New WORX Workstations Make Do-It-Yourself Projects Run Easier

WORX Sidekick Folding Worktable

Not every workstation is alike or serves the same purpose, but when it comes to choices, the new WORX® Sidekick Folding Worktable, Pegasus Folding Worktable and Sawhorse, and WORX Clamping Sawhorses are bound to please. Each workstation has its own set of unique, useful features designed to meet do-it-yourselfers’ needs.

It’s tough to put Sidekick in a single category, because this worktable is compact, lightweight and easy to transport. Yet, it can be drafted into multiple applications from supporting tabletop do-it-yourself projects to a food prep grilling station, concert picnic table, craft and hobby station or even a board game table top support for kids.

This handy 13 lb. worktable sets up in seconds, supports loads up to 300 lbs. and provides a 23.6 in. x 23.6 in. work surface. It folds up, legs and all, for easy transport or storage.

The sturdy, resin tabletop’s honeycomb construction is supported by a rugged, tubular steel powder coated leg set, which is corrosion resistant. When fully assembled, the versatile worktable stands 32 in. high. It connects to other WORX workstations, such as Pegasus, though link-lock.

Four clamp dogs are provided for holding dimensional lumber and other materials. For sizing materials, inch and millimeter scales are molded into the tabletop.

The WORX Sidekick Folding Worktable (WX066, $59.99) is available at worx.com. The worktable is backed by the WORX 3 year warranty.

WORX Pegasus™ functions not only as a worktable but as a sawhorse. Key features are built-in channels to house two, 18 in. quick-clamps. Four clamp dogs are provided to secure circular and irregular sized workpieces. Pegasus has a 31 in. x 25 in. tabletop and, in the worktable position, it’s capable of supporting workloads up to 300 lbs.

Innovative Pegasus interlocks with other Pegasus tabletops or Sidekick through Link-Lock. This expanded work surface is handy for cutting larger workpieces and other applications. The table’s quick-clamps are great for securing wood to be cut, glue-ups and sanding operations.

Converting from a worktable to a sawhorse is quick and easy. The tabletop’s extension wings are braced with struts on both sides of the workbench. These wings fold…

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