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Black & Decker Workmate WM825

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  • Dual working heights allows use as a workbench, bench tool stand, vice or sawhorse
  • Heavyweight steel construction allows support of 250 kg
  • Adjustable swivel pegs and jaw retention grooves provide clamping versatility and reliable material hold
  • Advanced one-handed clamp system allows clamps to be adjusted together or independently
  • Front jaw swings up for vertical clamping, increasing flexibility to clamp odd-shaped objects
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Black & Decker Workmate WM825 + Silverline TB02 Workbench Clamps Set 2-Piece + Black & Decker X40400 Vice Pegs (4) for Workmate
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Technical Details
Part Number B/DWM825
Item Weight19 Kg
Product Dimensions23 x 75.5 x 84 cm
Item model numberB/DWM825
Item Package Quantity1
Special FeaturesPortable
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight19 Kilograms
  
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ASINB0001GRVYG
Best Sellers Rank 267 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 Kg
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Date First Available1 Mar 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Black and decker wm825 workmate

One handed dual height workmate.

Longer than any other workmate model with a maximum jaw opening of 226mm.

Can also be used for vertical clamping and the rear vice jaw can be moved to any one of three positions.

Supplied with four vice pegs.

Max jaw opening 226mm.
Vice jaw length 740mm.
Table width 562mm.

Box Contains

1 x Black &
1 x Decker WM825 Dual Height Deluxe Workmate

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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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121 of 123 people found the following review helpful By A. Wilder on 7 Sep 2009
I'm a keen weekend DIYer, so use the workmate a fair bit, off and on. On the plus side it's relatively robust and folds away neatly.

The one - in my view fundamental - flaw it has is that the main holding metal bolts on the front jaws thread straight into a softer plastic (white) component underneath. That marriage (of hard metal thread versus softer white plastic) is a fundamental holding point for the whole front clamp/jaw and it's fatally flawed in my view. It's now failed 3 times for me, meaning I'm back to Black and Decker again now for yet another replacement (white plastic) part, as the thread just goes every time. To their credit, they have been very obliging but I'd rather they fixed the design flaw (one I have pointed out!)....it would cost just pence to add a part with a solid metal thread, to match the robust metal of the bolt and would mean solid clamping for much much longer.

It must be a cost issue (or inbuilt obsolescence, if I was being cinical!) but, once the bolt works loose again, it means the jaws ride up and won't clamp solidly, which is really annoying.

Ironically I was give an older bog standard Workmate and I now have to revert to using that where a solid clamping action is required. Not ideal.
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177 of 182 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Austen on 3 April 2009
I look at the quality of the original W/M and see a piece of kit that is strong,robust and well made.This version has been designed by accountants purely and simply for the cheapest construction possible. It is supposed to be a portable work bench I would hesitate to build a leggo toy on it.
The wooden top is flimsy flattend bamboo, the metal used in the frame work is thin and very unstable. Black and Decker are selling this on the strength of their name certainly not on the strength of the W/M. I wish I'd looked at one before I bought as I would not have made the purchase.It is a piece of expensive rubbish don't waste your money
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Tigersimon on 15 Oct 2009
I have looked at these to replace my old, current Black and Decker 325. Unfortunately my teenage son used it as a BBQ stand and ruined the wooden jaws. This new product is not a patch on that the old version. That original has a well-designed strong aluminium framework. I think I will have to make my own replacement jaws, I cannot get them as spares.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By lazyade on 5 April 2012
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I wish I'd listened to the other reviews on here. This version of the workmate is made of extremely cheap materials, it's not sturdy and feel like a part is about to break at any time. Go for another brand.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Roblyn on 30 Nov 2013
Not bought from Amazon but thought to assist others in making their informed decision.

DONT buy this heap of JUNK.

It's flimsy, collapses simply, has poor material choices - metal to plastic on threaded parts??!!??, wood warps, two handled belt jumps thus no clamping strength. Bits missing in the box, bits fell off and poor instructions on how to put together. Bad design choices(compared to older types) so that the cheapest parts and poorest assembly techniques conspire to give you piece of absolute sCRAP.

Please, view one built up in a shop, before deciding to buy.

This is Chinese tosh at it's most regal.
C'mon B&D make to the quality we knew and appreciated, not the cheap (with maximum profit)rubbish you think punters deserve.
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This Black and Decker Workmate is a prime example of how companies sacrifice quality to shave off cost and increase profit. This item is selling on name alone and were it a new introduction to the marked, with this standard of quality, it would soon get a very bad reputation, or be forced to sell at a fraction of the cost.

The vice does not clamp and instead leaves a 7 mm gap. The board (part 103) of the vice wobbles and is not affixed tightly, being instead held/balanced in place by two orange pegs, which have about 10mm play, adding even more wobbles. The (now bamboo) vice is bolted on with cheap plastic female fixings, but at least the bolts are made of metal. Next model they will likely be tied on with noodles and glued with bird spit.

In short, you will very likely find new products, with much better standards of workmanship than this, and at half the price. I made the mistake of trusting a brand that I have used and was familiar with, and was caught out. You have been warned. I wasn't wise enough to read the reviews first :( Lesson learned.
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86 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Love Live Music on 22 Mar 2008
This item is a very poor development of the original workmate. The jaws are thin and mark wood when it is clamped for working on. In addition they have warped and have insufficient strength to remain flat / straight when tightened up. Boards cannot be held vertically as one of the metal struts affect clearance. I spent more time moving the clamps backwards and forwards than should have been necessary and in the end I used it as a place to keep my tools on and got out my 20yr old Workmate and used that. Wish I had spent my money on spares for the old one rather than thinking that getting a new one would be an improvement.

The little orange clamps for pushing into the worksurface are its best feature and are very good. Otherwise a total waste of money and I wish I could return it.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on 16 April 2011
This is a awful piece of kit. I bought it to replace my original B&D workmate that finally gave up 30 + years of hard use later. This new version has been made down to the cheapest common denominator in terms of thickness of steel used. As a consequence I cut myself every time I use it when trying to assemble and disassemble it. The mass is so slight that it no longer allows a flick to engage the catches and each must be positioned in turn to make it stand up. Retracting them is worst as there is no longer any mass momentum to pull the device free from the holding catches.
The band device is a good idea but fails and slips and is frankly not worth the effort. I so wish I could have my original B&D workmate back instead of this awful excuse. I wish I could return it to B&D for a refund as well!
Come on Black and Decker make a good workmate you would be proud to sell again and I would like to buy, and soon.
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