Model FPO20MBLK3

Internet #203407704

20 in. Wide 3-Drawer Portable Chest

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Product Overview

Fortress tool storage organizes and protects your tool collection. The more space you have for tools, the easier they are to organize. The more organized your tools, the less time you spend looking for them. The less time you spend looking for tools, the faster you finish your project.

  • Long-lasting all metal construction
  • Steel drawers with friction slides hold up to 25 lbs. each drawers 2 in. high each
  • Top tray opens for additional storage under the lid
  • Padlock eye enables security (padlock not included)
  • Comfort-grip top handle for portability
  • Full-width metal hinge pin secures lid
  • Watershed design protects contents from moisture




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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product. This is a great product and perfect from my needs. I only wish that there was a middle chest available in the same size. April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Covenient box dimensions makes good use of those small - hard to fit places. For the price this smaller toolbox fits the space & budget. It seems like I always have small spaces that act as clutter gathering places. This tool box (drawers and open top) is a solution for better space management. Shipping was fast and the quality is good. December 31, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Uses slider drawer rails instead of ball bearings This review is for the Fortress 3-Drawer tool chest. I previously purchased the Husky 3-drawer tool chest and now I have purchased this Fortress 3-drawer, both are nearly identical metal tool chest purchased from The Home Depot On-Line. Although the Fortress is built heavier and seems to be sturdier it uses slider drawer rails where the Husky uses bearings making the Fortress seem cheaper in comparison. Both brands have a locking mechanism which engages while the top lid is closed, keeping the three drawers locked closed as well while being carried, but the Husky has drawer "stays" which keep the drawers from opening if the tool box tilts while the top lid is open. Another feature that is better in the Husky it has an additional tray in the lid. In comparison, the Husky has several features that make it my favored tool chest/box and I would purchase it again before the Fortress brand of the same style. This is not to say the Fortress is cheap. As I mentioned the Fortress has a solid feel and is heavier. For the price I prefer the Husky. February 2, 2013
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