Model # TB-C550

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Store SKU #1000044101

TOUGHBUILT 41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse
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TOUGHBUILT

41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse

  • 1,100 lb. capacity alone and 2,200 lb. per pair
  • Includes easy carry handle
  • Fast-open mechanism leads to simple set-up
$2997 /each
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Product Overview

  • 1,100 lb. capacity alone and 2,200 lb. per pair
  • Includes easy carry handle
  • Fast-open mechanism leads to simple set-up
The TOUGHBUILT C550 Sawhorse and Jobsite Table are durable, rugged and offer unparalleled value. Constructed of 100% high-grade steel, this sawhorse has a remarkable 1100 lb. capacity alone and 2200 lb. per pair. Also includes innovative material support pegs that allow for safe and easy cutting of materials. With a fast-open mechanism, setup is straightforward and simple. Powder-coated and zinc-plated steel prevents corrosion and withstands rigorous environments. This folding sawhorse includes an easy carry handle for effortless transport and rolled edges for safety and comfort.
  • 2x4 support arms that create jobsite table
  • All steel construction
  • Material support pegs
  • Compact size
  • C550 is replacing the C470
  • Easy carry handle

Product Overview

  • 1,100 lb. capacity alone and 2,200 lb. per pair
  • Includes easy carry handle
  • Fast-open mechanism leads to simple set-up
Model #: TB-C550
Sku #: 1000044101
Internet #: 205068379

The TOUGHBUILT C550 Sawhorse and Jobsite Table are durable, rugged and offer unparalleled value. Constructed of 100% high-grade steel, this sawhorse has a remarkable 1100 lb. capacity alone and 2200 lb. per pair. Also includes innovative material support pegs that allow for safe and easy cutting of materials. With a fast-open mechanism, setup is straightforward and simple. Powder-coated and zinc-plated steel prevents corrosion and withstands rigorous environments. This folding sawhorse includes an easy carry handle for effortless transport and rolled edges for safety and comfort.

  • 2x4 support arms that create jobsite table
  • All steel construction
  • Material support pegs
  • Compact size
  • C550 is replacing the C470
  • Easy carry handle

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Name 41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse 33 in. Folding Sawhorse with Adjustable Metal Legs 32 in. Metal Folding Sawhorse 32 in. Tall Adjustable Folding Sawhorse
Brand TOUGHBUILT DEWALT DEWALT TOUGHBUILT
Ratings (227) (159) (71) (175)
Adjustable No Yes No Yes
Weight Capacity (lb.) 1100.000 2500 2000.000 1300.000
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22.5
Product Height (in.)
29.5
Product Width (in.)
46.75

Details

Adjustable
No
Hand Tool Type
Sawhorse
Material
Steel
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Weight Capacity (lb.)
1100.000

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Life Time

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22.5
Product Height (in.)
29.5
Product Width (in.)
46.75

Details

Adjustable
No
Hand Tool Type
Sawhorse
Material
Steel
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Weight Capacity (lb.)
1100.000

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Life Time

Questions & Answers

Do you buy just one or is having 2 better?

Asked by: Nonni
You have to buy two. Having only one sawhorse is not very useful.
Answered by: AGar
Date published: 2017-12-23

Will this scrape up delicate pieces (i.e. molding)?

Will this scrape up delicate pieces (i.e. molding)?
Asked by: KAdams
I haven't seen the construction, but I always cover horses with an old towel whenever I'm working on finish work. Provides a non-slip surface and protects the workpiece. Just be sure you don't get the towel caught in your saw!
Answered by: RLT
Date published: 2017-05-03

How much does one sawhorse weigh?

How much does one sawhorse weigh?
Asked by: massey
Weigh in the area of 15 to 20 pounds - very sturdy
Answered by: Roger
Date published: 2017-05-21

Is the price for a single or pair of the sawhorses.?

Is the price for a single or pair of the sawhorses.?
Asked by: WoodWorker
For just one
Answered by: Chiefbo
Date published: 2017-11-25
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Customer Reviews

41.5 in. Folding Sawhorse is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 227.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needed a job site table, this saw horse with 2x4 support arms and support pegs allow for some fle... Needed a job site table, this saw horse with 2x4 support arms and support pegs allow for some flexibility to build a highly transportable and flexible 4x8 job site table that does not need tools to be assembled. See pics. Pro's; - Sawhorse folds into a compact box and lightweight - Support arms and pegs allow for additional utility, see attached pictures - Upper part sturdy, includes anti slip layer on top - Economical Con's: - The legs are a bit flimsy, once unfolded, okay. But during folding and unfolding of the legs you have to be careful not bending the legs. - Overall height might be too low for tall persons, there is a saw horse version with increased height
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice when set up. Initially thought legs seems "flimsy" but after setup they are fine. Like the... Nice when set up. Initially thought legs seems "flimsy" but after setup they are fine. Like the end slots for 2x4. These are metal so no cutting wood over them as you can with a wood sawhorse. Folds easily and stores out of the way. Purchased two for $60 on a deal and that is about right fort these. I would not pay the original $60 each, just wait for the deal.
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are super stable and sturdy when set-up. All steel construction guarantees years of reliabl... These are super stable and sturdy when set-up. All steel construction guarantees years of reliable use. I've had mine for about two years now and they are good as new; actually a little bit better than new since when new, they are a bit stiff to open and close. Just using them a few times makes them easier to open and close. You can accelerate that "break-in" process as I did by lightly filing some of the sharp edges and waxing the moving parts. These have two Material support pegs that flip out when needed or flip up for storage and transport. Those are VERY useful! I've used them for trimming doors, holding boards vertically for sawing, holding drywall for special cut-outs. Perhaps the most useful thing about those Material support pegs has not been mentioned anywhere else in videos or reviews; They can support a portable vertical panel saw! I just use a 4 x 6 sheet of 1/2" plywood with two notches cut to fit those pegs. The sheet stays in place very securely, but I also use a small clamp to insure it cannot move. The weight of that sheet plus the solid stance of these sawhorses keeps that framework stable even in moderate winds outdoors. Then I use my track saw to straight line vertical cuts, just like you would on an expensive vertical panel saw! For that single feature alone, I feel these are nonpareil ! Yes, there are other sawhorses with support pegs, but they are not as robust as these all steel ones. I love how easy these are to transport. When folded, two of them easily fit on the rear floor of my small compact car. That leaves plenty of room for other tools on the seats and some materials in the trunk. All four of the hinged feet have durable rubber pads, so these can be used indoors on fine floors. They are ALL STEEL though, so be careful carrying them through a house. I banged a corner with one and had to repair some minor damage because of my carelessness. One the center beam, you'll see two 2x4 support arms that can create a job-site table. Those are the two YELLOW U-shaped channels on both ends of the beam, Some other sawhorses have similar features, but these are ALL STEEL and they are ADJUSTABLE! There is a bolt you can loosen, fit your cross-member to, then re-tighten. That makes your job-site table or sawing surface MUCH more solid! When I have to straight-line rip full sized sheets of plywood, I put two 2 x 6" boards in those instead of 2 x 4"s. That give extra clearance for safely sawing. You don't want your expensive carbide blades hitting these steel horses! Then I place a lightweight hollow core door atop those supports and a rigid foam insulation panel over that. The net result is a super stable cutting surface that's perfect for track saws or homemade saw-guide cutting. I like this 41.5" height and don't need the adjustability of the more expensive model, so these were an easy logical choice. Given the low price, super steel strength, compact portability and versatile features, these are the BEST commercial made sawhorses I have ever used. Believe me, I have used a ton of different sawhorses in a half century of woodworking! I sincerely mean it. I have built a few specialized sawhorses that were better suited to specific tasks, but those were not collapsible for storage, nor were they made of steel. That brings me to the only possible negative about these: potential for rust. As I said, I've used mine for about two years now. They've been in and out of un-heated garages, damp basements, stored in vans and used outside during horrible weather. So far, they have shown very little rust. I do use some Water-Displacement formula 40 to lubricate and protect them. Applications are usually twice a year, once in autumn when they take a break for winter, and again in the spring when they come out for work. So far, that's been enough to keep rust at bay. They even still look good! Another benefit to the steel construction no one else has mentioned: you can use magnets to store and hold small hand tools! I always want the surface of the cutting table clear. It's a hassle to keep cleaning off the surface of most makeshift worksite tables on wooden or plastic sawhorses. With these, I can magnetically hold my combo-square, chisels, and hand saws where they will not interfere with table-top sawing, yet are easy to reach. If you don't mind bending over a bit, you can also just put a board between the legs on that horizontal bit of the "A" frames. I use that trick for holding my track saw, but found that you must clamp the other end, otherwise the weight of the saw could make your board flip up. I solved that by cutting a special board to fit in that space. It can't tip up too far because the narrowing section of the "A" prevents that. But I also put a little metal hook on the other end to make certain the board stays level and my saw stays put. Even if you do not need my special tips and tricks for magnetically holding tools, creating a mini table between the A-frame legs, or the portable vertical panel saw, these are still the best sawhorses I have ever used. Considering the longevity of steel construction and the low price, I think these are the best value for everyone; casual DIYer or Pro Contractors alike.
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These sawhorses are awesome! For YEARS I have used a couple of 2x4's with metal clamp on legs. ... These sawhorses are awesome! For YEARS I have used a couple of 2x4's with metal clamp on legs. They have served me just fine but have issues with pinching, minor corrosion and unevenness to name a few. Because of vacation property I went to Home Depot to buy another set of those clamp on metal legs and came across these. OMG. I doubt I'll ever use my steel clamp-ons again. The legs fold up inside, they have clips to hold plywood or drywall for making/cutting. They allow adding 2x4's across each other giving you a table frame with everything at the same height. The ONLY downside I can see is that they are not adjustable in height as are the more expensive set. But then I've used sawhorses for many, many years and never worried about adjust the height.
Date published: 2017-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Once you've wiped the oil off the steel legs your good to go, at only $30 each these sawhorse's a... Once you've wiped the oil off the steel legs your good to go, at only $30 each these sawhorse's are a bargain. Strong stable platform that stays together, should last a life time. I attached wood to the top of mine for finishing application so not to scratch my work, will not tip over like the cheaper plastic ones, and has the so much need 41.5" surface area.
Date published: 2017-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Satisfied- Reviews Confirmed Was searching for a sawhorse to work on some projects and I settled on this product!!! Worked great, was stable and love the ability to add 2x4's to extend the area of work! Quick and easy to stand up and just as quick and easy to fold back and in and store, takes minimal space for storage!!! Price is very economical! A must buy!
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to set up and easy to use. I am presently using them with 16 feet 2 x 4's to lay out dog e... Easy to set up and easy to use. I am presently using them with 16 feet 2 x 4's to lay out dog ear fence boards to paint them. They are setup in my garage. Easy to paint a lot of them at the same time and they are out of the weather. My neighbor saw them and was really impressed .
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from They work out great, at least for a DIYer. I... They work out great, at least for a DIYer. I didn't try to abuse them in a worksite condition to see how tough they get. But they seem to hold out quite well under regular DIY situation. The biggest plus of these saw horses is how compact they are when folded - saving a lot of space.
Date published: 2017-10-17
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