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Rubbermaid 5E28 Deluxe Tool Tower Rack with Casters, Holds 40 Tools
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- Tool rack stores and organizes over 40 tools
- Front clips for quick side access
- Easy to assemble with no tools needed
- 4 casters (2 locking) for easy mobility
- Grid pattern on base keeps tools from sliding off
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|Dimensions||37 inches x 37 inches x 18 inches||23 inches x 23 inches x 6 inches||4 inches x 33 inches x 16 inches||27.9 inches x 35.9 inches x 9.4 inches|
|Item Package Weight||12 pounds||5.3 pounds||19.2 pounds||3.8 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Four casters (two locking) allow easy movement
For nearly 80 years, the Rubbermaid brand represents innovative, high-quality products that help simplify life. Today, Rubbermaid products can be found almost everywhere including mass retail, hardware and home center stores, warehouse clubs, supermarkets, drug stores, department stores and specialty stores. Newell Rubbermaid Inc. is committed to ensuring that the Rubbermaid brand continues to stand for durable, innovative products that help simplify the lives of people everyday.
Rubbermaid Deluxe Tool Tower
Hold up to 40 tools, with casters for mobility
This Rubbermaid Deluxe Tool Tower is ideal for long-handled garden tools. It can store up to 40 tools. It has a molded-in weed trimmer and electric cord holder. Casters make for simple mobility. Easy to assemble with no tools required, it will not rust, dent, rot or peel.
- Ideal for long-handled garden tools
- Stores up to 40 tools
- Casters for easy mobility
- Front clips and new curved tubing allows for head-down storage and additional stability
- Molded - in weed trimmer and electric cord holder
- Easy to assemble – no tools required
- Will not rust, dent, rot or peel
Store Your Long-Handled Tools Securely
The special curved tubing of the Deluxe Tool Tower holds long-handled tools securely. Whether you're storing rakes and brooms head-up or shovels and hoes head-down, tools stay in place while still being easy to put in or take out.
One Step for a Cleaner Garage
Save space and get your tools off the floor with the Rubbermaid Deluxe Tool Tower.
Get Organized with Rubbermaid Tool Towers
The basic Tool Tower holds up to 36 tools, with 15 long handle positions and an extension cord holder.
Corner Tool Tower
The Corner Tool Tower maximizes your garage floor space and holds up to 30 tools. It can also be anchored to the wall for additional stability.
Deluxe Tool Tower
The Deluxe Tool Tower holds up to 40 tools, and has casters (two locking) to move around your garage easily.
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Top Customer Reviews
NOTE;::: A rubber mallet or a piece if fairly heavy wood would help to tap the wheels into the holes when you are assembling it. You won't need any other tools to assemble the rest of it.
I have 22 tools in there now and room for more. It will be nice and sturdy if you put some heavy tools on the lower platform as I have. I also have it backed up to my garage corner wall, with the wheel locks engaged so it is extremely stable. I would not roll this cart around to much with a full rack of heavy tools in it. It's stable against the wall but a bit tipsy when I get it away from there. It does not stick out very far from the wall, plenty of room for my car.
I can't believe how nice and tidy my yard tool secton is now. Highly Recommended. PS:::CHECK OUT MY CUSTOMER IMAGE on product page. THANX
It is very stable and the wheels make it very easy to move around. Basically, we stuck everything with a long handle in it and still have holes left over. The only knock I have on the unit is that there is no positive locations for the ends of the tools on the base so many of them flop around a bit making it somewhat harder to keep things organized. But even that is nothing compared to having all these tools handy and tangle free.
I looked at several other similar units and Rubbermaid's is much stronger and more stable. A good deal for the money. I highly recommend it for anyone trying to corral a number of yard tools in a small place.
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There were a lot of details that I was not sure about when I purchased this unit. To high light these details I am attaching photos that I will be referencing in this review.
The rack arrived in a huge box which looked a bit intimidating when I first saw it, I was not sure if I will be to carry it all by myself. Photo 1 & 2 show the package next to a chair for size reference. It turned out to be rather light, as the rack itself only took a small part of the box. I had to take it out of the box to carry it down to the basement.
Photo 7 shows all the parts before I assembled them. It is best to assembled the rack first, and the flip it and add the coasters. This makes it easier to assembled it. I pounded on each leg (and coasters) with a mallet to make sure there is a good tight fit (Photo 8). Photo 12 and 13 show the lock mechanism for the legs between the two levels of the rack. The lock keeps the legs in the proper orientation for assembly.
One thing I could not tell from the photos was the mechanism for holding handles on the front and sides of the rack. Photo #9 and #10 give a good view of them. The U shaped holders are pretty loose and the oval shape holders need to have things inserted from the top. I expected the U-shaped holders to have a squeeze mechanism which some of my other broom holders have. And in order to insert handles from the top you need to have enough clearance above the rack, which was a problem for some longer tools.
Photo 11 shows the coasters. Notice that two of them have locks and two of them do not.Read more ›
I'm at a complete loss to understand how my experience with this product is so different than others, who seem to love it.
According to the product description, it "holds 40 tools" but I've only got about 20-25 items in it, none of them overly heavy, and the rack bottom has sagged so low in the middle it won't even roll along the floor any longer. The vertical risers have also bent. I looks as if I put an entire olympic free weight set into the rack, which I would EXPECT to distort it's shape so much. But, just like the product pictures, I've only put light-weight poles, rods, and tools in the rack.
See attached photo. Looks crowded, but most of the "tools" are plastic, wood or aluminum (i.e. light weight). Note the sag in the base, and the contortions in the vertical risers.
I hope this review helps at least one person avoid the frustration I've experienced with this 1-star product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to put together. Very sturdy - unlike previous ones that were flimsy and broke apart easily.Published 23 minutes ago by Valena Noguchi
My yard tools are in one place!!! Such a terrific idea and you can put this rack anywherePublished 5 days ago by Merry C. Carter
I was worried about paying so much for this "plastic" product, however, it has helped me to organize all of my brooms, rag mops, shovels, etc in a way I've been unable to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Debbie
I absolutely love this product. I was worried at first as it is made of a tough plastic and I thought it may not be strong enough to hold all that it does. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gardengirl