacing my previous one. we just moved to a new house with no workbench
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gregbeanpe The Occasional Tinkerer's Workbench
I needed some work benches to help organize my garage and make it more functional. My budget was about $500 so I could not afford the high end stuff. I was immediately attracted to this bench but a little bit concerned after the negative reviews of delivery condition and difficulty of assembly so, even though my plan was for two of them, I only ordered one. Received it when scheduled and noted that the box looked like I would expect it to so I wasn't too surprised to find the contents all there and in almost perfect shape. It took me a bit more than two hours to put it together but I am slow at any kind of construction project (not a very 'handy' man). The important thing was that I was more than able to finish it according to the, even for me, very understandable instructions (with two small nits; later) and it looks mighty fine and feels super solid. I loaded it up with tools and materials after I was done and it handled that hundred pounds + with nary a squeak. I am ordering #2 tonight.
These are the small things I would change if I were Stack On: 1. Put a row of screw holes along the bottom of your peg board to fasten its bottom edge to the table's exposed wooden edge (at the back of the table). The existing holes are spaced so they won't line up with the table top edge (either up on the metal edge of the table top or completely down off the table edge; either way, the instructions to use the existing holes to line up the peg board's screw fasteners with the exposed wooden edge of the table top cannot be followed. I drilled my own holes in the peg board, about half an inch below the bottom row of its holes, so that the screw fasteners would go into the exposed wood edge. 2. Socket wrenches and sockets are much handier than the box end wrenches called for in the instructions because of the placement of the bolts on the table base.
This work bench is every inch a winner, as far as I am concerned.
August 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Matt Steel Workbench - Handy for Joe Homeowner
Design is good, overall quality is good. Materials are thin and will be damaged by regular work. Some of the holes were not used for this assembly so that was a bit confusing.
August 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bob Damaged goods
Support rail missing, drawers bent and won't stay in the tracks.
August 9, 2016