Model No. WM536

Workmate® 536 Dual Height Workbench

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Features + Benefits

  • Adjustable swivel pegs and jaw retention grooves provide clamping versatility and reliable material hold
  • Dual clamping cranks increase clamping force and versatility
  • Dual working heights allows use as a workbench, bench tool stand, vice, or sawhorse
  • Rubber feet are anti-slip
  • Folds flat for compact storage and easy transport
  • Designed for easy set-up and clean-up
  • Durable steel construction
Black and Decker - Workmate 536 Dual Height Workbench - WM536

Product Specs

Product Type Workmate® Workbench
Working heights 775 / 595 mm
Folded size (W x H x D) 610 x 740 x 195 mm
Vice jaw opening 0-136 mm
Vice jaw length 610 mm
Max table width - Jaws open 384 mm
Vice jaw positions 1
Maximum load 250 kg
Verticle clamping No
Vice jaw material Particle board
One handed operation No
  • Bench tool stand
  • Holds virtually anything
  • Sawhorse
  • Vice for cutting, painting, etc
  • Workbench
  • 4x Adjustable swivel pegs

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Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 125 reviews
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Torquay GB
Can't go wrong with a workmate. It all depends what you are using it for. It suits me fine.
And by the way, it is not difficult to assemble as some reviewers have said. 4 bolts and 2 pins, that's all. Don't give them a IKEA flatpack lol
Confirmed purchase: 06 February 2021
Published on: 24 February 2021
out of 10


Saffron walden GB DIY freak
I've had one for forty years. It's still working fine, I just needed another one. Great to see that it is almost identical - no need to change something that works brilliantly.
Only that I wish I'd bought a second one years ago
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This is my 40 year old Workmate

Confirmed purchase: 21 September 2020
Published on: 05 October 2020
out of 10


Preston GB Retired DIY
putting plastic handles on with a hammer
Confirmed purchase: 14 August 2020
Published on: 10 September 2020