In this video, contributing editor David Frane takes a closer look at DeWalt’s DWST11155 folding sawhorses. At $39 each they aren’t the least expensive saw horses out there, but they do have some well-thought out features. As a start, they’re extremely portable. A pair of horses can be clipped together and carried in tandem; legs lock in place so they don’t flop around during transport and there’s a flip-down handle built in. There’s a place to recess a 2x4 on each end of the saw horse – a feature that’s become more common on saw horses these days. It’s a nice feature because it locks 2x4 in place so you can lay large sheets across a set of two and the 2x won’t accidentally flip over on you. A v-groove down the center is a good place to nest pipe or dowel rod. You can also use clamps across much of the length of the sawhorse because of the squared rail design. A pair of these saw horses can hold 2000 lbs.