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Bora Quick Deploying Speedhorse Sawhorse

Bora Speedhorse Sawhorse

Super quick setup and teardown makes it the ultimate sawhorse upgrade for job sites, workspaces, or workshops

TROY, Mich. 2019 – Bora Tool, a leading manufacturer of tools, woodworking and workshop accessories, announces the launch of the Speedhorse (PM-4500 ) a revolutionary contractor-grade sawhorse that deploys 30 times faster than conventional sawhorses.

Designed for flexibility in a wide variety of environments, this sawhorse is built tough to withstand heavy projects ranging from construction and carpentry to furniture builds. And when the job is finished, simply pull the levers and fold the legs up. The Bora Tool Speedhorse is the ultimate upgrade for job sites, workspaces or workshops by shaving valuable time off setup and teardown to complete jobs more efficiently.

“We wanted to design a tool that would appeal to both professionals and enthusiasts,” said Rod Bonham, Product Manager for Bora Tool. “Contractors and carpenters will appreciate how easy it is to set up, take down, and transport because it means they can get to more jobs more quickly. And it’s perfect for enthusiasts and serious hobbyists because it stores easily and allows for flexibility in any size shop.”

Key features of the Speedhorse include:
  • Quick-deploy and quick-collapse legs allows users to setup and teardown in just seconds.
  • Non-sequential leg folding makes worksite tear down a breeze. Just pull the levers on each end and fold the legs up — doesn't matter which order.
  • Best-in-class weight capacity. Each individual unit can support 1500 lbs, 200 lbs. more than the leading competitors.
  • A long, pre-drilled surface equates to more workspace and stability. The pre-drilled metal top allows users to screw in a 2x4 as a sacrificial top, saving saws and sawhorse from damage.
The Bora Tool Speedhorse retails for $79.00US.

For a complete list of retailers, visit Boratool.com or call 866-588-0395.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019