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Halfords 3 Drawer Professional Tool Chest - £21.49 - Halfords/eBay (4 Drawer - £28.99)
Halfords 3 Drawer Professional Tool Chest - £21.49 - Halfords/eBay (4 Drawer - £28.99)

Halfords 3 Drawer Professional Tool Chest - £21.49 - Halfords/eBay (4 Drawer - £28.99)

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Halfords Professional 3 Drawer Metal Portable Tool Chest Extra Info

Load rating of 9kg per drawer
Drawers lock when lid is closed
Heavy duty comfort-grip handle
Designed and engineered for the DIY enthusiast
Size: 513mm (width) x 240mm (depth) x 320mm (height)

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would this be further reduced if I used a trade card?

anybody got one, what's the quality of the draws like ??

Halfords 6 Drawer Tool Chest Red 81kg Handle Lock Bar Cabinet Box Storage Garage for £50? I've ordered the 4 drawer one but may cancel & order the bigger one. Any1 know what the build quality is like?

I've got the 3 drawer one. Picked it last year from halfrauds for £13 I think when discounted. Decent quality but those prices are the maximum I would pay for them if I was after one. I hope it helps.

i got one, they are made of cheap thin metal, i paid about £12.50 and was seriously concerned about the flimsiness of build. i guess £10-£15 would be an OK price for this...
loading 9kg per drawer, yeah right LOL, max 3-4kg in my opinion, the drawers are also not very deep - see dimensions.

I have one similar to this - Halfords professional with 4 drawers, opening lid and side handles - and the quality seems ok to me. I've had it about six years. One of the drawer runners has broken in that time, but I think that was probably my fault for opening it and using it a shelf and overloading it. I'd happily but another, in fact I was looking for one to without an opening lit to go underneath mine to give more drawers.

slowcyclist

I have one similar to this - Halfords professional with 4 drawers, … I have one similar to this - Halfords professional with 4 drawers, opening lid and side handles - and the quality seems ok to me. I've had it about six years. One of the drawer runners has broken in that time, but I think that was probably my fault for opening it and using it a shelf and overloading it. I'd happily but another, in fact I was looking for one to without an opening lit to go underneath mine to give more drawers.


if yours is the Halfords professional then it should have the lifetime warranty , just take it back and show them its damaged and you will get another. like all Halfords professional range. i use the tools and ive had no problems the returning stuff.

"Halfords professional"

" Designed and engineered for the DIY enthusiast"

Make your mind up Halfords, can't be both !

will this be ok as a novelty lunch box for a mechanic?

lukemagee

would this be further reduced if I used a trade card?


Nope... Trade price is more expensive than this price, as it doesn't get the half price deal

This is always the case with these deals, it depends how good the trade price is on each particular item , but I often find with the Industrial tool boxes that the deals are slightly better than trade but also one part might be cheaper trade and the others off trade ...

Edited by: "IWANTBLUE" 14th Oct 2016

good prices - well found - ordered

picked one up, draws are small
has a couple of dents and paint is cracked
poor quality

suoer_cds

picked one up, draws are smallhas a couple of dents and paint is cracked … picked one up, draws are smallhas a couple of dents and paint is cracked poor quality



Take it back and get one that isn't damaged then...

I saw a lad today stacking them in a corner. He was literally chucking the boxes and they were making a hell of a noise when they landed!

I would never buy bulky things from them again!

Especially after watching them kick helmets like a football. A small number of staff ruin it for the rest of them.
Edited by: "jr007" 16th Oct 2016
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