STANLEY manufactures hand tools and storage for professional residential builders and for those who demand pro-quality tools to build, make, repair, and demolish.
Solid. Tried and true. For those willing to get their hands dirty to raise the bar.
Trusted hand tools and storage since 1843
STANLEY socket and ratchet sets are built to deliver with a full lifetime warranty and a variety of SAE and Metric sets in chrome and black chrome finishes
Packed with all the essential tools to measure, cut and build STANLEY tool kits offer a variety of tool combinations to fit any project.
STANLEY toolboxes, tool bags, tool chests, cabinets, organizers, mobile units and other tool storage options keep tools, accessories and fasteners secure on the jobsite or at home.
STANLEY Organizers provide easy, professional storage organization and access to your small parts and accessories.
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Rely on STANLEY for utility knives, pocket knives, replacement blades, snap-off knives, safety knives and specialty knives.
STANLEY blades fit most standard utility knives and are available in a variety of styles, including hook, snap-off, single-edge, carpet, roofing, round-point and extra heavy-duty.
Durable and reliable, STANLEY wrecking tools and pry bars are available in a variety of sizes and styles to meet any job or project.
Sharp and precise, STANLEY Chisels are available individually and as sets with sizes ranging from 1/8th in. to 1-1/2 in.
Pick from wide selection of trusted laser levels and spirit levels, including I-beam, torpedo, and box beam levels, ranging from 24 inches to 72 inches.
This is a good and durable product to use for small parts and screws. I wouldn't recommend taking it to a job site tho. I suggest more tougher like Ridgid.
Dymo Labeler works for me as you can size to fit.
I know there are 25 compartments in a parts organizer. The question is how many of these organizers are packed in the manufacturer's case or box as they come? In other words, what is the best quantity to order them in to get a full box packed by the manufacturer?
Newer item, not the old triangular one
Stanley doesn't sell, but you can find 3D printable designs online, if you have access to, or know someone with a 3D printer. Some of the designs I've printed even have useful added features, like even smaller subdivided compartments for really tiny parts. I did a quick google search for "Stanley 014725 replacement bins" and found someone selling these 3D printed replacements on Etsy and their personal website, although their prices range from $10 for 4 small bins, up to an eye-watering $15 for a single XL bin. (Expensive, but kind of understandable, given the amount of work involved in made to order 3D printing.)
The lid does not come off completely. But it opens 180 degrees so you get full access to all compartments.
Both of the ones I purchased from Home Depot are the 16.7 x 13.3 x 2.15 size.
My biggest annoyance with products these days is labels and stickers. Don't bother with alcohol. It's not the right solvent. The glue is oil base. Use a petroleum solvent. WD-40 will work, but it's slow and slimey. USE LIGHTER FLUID! It dissolves the glue, and wipes clean. Alcohol would be used last, to remove any oil residue. You wont have an oil residue if you use lighter fluid. Light fluid wont harm the polycarbonate plastic lid, or the polyethylene case, at all. Gasoline would be the cheapest option, but is not pleasant, and not for indoors. Mineral spirits should work as well. Warming the sticker with a hair dryer first to remove it before using a solvent is the best first step. Pretty terrible they put a large gooey sticker on a case that's meant to be CLEAR. Hope this helps. I have a dozen of these, and warm air, peeling, followed by lighter fluid, got them 100% clean.
You have space for other stuff!