The Lifeline Spin Doctor workstand folds ﬂat into a good compact length, but the lack of a carry bag and the slightly wobbly nature of the V-shape footprint on uneven ground means this is one we’d rather keep for home use.
We were happy to see a workstand coming in under the £100 mark, but we did ﬁnd we had to make compromises for this low price related to ease of use and quality of components.
The quick-release style clamp adjustment was hard to get tight, and opening out the legs proved to be a tussle.
However, if you don’t need a stand that will sit on an uneven surface in a 24-hour race pit, and you can live with the faff factor of the clamp in exchange for the money-saving beneﬁts, then the Lifeline does the job.
|Description||Folded height 110cm Extended height 142cm Jaw Width - 66mm|
|Manufacturer's Description||Very easy to use and ideal for working comfortably on any part of the bike.|
|Features||Top quality stand for home and enthusiast use. long legs and wide base is stable and secure. Rubber coated quick release jaws are easy to use and clamps on either the top tube or seatpost. Manufactured by Elite. Approx. clamp height 4'10" - 5' fully extended|