Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by desyner great!
These worked out great! Just wish there were more colors - like dark charcoal or black.
October 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pete Perfect!
I was considering making a combination assembly table and table saw outfeed table from scratch. However, a bit of Googling uncovered these legs so I took a chance and bought them. Frankly they made the whole project much simpler and quicker.... and the fact that the legs are both rigid and adjustable resulted in a table that's probably better than one I would have made without them.
The legs are extremely sturdy and are an excellent value. The only problem I encountered was with the shipping. Since the legs are quite heavy the rough treatment of the delivery company caused the packing to open and the bolts/nuts to be lost. Home Depot replaced them for me without any qualms.
July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nlrwilson Solid Frame
This work bench legs system is very thought out. The parts are bent and crimped to make the steel feel rigid and strong.
February 3, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by pcg Poor design
My POOR rating reflects the fact that I needed to install casters and assumed that would be possible. If you plan on attaching casters, these legs won't work unless you reinforce them.
At the bottom of each leg is a tab formed by making a 90 deg bend in one side of the end of the leg. The tab contains a single hole for installing a caster. After I installed casters and had assembled the remainder of the table, I put a piece of 3/4" plywood on top for the table surface. As soon as I did so the casters at the bottoms of the legs collapsed when the metal tab they were bolted to bent over past the original 90 deg.
I had to cut, bend, and weld a custom piece of steel to reinforce each of the legs so the tab would not bend over. The table is fine now. I see that Home Depot has now lowered the price to 55.86, from 94.99, which is what I paid in June of 2015. $94.99 is way overpriced for something that should have accepted casters, but required modification to do so. For $55.86, if you don't need casters, you may consider it a good value.
If you want to add casters, you will have to cut, bend, and weld some custom steel pieces to reinforce the portion of the leg that holds the caster.
November 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Gret Value
3/09/2015 Would have given these five stars, However I bought 2 sets and one set did not have the bolts needed to assemble the adjustable legs. That means I have to drive twelve miles to get replacements. Other wise the legs are well constructed and more than strong enough to hold up the 4'x8' tables I built for them . And my wife love them too. The lose of the bolts was due to the boxes they are shipped in. Just nit strong enough to shipping. I was not surprised at this due to other reviews of this product. And I'm sure if I called . I could get replacement hardware. I just don't want to wait for them
March 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by EarlyBoomer Needs optional shelf leg braces
Although the legs have holes to mount extra cross pieces for a middle shelf, those are not available from Edsal. You can get a much more expensive leg set that has them but for some reason they won't sell you the cross pieces that are clearly designed for these legs. You can of course make your own with angle brackets and wood or metal but that's a bit more work. I think most people would want to to add a middle shelf to this table leg set.
January 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Walt Product was nearly as described.
The legs are adjustable, with a set of four holes in each side of the legs that are supposed to match up with the single hole in each side of the base for bolting the two sections together -- however the top holes in the legs (for the shortest height selection) do not align with the holes in the base (i.e., bolts could not be inserted for this height selection) - fortunately this was not a problem for my application. otherwise the quality, design and construction were very satisfactory.
March 25, 2014