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Craftsman 6' Workbench with Stainless Steel Top

Item# 00946635000P | Model# 114521 | Added on September 6, 2014 |
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Craftsman 6' Workbench with Stainless Steel Top
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Superior Quality & Reliability The Craftsman 6' workbench can withstand even the toughest projects. The work surface is 1.75" particle board and is bonded to 22-gauge stainless steel with hemmed edges to accommodate a wide variety of jobs. This rock solid unit has self-leveling feet and a backsplash so your tools, parts or projects won’t roll around and get lost on the ground. Boasting unparalleled strength and stability, the bench holds up to 3,000 lbs. without wobbling. Braced by a front-to-back beam on both ends and one hefty beam spanning its width, this bench will give you the peace of mind to focus on getting the job done instead of worrying about it holding up to the pressure.

  • 1.75" thick particle board core has 22-gauge stainless steel with hemmed edges
  • Steel backsplash keeps items from rolling off the back of the bench
  • Steel 3" x 3" square legs that adjust in 2" increments to 4 different height levels
  • Front-to-back steel brace beams on each end plus 1 steel beam that spans the width of the bench
  • Large 2.75" diameter leveling feet stabilize bench on uneven floors
  • 3,000 lb. load capacity
  • Easy to assemble
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By lookn4bikes
April 28th, 2015
corners need finished/sturdy bench

I have been waiting for the Gladiator six foot Maple top to go on sale close to the black Friday price of $250. I happened across this stainless steel top on sale for about the same price. I think the stainless will hold up better for automotive style repairs than the wood top. Bench is stable and strong. Top quality is the weakest link on this table. Corners in picture show a nice welded bead finishing the edge. But you get a stamped piece of metal that feels loose in corners. Make sure not to over tighten the lag bolts that hold the top to the legs or they will strip out. Nice addition to garage. If you get it on sale it worth the money.

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By eddy714
November 21st, 2014
Corners of Stainless Steel Top Not finished

Workbench is very sturdy and looks nice. Countertop would also look good if corners were finished. The picture shows nice smooth corners,but I have ordered two and returned both because the corners aren't finished. There is a gap where the SS meets on the edges. This leaves two jagged edges sticking out. When I talk to someone at Craftsman or Sears they just say order another one it should be right. Someone should check the item in the warehouses. I don't think anyone wants a countertop with jagged corners.

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Welded corners


After extensive searching for a stainless steel top workbench, I found the Craftsman 6' model. There were several benches available from a variety of vendors. Many were priced out of my budget, not to mention the cost of shipping. The Craftsman checked all the boxes for the features I desired. The bench had adjustable legs, substantial weight rating, stainless steel top, and was affordably priced. The only thing I was skeptical about were the reviews I read mentioned the corners on the top were not welded. I decided all the other positives outweighed the one negative and ordered the bench. I was pleasantly surprised to find the new bench had welded corners making the purchase well worth the money.

January 10th via bv
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Nice table

September 4th
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Sturdy, sturdy, sturdy


The set up for the new style benches is so much easier than the old ones. The adjustable legs are nice as well since I’m a taller guy. However, I do feel that the gauge and quality of the stainless steel top is less than the older ones but that’s probably just the thickest they can get over there in China. Either way, very nice product.

August 17th via bv
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Very Good For The Money


I bought the 8 foot which for some reason is no longer available. In any case, this is an excellent workbench, especially for the money. Craftsman still makes high quality items, despite what others say. Too bad the corporation is doing poorly nationwide. I feel that if other knew of the quality and price available, Sears would have a resurgence.

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