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Feedback Sports Sport Mechanic Workstand

Feedback Sports Sport Mechanic Workstand

GBP 154.99

RRP £195.00

£154.99

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  • Description

    The Sport-Mechanic work and wash stand is built to maximize portability and functionality, delivering a well appointed bike repair stand for all experience levels. Height adjustable from 42" to 65" and folds into a 12.6lb compact unit for easy use at home, or on the go.

  • Spinner-knob clamp securely holds bike
  • 360-degree rotating clamp design
  • Quickly folds into compact unit
  • Adjustable height; stable tripod design
  • Specs:

  • Anodised black aluminium / powder coated black steel combination
  • Weight 12.6lbs. (5.7kg.)
  • Clamp Height 42" - 65.3" (1067mm - 1659mm)
  • Clamp Opening .75" - 1.9" (19mm - 48mm)
  • Jaw width 3.66" (93mm)
  • Base Diameter 54" (1372mm)
  • Folded Size 6.6x5.0x44.1" (168mm x 127mm x 1120mm)
  • Load Capacity 65 LBS. (29.5 KG)
  • 3-Year Warranty
  • Product Details
    Brand:
    Feedback Sports
    Range:
    Sport
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    Top Customer Reviews

    Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.

    Used properly, this workstand is a solid and durable bit of kit

    A good quality workstand isn’t essential for looking after your bike but once you have one you’ll begin to wonder how you ever managed without. One of the main problems with them has always been the price

    Workstands worth buying tend to cost around £200. Anything nearer £100 is fine in the short term, but experience has shown that they just won’t last, be strong enough, stable enough, or will simply be superseded by a new model in a year’s time, leaving you short of parts should you need to repair yours. So just a fiver over £150 is a good price for a stand – so long as it works.

    The Sport-Mechanic does work well and there’s little doubt, if used properly, it should last you for years. The main tubes – the legs and the two sections of the upright – are constructed from good quality black anodised aluminium alloy. The legs fold out to a wide and stable triangle nearly 1.4m in diameter, and there’s an impressive height adjustment range, from 107-166cm.

    The clamps for securing the legs and the two sections that form the main upright feature easy-to-use wingnuts rather than the dearer quick-releases used on Feedback’s more expensive stands, and we found the whole workstand very solid and stable in use. Our only concern is with the clamp on the head. The jaws open to a huge 48mm, and close right up to hold a 20mm diameter tube tightly enough, but we’re not keen on how the clamping is achieved.

    Opening and closing the jaws is done using a T-shaped bar at the front of the head – it’s just a threaded bolt that moves the jaws closer together or further apart. In the wrong hands, it would be all too easy to overtighten this, and it’s easily strong enough to crush a lightweight tube. This is still a very good stand for the money, just make sure you take care when using it.

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