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Stanley Rolling Mobile Work Centre 14.98 @ B&Q

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
to keep all yours small tools in one place so you won't loose them, seems like a good price for a nice box.

Width (mm): 255

Height (mm): 625

Length (mm): 445

Brand: Stanley

Colour: Black, Silver

Manuf part no: 1-93-968

Material: Plastic

Category: Toolboxes & Trollies
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* 2 in 1 - separates in seconds into 2 units
* Extra large toolbox with removable tote tray
* Giant lower bin ideal for bulky materials and equipment
* Swivel front drawer (carousel and lid organiser for small parts)
* Large 88lb load capacity
* Heavy duty road tested wheels
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#1
looked at this today, good vfm. voted hot.
#2
Voted Hot! :thumbsup:

There are others around that are inferior and cheaper but the Stanley rolling workshop is the one to get, I paid 50 quid for mine not that long ago so this is an absolute bargain at 20 quid..
#3
I bought this or its older model about 2 years ago from Focus for £25 I think, sturdy little ****** it be!

Ah just looking - mine also has a pouch type thing on the front bottom tier and the tray is yellow. The pouch comes in handy when it wants to store its babies whilst on the move.
#4
showing £14.98 this morning
#5
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2][COLOR=blue]Just ordered to collect in store for £14.98. Fantastic deal. I've just realised though that I'm not guaranteed to pay that price - it's the price in store on the day. I think I may just pay the £5 to have it delivered; at least I can get it for £19.98 which is still a brilliant deal imho.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
#6
I have this and would recommend it at that price. Lots of different compartments
#7
It's good.

Got mine from Aldi several years ago for a similar price.
#8
Reserved mine at £14.95 collect instore tomorrow - a right bargain and top quality. Top bargain - great spot, thanks
#9
Good deal. I've been looking at these for a while. Only problem is I dont seem to be able to order online for home delivery!
#10
col996s
It's good.

Got mine from Aldi several years ago for a similar price.


I have the same one from Aldi - I actually binned the bottom half in the end, never used it - the top tool box is so heavy with all the stuff in it that I'd never be able to use the bottom half connected to it. I tend to find I moving the box in and out of the car, from the shed across the garden, up stairs, etc - the wheels are a gimmick that just wouldn't get any use. However, the toolbox is great, sturdy and BIG.
#11
Great Deal. I was going to buy one about a year ago but it was made in Israel so I left it.

A good deal for anyone who isnt affected.
#12
msharif911
Great Deal. I was going to buy one about a year ago but it was made in Israel so I left it.

A good deal for anyone who isnt affected.


Yeah, right on. Down with the Zionists:whistling:.
#13
Very tempted, but do I really need this?!
#14
Affected by what?
#15
msharif911
Great Deal. I was going to buy one about a year ago but it was made in Israel so I left it.


Going by your choice of Avatar, I wouldn't have you down as someone with strong principles.

Just managed to reserve one at my local. My days of searching around the garage for tools may soon be over :thumbsup:
#16
Just bought 3 from Castle Vale (Erdington) store for £14.98 each.
Thats Fathers day sorted.
#17
Just bought 3 from Castle Vale (Erdington) store for £14.98 each

You have 3 fathers? Scary!
#18
W1zz
Going by your choice of Avatar, I wouldn't have you down as someone with strong principles.

Just managed to reserve one at my local. My days of searching around the garage for tools may soon be over :thumbsup:


If avatars are anything to go by, you spin round with your arms in the air all the time...

:-D
#19
Since when did taking a moral stance on the political views of a country and liking a fine piece of ass become mutually exclusive!
#20
Got one of these last time I was in B&Q -good price but not a brilliant toolbox.

The wheels are too small and close to the body making getting over uneven surfaces a pain.
The base is flimsy plastic and anything heavy resting on the inside distorts the plastic and makes refitting the upper toolbox awkward.

Not a complete waste of money but don't expect too much.

HnR added.
#21
davek
Got one of these last time I was in B&Q -good price but not a brilliant toolbox.

The wheels are too small and close to the body making getting over uneven surfaces a pain.
The base is flimsy plastic and anything heavy resting on the inside distorts the plastic and makes refitting the upper toolbox awkward.

Not a complete waste of money but don't expect too much.

HnR added.


Personally totally disagree - wheels are solid and I have all sorts shoved in the lower tier and its never distorted.
banned#22
dont be fooled by the title (19.98 down from 39.98)

B&Q page states "was £19.98"
#23
thanks for the heads up just reserve one for me and my mate.....nice find top product at a great price :-)
#24
#25
Very good tool boxes, I have had one for at least 10 years now, nothing broken and bags of room.

Alex.
banned#26
adamrwood;8760012

so? over a month old and deals can be re-posted. Strange but true. :thumbsup:
#27
Evz1974
Personally totally disagree - wheels are solid and I have all sorts shoved in the lower tier and its never distorted.


If you look at the picture you can see that the wheels are set quite a way from the corner of the box. This only gives the box half an inch ground clearance - not a lot for something that is supposed to designed to be mobile and be dragged around the home. It catches on the small bumps on the lawn, the uneven York stone flags, has to be lifted over the patio door frame - anything that is 1/2 an inch or more high! If the wheel axis was positioned nearer the corner it would give two inches of clearance and allow the box to be rolled over door frames, bumps etc.

I put my spanner roll, drill box, bits and cutters box and a large socket set in and it distorted the base. I have to lift the top section with one hand and push the base back to its proper position with the other whilst I lower the top on.

It's not a bad box, just could be a bit better designed without adding to production costs.
#28
its £14.98 without reserving, its been priced up incorrectly. just went in and bought one of the shelf.
#29
davek
If you look at the picture you can see that the wheels are set quite a way from the corner of the box. This only gives the box half an inch ground clearance - not a lot for something that is supposed to designed to be mobile and be dragged around the home. It catches on the small bumps on the lawn, the uneven York stone flags, has to be lifted over the patio door frame - anything that is 1/2 an inch or more high! If the wheel axis was positioned nearer the corner it would give two inches of clearance and allow the box to be rolled over door frames, bumps etc.

I put my spanner roll, drill box, bits and cutters box and a large socket set in and it distorted the base. I have to lift the top section with one hand and push the base back to its proper position with the other whilst I lower the top on.

It's not a bad box, just could be a bit better designed without adding to production costs.

Again - never had a single problem with mine and its got lump hammers and all sorts in the base. The wheels are not all terrain wheels granted but then I wasn't buying a 4x4 toolkit but they work fine for me - they roll, the unit rolls because of this and it gets from a to b with no hassle.
#30
For anyone intending to Reserve and Collect, remember you can get 31/2 % cashback.
I went via Topcashback but I expect Quidco and the others are doing similar.

I know its only 50p but "every little helps"!
#31
Purposely went into B & Q to buy 2 of these,but came away without buying.at the expense of seeming like Scrooge - these are very poor quality and never worth £14,98 let alone £19.98 in the first place.Very shoddy against the more robust Pro Mobile Tool Box priced at £39.98.You get what you pay for and they would have to pay me to take one away.Having said that,if you are an average DIY guy,then these cheapo's may be ideal.
#32
Delbert Grady
For anyone intending to Reserve and Collect, remember you can get 31/2 % cashback.
I went via Topcashback but I expect Quidco and the others are doing similar.

I know its only 50p but[COLOR="DarkOrchid"] "every little helps"[/COLOR]!


wrong store fail
#33
davek
If you look at the picture you can see that the wheels are set quite a way from the corner of the box. This only gives the box half an inch ground clearance - not a lot for something that is supposed to designed to be mobile and be dragged around the home. It catches on the small bumps on the lawn, the uneven York stone flags, has to be lifted over the patio door frame - anything that is 1/2 an inch or more high! If the wheel axis was positioned nearer the corner it would give two inches of clearance and allow the box to be rolled over door frames, bumps etc.

I put my spanner roll, drill box, bits and cutters box and a large socket set in and it distorted the base. I have to lift the top section with one hand and push the base back to its proper position with the other whilst I lower the top on.

It's not a bad box, just could be a bit better designed without adding to production costs.


I have to a agree with you on this one it’s an ok toolbox for storage but not very mobile, bottom flexes to much making it difficult to get the top on, wheels are rubbish and the handle for dragging it along is to short you end up hunched over when dragging it along. Been using it for the last three weeks for work now and have been using it strapped to a foldable trolley for transport. I am just going to use it left in van for storage now.
#34
Wardy2
I have to a agree with you on this one it’s an ok toolbox for storage but not very mobile, bottom flexes to much making it difficult to get the top on, wheels are rubbish and the handle for dragging it along is to short you end up hunched over when dragging it along. Been using it for the last three weeks for work now and have been using it strapped to a foldable trolley for transport. I am just going to use it left in van for storage now.


Glad you agree :thumbsup:

I didn't mention the handle that locks into place everytime you lift the top and then you have to put everything down to release it with both hands :x
#35
Ideal for the back of my van to hold the tools in and if i need to move them around when racing. Bolt compartments is handy for all the nuts and bolts i use on my quad, and it should help organise all my kit and make it easier to find stuff when in a rush!!
#36
i went to B&Q this morning to get this but the wheels are rubbish and not very mobile :?
#37
Picked mine up this morning. Not bad for £14.98.

Wheels are wheels. Round and made of plastic :?. Good enough to pull or roll the unit about if your unable to lift it.
#38
can they not be modified to put pram wheels on or something?

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