Trojan sawhorse
Photo: Todd Huffman
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Instant Assembly

Each Trojan sawhorse has a pair of hinged, painted steel legs that bite into the sides of a scrap lumber rail; no fasteners needed. It gets our nod because it's utterly simple, yet amazingly strong—a pair made with 32-inch-long 2x4s will hold up to 6,000 pounds. Plus, when you're done, the legs fold tight enough to fit easily in a broom closet. 16 lb. plus lumber; 27 in. high (also available in 35 in.); $57; trojantools.com
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