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Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top Review

John Malecki

Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top Review

John Malecki Reviews the Affordable 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench by Husky

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Jan 17, 2020

A little over a year ago I made the move into my new shop, and ever since I’ve been working to make updates on it to be the perfect space. Some of these projects include:

Since then, I’ve put many of the show renovations on hold to make room in my schedule for my recent wedding and a home renovation (which I completed portions of during the week of my wedding, much to my wife’s dismay). 

Just because I’m not broadcasting every improvement to my shop doesn’t mean I’m not slowly making progress on my dream workspace. With the help of the Home Depot, I’ve slowly been bringing in all the tools and materials necessary for customizing my workspace to be exactly what I need -- and who knows, that may lead to another major renovation or two.

An incredibly important aspect of getting my shop in order has been getting organized. That’s why I was excited to add the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top to my shop. As the perfect storage solution for a bunch of my hand tools, this workbench has been integral in my getting the shop together. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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The Specifications:

Everything You Need to Know About the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top

I’ve been working on a number of unique storage solutions in my workshop for quite some time now, but when it comes to great storage solutions for hand tools, there’s no point in fixing what’s not broken (though some of my followers may disagree with that statement).

The Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top is an affordable version of a never-fail classic workbench with a number of smart, convenient upgrades that make it perfect for my workshop. Weighing in just over 237 pounds and capable of supporting more than four times its weight in tools, the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top is a workshop storage solution with that just-right size for any size workspace that brings equity and function to any builder.

In my workshop, the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top has been the perfect fit. The solid wood top is super durable and perfectly complements the sleek all-black finish. The nine drawers provide more than 19,000 cubic inches of storage space for all your favorite tools (which I will definitely need for my 1025-piece Husky Mechanics Set). This includes two extra deep bottom drawers that are perfect for heavy and bulky items in your tool arsenal.

Additionally, the puts mobility and convenience at the forefront of its design. The draws come pre-lined and assembly is made simple, allowing you to be up and moving in no time. At the base are 5 x 2 -in. casters that allow for easy movement to different places in your shop. Additionally, the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top has a built-in power center with 6 outlets and 2 USB ports that are perfect for charging your favorite tools and devices while working.

The Pricing:

Great Value for the Perfect Mobile Workbench

As someone who has made a career out of their passion for building and woodworking, I’ve had my hands and tools in a number of workbenches over time. When it comes to workbenches, there’s not a whole lot a variation that occurs; buy a solid frame that fits in your shop, throw your tools in it, and move along. The Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top brings the just-right balance of the basics and smart features that keep your productivity, giving it an absolute A+ in my book.

Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top: $298.00

My Final Thoughts:

A Mobile Workbench for Any Type of Builder

I’ve taken the time to look at a number of storage solutions for my workshop. In this, I’ve come to one conclusion; if it’s not broken, don’t fix it. The classic workbench is a prime example of this, which is why the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top is such a winner in my book. With smart features like built-in drawer linings and USB ports for my devices, the Husky 46 in. W x 24.5 in. D 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top makes it easy to tackle all of my tasks from filming to building my projects. Top this off with a great price and you really can’t beat this classic workbench from Husky.


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supports up to 1100 lbs.




solid wood top for a stylish yet durable work surface and has an all black finish.

2 extra-deep bottom drawers are ideal for storing heavy, bulky items and are supported by 100 lbs. rated ball bearing slides

built-in power center with 6 outlets and 2 USB ports

5 in. x 2 in. casters and steel tubular side handle allow for easy movement to different areas. Drawer liners included to secure items in place.

Simple assembly


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John Malecki

I used to be an offensive lineman in the NFL, Now I run my own furniture business and am completely self taught. In my videos and posts you'll see a variety of wood and metal work as well as some tips and tricks. Enjoy!