The Stud Horse, a steel and PVC sawhorse, looks bomb shelter sturdy. We’ve seen our share of new sawhorses and gimmicks that claim to help productivity in this area, but this one actually looks to be a good way to break down a horse and keep it handy at the same time.
The unit revolves around two steel “A” frame ends with a hole and locking pin at the top that holds the crossbar, a 2-1/2” piece of PVC conduit. The Stud Horse comes with a set of four frames that makes two sawhorses. The pair will run you around $100, so it’s not for the casual user.
What do you Toolmongers think? Is this a great way to get some sturdy jobsite work done, or a great way to separate Tool guys from their cash? Let us know in comments.