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Bench Dog® Push-Loc

Item #
29964
Rating:
88% of 100

A push stick isn't doing much good if you can't find it! Push-Loc comes with an exclusive docking station that mounts to your tool so Push-Loc is always upright and ready for use. The docking station is also a handy pencil tray, and it even holsters two tape measures. Push-Loc's innovative handle is offset to the left for better safety and visibility. It gets your hands out of harms way, allows you to see your workpiece better, and you won't bang your knuckles on the blade guard. The offset also allows you to use it horizontally on the router table.


Features:
  • Offset handle keeps your hand out of harm's way and improves visibility
  • Ergonomic "no-slip" grip
  • Rubber sole helps prevent slippage and won't mar your workpiece
  • Exclusive docking station keeps Push-Loc upright, always ready for use
(1) Bench Dog® Push-Loc
More Information
Brand Bench Dog
Manufacturer Part Number 10-025
Weight 0.4000
4.4 / 5.0
100 Reviews
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Yes!
I own a variety of these safety tools but this one is my most reached for, simple and effective.
May 27, 2020
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Works great
May 21, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Works good
April 15, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Must have safety device
This is a must have for narrow pieces. The heel is a big help.
March 27, 2020
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Works well
Being left handed it feels a little awkward but works well
March 19, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Fantastic tool
This has become my "go to" push tool as it really is ergonomic and handy. I don't have to think about what to use as it handles big pieces as well as the pieces that need a thin push block.
March 19, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent push stick for narrow rips
It offers good control over the workpiece and has a very comfortable handle position.
March 19, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
so safe
This made cutting a narrow piece on my table saw a very secure, safe process.
February 26, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I wish they would have come out with this tool a long time ago
February 21, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
It works.
Works the way it should. Really happy about the price.
February 11, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Lost mine
Roger V on May 25, 2020
I still have all of my fingers, and I want to keep it that way.
Travis K on May 21, 2020
Lost mine
Roger V on May 25, 2020
I'm not one for gimmicks - but the offset handle is what sold me on this because I have a shop made overarm dust extractor on my Sawstop so it's hard to use my handmade push sticks when ripping thin pieces.
Gary D on May 23, 2020
I still have all of my fingers, and I want to keep it that way.
Travis K on May 21, 2020
I like the fact that it moves your push hand to the outside of the fence and away from the saw blade. I use the blade guard when I can, but there are situations where the wood I'm cutting is thin and I can't use the blade guard. Being on top of the spinning blade always gives me concern of the push stick slipping or the wood kicking back and my had going into the blade.
Ron K on May 20, 2020
I've been wanting to try this design over my scrap wood versions.
Coach on May 19, 2020
Looks interesting, on sale, decent reviews
Ben A on May 18, 2020
On sale
david s on May 18, 2020
Safety
Robert L on May 15, 2020
Safety
Robert L on May 14, 2020
Safety
Kevin W on May 13, 2020
needed a good push stick
ttimothy f on May 11, 2020
Didn't have a push block
MATT W on May 11, 2020
Like the holder for it
sean m on May 6, 2020
Got so I can get close cuts with a kick back guard installed
Ugenefrank on May 6, 2020
Appears to be a safer way for narrow cuts.
LARRY B on May 6, 2020
I have one and really like the it and was in need of one for my router table
davy c on May 5, 2020
Will work for my table saw and my router table. Sale price too good to pass up.
DENNIS D on May 5, 2020
on sale
greg b on May 5, 2020
Much safer than my other push stick
Eric on May 1, 2020
I like the look of the offset handle for pushing thin items through the table saw. Anxious to see how this works!
Brian M on Apr 28, 2020
Safety
Michael T on Apr 27, 2020
Kick back danger is often due to the back of the blade rotating up. This push block provides pressure on the forward portion of the material being cut in two locations; the handle and the forward tip of the push block.<br />Push sticks are very dangerous because they put pressure behind the material being cut and thereby can lift the front of the band going through the blade and allow the material to catch the back edge of the rising blade. Push sticks are deadly.
Ronald L on Apr 26, 2020
This is nice for ripping small pieces.
Gary J on Apr 25, 2020
for safety . It design well because off set .
Shara aydin on Apr 23, 2020
I desire this for my w2orkshop.
Evan P on Apr 23, 2020
Another good way to keep my hand clear of the blade. A good price for safety.
Roy D on Apr 20, 2020
Would prefer to stay as far away from the blade as possibles...the blade guard is super close sometimes, hoping the offset of these will help.
TrishA on Apr 18, 2020
It was time for a new one
Joe on Apr 18, 2020
On sale and needed something safer and more convenient than the standard push stick.
Derek S on Apr 16, 2020
SAFETY
FREDERICK L GRAVES I on Apr 14, 2020
The safety feature.
Sharon B on Apr 14, 2020
Saving my fingers is always a good idea. Looks like it will fit well in tight spaces.
Jeff B on Apr 8, 2020
looks like it will be save 2 use.
Arthur F. S on Apr 8, 2020
For my bench saw work
Emmanuel O on Apr 6, 2020
I like that it keeps hand away further from cut.
Bob N on Mar 11, 2020
Trying it out for small stock.
Terry on Mar 1, 2020
Safety is job 1.
Phillip W on Feb 24, 2020
make a lot of narrow strip cuts
Michael A. N on Feb 15, 2020
Liked the offset handle and I needed a new push stick
Melanie R on Feb 12, 2020
Safety reasons.
RONALD B on Jan 30, 2020
safety
starla l on Jan 18, 2020
husband needed one, we liked the off-set handle
marci carl M on Jan 16, 2020
I like how the handle is offset away from the blade and over the fence. Definitely seems safer.
Gabe Dadi on Jan 15, 2020
I LIKE TO KEEP MY HANDS SAFELY!I
JAMES M on Jan 14, 2020
Safety, I like my hand to stay in one piece
ibeth c on Jan 12, 2020
Safety
Michael H on Jan 10, 2020
safety
R S on Jan 10, 2020
Needed
Roland K on Jan 8, 2020
For smaller pieces on the tablesaw
Adam W on Jan 4, 2020
Safety
David E on Jan 3, 2020
I'm not one for gimmicks - but the offset handle is what sold me on this because I have a shop made overarm dust extractor on my Sawstop so it's hard to use my handmade push sticks when ripping thin pieces.
Gary D on May 23, 2020
I like the fact that it moves your push hand to the outside of the fence and away from the saw blade. I use the blade guard when I can, but there are situations where the wood I'm cutting is thin and I can't use the blade guard. Being on top of the spinning blade always gives me concern of the push stick slipping or the wood kicking back and my had going into the blade.
Ron K on May 20, 2020
WHAT IS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE OFFSET AND THE BOTTOM OF THE PUSH BLOCK?
Bull William on Dec 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think I may have misunderstood your question. The distance between the sole of the pushblock and the horizontal offset for the handle is 3 5/8". The cleat of the pushblock protrudes 5/16" below the sole, but the foam grippy material is within that and perhaps 3/32" uncompressed..
what is the thickness of the push stick?
Eric B on Jul 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It is right at 3/8, measuring it as I respond.
How thin a cut can you rip with this? How thick is the Push-Loc part that pushes stock past the blade?
ladyengineer on Oct 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Let me try that again. The device is 3/8 inch wide and the most I would safely try is 1/2 inch ... and to a degree that is a risk.

An alternative method is to let the bulk of your stock ride the fence and the 1/8 or whatever falls off to the left of the blade. However, you MUST be using a zero clearance insert!

Another method is a Thin Rip Table Saw Jig. Used with a zero clearance insert will yield a predictable result safely.
Will it work on Craftsman table saw ?
Rick on Sep 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I think so, I have a different fence which is higher than most fences and it works great.
By what means does the docking receptacle attach to the fence (or other designated location)?
Tim B on Oct 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I bought mine a while back, and assuming the design is the same, it doesn't have a way to attach other than using 2-sided tape, epoxy, screw in to a table extension, etc. I've never used the docking receptacle, as I lay it on the fence at exactly the place where I want to pick it up and use it as the work piece is moving through the saw. By the way, It works extremely well, giving you much more control than a traditional push stick that only supports the back corner of the work piece.
Does this prevent kickback?
Katherine H on Apr 15, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I found that it worked well to help guide thin pieces between the fence and blade. I have had no issue with kickback using this push block.
How thick is the plastic between the saw and the fence?
Robert M on Oct 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It is 3/8" (to be really picky it's 11/32" or 19.5mm). Hope this helps
What happened to the MADE IN USA version of this product?
Ryan W on Feb 4, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure. The current version is made in Taiwan.
Does it work on rigid table saw?
John F on Oct 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it works very well. I was hesitant to buy such a gadget (just make one). But this works reliably better both for rip and cross cuts. Has good friction with wood, an effective "hook" on the edge of wood and is conveniently narrow for skinny cuts.
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