Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 261
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Garageworker Gladiator Garage
The items are great- we bought a number of the red gladiator series items and redid the entire garage. They hold a lot and look wonderful - We can now pull two cars into the garage, something we haven't been enable to do in years. The workbench is heavy and solid and has a nice work area, and it looks great!
July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Huskerman Packaging was slightly beat up but didn't effect the product. Assembly was easy. Its early but it seems like a very sturdy table. Looks good also.
October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Scott Wow, this thing is built like a tank. It's so heavy that adjusting the height is no easy task.
Assembly was easy, metal parts have machine threads. Lag bolts go into pre-drilled holes in the bottom of the maple work surface.
I'm thinking about adding casters.
October 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bobk Look For A Better Alternative To This Workbench
This workbench was fine for 3 months. I put it together in my 20' x 14' shed 3 months ago. Nothing had been placed on it since we were moving and it was never used. After the 3rd month, a glue line failure occurred at the first glue line of the butcher block top in the front. It is 3 inches long now and goes all the way through the joint. I did contact the company and they did agree to replace the entire workbench. This is all good except I don't need a whole workbench and I do not want to assemble this again. There is not enough room now to lay the box flat and re-assemble a whole workbench. They would not just replace the top. They said they didn't make the top separate. This isn't true. I know they could just send a replacement top if they wanted. They wanted to send a semi-trailer truck down my street, haul out the old bench and then haul in a new, unassembled, workbench into my shed for me to re-assemble. If you get this workbench, you will see what I mean. It is very heavy and a little tedious to put together. The plastic wing nuts used to secure the legs took pliers to turn onto the bolts they were such a tight fit. Great customer service but poor remedy to their failures.
June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Buckeroo Worth the wait
I had to wait 3.5 weeks for the delivery but it was worth it. The bench was easy to assemble, taking about 30 minutes start to finish. I even made a shelf to fit under the bench to have space for tool kits, etc. The added feature of having the height adjusted to my comfort level made this an ideal work bench. Finally can get to the "honey does"!
September 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DJ Great Workbench!
This workbench is solid....and heavy. You will need assistance in unloading, assembling and placing this workbench. The maple top is beautiful and functional. I'm using mine for reloading ammunition and it handles all of the equipment required easily. There is absolutely no movement or shaking when I use the reloading press. It is good looking as well. Mine is in what used to be my office before I retired. It looks great inside the house, or in a garage.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MH Excellent Product ALL THE WAY
I got the 6ft Bamboo option and this product is just amazing, the material, construction and the finish if just great. Frame is really really very solid. The space between the legs is about 58in and I needed min 60in to fit these two Husky cabinets 30in W and 36in H and they fit perfectly now. Adjustable height is a great feature.
Bamboo finish is just awesome and it happened to be the cheapest option as well as a bonus.
January 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Scattergun Base A+ Top D-
The base on this is excellent, built like a tank. However the maple top is junk. Lots of big cracks and knots, some they tried to fill with some sort of epoxy, others they left as gaping holes and splits. I ordered and returned TWO of these, both had tops that were in the same poor condition. Home Depot customer service was awesome, but honestly I could have done a better job in my high school wood shop class
July 24, 2016