Sette ST-116 Wall Mount Workstand
The ST-116 Wall Mount Workstand features the same clamping head as the Sette ST-7 DLX work stand. This clamping head features: rotating clamp locking levers, adjustable rubber lined locking jaw that won't damage your frame, 360 degree rotating clamp and a sturdy tubular steel frame. Bolt this to your wall for ultimate stability, unmatched by an standard workstand. Mounting hardware not included.
It's not as sturdy as a ParkTool would, but can't complain for the price! Perfect for my road bike and XC bike, but my DH rig is hard on the plastic teeth.
This is great for maintaining your bike in the garage. I mounted mint to a pole instead of the wall using some U bolts. It makes working on my bike so much easier. Would recommend!
As long as you have a sturdy place to mount it, it can be useful. I think I would rather have had a regular stand but for the money it was worth it.
This a good buy in my opinion. I bought two of these and after a little adjustment to tighten the rotational parts I havent had a single issue. The clamp functions similar to a park tool pro stand with a cam feature and allows for fine tuning of the clamping force by turning the handle. Bikes feel solid when locked into the stand and can easily be worked on. Pros: Good clearance away from wall for pedals to rotate and wide mtb bars. Solid build. Does not damage carbon seatposts. Can be placed almost anywhere that you can throw a lag bolt or concrete anchor. Price at 50$ is impossible to beat for this quality. One handed operation. Cons: Locking teeth may need minor adjustment but its simple to do.
Great buy! Excellent repair stand for home use. Folding when not in use. Great buy for the price !
I bought this on sale ($50) to provide a supplemental workstand in the basement; I rigged it to mount to a lally column. The mechanism isn't bad for the price, but it does have some shortcomings: 1) There is no inherent height adjustability. 2) The rotary locking mechanism is detented, with toothed engangment rings. This makes it easier to lock into place, but not infinitely adjustable. 3) The cam on the primary (bike) clamp isn't extreme enough, and clamping generally requires a bit of fiddling to tighten sufficiently. Overall, it's decent for the price, and it does the trick.