The 10 Best Mobile Power Tool Bases
We spent 26 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. Any serious workshop will have a sizable collection of heavy, expensive power tools. That's all well and good — until it's time to move them. These mobile bases attach to the bottoms of your most substantial equipment, allowing you to roll them with ease, thanks to their casters. While all the options on this list are relatively stable, take care to make sure nothing tips over when moving it. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best mobile power tool basis on Amazon.
February 28, 2019: A few of these models, including the HTC Adjustable HTC2000, come with their own rails, saving you from having to make your own out of hardwood or repurposed steel. The Woodstock D3757 earned high marks from us, but the levers aren't centered, so be careful you don't trip over them. If you plan on leaving your machine in the base at all times, the SawStop Industrial is a smart choice, as you can lower it to the floor so as not to put undue pressure on the casters or allow it roll away at an inopportune moment. Overall, though, you're unlikely to go too wrong with the Oasis Machinery MB800, as its stout frame will last for years, regardless of what you ask it to do.