Model # WKBNCH72X22

Internet #203083493

Store SKU #282216

Signature Development 72 in. Fold-Out Wood Workbench
0634750720002

Signature Development

72 in. Fold-Out Wood Workbench

  • Easy to assemble workbench in just minutes
  • Offers long lasting strength and durability
  • Multiple alternative uses to a traditional wooden workbench
$ 79 98 /each
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Product Overview

  • Easy to assemble workbench in just minutes
  • Offers long lasting strength and durability
  • Multiple alternative uses to a traditional wooden workbench
The patented 72 inch Signature Development wooden workbench easily assembles in a matter of minutes! A great alternative to building your own workbench, simply unfold the legs and pop in the shelf. This strong and sturdy workbench is an easy and cost- effective addition to your garage or basement workshop. Alternate uses include sewing and craft table, garden potting table, furniture, or even a kitchen island! For an occasional workspace easily fold up after use and place in storage. Consider adding locking wheels to the legs of the workbench for easy moving.
  • Made from premium 2 in. x 4 in. hemlock fastened with glue and screws
  • Can be stained or painted
  • Top surface made from MDF
  • A great addition to any garage or shop
  • Can easily be stored when not in use
  • Actual: 20 in. x 72 in.

Product Overview

  • Easy to assemble workbench in just minutes
  • Offers long lasting strength and durability
  • Multiple alternative uses to a traditional wooden workbench
Model #: WKBNCH72X22
Sku #: 282216
Internet #: 203083493

The patented 72 inch Signature Development wooden workbench easily assembles in a matter of minutes! A great alternative to building your own workbench, simply unfold the legs and pop in the shelf. This strong and sturdy workbench is an easy and cost- effective addition to your garage or basement workshop. Alternate uses include sewing and craft table, garden potting table, furniture, or even a kitchen island! For an occasional workspace easily fold up after use and place in storage. Consider adding locking wheels to the legs of the workbench for easy moving.

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  • Made from premium 2 in. x 4 in. hemlock fastened with glue and screws
  • Can be stained or painted
  • Top surface made from MDF
  • A great addition to any garage or shop
  • Can easily be stored when not in use
  • Actual: 20 in. x 72 in.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
22 in
Assembled Height (in.)
35 in
Assembled Width (in.)
72 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Cabinet storage
No
Color Family
Brown
Drawer storage
No
Frame Material
Wood
Material
Wood
Tool Storage Product Type
Workbench
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage
Top Material
Solid-surface materials
Weight Capacity (lb.)
200

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
22 in
Assembled Height (in.)
35 in
Assembled Width (in.)
72 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Cabinet storage
No
Color Family
Brown
Drawer storage
No
Frame Material
Wood
Material
Wood
Tool Storage Product Type
Workbench
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage
Top Material
Solid-surface materials
Weight Capacity (lb.)
200

Questions & Answers

Once it is assembled, how easy would it be to fold back up if I wanted it as only an occasional workspace?

I have limited space but would like a workbench for projects when they arise. I'm wondering how flat the table folds or if it's meant to set-up/take down as I'm envisioning or not.
Asked by: scichic
It will take down very quickly, depending on how it's being used. I have a 12" compound miter saw bolted into the top and that can also be easily removed. To enhance stability, I screwed in 2-1" 90 degree brackets at each end where the lower shelf meets the end shelf support. That would take 1 minute to remove.
Answered by: JimyP
Date published: 2018-09-09

Can legs be made shorter?

This is intended for use by younger children. Can legs be shortened easily??
Asked by: countrymouse
Sure :P It's just wood, so you could cut them down. I'd move the front-back support up if I did that, however.
Answered by: squirrel
Date published: 2018-04-28

Can I leave the second shelf off, or will that make it unstable?

Asked by: wantitasadesk
I took the shelf off but I screwed in two 1x4s in an L-shape on the back to support. It would collapse without the shelf or a brace.
Answered by: BeeKiddo
Date published: 2018-02-28

can wheels be attached to this workbench?

Asked by: retiree
yes, you should be able to add casters
Answered by: Jon
Date published: 2018-04-26
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Customer Reviews

72 in. Fold-Out Wood Workbench is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 629.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is well worth the Eighty dollars, yes it can indeed be assembled in three minutes or less. T... This is well worth the Eighty dollars, yes it can indeed be assembled in three minutes or less. The legs simply fold out like a buffet table and the bottom shelf locks it in. I am currently using this as a permanent workbench in my basement and it has served me well. I do small to medium woodcraft projects and havent had an issue at all. I currently have a nine inch (table top) drill press mounted on one end. and a six inch medium duty vice mounted to the other end; it has been working well that the amount of force I need to apply at the vice will not tip or torque the bench (the back is anchored to a wall the legs are just freestanding and shimmed to account for the slope of my basement floor.) Hand sawing has been no problem as the bench stays put and doesn't oscillate back and forth with each motion. Hammering has been no problem either as all the energy of each blow goes into the nail and work piece and not transmitted through the bench.(I will be buying a second one to expand my working area. BUY IT!!!!!!
Date published: 2018-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This workbench is FABULOUS!!!!!! Not only will the legs fold up under the bench top for easy stor... This workbench is FABULOUS!!!!!! Not only will the legs fold up under the bench top for easy storage, but I turned it into a Grilling Station for my husband. I purchased this bench 3 weeks ago, and with some staining, priming, painting, sanding and 4 coats of polyurethane between each stage I have a beautiful piece that will last a long time. My husband was amazed at what I had accomplished with this sturdy bench. I added three crates that I purchased at Home Depot for storage on the bottom shelf and stained the same mahogany color of the bench. Don't be afraid of the MDF board top, I had no problem sealing, painting and adding a few coats of poly to make it durable. I even stopped in the tile aisle of Home Depot and bought a 12x12 ceramic tile, added little felt circles on bottom and ta-da a terrific trivit for hot pots. Buy this bench it is so versatile, I'm coming back for another one to actually use as a "workbench". See for yourself what it can look like. Thank you Home Depot, once again you didn't dissappoint me.
Date published: 2017-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Workbench in a Box! I don't normally write reviews, however I felt compelled to on this item. I have been searching for a beginner Gunsmith Workbench for a month now. I ended up buying a workbench from HF and when I got home and unpacked it, I started to notice that there were a lot of individual pieces. Then I realized that not only was there no instructions, but there was no hardware to assemble it. On top of all of this, I noticed the overall quality of it was very poor (made overseas). So I immediately returned it the next day and quickly headed to my local Home Depot to check out the floor display of this bad boy! Well it didn't take me long to realize not only was this better quality than the HF one, it was also Made in America! The fact that it literally only takes a few minutes to assemble! Once set up and in-place, I quickly setup my shop, and I did not need to use the supplied Instructions! I like this workbench so much I will be picking up a second one for reloading!
Date published: 2014-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and Effective! This workbench is a great buy for the money. The top could be thicker material, but it will do for my purposes. Love the fold out design and how everything is already pre-assembled. Couldn't be easier! I actually bought two...one for the garage and one for the basement mechanical area. I put locking caster wheels on both and am thrilled with the results...now the entire bench can be wheeled anywhere but can be locked in place if you like. Here's the setup I went with: 2" lockable caster wheels (Model #4031245EB; Internet #203672395; Store SKU #222219) which are 3/8"-16x1.5". Also bought coarse thread T-Nuts (Model #802321; Internet #204274196; Store SKU #185422) which are 3/8"-16x7/16". I used a 1 1/8" spade bit to counter sink the T-Nuts...not required but adds a nice touch and was super easy. Attaching a couple of pictures. The wood is untreated, so the wheels also provide some protection in case you would have any water on the floor.
Date published: 2014-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes a fun kitchen island!!! I wanted a rustic looking kitchen island but did not want to spend a lot. Not being super handy or skilled at building things, this work bench looked perfect and affordable. The whole project took one week from start to finish and cost $110. First I removed the back lip and sanded the entire piece smooth with palm sander. I glued some birch accent embellishments on the corners. After it was smooth, I brushed on watered down wood glue to seal the MDF top. Then I started staining (1-QT Varathane Stain + Poly in dark walnut) 3 coats of the stain. To make the top more interesting I painted a tree motif with dark brown acrylic paint (purchased at a craft store) on top of the dry stain. The top was then finished off with several coats of (8-oz. Satin Polycrylic). It is a stable table and adds extra work space. Paired with some stools, it makes the perfect morning coffee drinking spot. I am very pleased with the look and get many compliments on it. Whether you plan on using this work bench as intended or for other purposes, it is highly customizable, sturdy, and well priced.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it--DON'T shorten the shelf, it helps lock the legs! I'm an artist and wanted a bench for my garage to serve as a workstation for various tasks and this was so complete, good quality, and easy to use that I bought it based on the reviews. It unfolds and goes together like a dream and is extremely solid and not even slightly rickety. NOTE--a couple of reviewers mentioned the shelf being a bit too long. Mine was perfect but at first you think it's too long. When you think you have the legs locked in place, forcing the shelf between them actually pushes them slightly further and it all locks into place. The legs fold in two sets out to the sides from underneath and the shelf fits between the two leg-frames and locks everything supersolid. It's hard to tell from the photo but the shelf surface and bench surface are single piece of MDF, screwed in with copper screws. Very nicely put together for the price but since I paint with water soluble paints, I am going to seal this either with polyurethane or formica laminate.
Date published: 2014-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am actually shocked at how decent this workbench is. The reviews were mostly good, but there's ... I am actually shocked at how decent this workbench is. The reviews were mostly good, but there's always some that make you weary. I was hesitant. I waffled between attempting to build my own and buying one of the assemble required metal ones that you see everywhere.But this fit the bill perfectly. I bought it to actually start some projects and building the bench still would have been too advanced, as I get comfortable with power tools and measurement and such. I will have to shim it a bit on my garage floor, but I am confident it will serve it's purpose. As for getting this puppy home. I drive a 2nd generation Scion Xb. It's a solid 6 feet long. I was able to fit it just barely and about a foot went between the front seats and still drive. Probably not ideal for a super long haul, but I live like 5 minutes away. As for weight- it's heavy, but 2 person manageable. I do suggest a couple of strong people. Yes- it barely takes 3 minutes to get set up. As for size- I also chose this for the height, I am 5'8 and needed something taller. This is a good size. I think one of my first projects will be some shelves and the ubiquitous pegboard.
Date published: 2018-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great garage addition Just got this workbench because of the other reviews here. I plan on using it as a reloading bench in my garage. I really like the width and the depth should be sufficient for everything I plan on doing. Also, while I firmly believe that it would hold several hundred pounds (at least), it's not quite as resistant to lateral torque (twisting at two corners). Many people remarked on the weight but as long as you use one of the flat lumber carriers to get it into the car it's not bad. Probably about 60-70 lbs. it wasn't a problem for me to set it up by myself, although I'm a bit bigger than some. One suggestion, if you need it to be stable make sure you pick up some of the shins from aisle 16......I'm glad I did. With that and a couple large stone blocks on the bottom shelf I think this bench will work pretty well for my needs. It really did set up in 3 minutes or less but be careful if your extending the legs right out of the box while upside down. I got a bit aggressive making sure they were fully expanded and got some cracking around one of the bolts. No big deal though.
Date published: 2014-11-07
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