The four models of the Black and Decker Workmate project center can each be used for clamping, painting and cutting and can also serve as a workbench or sawhorse. Although each model is similar in overall design, each has specific features and distinct specifications.
Workmate Portable Project Center with Storage
The key features of the Workmate Portable Project Center with Storage are its adjustable rear jaws and swivel pegs that are flexible enough to clamp odd shapes. It also has an attached storage pouch for tools and materials, can hold up to 450 pounds and offers a 24-inch work surface. The legs fold, allowing you to lower the height This model, however, has no vertical clamping ability.
WorkMate Portable Project Center and Vise
The WorkMate Portable Project Center and Vise is constructed with a durable steel frame, has adjustable swivel pegs, wooden vise jaws, and can hold up to 350 pounds. Its compact and lightweight design allows for ease storage. It has a nine-inch work surface and no vertical clamping ability.
Workmate 425 Portable Project Center and Vise
In addition to adjustable jaws and swivel pegs, the Workmate 425 Portable Project Center and Vise has legs that fold under to lower its height for larger projects. It also has a "One-Handed Clamp" system that allows clamps to be adjusted together or independently. It can ; hold up to 550 pounds and has a 29-inch work surface. It has no diagonal clamping ability.
Workmate 225 Portable Project Center and Vise
The Workmate 225 Portable Project Center has adjustable rear jaws and can hold up to 450 pounds. It is made with a durable, heavy-gauge steel frame, has a lightweight, portable design that folds for easy storage, and has a 24-inch work surface. It has no vertical clamping ability.
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