Husky Portable Jobsite Workbench


We have done some work bench reviews in the past such as the Keter Portable Workbench.  To our surprise, the portable workbench was great.  In fact I am still using it without an issues.  Well now they have another one out, well Husky does.  Keter makes the table for Husky, which is good to know.  I now know Keter and trust the brand.  So with this table, knowing that Keter makes it for Husky, I am equally as impressed.  So what is so special about this bench, well a lot.

First the bench is only $70, not bad for a sturdy and portable bench.  Second this thing can hold a heck of a lot of weight, 1,500 lbs to be more precise.  Third, this bench folds away easy.  Not as easy as the other work bench we covered, but easy enough to make it portable and useful.  In fact everything stows away easy and neat.  Another useful benefit is metal rails on the top of the bench to allow for clamping.  If that is still not enough, you have metal brackets that allow the user to put 2×4’s on the sides, so really you can build the table bigger, how cool is that?  But wait that isn’t all.  In fact you can use this for a router table, yes a router table.  You can mount most routers on the bottom and now you have a portable router table, not bad and for a price of $70, how can you beat it?


  1. This is pretty cool, a portable workbench. I also didn’t know Keter is making stuff for Husky. I like it a lot. Laters TIA

  2. Also found my Craftsman router screw holes did not line up with any on the table insert. Detaching the plastic router plate did not help. The threaded holes are still in the same place.

  3. my Ryobi didn’t line up either – had to have someone make me a metal plate so I could drill holes for my router in the plate and that worked. Does anyone know of some clamps that will work in the tracks? The user manual says “standard” clamps should work, but I can’t find any that do.

    • My Bosch 2.25 router also does not fit. As for the clamps, 2″ bar clamps work you just need to pull the rubber grips off so they will slide into the track. I think I will just drill some new holes in the plate to make my router fit.

  4. Can you purchase a saw plate for this table and convert it into a table saw? Does Keter or Husky sell/manufacture such a part?

  5. I read where so many say their router does not matchup to mounting holes in Husky table, makes me curious which routers Do match up?

  6. I’ve only seen one person saying they have a router that fits, and that was a Dewalt. I have not found that any of my routers fit with any of the bases, very disappointing as the whole reason I bought this table 3 years ago was for the ability to use it as a router table


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