February 28, 2008

Triton Multi-Stand

triton_multi_stand.jpgAt first we thought that this was your average out feed table, but then we took a closer look and saw that it's quite a bit more. The extra sauce in the Triton Multi-Stand is the swiveling, tilting, clamping head that can do everything from hold a door steady to prop up the other side of that floor joist. It's a simple idea and it makes us wonder why no one has thought of it before.

The Triton Multi-Stand still can be used as an out feed table so the top surfaces of the clamping head are made of a low friction material, to make things easier. The tripod is built wide and low for added stability and the height of the entire thing adjusts from 25" to 37". It can support over 220 lbs, so you can even set it up as a table stand.

triton_multi_stand2.jpgThe Multi-Stand costs about $50, which sounds like a great price for what the tool can do for you. Also, all of the customer reviews at Amazon are positive.

At Amazon.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 28, 2008 5:09 AM
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