That's It! (saw horses)
Seems like I'm constantly in need of saw horses for one thing or other. (cutting plywood or large stuff, saw runout table, long trim, etc.) I have a couple workmates, but they're usually too low for what I need. I have some saw horses I made, but they're a pain to move around. I always make something work, but it's usually some cobbled up solution.
I have a couple of these plastic adjustable folding ones from Stanley. I've had them for years, and hated them the whole time. Some may recall a post from me a while back where I got bit on my thumb by one of these. Damn near amputated my thumb in that deal. My thumbnail is still black and growing out from that. Two nights ago the same damn thing almost happened again...to the same thumb! That's it! I've had it! They're goin' in the dumpster! No more!
So I've purchased some of these sawhorses from an outfit named Toughbuilt. They're on the way. Hopefully these ones will work out better. Anyone have any experience with them?