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Stanley 020800R FatMax 4-in1 Mobile Work Station for Tools and Parts

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  • Patented tiered cantilever multi-level rolling system allows easy access to all 4 storage areas at the same time
  • Durable Structural Foam construction
  • Telescopic handle for easy maneuvering
  • Easy latch system includes a quick push to close feature
  • Large front latch that locks the entire unit
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 020800R
Item Weight22.1 pounds
Product Dimensions21.6 x 16.2 x 24.8 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model number020800R
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLIMITED LIFETIME
  
Additional Information
ASINB000V29B7K
Best Sellers Rank #49,931 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight22.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

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The Stanley 020800R FatMax Four-in-One Mobile Work Station offers versatility to professionals who need to stay organized when transporting tools and materials to and from jobsites. This mobile work station is a cantilever-style multilevel unit that allows for full access to all your tools. It comes equipped with a tool box, tray, organizer, and large bottom bin, making it ideal for plumbers, electricians, and repair professionals who regularly restock their storage units with tools and parts as they go from job to job.

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FatMax Four-in-One
Mobile Work Station
At a Glance:
  • Multilevel, cantilever-style work station provides full access to your tools
  • A simple pull-up motion of the front latch provides easy access to the tool box, tray, organizer, and large bottom bin
  • Heavy-duty wheels allow for easy maneuverability
  • Tool box lid includes integrated V-groove for work with lumber and pipes
  • Large front latch locks automatically when unit is pushed closed
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 The Stanley 020800R FatMax Four-in-One Mobile Work Station
A simple pull-up motion of the front latch opens the unit. View larger.
 The Stanley 020800R FatMax Four-in-One Mobile Work Station
The FatMax Mobile Work Station comes equipped with a tool box, tray, organizer, and large bottom bin. View larger.
Stores and Organizes Tools and Gear
The FatMax Mobile Work Station gives you plenty of options for storing your tools and gear. Its organizer with removable dividers can be arranged to accommodate small parts and hand tools.

Additionally, its bottom bin can store large, heavy items--such as power tools--with room to spare.

Converts to a Portable Work Station
Not only is the FatMax Mobile Work Station a convenient storage solution, but as its name implies, it's also a portable work station. Specifically, the top of the lid features a V-groove track that can help secure lumber, pipe, and other materials for easy sawing and cutting.

Easily Accessible Unit Goes Where You Go
The Mobile Work Station features a telescopic handle and heavy-duty wheels for easy maneuverability. For further convenience, a simple pull-up motion of the front latch opens the unit and provides easy access to its contents.

When the Mobile Work Station is pushed closed, a large front latch locks the unit automatically.

About Stanley
Proud of its reputation for excellence, Stanley is dedicated to continually testing, designing, and improving its products to ensure quality and maximum function. The company strives to maintain its standing as being the world's best--exactly what you expect from a name like Stanley.

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Stanley 020800R FatMax Four-in-One Mobile Work Station.



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When the Mobile Work Station is pushed closed, a large front latch locks the unit automatically. For further security, you have the option of adding a padlock to the unit.

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Customer Reviews

Seems to be very sturdy.
J. Boards
The spring that pushes out the pins which hold the tubes in place got stuck and one tube came out, breaking the plastic handle off the other tube.
zinc_o
I use this for my RC car tools, it holds everything perfectly.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Tim Moran on November 30, 2008
I have had two of these for about a year. I'm a site superintendent/lead carpenter. I love the organization but the plastic is cheap and when it's exposed to cold weather it cracks and breaks like peanut brittle. Both of the locks that hold the drawers shut have broken off. The frame is very light gauge and has dislodged itself many times requiring repair. The design is there I just wish Stanley would use quality plastic and real pneumatic wheels with a decent frame! Take a look at the Bosch gravity rise stands for table/chop saws Bosch TS2000 Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand. Those products are well worth the money. They are built like tanks. This toolbox is NOT. For $80 I want better quality.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Crowder on July 26, 2011
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I am an engineer in a plant and I thought this box would be a good addition to my work. Since I am constantly traveling around the plant working on equipment. I thought about a rolling tool cart box, but the cost was higher than I am willing to pay. When I found this box, I thought it would fit my work applications. Boy was the joke on me... Should have read all of the reviews a little more carefully before flushing down my hard earned $$$. I pride myself on having good tools and taking care of my tools, but this box needs a wet nurse not a mechanic to survive in a plant.

When I first got the box everyone gathered around for the WOW factor. Everyone wanted one. A week later, it is the joke of the shop...

First use - Walking handle pulled out.
Second use - Spent too much time trying to get it to unlock, open, close and lock when responding to crisis's.
Third use - Dang near destroyed it just trying to gently let it slide on it's wheels down stairs. Wheels/frame could not take it.
Fourth use - Can't open it at a job site due to no room to roll it back.
Fifth use - Took two of us to open it at job site due to rough terrain. Bent fragile metal frame doing so.
Sixth use - Dust collector and joke of the shop at my expense...

Pros -
* It holds a lot of stuff!
* It is my favorite color. (I always liked Johnny Cash!)

Cons -
* This thing is not made for real work.
* The pull out walking handle is too short. I have to stoop to pull the box. Not fun!
* The walking handle pulled all the way out on the first use--Cheep!
* The wheel/dolly system is wimpy! It didn't last long.
* Lock holes in latches and on bin are for cosmetics and worthless.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Huck on October 28, 2007
I'm a remodeling contractor in So. Cal., and I just picked up one of these at Lowes. I really love it. Maybe a little on the cheap side for rigorous daily jobsite use, but its really handy for keeping tools, fasteners, etc. organized on site (vs. laying around all over the place). Closes up into a tidy box for transport, and the opening system for access to all areas at the same time is awesome. Think I'll go get a second one today!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Victory Lane Girl on January 13, 2008
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I bought this rolling toolbox for my boyfriend as he travels with tools a lot. It is so neat now I want one! It has several compartments that can be used for different purposes and we love the wheels. The fact that it opens up to show all the compartments without having to pick up sections is nice too.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that I'm not sure about the durability of it. It is made of plastic and I'm not certain that over time with traveling it will hold up. Time will tell.
I'm off to order another - this one is for me!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Joel Keenan on December 15, 2012
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In theory, this is a great tool box.

Not in practice: the plastic is sufficiently flimsy that it can break in transit, as it did for me.

Worse, you'll find out when it's too late that YOU must pay for shipping to return it -- estimate $42 for that, which is what it cost me.

Do NOT buy this thing. Instead, get the Stanley Bostitch BTST 19802 Rolling Tool Box for $79. It's cheaper, sturdier and with a better design (same company, I know, but it's ok).

Now, I want you to learn from my sad story, and do not make the same mistake I made.

OK. Happy holidays.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rodolfo M. Jaminola on April 23, 2008
I will say that this is the best portable tool box I've ever had. It is portable but hold most of my frequently used tools. I now know where all my tools are. It is very mobile and just roll out of my garage and all the tools that i need are there. At this time, it's not even full yet. Worth the money for sure. Do your research, but due to it's mutiple function level system, the awkwardness of getting tools out is totally elimated........you'll end up back to this product
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dory DoryDory on November 7, 2011
I do Passion Parties and I used this to haul everything from my home to the parties and back.

The first night I used it, I loved it.

The second night I used it, something snapped in the handle but I could still use it, just the buttons to squeeze to put the handle up and down wouldn't work.

The third night I used it, the handle popped completely out of the tubes and the pins broke off.

I took it back to the home improvement store and they let me do an even exchange. I figured it was a fluke and the next one would be fine. After all, this was supposed to have been built to take abuse from contractors with heavy tools, and I was just hauling around catalogs and adult toys.

The second Fat Max broke even more quickly than the first one did, with the addition of the plastic that holds the telescoping tubes busted completely off and the metal tubes had nowhere to go except fall on the floor!

I was so disappointed, and I wanted this to work so badly.
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