Over the last few years Black & Decker has vastly expanded their line of Workmate folding work tables to include all sorts of specialty versions — like this model that has wheels and can serve as a hand truck.
Heck, we use our ancient plain Workmate a ton in the shop — you can see it in many of our testing photos — but the idea of wheels sounds even better. My only complaint about the one we have is that sometimes it’s a bit heavy to lug around.
Black & Decker offers other specialty models now, too, include a smaller “X-frame” version and a version with a power strip included. Come to think of it, I may consider mounting a power strip to the one I have — it’d be handy working with power tools.
Anyway, the 525 (pictured here) includes the removable middle panel like the 425 and can support (according to Black & Decker) up to 450 lbs.
If you don’t already have one — or are looking for a gift for a DIYer friend or family member — keep an eye out for sales on ’em this time of year. Street pricing hovers around $105 for the 525, much less for others.