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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
80 Reviews
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Bench Dog Push-Loc
A handy table saw safety device, and I'm quite fond of safety devices! It parks right where you need it, and I like the offset handle.I might glue some rare earth magnets to it so it will stay in place.
November 19, 2019
Purchased
4 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Does a great job holding piece and keeping my fingers out of the way!
November 14, 2019
Purchased
4 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Push ahead
I mounted the holder right on my saw fence as a way to remind me to always use it. I nearly lost a thumb last year....my first saw injury in 30 years. Oh, I'm keeping my fingers!
November 4, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
bench dog
After reading different articles on table saws and push sticks. I found this easy to use.
September 17, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
I hate getting my hands anywhere near the saw blade. this works great.
Very Safe Push Tool
August 27, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Narrow Pusher a Must Have for Table Saw!
Solid and easy to use pusher. Holds part down nice and steady. Narrow enough to accommodate narrow cuts for my use and keep my fingers safe! The holding tray is ok and isnt really exciting and seems to be more in the way, than anything else. I do like that I can store pencils and maybe some bits or something in it, but it isnt anything special.
July 24, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Like the offset handle.
I like this tool.
July 20, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Great for narrow pieces
This push tool is really easy to use, making ripping narrow strips safer.
April 28, 2019
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Holds wood pieces down securely while pushing through the saw.
February 16, 2019
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
I am a bear on safety. I have push sticks and other devices. This is the first thing I have seen that is narrow and offset. I am seeing a use for repeat cuts of blanks for pens and inlay strips. The offset lets me see my work AND put my hand so it is not over the blade. Hope to try it shortly.
Malcolm K on Oct 30, 2019
Need for project
Bill on Oct 23, 2019
I am a bear on safety. I have push sticks and other devices. This is the first thing I have seen that is narrow and offset. I am seeing a use for repeat cuts of blanks for pens and inlay strips. The offset lets me see my work AND put my hand so it is not over the blade. Hope to try it shortly.
Malcolm K on Oct 30, 2019
I liked the tight profile and offset handle for vertical or horizontal use
Lee E on Oct 24, 2019
Need for project
Bill on Oct 23, 2019
Looks safer to use Table Saw.
M.O. on Oct 23, 2019
Great tool at a great price.
M C on Oct 20, 2019
Dog chewed up the one I had. Good price.
Carl O on Oct 19, 2019
want to safely use the table saw
Theodore A on Oct 18, 2019
Again... this was bought just to get above the MIN $$$ amount to get free shippping. I'll probably only use it on rare occatsions... or until it breaks, which by the look of it won't take very long. ;-P
Steiph Z on Oct 15, 2019
I like the offset feature
Cliff on Oct 14, 2019
safety
Brent on Oct 14, 2019
Nearly removed my thumb last year, and I found out that losing fingers would really stink, so......
Bobby Y on Oct 14, 2019
Have one works great. Great way to rip small pcs. Keeping your hand away from the blade
SALVATORE B on Oct 14, 2019
good deal lost old one
PHILLIP L on Oct 14, 2019
finger safety.
richard c on Oct 13, 2019
wanted over needed
Glenn H on Oct 13, 2019
Safety concern
Walter G on Oct 8, 2019
I like my fingers
Brad H on Oct 2, 2019
Looks like a good one to push down at the same time as pushing forward.
Molly C on Sep 28, 2019
Always good to have another safe option at the table saw.
Noah E on Sep 28, 2019
tried this style and liked it.
William M on Sep 27, 2019
Pure and simple....safety!!
Joyce T on Aug 16, 2019
Safety for small rips
Joshua L on Aug 2, 2019
working on small projects and will use for safety
Marty L on May 14, 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 liked the tight profile and offset handle for vertical or horizontal use
Lee E on Oct 24, 2019
Looks safer to use Table Saw.
M.O. on Oct 23, 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.
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.
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
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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