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Bench DogĀ® Push-Loc

Item #
29964
Rating:
90% of 100
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.


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
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4.5 / 5.0
66 Reviews
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Pusher
I liked what I saw at the store, but once I got it home and tried it, I was even more impressed. The off set handle keeps your hand/fingers away from the blade. I like the holder it keeps the Push-Loc near my saw where it belongs.
April 14, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Holds wood pieces down securely while pushing through the saw.
February 16, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great!
Great product. Love it!
February 16, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Bench Dog® Push-Loc
For thin rips requiring a positive hold the Bench Dog is the choice. I especially like the holder that keeps it handy.
February 14, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Perfect for the small skinny parts
I must have a half dozen push sticks of all shapes and sizes. I bought this one because it is perfect for skinny pieces and with the handle offset it clears between my dust collection blade cover and the fence while pushing the part through. Not finding much use for the base so far though.
February 5, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
push-loc
I use one for my table saw, one for my jointer. Keeps your hands far away from the cutting blades. very good
February 3, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Safe-Stable
I like that your hands are far away from the blades. Goal is to go into the shop with ten - come out of the shop with ten. The offset handle is nice as is the slim profile. Great for jointing too.

Small, embedded super magnets would be nice to steady the holster on the table saw but easy enough to add.
February 2, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great push stick
Innovative offset design keeps your hand away from the saw blade.
The holder works OK, but the I use larger tape measures than the tray allows.

All in all a good tool.
February 1, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great push tool much better and safer than any other push tool/stick that I have used.
January 30, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great Addition
Great addition to my shop. Safety always counts. I use this a lot.
January 29, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Needed a safe way to do thin cuts
Freddie H on Mar 22, 2019
It appears to allow me to use the blade guard and still push through narrow stock.
Carlton H on Jan 31, 2019
Needed a safe way to do thin cuts
Freddie H on Mar 22, 2019
Better safety for ripping tasks
Lain Ayers A on Feb 18, 2019
It appears to allow me to use the blade guard and still push through narrow stock.
Carlton H on Jan 31, 2019
Good recommendations.
Ralph F on Jan 28, 2019
safety on ts
Richard S on Jan 27, 2019
Bought for protection.
Jusme on Jan 27, 2019
much safer than what I am currently using
Edward A on Jan 27, 2019
Need a thin push stick
Kenneth J on Jan 26, 2019
Just had 6 stitches and am going to have a number of solutions available when I make a cut... Where this won't work something else will. Plus a few other common sense steps on my part...
Rick R on Jan 26, 2019
The woodworking class I attend only has wooden bench dogs, and I would like to try these.
SHEILA R on Jan 26, 2019
I'v already had 8 stitches once, that's enough.
James C on Jan 24, 2019
old ones are worn out
Ralph W on Jan 23, 2019
Nice useful, safe tool...
Lance K on Jan 15, 2019
Save fingers
GARY S on Jan 14, 2019
On sale, the offset handle looks pretty useful.
Trevor H on Jan 14, 2019
Safety
David H on Jan 13, 2019
narrow shape and offset design
Eddie K on Jan 13, 2019
for safety reasons
Charles R on Jan 13, 2019
Offset, price.
John S on Jan 13, 2019
Safety for my fingers and against kickbacks.
Mike F on Jan 13, 2019
I like the idea of moving my hand further away from the blade, particularly when making thin cuts and the fact that you can use it horizontally is an added bonus.
Brett B on Jan 12, 2019
keep fingers away from blade
Philip F on Jan 12, 2019
Always need good push sticks. I have already lost three 3 finger tips. Don't need another accident.
D. Bruce A on Jan 12, 2019
Replacing tools lost in Camp Fire, Paradise California 11/8/2018
Lyle H on Jan 12, 2019
Safety
W I on Jan 12, 2019
On sale and just trying it.
John F on Jan 12, 2019
safety for saw users
Christopher B on Jan 5, 2019
I never get around to making my own jigs & do a lot of small work.
Francis P on Dec 20, 2018
Gift
Leslee A on Dec 14, 2018
I like the angled over handle.
Milo H on Nov 26, 2018
Great price and needed one.
Phillip Y on Oct 25, 2018
safety
ERNEST V on Oct 25, 2018
Safety and a present for Christmas, shopping early...
michael k on Oct 25, 2018
I like the Design of this Push Stick
Bob G on Oct 25, 2018
Fits on my TS fence
Terence W on Oct 22, 2018
Safety
Donald H on Oct 21, 2018
My old handmade push stick could be upgraded!
Debbie K on Oct 20, 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
Safety
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
Better safety for ripping tasks
Lain Ayers A on Feb 18, 2019
Good recommendations.
Ralph F on Jan 28, 2019
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.
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.