|Item Weight||4.85 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.5 x 14 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||014710R|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
Stanley 10 Removable Bin Compartment Deep Professional Organizer
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Organizer. Crystal clear lid for easy location of the needed small parts. Lid design locks all compartments in place and does not allow movement from one compartment to another. Removable cup compartments in different sizes.
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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 has been pointed out, these are really high quality, stack well, and while you can't adjust them the way you can the other kinds of parts holders with the dividers, they hold the pieces better without them eventually working their way into the other compartments, the removable bins make working on projects a lot easier - grab the bin you want, dump it out if you have to, or root around in it looking for the specific piece you need (in my case it might be a specific color).
Having tried ones with the dividers, I can say that, for me, these are much better.
EDIT 8/21/2014: I'm back for more. I'm completely resorting my LEGO collection and buying more of these (and the smaller 25 bin ones) - after all these years, I still think these are the best way of sorting and storing LEGO.