|Item Weight||3.34 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.3 x 13 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||DWST17807|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Style||Flat Top Toolbox|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty||Manurfacturer limited lifetime warranty|
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|Item Dimensions||17.30 x 13.00 x 6.50 inches||21.75 x 14.37 x 16.12 inches||26.30 x 12.70 x 11.20 inches||10.00 x 3.13 x 12.50 inches||8.50 x 20.00 x 12.00 inches||18.90 x 14.96 x 6.89 inches|
The DEWALT DWST17807 TSTAK II flat top toolbox organizer offers new innovation in DEWALT storage options. This flexible platform allows different combinations; All units can stack on top of each other and are able to connect with durable side latches for easy carrying and safe stacking. The bi-material handle on top of each unit allows for easy and comfortable lifting and heavy-duty metal latches protect against rust.
Length 17.25" x Width 6.375" x Height 13"
Weight capacity of 66 lbs.
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Now the down side, the box structure is poorly designed and manufactured. The shelf under the bottom drawer is bowed upwards so that the bottom drawer drags on it. That is mentioned in some of the other reviews and you can see it in the DeWalt product photos. But worse than that is the supporting feet are positioned so that the lower shelf bows up even more so into the bottom drawer, more so with heavier loads in the toolbox. I would expect this to get worse as the plastic deforms over time. Note that this is not a problem when stacking the drawer box on top of other TSTAK boxes because the bottom feet are not in play (load goes through the sidewalls).
One way out of the bottom box support problem might be to purchase the roller base. I fixed this by custom fitting 4 wooden feet to my bottom box (painting them black) so that they support the box at the sidewalls.
Of lesser concern is that with the drawers more heavily loaded I am not sure whether or not they will bow downward over time.
I easily would have given 5 stars if not for the bowed lower shelf and the poorly located supporting feet. I almost gave 3 stars.
Do you read these reviews? Come on, get your act together. You have a fantastic reputation built up over the years. Don’t mess it up. Unfortunately once the downward slide to incompetence starts, mediocrity seems to be inevitable. I have many of your excellent products and until now look to DeWalt first before other brands. The two primary mistakes on this product:
1) How long have you sourced out molded parts? Can’t you by now manage your designs and suppliers so that you can mold a bottom shelf that is not excessively distorted?
2) First rule of structural design is to mind your load path. Shame on you. Who signed off on the drawing? You have set your side walls as the load carrying members, the drawers beam the loads nicely and added toolboxes seem to be supported okay. Then when you get to the bottom feet you drastically offset the load reaction points with insufficient moment carrying capability from the shelf. Sure, you would have had to rework your interlocking/interface features but you need to start with something that works structurally.
I'm also a hobby photographer and actually bought these cases as a storage and transport system for my cameras and equipment.
I originally wanted the Pelican 1510 (as I know it's reputation in the photography world)case to store and transport my cameras and accessories, and for more organized storage, at home. But, with the foam, ONE case was $151.00. And, that was the lowest price I could find.
Upon further research, I found This system from Dewalt. With 6 different cases to choose from and the ability to purchase pre-formed, pickable foam for inside, they made great sense for use with my equipment. AND they are stackable!
Here are the two cases I bought with most of my equipment now inside. I still have more to go through, and may need one more case, along with at least one more set of foam. But, here is what I liked... each of the boxes ranged in price from $14.99 to $29.99 each. And, the foam inserts are only $9.99 each. Far more affordable for me!
So... the TWO cases I have here cost $55.00, as opposed to $300+ if I had bought the Pelican.
I can afford to get a 3rd box, and more foam, and STILL be well under the price of one Pelican box!
I've posted pics of boxes open, and stacked (and, fastened together). My favorite one is the 'long handle' box: it has another section on top for all my batteries and chargers. (So, I can, hopefully, stop misplacing them)
I'll post an update at a later time once I've had a chance to really put these to use.
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I have my 20V DeWalt impact gun, Hammer drill, charger, 2 20v 4ah batteries and 2 20v 3ah batteries plus some dense foam in the storage area. I plan on customizing the case with the foam to "lock" the batteries in place. The top divided area has plenty of room for bits etc.
The product description is not correct. It describes a drawer unit. I reported it. As for longevity of the Tstak box's; time will tell.
These are excellent cases. Heavy duty and excellent quality. Each drawer locks and you just squeeze the lever behind each drawer handle to open it. You can label each drawer as well. Label blanks are provided but my writing is terrible so I did my labels on the computer/printer. The drawer slides are metal. Great quality. Heavy duty. Durable. Slide really easily.
There is good capacity for each level. Each drawer is about 1 3/4 inch deep.
You can snap together multiple cases in any configuration you want. Plus you can just bring the tools you need for a particular job so could snap the needed cases together and off you go. The case is plastic but is quite heavy so once you add tools it can be pretty heavy. I put two together so loaded with tools was enough weight.
Sus broches se ajustan con gran facilidad y al ser de metal son más resistentes que los broches de Makita que son de plástico (y que además se sueltan).
Su agarradera es muy cómoda y mucho más resistente que las de Bosch, Festool y Makita, aunque no supera el que incluye el Packout de Milwaukee.
El espacio de almacenamiento está bien diseñado, tanto en lo largo, ancho como en lo profundo. Sin problema me cupo un esmeril inalámbrico con su batería y cargador, considerando que además en la parte de arriba trae un organizador, el cual considero que está diseñado para pijas, taquetes, tuercas, etc., por su espacio cuadriculado. Quizá hubiera sido mejor que el organizador tuviera los separadores removibles y así podría guardar cosas más largas como mis electrodos, marcadores y punzones.
Muchos se casan con la idea de que si tu herramienta es DeWalt entonces debes comprar una caja DeWalt o si tu taladro es Bosch compres la caja Bosch... como si fuera sacrilegio guardar tu atornillador Milwaukee en una caja de otra marca.
Desde luego, se ve mejor cada herramienta con su respectiva caja, pero no sólo la vista importa sino también lo funcional. En este sentido, considero que si lo que buscas es tener varias cajas y así formar un sistema de almacenamiento, entonces escojas la marca de tus cajas con independencia de la marca de tus herramientas, ya que ahora las cajas son apilables y cabe decir que sólo son compatibles si son de la misma marca. Evidentemente no podrás apilar una caja DeWalt sobre una Makita y entonces de nada te sirve tener una caja de cada marca si no vas a poder apilarlas y transportarlas todas juntas.
Asimismo, hay que considerar que las cajas de almacenamiento muchas veces no son maquiladas por la empresa que fabrica las herramientas. Por ejemplo, está el caso de Makita y Festool que sus cajas son compatibles entre sí a pesar de ser "diferentes" marcas. Lo que sucede es que un tercero fabrica las cajas y puede hacerlo para distintas marcas, y en este caso la empresa Tanos al fabricar cajas para Makita y Festool obviamente las hace compatibles entre sí.
Así que mi recomendación es que consideres bien qué sistema de almacenamiento te gusta más y a partir de ahí compres las cajas que sean compatibles entre sí. Por lo pronto, esta caja DeWalt cumple con las expectativas y un sistema de organización con cajas de esta marca no te va a defraudar. Pero si ya comenzaste tu almacenamiento con otra marca, quizá sea más funcional que continúes con esa misma.
La tapa cuenta con un organizador excelente para taquetes, tornillos, brocas y todo lo esencial para trabajar.
Se siente bastante sólida, muy bien construida y no es estorbosa, sin lugar a duda volvería a comprarla.
En cuanto al precio es el mismo que en ML, yo compré en Amazon por la atención que es fantástica y también su resolución de problemas.
My only 'con' I guess would be the outside size of the unit (and therefore the space it takes up), versus the fairly small amount of storage it actually offers - it's pretty inefficient in that regard. For me the overall space this eats up vs it's storage capacity isn't a problem as it's only to keep things tidy in the garage on the bench, if space were at a premium I'd knock a star off.
The drawers both come with dividers inside giving 9 'cups' in each drawer which are good for storing all your screws and small parts (my use for this item). Not sure i'd buy it at full price, but for the $29 'sale' price it's a good, neat well built little storage solution that will suit my purpose perfectly :)
Edit: should have added, the drawer dividers are removable so there's a bit more versatility - I removed one in one drawer and used the larger cups for keeping screwdriver bit sets in their cases.
There is another handle you could use which prevents the tools from moving much when you lift the box but holding it from that handle causes the box to inevitably bump into your leg as you walk with it.
Great space for storage, hinges are installed well, stackable for versatility but carrying the box does come with some issues.
Currently ordering a second to contain all my mudding and painting stuff floating around the work van.