Stanley Rolling Mobile Work Centre Tool Chest £19.98 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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My dad got this after christmas for £35 so this must be a good deal.

4% quidco brings it down to £19.18

Also if you spend over £100 in B&Q this weekend there is another 20% discount.

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Stanley '4 in 1' Mobile Work Centre
The Stanley '4 in 1' Mobile Work Centre is a versatile storage solution, ideal to keep all your tools, fittings and small parts in one mobile unit. The lower section provides storage for bulky tools, while the top section has built-in organisers and a removable tote tray. It is made from a sturdy, durable plastic with metal latches for extra strength and large wheels for increased mobility in a wide range of environments. The two sections separate easily and the handle can be stored in the case when not in use.

Features & Benefits
■Large wheels allow mobility in a wide range of environments
■Lower section provides storage for bulky tools
■Top section includes built-in organisers and removable tool tray
■Sturdy plastic construction with metal latches for extra strength
■Pull up handle for easy mobility
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#1
Just ordered great price thanks.
#2
great price tempted ,
just seen on amazon at same price if no b and q near

Edited By: highland2010 on Apr 08, 2011 07:21: 1
#3
just read reviews on Amazon
temptation gone :D
#4
Same price on Amazon if you have vouchers to spend, or you're not near a B&Q.

Dreadful reviews though, lightweight, flimsy and unstable. I'm out.

Cheers
Simon
#5
Do they do different models of these, I had two when tesco had them on offer a couple of years ago, I have found them very strong and robust and not flimsy like the Amazon feedback. Or have they just downgraded them in manufacture,
#6
My dad has this one and it's very good. He can't fault it, everyone to theier own I guess.
#7
Have had two of these for a few years, be the earlier models with pull out drawers which have served
me well, just replaced them with two of the red tool chests from halfords which were advertised on here.
#8
I bought one of these last year and overall it has been fine. The weakest part of it seems to be the metal clasps hlding the two parts together, i don't think it would hold up too well to prolonged heavy work. I mainly use mine for my rc planes- handy to carry or wheel along to the field.
suspended#9
Looked at these in b and q last week and ended up not getting one as the build quality is terrible. I would reccomend only for very light use!
#10
These are what they are, I bought one from the last post made in here about them, it's great for me, it sits stationary in my garage where I work on my bikes, with loads of compartments for storing thing and quick easy access. I'm fully aware the rolling system is absolutely awful and if I ever had to transport this around it would shorten its life expectancy to about 2 weeks.

For 20 buff this is a great storage toolbox to sit in your shed etc, don't make the mistake of buying it for the Rollers because your gonna be disappointed.

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