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Husky 52 in. 10-Drawer Clear View Mobile Workbench with LED lighting and Solid Wood Top, Black


52 in. 10-Drawer Clear View Mobile Workbench with LED lighting and Solid Wood Top, Black

  • Padded drawer liners protect valuable tools
  • 5 in. casters support up to 500 lbs.
  • 16,732 cu. in. tool storage space
$399.00 /each

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Tool chest width in inches.
Tool chest height in inches.
Tool chest depth in inches.
Tool chest weight in pounds.
Tool chest has worktop.
Tool chest drawers have ball bearing slides.
Tool chest is heavy duty grade.
Tool chest steel gauge thickness.
Tool chest drawer slide weight rating.
Tool chest number of wheels.

The Husky 52.25 in. 10-Drawer Mobile Work Center provides a variety of options for your tool storage needs. The solid rubber wood top makes a beautiful and durable work surface area. Premium quality made from high grade all welded steel construction and finished with tough industrial powder coat paint. The large 5 in. x 2 in. casters and steel tubular side handle allow ease in moving this versatile workbench.

  • Clear cantilever drawer fronts provide visibility to contents
  • LED-lit, tempered glass drawers virtually eliminates searching and enhances drawer visibility
  • All-welded heavy duty steel construction
  • Full extension 75 lb. rated ball bearing drawer slides
  • Single keyed lock secures all drawers
  • Made in the USA

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52 in. 10-Drawer Clear View Mobile Workbench with LED lighting and Solid Wood Top, Black is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 80.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disaster These tool boxes look pretty good if you don't look to close. I purchased 3 of them and waited anxiously for the delivery. As the truck driver unloaded them you could see the damage to the packaging. We removed the packing and all three boxes were damaged in transit. On close inspection we could really see how cheaply these boxes were made. They were made from very thin metal. The led lit drawers distract you from looking at the quality of the tool box. You go, Oh cool, led lights, and you just got snookered. I would not recommend this box to anyone. This toolbox should not be called Husky, maybe Fluffsky would be more appropriate.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Useful design concept, but low quality. This is a tough one. I really like the functionality of the glass drawers, and the size/volume of the unit. However, the product quality is not very good. There are also a few design flaws. I did get it for a really good sale price (two fifty), but would rather have paid normal price for a better quality version. A couple things not apparent/correct from the page info… ~ The photo on the web page shows a lighted switch, but it has a non-lighted switch. ~ The handle and caster wheels can be put on either end (manual doesn't mention it). ~ The glass on the large drawers stay on the drawers, they don’t lift up like the shorter drawers. First, it’s packaged poorly. This resulted in multiple cosmetic issues. Chipped paint in multiple places, several edges bent/distorted, and the glass on one of the doors was out of track. The drawer handles did not have any plastic film on them, so they rubbed on the inside of the box during shipping, scuffing them up. Also, due to the way parts were stored in one of the bottom drawers, one of the drawer pads was damaged. Also, one of the pads missing, so only 9 drawers of the 10 have a pad. Quality wise, this unit is quite weak for what it is. Metal is too thin, bends and flexes far too easily. Structural reinforcements are missing or not sufficient, for example, the handle is bolted to the side sheet metal where there is no structural reinforcement, so handle easily flexes, twisting the entire side panel sheet metal. For the wheels, it came with two structural rails, however they only travel length wise and have a bend on only one side, so wheel frames still flex inward/outward when moving it around. In several places the powder coating is horrible, missing or so thin you see the metal. The plastic frames around the glass are weak and of a cheap plastic. Two of the drawers, the plastic is bowed and does not hold the glass correctly. It's like heat or something made the plastic change shape/stretch. Not a big issue, but the manual has what looks like hand drawings and been Xeroxed about a dozen times. It didn't mention the LED feature, but easy enough to realize to find the power port on the back of the unit and plug the included power adapter. The placement of the LED's leaves a lot to be desired. I’m surprised these are not along the sides of the drawers, which would provide much better visibility. Also, the power port for the LED power adapter is placed in one of the worst places. It’s on the back of the unit, sticking about 1.5 inches straight out the back, meaning the entire unit has to remain about 1-1.5 inches away from a wall else you will crush/break the connector, which is weak plastic and loose connecting to start with. A simple 90 degree plug on the power cord would help tremendously, however it would have been best if it was recessed, or on the bottom or something. A small issue, the cord on the power adapter is too short. It is just long enough to get the adapter above the wood top (3 ft max), limiting placement, many will need an extension cord when an outlet is only a foot or two away. Overall though, this unit is best used for light duty and where it remains stationary most of the time. The glass is good for usage, but is poor for security, so wouldn't recommend it for places where security is a concern. Now for the good. Like I said, the idea behind the unit is great. Glass drawer fronts is a great idea. On the shorter drawers, the glass is not attached to the drawer, so as you pull the drawer out, the glass lifts up, giving you drawers that have very low front edges which I like. I also like that the glass is glass, not plastic. So there is no distortion, easy to clean, and won’t fade or anything over time. It’s tempered glass, so is relatively strong (like car glass). The ball bearing drawer slides are super smooth even with loaded drawers. The LED concept is good and even in the poor location at the back of the drawers, they do provide benefit, they just could have been so much better if located on sides or front of drawers. The wood top is nice. It’s solid wood (not MDF) and both sides can be used. The wheels and the wheel frames are quite sturdy. It’s made in the USA. Not the best example of USA made products, but still always a plus. I got the unit for cheap. I’m going to keep it and make some modifications to make it better. I’m going to cut a piece of plywood that covers the entire bottom and put it between the unit and frame rails/wheels. This will strengthen it greatly by distributing the weight better across the bottom sheet metal. I’m also going to relocate the power port so the unit can sit flush against the wall. I’m also going to investigate moving the lights to different location, either towards the front of the drawers, or on their sides. I’m also going to see about structurally supporting the inside area where the handle is, or maybe adding a piece of plywood to the entire side and putting the handle on it (with longer bolts going through it and into the sheet metal threaded holes), then I can also mount hooks/brackets to the wood to hang items on the side.
Date published: 2014-06-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beautiful looking but poorly constructed Purchased the Mobile Work Center two weeks ago and, immediately, experienced problems with it. The major problem was the drawer roller assemblies are poorly contructed and fall apart. Now I have one drawer that I cannot use. Notified manufacture about problem and received a call from Husky telling me to sit tight and they would have a representative call me, to tell me, how it could be fixed No call yet! I like the Mobile Work Center because it fits my needs and would like to keep it, if at all possible. Disappointed with Home Depot for stocking this product and Husky for not standing behind their warranty. I'll spend my Father's Day empting the Mobile Work Center to take it back to Home Depot.
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent DIY mobile workbench This seems to be a cheaply made, low quality product, but suits my needs. I like the number of drawers, but the glass front seems gimmicky to me and the LEDs don't really light the drawer well and are completely useless when the drawer is open. I would have liked to see them side-mounted near the front of each drawer so they would still provide light inside the drawer when it is open. I had to adjust a few of the glass fronts, as they were installed askew and catching on the drawer above, preventing easy opening and closing. The plastic guides that hold them in place are extremely low quality and do not fit correctly. I had to modify them a bit to make the glass fit properly. The plug for the LEDs sticks straight out from the back of the cabinet on the lower left corner, preventing the unit from being pushed flat against a wall. I pulled out the connector and taped it in place on the back of the cabinet so it now hangs downward and allows me to push the cabinet closer to the wall. It now is out only about a quarter inch. I may pull the wire a little further so that the plug hangs below the unit, allowing me to push it all the way against the wall.
Date published: 2014-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My son picked it out for me It was a struggle for 2 people to load and unload this heavy item, only to find the holes to attach one wheel weren't lined up. My son and his buddy are handy so they were able to fix the problem without returning it yay, but there was no power adapter in the box so we could not figure out the lights as there are No instructions for this. The tiny hole for the adapter was un noticed. I called Home Depot-Camarillo Ca. and they were so nice and came out quickly to look at it and brought me the adapter. It works! Kudos to Home Depot, Husky needs to have better quality control.
Date published: 2014-10-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A bit cheap The sidewalls are not strong enough to support the handle while it's being moved. They flex under the weight of the loaded cabinet. The drawers do not work properly when loaded with tools. The lights are a nice feature but not terrible useful.
Date published: 2014-10-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value! This is a larger unit when compared to other Work Benches and is worth the price difference. The wood top is real wood, not particle board. I like the glass on the drawers and they seem very sturdy. I have loaded two drawers with power tools and they all fit easily and operate smooth. Would be nice if it had access for cords to pass through the back to charge my cordless tools. I will probably drill some holes through the back. Not sure I have any use for the lights. I set the casters up different than the instructions for better turning when rolling it. Great workbench for the price.
Date published: 2014-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent value for this workshop chest The chest is easy to assemble and excellent for tool storage. Although the steel is not especially heavy, it handles my drills, planes, etc. nicely. The clear drawer fronts are very nice since you don't need to worry about labeling the drawers. Although the interior lights are fun, they don't really have much practical use.
Date published: 2014-07-22
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