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Bench DogĀ® Push-Loc

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Bench Dog® Push-Loc Bench Dog® Push-Loc Bench Dog® Push-Loc Bench Dog® Push-Loc Bench Dog® Push-Loc
Bench Dog® Push-Loc

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.

  • 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
Tech Spec N/A
Technical Documents N/A
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4.5 / 5.0
26 Reviews
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Better than it looks at first glance
I picked this up at Rockler a couple of weeks ago because it was interesting and inexpensive. The tray won't fit in my Delta fence, but I'll come up with a work-around. The push block itself is surprisingly strong and rigid, is grippy underneath and has a nice, solid catch at the back for pushing your workpiece. It would easily push through a quarter inch cut. Anything smaller than that you need a Gripper to do it safely. When you inevitably chew it up, it's is inexpensive enough to simply replace.
October 12, 2018
2 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
I use it with small boards on my table saw. It works great.
August 12, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
My Go To
This is my go to safety item on the table saw. I have the Micro Jig as well but find it cumbersome to set each time and I'm not convinced it's safer. The Micro Jig does allow you to push horizontally against the fence but if your edges are square, that's not much of an issue. This is well worth the money. Buy it!
May 10, 2018
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product.
April 21, 2018
6 months ago
The push stick is narrower than the ones I have owned in the past. I thought that this would be a disadvantage, that I needed to be able to apply more power. But it turns out to be an advantage; it is plenty strong enough and its narrower profile means you can make thinner cuts.

I like it.
March 12, 2018
8 months ago
Helpful and nice
February 28, 2018
8 months ago
Easy and safe tool.
Great product, saves hand and finger contact. Able to cut thin strips
November 3, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Good to go.
Great item, easy to use. But the attachment part is less desirable for my use.
November 2, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works as expected keeps your hand plenty far away from blade
August 26, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works perfectly. Anything that saves your fingers is a good product.
February 4, 2017
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
safety first
Thomas P on Oct 12, 2018
impulse buy
R I on Oct 2, 2018
safety first
Thomas P on Oct 12, 2018
This is a safer option for narrow pieces on the table saw
Tim M on Oct 3, 2018
impulse buy
R I on Oct 2, 2018
M L on Sep 30, 2018
saw an ad on you-tube and am quite curious about this item.
Dennis T on Jul 30, 2018
We had an employee get hurt running a table saw, He was not using his guard or a push stick. I'd like to prevent the next person from getting hurt by providing them the tools they need to be successful.
Brian L on Jul 25, 2018
A friend told me about this great product.
Catherine B on May 7, 2018
To keep hands further away from blade, plus extra storage is nice.
Timothy D on May 7, 2018
Gift for husband who does this type of work.
Marjorie B on Apr 9, 2018
High reviews and looks like a safer option over standard push sticks
Paul L on Jan 24, 2018
Liked the off set handle for use at the router table.
WI_Woodworker on Oct 8, 2017
I like that it's thin and I like the offset handle. Not sure if I'll use the docking station.
Barbara K on Sep 4, 2017
i need a top down force push stick for my table saw
Justin S on Aug 9, 2017
Safety reasons
Glen E on Jul 17, 2017
The offset looks like it will work well on the router table as a horizontal push block
Thomas P on Apr 9, 2017
Favorable reviews, but would have liked to see its specs, especially its width at the work piece
Franklin E on Mar 25, 2017
Saw the comments. Need to rip a quantity of short narrow strips, and need to keep my hand up in the air. It looks like the tool will help do what I need. RCJ
RICHARD J on Mar 18, 2017
A handy tool for the price.
Myron K on Mar 17, 2017
Longer base than other sticks to hopefully better hold down items being ripped.
Bob at the beach on Mar 15, 2017
not good
Harold N on Mar 2, 2017
I use one of these and like it a lot. Feels like it keeps my hand safe going by saw blade. I bought some for my sons while they were on sale.
Gregory L on Feb 14, 2017
I like how this works.
Ronald B on Jan 30, 2017
slender design
Julian C on Jan 28, 2017
Raymond M B on Jan 27, 2017
Wanted to add this to my shop safety items.
Leo T on Jan 14, 2017
nanhammer on Jan 10, 2017
Marc W on Jan 10, 2017
Steven G on Oct 27, 2016
To more safely use my table saw.
Larry D on Oct 10, 2016
for safety
Paul on Oct 9, 2016
I have a standard "in-line" push block that works well but blocks the view of the saw blade and the work piece when cutting thin pieces. This offset push block seems to address that issue.
Jorge S on Aug 20, 2016
great safety item to carry in apron at all times
J C on Aug 10, 2016
I use this every day. It's thin enough to push through woods on most of my table saw cuts.
David L on Jul 13, 2016
Dianne K on Jun 1, 2016
john s on Apr 26, 2016
Looks like it will be safer for narrow cuts. Also, it is made in the USA.
William D on Mar 20, 2016
Looked like good safety device for narrow cuts
DENNIS J on Feb 21, 2016
David H on Feb 7, 2016
to save my fingers!
DAVID W on Jan 16, 2016
Safety tool.
Kathy D on Dec 16, 2015
alan c on Nov 28, 2015
Basic table saw safety
Karen N on Oct 28, 2015
Safety, I saw a lot of smaller toy items and need to keep hands away from blade
L F on Aug 28, 2015
Safety first, I love my fingers.
Jose C on Aug 5, 2015
This is surprisingly useful, a great safety item
rick P on Aug 1, 2015
for safety on table saw
Paul B on Jun 23, 2015
This is a safer option for narrow pieces on the table saw
Tim M on Oct 3, 2018
M L on Sep 30, 2018
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.
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.