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1.8 ft. x 3 ft. Portable Jobsite Workbench

  • Heavy-duty metal legs support up to 1500 lbs.
  • Includes router insert plate to accommodate common routers
  • Portable workbench is lightweight at just 19.85 lbs.
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Product Overview

The Husky 1500 lbs. portable work table can be used for multiple applications on the jobsite and around the house. It can be used as a miter saw stand, router table and general purpose. It is strong, durable, light weight and easily transportable.
  • Heavy-duty metal legs hold 1500 lbs.
  • Metal rails allow small bar clamps to be inserted to create a clamping surface (bar clamps not included)
  • Standard professional router insert plate included, pre drilled to fit common routers
  • Work table surface is 32 in. height, equal height to the standard sawhorse
  • Integrated handle makes it easy to carry; folds down for unobtrusiveness when using the table
  • Includes 4 metal brackets to hold 2 x 4s
  • Storage case included for accessories
  • Backed by Husky's Limited 2-year Warranty. Click here for more information.
  • Requires assembly
  • Bar clamps and tools not included, shown in images for demonstration purpose only
  • Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY for customer service and support.
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Assembled Depth (in.)21.65 in20 in24.02 in23.00 in
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesWall-MountableNo Additional FeaturesAdjustable Legs
Assembled Height (in.)32.00 in1.5 in1.26 in1.25 in
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Assembled Depth (in.)
21.65 in
Assembled Height (in.)
32.00 in
Assembled Width (in.)
34.65 in


Assembly Required
Assembly Type
Full Assembly Required
Color Family
No Additional Features
Frame Material
Number of Drawers
No Drawers
Product Weight (lb.)
19.18 lb
Weight Capacity (lb.)

Questions & Answers


I have a Bosch palm router, model PR10E. Does anyone know if this router will fit on this work be...

Asked by ChipB June 11, 2021

I have the same router. It doesn't fit this table with the available holes; spaced too wide. Suppose you could drill and countersink a set. If you go with this table be sure to center the arbor. Use the bit inserts or make you own if it is off center to control tearout. I installed a plunge router (Bosch 1617EVSPK) without any problems. I love this table for the flexibility. It is a great general work surface and router table. It works very well with bearing bits, but you'll have to improvise stops, etc from time to time .

Will a compact Makita RT 0701C work with this table?

Asked by Jackie May 18, 2021

You could probably rig it somehow but I would never put a compact router on a table myself just not enough power to do anything.

Will the ryobi 18 volt router fit this?

Asked by Parkerduplexes May 8, 2021


What Corporation makes this product for Husky

Asked by Bob May 8, 2021

Looks like Keter.

Where can you put a vise?

Asked by Kevin April 10, 2021

It has (not shown) 2x4 hangers on each end,for extensions etc. I'd go with the right front corner with a solid 2x4 for extra stability.

What type of clamps fit into the grooves?

Asked by Bry March 1, 2021

Almost all my clamps fit, only the Metal Harbor Freight ones don't quite slide in.

where can I get the accessories to table?

Asked by Jasper February 20, 2021

I have not found any replacement or additional parts for this table and I do not believe it is being sold anymore. The closest similar parts I’ve seen are at Woodcraft. I have seen aluminum router bases similar to the middle of the table but I do not know if they are interchangeable. I have been building my own to fit my needs.

Where can I buy extra clamps and what do I need to mount my Dewalt DCS361B?

Asked by Brock February 17, 2021

See this video for Dewalt router. https://youtu.be/iMBapXqinVQ Also remove black knob on router attachment for easier mounting. For clamps, use Bussey bar clamps 4"×2" $4.97 at HD

What size bar clamps orks with this table

Asked by Brock February 15, 2021

Bussey 4" x2" bar clamps. These clamps work perfectly.

Is this still available, I can't find it in my store 1513.

Asked by Paul February 14, 2021

I have no idea where "Store # 1513" is, but it is shown with 3 "in stock" at one of the local stores where I shop. (OBX, NC). So, it should be orderable at your local store.. just ask, in store, "Customer Service Desk" of call them.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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  • 89% recommend this product
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Love this table...But
I love this workbench. use it all the time. Which may be why one of the red clips that holds the legs in place snapped one day. The leg no longer stays stowed, super anoying. Other than that its awesome!! I would gove 5 stars if ot wasnt for the clip.
by ClipDeprived
The table works for my needs-occasional woodworker and garage busybody. It comes with 2 screws th...
The table works for my needs-occasional woodworker and garage busybody. It comes with 2 screws that slide in the slots to make a fence, and I went to HD and got some Bessey 2.04 (4"×2") bar clamps ($4.97 ea) that also fit perfectly in the slots for other clamping needs. My Dewalt router fits perfectly on the router insert-I found a YouTube video that pointed out which holes to use. I improved install by removing the handle knob on the Dewalt attachment so it can easily go in and out. Good steady surface that holds a lot of weight-I put 500 pounds on it with no trouble. The ability to put a 2x4 on the extension clamps is a plus. I attached a power strip on one piece for easy on/off of router and multiple power connections. 1 minute to set up and when I'm done it takes 1 minute to store legs and put folded table out of the way. For the price I couldn't be happier.
by DadWithTeen
Great work bench, poor router table
Overall, great workbench. However, when I hooked up my router, the force of running a small prices of maple shattered the plate. Thankfully, no damage done to me, my router, or the router bit ... table, not so much.
by David
Response from Keter-NADec 28, 2020
We do apologize for the problems and inconvenience you had with your Keter purchase. We have customer service available seven days a week 8 am thru 5 pm, EST at 877-638-7056. We can also be reached by email from the following web site: http://uslparts.com/ or https://www.keter.com/en. We can send replacement parts out to you and help in resolving any issue to your full satisfaction. HomeGarden
1 person found this helpful
Built a jointer jig that fits into router plate whole
Designed a homemade jointer jig that drops right into the router plate whole. Love this workbench! Jointer jig uses the same fence that I made for the router.
by Jeff
Good Workbench, Router Function Needs Work
Great table work a sturdy work bench. A steal at $50! If you are not a project person and want to use the "bolt in" plastic router template with the pre-drilled holes, you will need to ensure your router actually fits, but Husky don't list which models fit. Some of the users in this forum have commented which work. Most routers will not fit. I love a good deal, and purchased the 1 1/2 HP Ryobi for under $100! The narrative below explains how you can inexpensively adapt it to a larger, flatter table inexpensively for under $30. It works even better now! In my case the new Ryobi would not fit either. The problem, and this will be the case with most routers, is that you need to figure out which under-bench mounting screws will fit your router, buy them and likely drill your own holes. To countersink and be below surface, they need to be cheese-head type (v shaped) screws to leave a flat work suface. HD may not stock them them, since they may be a specialized machine screw. For the Ryobi, I found that 5/16" bolts would work, but no cheese head screws were immediately available in that size, so what to do? There were at least 2 possibilities. (1) Purchase four smaller cheese head screws that hold on the plastic face plate and use these to mount the router. My second choice because they are not as substantial as the 5/16" screw, and probably not recommended by the manufacturer, but they would likely work. May not be safe either. Who knows. I purchased four stainless steel 1" V-shaped screws and planned to grind them down to exact size, but again, purely a backup plan. (2) BEST SOLUTION: Buy a piece of 1/2" thick, high grade plywood to mount on the top of the table. This will give a larger, smoother working surface, superior to the work table (see various user comments). HD sell them in 2' x 4' size. Cost me about $17. If you have an off-cut, even better! Look closely at the sequence of photos. I started by making a template with cardboard, torn off the back of a writing pad. Taped it to the plastic pre-drilled template, and used it to drill 3 holes to mount the router. When you make the template, use the plastic face-plate from the router which makes it easy. Remember to cut out the round center hole to position with the hole. I taped mine down and drilled straight through the cardboard and plastic together. Worked like a charm. some fiddling required with the drill. Do not try to countersink the big bolts, as it will weaken the plastic and you will need to purchase 3/16" ply and make a new insert! Now, mount the router underneath. See the ugly, big bolt heads? These can be hidden by re-using the template underneath the plywood, and making a recessed hole using a larger spade drill but. Don't worry that it leaves a small hole through the ply, it makes no difference. Once you have made countersink holes, the ply will fit over the table. Cut the center hole using a 2 1/2" hole saw. The next step is your first routing project! Mark up the board on top to machine route the two guides on the ply, which will hold the fence and clamps. Then use a spade bit to drill holes at each end. Remember the lower slot needs to be larger than the channel so that a clamp can be slid in. I used 3/16" for the slot and 3/4" for the wider bottom piece. When you route the channel, clamp two thin pieces of wood to the table, so the ply will slide without hitting the bolts now poking up the router bench. I used two pieces of door casing since 2" x 4" wood was too thick as the router bit would not adjust that high. Once you have the desired channel routed out, mount your ply over the top of the bench. For perfect alignment, I inserted the 2 1/2" round cutting bit through the ply, and the drill bit in the center fitted into the collet of the router. Screw the ply down using 3 cheese head screws top and bottom on the ply. Mine screwed into the 2' x 4" timber in the frames at the top and bottom of the table. Ensure the 2 x 4's are first screwed in and align with the ply. Now insert the fence bolts and mount your 2 x 4 fence and you are done. Took me 2-3 hours of fiddling and a trip back to HD for the bolts and ply, but overall a much better tool for routing. worth evey bit of effort which will last for years.
by DIYJunkie
6 people found this helpful
Great and sturdy
Great and sturdy workbench. We use it for sculpture projects.
by Mansofo
Good Strong Table Very Well Built
Table is very stable and string. Easy to assemble and the expansion hooks can be very useful. There are only two reasons that I did not give this a five star rating. (It should be 4.5 but I could not figure out how to do a half star) 1. They should have put a measuring tape etched into the long sides of the table to allow quick measures. 2. My Ryobi Miter saw does not fit into the slots for securing down. So even though they say it is a miter saw table it really is questionable. I would absolutely recommend purchasing this even if just for an extra table at the job site. Sooooo easy to put together and tear down. Can do it in less than a minute.
by pachyderm94
My router didn't fix it on the router plate
My router didn't fix it on the router plate
by Bobby
2 people found this helpful
I bought this for working with my chop saw (and a bench for other hand work).. I like the fact t...
I bought this for working with my chop saw (and a bench for other hand work).. I like the fact that the legs come off, store under the table top and there is a carry handle to make transport and storage easier. The mounting slots do not match the chop saw I am using now (might match my other saw) but that seems to NOT be an issue. The saw has been stable on the table surface for the 2 weeks I have been working with this project. Good solid work surface. I would buy another one just to have it around. I have not tried the center mount system. It looks like it would be good for my router and possibly some other hand tools.. Did I mention that it can be a work bench?
by BeachBum
7 people found this helpful
Perfect for my needs
Perfect for my needs
by Monrojo
1 person found this helpful
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