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Long-time TM reader and commenter Stuey wrote in with this killer Dealmonger find: “Stanley’s Mobile Project Center is $69 after applying the currently-available 25% coupon and after a $10 Stanley rebate — you pay $79 at time of purchase, still a good deal.  No tax, free shipping — what more could you ask for?”  You’ll need to apply the code “PTADADDY” at checkout to get the 25%. 

“What to do if you already have one?” Stuey asks?  “Order and send me one as a wedding present!”  Congrats on the happy day, Stuey, from your friends at TM and all your fellow Toolmongers.

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4 Responses to Dealmonger: Stanley’s Mobile Project Center For $69, Shipped!

  1. Blind says:

    Are these worth it? It always seemed like they were too small for any real projects and a decent table would work better.

  2. This might be enough to put a small chop saw on, but I can’t see doing any serious layout or work on this table. I think I’d be tempted to use it as a ladder.

  3. Stuey says:

    These are much bigger than the old style B&D Workmates, and similarly sized to B&D’s mid-range model.

    This is meant for those with very small workshops, apartment dwellers, and those who need to do work outdoors or away from their shop every now and then.

    I live in an apartment so a folding clamping table is one of two options. The other option is using my computer desk as a work table, but that’s a bad idea if I need to use power tools. I have vises and clamps, but no place to set them up permanently. A folding table offers decent clampage for light to medium duty work.

    These are worth it if you have space/storage issues or portability is important to you. It’s a portable work center that folds flat for storage and it doesn’t claim to be anything more. Would I use this as a substitute for even an entry-level work table if I had the room for one? No.

    Is it worth the money? I think so. My father’s 10-25 year old Workmate is built sturdily (made in Canada), and a good folding stand. But they don’t make them like they used to. The lower end ones feel cheap and wobbly, and amongst similarly priced B&D workstands, the Stanley MPC is a better buy. Amongst folding work stands, this is the cream of the crop and $70 is the best price I’ve ever seen on it.

  4. Brau says:

    I have a B&D workmate and it is okay for certain things but limited, even with it’s wide legs. I’m trying to imagine using a handsaw on this while it wobbles because it looks too tall and narrow to be very stable. I have not used one of these but there is such a thing as trying to be too many things and in the end not doing anything well. I think this may be a good example.

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