Husky

Model # HOTC4609B1QBD

Internet # 203859406

46 in. 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench with Solid Wood Top, Black

$298.00 /each
  • Includes a durable, solid wood top with protective coating
  • Full-width drawer to accommodate longer items
  • Versatile enough to use in the home, office, garage, or shop

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Model # HOTC4609B1QBD

Internet # 203859406

The Husky 46 in. 9-Drawer Mobile Work Center provides a variety of options for your tool storage needs. The solid wood top makes both a stylish and durable work surface area. The full-width drawer is designed to accommodate the longer items that most toolboxes cannot. The large, aluminum drawer pulls are protected by end caps for safety and recess flush into the cabinet. The 2 bottom drawers are extra deep for storing heavier, bulk storage items and they are supported by a double set of 50 lbs. rated ball bearing slides. The large, 5 in. x 2 in. casters and steel tubular side handle allow for ease and convenience in moving this versatile workbench.

  • Mobile workbench drawer dimensions
    cabinet:
    1 top full-width drawer 41.7 in. W x 15.9 in. D x 3.6 in. H
    4-drawers 19.7 in. W x 15.9 in. D x 2.58 in. H
    3rd row of drawers 19.7 in. W x 15.9 in. D x 3.64 in. H
    bottom drawer 19.7 in. W x 15.9 in. D x 9 in. H
  • Full extension 75 lbs. rated ball bearing drawer slides on the top drawer and 50 lbs. rated ball bearing drawer slides on the other drawers allow for up to 575 lbs. of storage
  • Steel construction with an industrial powder-coated finish
  • Solid parawood top with protective coating
  • Sturdy, tubular, steel side handles
  • Heavy-duty, 5 in. x 2 in. casters (2 swivel with brake plus 2 rigid)
  • Keyed internal locking to secure your tools
  • 14,357 cu. in. tool storage capacity
  • Packaged dimensions (approximate): 49.6 in. W x 21.6 in. D x 33.4 in. H and weighs 170 lbs.
  • Assembled dimensions with 3.25 in. W handles and casters (approximate): 49.5 in. W x 18.2 in. D x 37 in. H and weighs 150 lbs.
  • Pair with the Husky 46 in. steel pegboard back wall for even more tool storage and organization options (Husky 46 in. pegboard model D6TC9001 sold separately)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
18.20 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
37.00 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
49.25 in 
Details
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Cabinet storage 
Yes 
Color Family 
Black 
Drawer storage 
Yes 
Features 
Wheels 
Frame Material 
Steel 
Material 
Steel 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tool Storage Product Type 
Workbench 
Tools Product Type 
Tool Storage 
Top Material 
Wood 
Weight Capacity (lb.) 
575 

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Brand: Husky
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Color Family: Black
Material: Steel
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Where are the keys packed in the unit/box?

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Jackson, MS
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painesville ohio
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April 13, 2014
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mine were in the top of box as you open it
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Elk River, MN, USA
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March 25, 2014
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On mine the keys were in the packet with the assembly instructions
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February 25, 2014
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They are taped inside the top drawer
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Scottsdale, AZ, USA
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February 18, 2014
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Keys are secured inside one of the drawers
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Tennessee
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February 18, 2014
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If you have the unit, the keys should be in a small plastic bag in the hardware box.
That is the box with rollers and handles and bolts in it.
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St. Paul Minn.
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February 8, 2014
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mine were in drawer.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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January 29, 2014
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The keys are supposed to be packed in the top drawer with a long paper tag sticking out of the drawer to help you locate them. If you don't see it, they may not have been sent with the unit.
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California
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January 28, 2014
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The keys were attached to the instruction sheet that could be found in the drawer.
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Aromas, CA, USA
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January 23, 2014
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I believe my keys were fastened in the top drawer.
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Buffalo, NY
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January 10, 2014
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Mine were in a cardboard envelope the size of a pack of matches, inside a small zip lock bag and taped the to plastic covering the wooden top of the unit.
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Fairfield, CA
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January 10, 2014
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They should be in a plastic bag taped to the top of the plastic covering used for packaging. Mine were visible right when I opened the box.
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How heavy is this to lift?

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I am a single middle-aged woman and I must get this down basement stairs to assemble and use there. Will this be a problem for a reasonably fit woman to handle by herself?
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elgin, il
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July 13, 2015
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from manual weight is 149.6 pounds, shipping weight could be 20 or more
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Levittown, PA
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You will definitely need help getting it in the basement as it is very heavy. Can not get it down the stairs by yourself.
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Oak Park, CA 91377, USA
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Yes it will be a problem you will need help down the stairs.
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Scottsdale, AZ, USA
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February 18, 2014
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If even if you are super-fit you will need another person to help you carry, slide or truck the box downstairs.
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Tennessee
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February 18, 2014
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Yes.
This unit is bulky and hard to handle on stairs.
You need a helper to get it down stairs.
If it is still in the box, it will slide easier but if you have opened the box,
get some cardboard or use some type of slider material to let it slide
better.
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February 18, 2014
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You will REQUIRE the assistance of at least two burly persons to lug this tool chest down those steps..it is a very heavy tool chest. Tip...I ALWAYS checks specks /shipping weight when i order anything, so i can prepare...and ALWAYS have tip and a huge appreciative smile ready! Or chances are, your FIRST step delivery will be exactly that.
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February 8, 2014
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quite heavy took two men to carry into house. over 100 pounds I'm sure.
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California, USA
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You should definitively get someone to help you. The box is bulky and somewhat heavy, not to be lifted or carried by a single person. You can assemble it on your own, but you wont have a good time carring it into your basement on your own. The box may end up carrying you downstairs instead.
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Aromas, CA, USA
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January 23, 2014
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Even empty, I would suggest two persons to lift.
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Buffalo, NY
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January 9, 2014
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I moved it still boxed to my basement strapped to a two wheel cart and it was a slow go for a medium size older guy...it's heavy so be sure to clear the path...
Cart - 1 able person, Carry - 2 people
(Comes assembled so best to use a SUV or truck for pick-up at the store.)
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Orange, Ca.
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January 6, 2014
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Hi Toollady, this item is mostly assembled. The box is the bulky part and this item weights 161.9 pounds.
That's a lot for most people, especially going down stairs. I would recommend additional help with this item.
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Can the handle be readily mounted onto the opposite side?

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Murfreesboro, TN, USA
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no
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Murfreesboro, TN, USA
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the mounting for handle is right side only.
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Yes,
I think you can. Also keep in mind you would need to reverse the caster wheels. Which is not a difficult task.
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Bemidji, MN
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The bolt holes for the handles are only pre-drilled on one side as in the picture. I don't see any reason why you could not drill 6 holes on the opposite side and mount the handle there if you wanted. If you wanted to do that, then you might also want to switch the wheels because the steering wheels are on the side of the handle.
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No , not without drilling holes in it , and you really don't want the handle on the other side . It's on the side with the swiveling casters so you can steer it .
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May 1, 2016
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No. Predrilled holes on one side only.
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Lincoln, NE
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April 30, 2016
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I don't think it can be moved to the other side without drilling holes.
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April 30, 2016
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(No). The unit only accommodates the handle on the right. To put the handle on the left, you would need to drill your own holes and put some kind of backing plate (the metal in that area is high-gauge). Doable, but definitely not designed for the handle to be on the opposite side.
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Avon Lake, OH
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There are threaded inserts in the cabinet for attaching the handle. Moving to the opposite end would require removing the top drawer, drilling holes at the required locations, and the securing with lock nut from the inside. Possible but would not recommend for the novice.
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IS THERE ASSEMBLY REQUIRED if shipped to my home?

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Woodinville, WA
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May 19, 2015
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Yes, you will have to install the casters and the handle, takes about 15 minutes.
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Tiverton, RI
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Not much, just attaching the handle and castors.
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Chicagoland
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April 28, 2015
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You have to bolt the wheels on. Easy to do. Remove the box, lay the styrofoam down, lay the chest on it's back. 4 bolts each wheel. Took me 15 minutes with an open-ended box wrench as it is a bit tight space. Stand it back up & roll it away.
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albuquerque nm
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yes....you will need to put on the wheels and the handles to pull / move the unit
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Prattville, Alabama
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Yes. The only part to assemble is the rolling wheels. Hardware is required.
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Lincoln, NE
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I bought mine at the local HD store. It came completely assembled except for bolting on the wheels. Took me about 20 minutes and I was ready to go.
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long island new york
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the only things to be installed is the handle and the wheels
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Yes,
Although it is quite minor/simple. The pull handle on the end of the unit, and the four (4) casters need to be bolted on. [ four bolts to each caster ]
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Yes, assembly is fairly simple and consists of attaching the 4 casters and the side handle.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 522 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great buy! We got the tool chest in a timely manner, it was delivered to our Home Depot. We went to pick it up, other than having a problem finding it, when they did find it the the guys went out of their way to help load it on our truck. We took it home and installed it in our horse barn. We just love it, it is better that a "real" desk. I put a picture of it on Face Book and got many good comments. We love our new desk. April 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Smoking Deal !!!! The Tool box cabinet came mostly assembled. All you have to do is bolt on the wheels and handle. The product even comes with a cheapy wrench. But use a real wrench for a professional installation, note it will be metric size bolts. I only gave 4 stars for quality due to the manufacture didn't paint the bottom very well and had spots missed. And the second one ordered looked like it was dragged along the ground and had scratches and a weld fix on one of the bolt holes. but no worries all this was on the bottom and not visible, and the bolt hole still worked. would still buy another at the super good deal I got this at. look for sales at Home Depot!!! February 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Comparable to tool chests at Sears with a much lower price. My second one. Chest was packed well. No dents or scratches. Very little assembly. Handle and wheels only. January 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AMAZING WORK BENCH I had plans to make a work bench for years but like many other things it never got done. My wife and I were in Home Depot and she saw me looking at the tool chest...the gears were turning! She asked if I would like it and I replied, "I will take 2". I took them home, put them back to back and ran metal bar stock down the bottom middle where the back casters would have gone. I drilled holes in the bar stock to match up with the caster holes and bolted the two units together.I put the remaining casters on the outsides to form a much larger roll around. I also added a hinged extension to one end that can be folded down or turned up when more work space is needed. I now have a great roll around work station with ample drawer space and a beautiful hardwood work surface! December 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by workbench The workbench wasEasy to assemble great organizer look good also May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase I've made in a long time! The workbench is heavy duty and the drawers slide smoothly. It moves around easily and is very nice looking. I love having all the tools in one place. Great product! May 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Product in store is 6" larger for the same price My local Home Depot carries the identical product, except it is 52" instead of 46". Same price. Better deal unless you have limited space. May 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent Value - but should have been made from a thicker steel Good value but should have been made from a thicker steel and if you are going to move it you def. need to re-secure the casters. Casters are attached to the thin floor. I attached some photos of the work to date but additional work is planned. The 8 drawer is made from a heavy gauge but have not seen that in person. I place 1/4" thick alum in the bottom, bolted that to the floor then secured casters to it. I also upgraded the casters. November 20, 2015
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