Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 206
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by svlkid I used mine for...
These are great bins
But I put too much in.
I cram the lid closed, it still locks in place
I shake my head, surprised look on my face.
It handles my stuff with relative ease
So of course I have more than one of these
I have one filled with cables and straps
Another’s overloaded with metal scraps
I don't know how it handles that weight
It's amazing what they accommodate
They’re easy to carry and easy to store
They consolidate your stuff
So that you can buy more!
December 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Charlie out last the rest
have purchase other brands the same size and this one will out last the other brands 2 to 1
May 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by woodyk Wonderful Containers, But.....
I use these for many things, they are the perfect size for me. But, they do not hold up to sunlight! I wish they were made in BLACK. I have some other brands that are black, and they last forever outside, but these are only good for a few months in the sun, then they start cracking. I have bought at least 20 of these in the past three years. They are a perfect fit to cover a Honda 2000 generator, by the way!
June 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Salk Marine uses as well, custom storrage.
My Sailboat came with very little storage, but by simply insetting the tote I was able to make a large flush mounted storage area under my galley seat.
First step was to cut a sheet of material (plywood, starboard etc) the same size as my galley seat, then I simply placed the roughneck container upside down on the plywood and traced the outer lip of the roughneck container.
(it's very important in the next step to only cut the plywood as you need the original seat intact)
I then used a jig saw to follow that tracing and cut out an opening for the tote in the plywood, do your best to keep the piece you cut out intact as it will serve as the new cover for the tote when done.
Next step was to cut a hole in the original fiberglass seat for the tote to drop into, BUT the hole has to be smaller than the first in order for the tote lip to have a place to rest on.
How much smaller you may ask, I decided to make the opening 20mm smaller, so using the hole in the plywood as a guide I marked a line on the original fiberglass seat 10mm smaller all the way around.
This made my tracing 20mm less long and 20mm less wide than the previous cut I made in the plywood, I then used my jig saw while wearing a dust mask and goggles to cut the new opening in the original fiberglass seat.
My final step was to cut off part of the lip of the tote, in order for it to sit flush when the cover is in place.
Now my pots and pans are out of the way till I'm ready to make a meal.
Ps. If you want you could add hinges and latches to the cover.
April 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Knuckledragger Not Sold at the Big Box Stores
For whatever poor reason, big blue and big orange have dropped this 14-gallon version. This one fits my shelves and storage plan. Good thing it's online or there'd have to be a new brand to look for.
June 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cookie2005 Great product
I love this size, I plan to buy a lot more of them.
May 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by koryhagler Great Containers, but need variety of colors
I really like the Roughneck containers, just wish you had a few more size and a lot more color choices.
May 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Storage1 Great Features
This product works for me. Easy to handle, stacks well, lasts a long time.
May 10, 2015