|Item Weight||12.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16.2 x 13.5 x 2.1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||014725R|
|Color||Black & Yellow|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Stanley 014725 25-Removable Compartment Professional Organizer
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High impact, break resistant Crystal Clear lid. Unique lid design keeps storage cups locked in place. Removable cup compartments in 3 different sizes. Extra wide handle designed for gloved hands. 2-.13 x 16-.25 x 13-.50. Length: 16.34. Width: 21.26. Height: 13.27 Amazon.com This Stanley Consumer professional organizer features Removable cup compartments in 3 different sizes, a unique lid design that locks all compartments in place and a built-in wide handle for easy and stable portability. It also has heavy-duty latches to ensure the lid will not flip open and a comfy-grip handle.
This Stanley Consumer professional organizer features Removable cup compartments in 3 different sizes, a unique lid design that locks all compartments in place and a built-in wide handle for easy and stable portability. It also has heavy-duty latches to ensure the lid will not flip open and a comfy-grip handle.See all Product description
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Comparing the Stanley 25 compartment with the Harbor Freight 20 compartment storage tray. They both stack together. The HF version has fewer but slightly taller compartments, the length and width of the compartments are common with the Stanley, but since the compartments are slightly taller they are not interchangeable with the Stanley. The plastic for the lid of the HF is not crystal clear like the Stanley and is more pliable. Much easier to see inside the Stanley. The HF lid opens only a fraction more than 90 degrees, and sometimes wants to close if bumped. The Stanley lid opens a few degrees more and stays open relatively well. When testing the ability of the storage trays to hold small parts, I placed a handful of #4 brads in a center compartment, closed and latched the lid, turned the tray upside down, and gave it about 10 seconds of vigorous shaking. The HF version had about 20 brads that escaped the bin, while the Stanley had 2 or 3. So for storing thin parts like washers, small nails, or brads the Stanley did much better at keeping parts in their bins. The HF version would be fine for screws, nuts, or large headed nails. The Stanley is about 1.5 to 2x the cost. The Stanley has a yellow handle which makes it easy to write on with a marker to label what's inside.
1. Slowly peel off the label. A lot of glue residue will remain on the case. Just make sure the plastic label itself is gone. Again, be slow and that shouldn't be a problem.
2. Get some "Goo Gone" or similar product. Pour a bit on the case, let it sit for a couple of minutes. The Goo Gone will dissolve the glue.
3. Wipe the surface with a rag. You should have no problem removing the glue.
Aside from the label, this is a great organizer:
- Solid construction.
- Flexible arrangement of the internal boxes.
- Available in two heights.
- Can stand vertically without your items falling off their respective beans.
A great product!
As you can see from the picture it holds each deck very well. You can carry this case as it was meant to, and even toss it around without the cards falling out of their bin because the lid has dimples which hold the bins in place as well as prevent the cards from falling out.
I wanted to go this route instead of juggling multiple deck boxes and/or having multiple cardboard boxes.
This organizer removes the stress of it all - want a deck? Pull out a bin and tip it into your hand. Done.
Want to put them all away? Chuck it in a closet. Moving? Chuck it in a truck. Keeps things safe and convenient.
The overall construction of the box is perfect balance of weight and ruggedness for this use. I'm not sure how it would hold up full of nails/screws/bolts - if I need to transport a full box of metal I'd probably want something more heavy duty, but for lightweight items it is perfect.
The latches snap tight, the lid is transparent and clear (other than the dimples), and the hinges seem okay for regular use with care.
Very satisfied for my uses.
I just had to knock off an entire star because of the giant STANLEY label that sits dead center on the clear plastic. Imagine you have several of these containers, each with different things in them. The STANLEY label obscures the contents of whatever is stored underneath it, so to see what's inside, you have to find a flat surface and to open up the container. If you don't use a flat surface you risk dumping your carefully organized contents out as you fumble around trying to peek inside. Or of course, you can just remove the label.
Removing the label is an exercise in frustration - it's like those purposely-impossible-to-remove stickers that parking enforcement puts on your car windshield. There is NO easy way to remove this STANLEY label. Even if you manage to slowly peel it off without shredding it, you are left with a sticky residue that so far has resisted nail polish remover and rubbing alcohol.
It's really a shame to have to be so picky about this well priced and extremely useful storage unit, but this label thing is an example of a unnecessary and poorly thought out design decision that ultimately brings down the entire usefulness of the product.
I have 3 of these. I got one and loved it so much I got 2 more. They fill up almost instantly with all of my bits and pieces. Chips, resistors, caps, transistors, other parts. There is also a larger size that I use to store small motors and servos.
I'm sure they'd be an excellent addition to any woodshop, as well, though I don't have many small parts around for my woodshop (I mostly only do furniture in that space).