Model No. WM825

Workmate® Deluxe Workbench


Features + Benefits

  • Rubber feet are anti-slip
  • Folding frame for compact storage and easy transport
  • Dual working heights allows use as a workbench, bench tool stand, vice, or sawhorse
  • Dual clamping cranks increase clamping force and versatility
  • Adjustable swivel pegs and jaw retention grooves provide clamping versatility and reliable material hold
  • Heavyweight steel construction allows support of 250kg
  • Front jaw swings up for vertical clamping, increasing flexibility to clamp odd-shaped objects
  • Exclusive, advanced one-handed clamp system allows clamps to be adjusted together or independently
  • 3 vice jaw positions for versatility
  • Designed for easy set-up and clean-up
Black and Decker - Workmate Deluxe Workbench - WM825

Product Specs

Product Type Workmate® Workbench
Working heights 800/620 mm
Folded size (W x H x D) 830 x 740 x 200 mm
Vice jaw opening 0-205 mm
Vice jaw length 740 mm
Max table width - Jaws open 541 mm
Vice jaw positions 3
Maximum load 250 kg
Verticle clamping Yes
Vice jaw material Particle board
One handed operation Yes
  • Sawhorse
  • Bench tool stand
  • Workbench
  • Holds virtually anything
  • Vice for cutting, painting, etc.

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Scores 7.7 out of 10 based on 81 reviews
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Pollard GB
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Instructions are awful to follow.Still not sure if I have put it together correctly and waiting to talk to B & D re a connecting belt.
Confirmed purchase: 19 November 2019
Published on: 01 January 2020
out of 10


East Sussex GB
All round excellent tool. Solidly built and holds things tightly. Good height on large legs.
Can’t seem to operate the angled vice grip. Have followed online instructions but the drive belt keeps popping off.
I’d be grateful if a simple set of instructions was available.
Confirmed purchase: 13 March 2019
Published on: 12 April 2019