Duratool Rolling Tool Organizer
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A 32” portable, multipurpose workshop that allows plenty of organization for tools and parts. Three detachable sections 6-3/4” deep toolbox includes parts tray and sawhorse groove Removable center drawers include separated trays for storing fasteners, driver bits, and other small parts 6” rubber wheels Telescopic handle for easy storage
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The drawers could stand to be a bit sturdier and the sections are not much help, they do not fit the tools you want to organise. I think that is unavoidable as tools vary so much in size and shape, maybe some kind of styrofoam would work?
But overall it is pretty good, and I am well satisfied.
S J Hodge.
Here is where I have to confess something that may make my review seem a bit less valid: I'm a makeup artist. I use this item as my kit for film work. Now that may sound not very rugged to people looking for a power tool box, but the bottom bin fits my compressor very nicely. My airbrushes and hoses are neatly organized and safe from being banged around. The drawer dividers can be re-arranged to fit all my brushes and pencils. The top is great for large palates.
I can load and unload these into my compact sedan trunk with ease. I only have one thing to roll on and off each set and I can work out of it without a separate table to organize everything. They are lockable to keep people from helping themselves when I'm on set. (It's expensive stuff.) They're pretty durable and can take bit of a beating. I really enjoy this item.
The only thing I would change is to make each piece of the set available for purchase. So, say if you wanted to stack 3 of the center drawers you could buy more of them, or if (like my old one) the top broke, you could replace just that one part.
I plan to buy a third one of these as my SFX organizer, if I can find one a nice low price.
The drawers are somewhat flimsy and tend to catch. The handle slides up and down like you would expect for a piece of rolling luggage, yet it never seems to 'positively' click well in any particular position. You certainly could not lift it by the handle or trust it with something valuable in it while rolling down stairs.
I don't know how long it will last as I have had mine for less than a month, but it is the moderate thickness plastic that tends to lose shape or distort fairly easily (possibly ABS??); it is not as rigid as polycarbonate or something composite.
But this fills a real niche and I like the fact that it is allows mobile and vertical storage of tools that otherwise might be difficult to stack or organize. I'm currently debating whether to purchase the 'metal' version for heavier shop tools. Something tells me the 'metal' one may not be all metal, but simply metal-clad plastic also.
While the concept is good, the product itself is poorly made and very flimsy. I don't expect to get long term use from it even as a home tool. It certainly wouldn't stand up to daily use by a tradesman or contractor.