Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 28
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chunai Great for Small Projects
I have used the previous model which had a tray that was the full length of the container and 2 lid-storage compartments and was bigger. This model is great for small to median projects and is more portable than the large trunk model. Good product if the toolbox models won't work for you.
April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Vak 24" pro mobile tool box
This is my 2nd tool box. The first one lasted about 4 years when the sliding handle would no longer secure itself, so you could no longer wheel the box. Next the carry handle broke. However it was a well used item and I liked it enough to purchase another one.
January 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BoldJustice Exactly What I needed!
Fit's the requirement to a Tee. Thank You Very Much!
November 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by waggdogg Best mobile tool box for consruction site.
This is my second tool box, i wore the first one out after 5 years on commercial job sites. Build strong, large wheels to go over rough ground. Handle on top to remove and put back in truck with ease. Storage in lid and can stand on this box with no problem. Strong handle and great price.
November 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gavtheboothguy Not impressed
I bought this as a replacement for my Stanley box that was stolen and assumed it would be identical! How sadly mistaken I was. The tip tray that holds screwdrivers, chisels etc was the full size of the box. On the new one it's not even half of that! It doesn't have the same robustness and has also shrunk from my original. Very disappointed as I loved my original one.
October 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by nickname Dimensions are not correct.
Dimensions are not correct.
I purchased this box to ship an item. The item is rather fragile and figured it would be better than a cardboard box. The dimensions that are on the website are misleading. The useable space at the bottom of the box is 10 ½ inches wide and 17 ½ long due to the wheels. My item will not fit and I will be returning the box.
To be fair the box itself does look well built.
May 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mykash Versatile and dueable
Several years ago my son bought me one of these as a gift. I do a lot of hobby work on vehicles and spend a fair amount of time shopping at salvage yards. At first I disliked that the bottom was so cavernous and there wasn't a good way to organize wrenches, sockets and other tools in it. With a little imagination I solved that issue. I put smaller tools that I use infrequently in 40 oz. peanut butter jars and laid the jars sideways on the bottom of the chest. The jars were taller than the wheels and I found 2 plastic Sterilite containers that are about the size of a cake pan would sit nicely on top of the peanut butter jars. I put a set of metric wrenches and sockets in one Sterilite container and a set of SAE wrenches and sockets in the other. I also put a ratchet, a few extensions, a small vice grips and a multi bit screwdriver in each container. There's enough room left between the axle and side of the tool box to put a small 1/4" drive tool set and a large pair of vice grips. It does get too heavy to lift when fully loaded, but when I've wheeled it to where I want it I can remove the top tray and one or two of the plastic containers and lift it into/out of my vehicle.
June 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Bad product
Nice for the average house wife to organize her tools she uses around the house and plenty of space inside for her power drill, some common screw drives, maybe a sowing kit and nicely designed to be wheeled around the house. This tool box is impractical for the jobsite. It has a nice design to fit nicely threw doors, although the plastic shell is not nearly as durable as wood or metal. And the top handle is not load barring so forget about carring it by the to handle like a regular tool box and if your tall this product will put a strain on your back from crouching over the drag it by the handle. This is a very poor design ergonomically and practically.
November 24, 2008