Park Tool PCS-10

Exactly as with the two Feedback Sportstands, the cheaper version of the Park Tool implicates a few compromises in terms of comfort. In the case of the PCS-10 though, the compromises don’t affect handling or operating-comfort directly; the head is similar to our best in test Park Tool stand and is easy to operate. The main weakness lies in the assembly and dismantling of the stand. There are no guide-rails on the feet which is a common feature for 2-legged stands. On the PCS-10 these are freely suspended and lock into the connection via a button. The angle plate itself locks onto the main column via another button. The system is time-consuming and slightly frustrating especially when dismantling it. And the flimsy main column is even more frustrating. Therefore we wouldn’t recommend the PCS-10 for applications that require frequent assembly and disassembly. Still if you are looking for a stand to keep in your workshop most of the time and only have to fold it down from time to time this might the right choice. For this application, it scores highly with a stable and robust overall impression and the very comfortable and quick head.

  • Quick, outstandingly dosing head
  • Robust and rugged
  • Assembly/dismantling is frustrating
  • Rather heavy

Price: € 249.99
Weight: 7.70 kg
Additional features: good accessories sortment.

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