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Industrial 4 ft. Folding Wood Top Workbench

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  • Perfect addition to your garage or workshop
  • Adjustable height feature to save space
  • Heavy-duty steel frame for long-lasting durability
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Product Overview

Create the right amount of workspace with this industrial folding workbench. You can adjust the height to suit your needs. The convenient folding mechanism allows you to assemble and store the bench quickly. A solid rubber wood top, black powder-coated steel frame and 500-lb. weight capacity make it built to last.
  • Easy folding mechanism for quick assembly and storing
  • Total product weight: 62 lbs.
  • Flexibility of height and fold away top for space conservation
  • Top lowers safely on hinged bracket
  • Weight capacity of 500 lbs.
  • Black powder-coated steel
  • Solid rubber wood top for durability

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Assembled Width (in.)48.00 in72.05 in72.05 in52.00 in
Assembled Depth (in.)24.00 in24.02 in23.62 in24.00 in
FeaturesWall-Mountable Assembly RequiredRolling,Wheel Locks
Weight Capacity (lb.)400 lb3000 lb1000 lb300 lb
Frame MaterialSteel SteelSteel
Assembled Height (in.)22.75 in1.26 in38.01 in29.00 in
Assembly TypeFull Assembly RequiredFull Assembly RequiredFull Assembly RequiredFull Assembly Required
Number of DrawersNo Drawers No DrawersNo Drawers
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Assembled Depth (in.)
24.00 in
Assembled Height (in.)
22.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
48.00 in


Assembly Required
Assembly Type
Full Assembly Required
Color Family
Frame Material
No additional components or accessories are included
Number of Drawers
No Drawers
Product Weight (lb.)
62 lb
Weight Capacity (lb.)
400 lb

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  • 4.7
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great for small spaces!
I'm already using my garage as a gym and don't have enough space for a dedicated work area. this is folding workbench is perfect solution! it comes fully assembled. i just needed to bolt it to the wall. i'd recommend getting a partner and using a laser level. Once installed, it's really easy to open and close, and it looks great.
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Great Spacesaver
For people like me, finding room for tools, yard equipment, ladders and everything else is hard enough. Finding space for a worktable in the garage is almost impossible. This table supports enough weight for any project I will do, while having plenty of room to spread out. I added a compact vice to the corner, which works great. I took off one star as installation is impossible without removing the brackets and installing the first.
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    Easy to install. Perfect for my 1 1/2 car garage...
    Easy to install. Perfect for my 1 1/2 car garage where I can fold it down when I'm done using it and get my space back. I mounted a small bench vise to it and that is a nice addition so I can secure a piece when drilling or cutting. The butcher block top is easy to clean off and looks nice!!.
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    Great worktable that doesn't take up any space. Very sturdy, heavy, durable and I love the fact i...
    Great worktable that doesn't take up any space. Very sturdy, heavy, durable and I love the fact it folds down practically flat. This is perfect for anyone that has space constraints. I do advise at least 2 people to hang it. It was VERY challenging to do by myself. I loved my husband's so much I got myself one as well.
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    Great shelf… bad screws
    Great quality wood and functions exactly as you’d hope BUT - be forewarned that the screws are cheap and they will strip. Luckily you can ratchet them in by hand to finish up. Otherwise good! Just have your ratchet tool ready and a friend to help set it up
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      It was easy to set up and it came with...
      It was easy to set up and it came with all the parts needed and I did it by myself for the most part, I might buy another
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      Good quality, somewhat challenging installation (at least for me)
      Since there are a number of excellent detailed reviews including helpful tips, I won’t go into all the specs, etc. of this Folding Top Workbench. I’ll cut right to the chase and list the suggestions I found to be most helpful. If that’s all the info you want you can stop there, or if you have an interest in challenges that I faced then read on! These were 1.) Remove the mounting brackets from the table and install the brackets to the wall, then attach the top to the brackets. I’m going on 82 and installed it by myself, and there was no way to do it with the brackets and top as a unit. Quite frankly I give kudos to those who have managed to install the workbench as a complete unit in an hour or less by themselves – obviously you are younger folks! Because of some of the challenges I ran into it took me half a day. 2.) Use longer lag screws than those supplied. My garage, where I installed the workbench, has ½” drywall, so I substituted 3” Hex head lag screws with both lock and flat washers for the 2-1/2” screws provided in order to provide a firmer connection to the studs. 3. As recommended by other reviewers, instead of the cheap, flimsy ¾” #6 screws supplied to mount the top to the brackets, I used 1” #10 Hex head screws with both lock and flat washers. Just one look at the supplied screws conjured up visions of the screws either pulling out or shearing off and the top separating from the mounting brackets when either raising or closing the workbench. I wanted to install the workbench near my tool chests and rolling toolboxes near the back wall of my garage. As noted, the garage is drywalled which presented a couple of challenges. First, the construction is pretty shoddy (I’d use another adjective, but my review wouldn’t make it past the censors) with uneven framing, not only with spacing but with poor alignment. This resulted in drywall that that is not evenly flat and in some places it bows out so the top of the workbench would not fit flush against the wall. Unfortunately this condition was present where my first choice to install the workbench was, forcing me to move to the next closest area where the drywall wasn’t bowed. When I went to locate the studs in this section, I found that for some reason the studs here were not on 16” centers, but 14” apart. These conditions meant that the mounting brackets had to come off and be installed first, regardless of whether or not it could have installed as one unit. Working off the left side I determined how high I wanted the working surface to be – 36”. I measured the actual thickness of the top and found it to be 1-1/8”, not 1” as others have noted. I measured down 1-1/8” and marked where the top of the bracket should sit. Because the garage is drywalled I couldn’t physically see the studs to determine if they were straight, so after locating the edges of the stud where the top of the bracket would sit, using a level I drew a center line vertically down to where the bottom of the bracket would be. Adjacent to the holes in the bracket where the lag screws would go, I checked both sides of the bracket and found , as I suspected, that the studs were definitely sloppily installed and were either warped or not level vertically. This forced me to have to “cheat” in locating the bracket holes to make sure I would catch as much of the stud as possible while still keeping the bracket level vertically. NOTE , the brackets must be in the “up” position and locked in order to access the predrilled holes in the brackets. Drilling a 3/16” pilot hole for the top and bottom screws, I then used the 3” lag screws with lock and flat washer to fasten the bracket to the wall. At this point I only installed screws in the top and bottom holes so as to be able to make minor adjustments if needed after the right side bracket and top were installed. Using a 4’ level sitting on top of the left hand bracket I then determined where the top of the right hand bracket needed to be for the top to be level. I followed the same steps as for the left hand bracket, again only installing two screws, one top and one at the bottom. The next step was to position the top on the brackets to determine where the 1” #10 screws would go to account for the 2” shorter stud spacing. NOTE, because of the folding design, the mounting brackets necessarily have quite a bit of side to side slop in them, so I had first position the top so that the overhang on the outside of both brackets was equal, but also had to fine tune the positioning to ensure that the top portion of the bracket “ top arms” were 90 degrees from the wall. I then marked the hole locations, removed the top, flipped it over and drilled small pilot holes where I had marked the holes. Repositioned the top again on the brackets, lining up and centering the holes in the brackets with the pilot holes, and screwed in the 1” #10 screws with lock and flat washers. I then finished off by installing the rest of the 3” Hex head lag screws fastening the bracket to the wall. I’m sure the installation went a lot longer because of the problems encountered with the studs, but all in all the installation came out pretty good with only a miniscule gap at the left side between the wall and the workbench top where the drywall wasn’t flat. In retrospect, I probably should have taken a couple of reviewers suggestion to install a “backing” of ¾” or 1” thick plywood sheeting screwed to the drywall with the mounting brackets then attached to the plywood. This would have allowed me to use the pilot holes that were already drilled to conform to standard stud spacing. I was too far into the project to make another Home Depot run and just wanted to finish the project. In the end I’m pleased with the product and expect the installation to withstand the expected use. A closing note, the left hand lock doesn’t fully lock into position with normal lifting of the top, you have to lift that side a little beyond 90 degrees to make sure it locks in place fully. For this and the scrimping on heavy duty hardware I am giving the 4 Foot Folding Wood Top Workbench a 4 rating rather than a 5.
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        20 found this review helpful
        Very easy installation as long as you have a 36" level and have a stud finder. I did it myself af...
        Very easy installation as long as you have a 36" level and have a stud finder. I did it myself after removing the hardware brackets and mounting them individually. You need to measure exactly 32" and the holes lined up perfectly for me. I found this as a real quality product.
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        2 found this review helpful
        Laundry folding table
        We recently installed this as a table to fold clothes in our laundry room. It is perfect! It is extremely sturdy, so nice to use and get back out of the way, and beautiful too.
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          7 found this review helpful
          Solid construction, low profile. Put on wall in Brooklyn garage...
          Solid construction, low profile. Put on wall in Brooklyn garage and can still get out of car door. Getting it on sale made it even better.
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