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Makita 821549-5 Type 1 Makpac Connector Case £18.50 (Prime) £22.99 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Makita 821549-5 Type 1 Makpac Connector Case £18.50 (Prime) £22.99 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 12th Apr

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Looking good for under £20.

Item model number: 821549-5

The Makita MAKPAC connector case system is designed for professional use. The system consists of four cases varying in height. The cases can be stacked on top of each other and locked together with the locking latches. The interconnected cases take up less storage space and are easy to transport to and from the work site. You can select a moulded inlay to suit your machine then select a case size to suit your requirement.

Features:

Stackable for storage and easy transportation
Stacking cases with conecting clips, compatible with other makes of case systainer
Strong and collapsible handles
Four different sizes to choose from
Rounded grips make it easy to remove the individual cases
Measures 396mm x 296mm x 105mm
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Not a bad price, if you want more than one then there are cheaper options out there.
TonySquared12/04/2020 13:41

Not a bad price, if you want more than one then there are cheaper options …Not a bad price, if you want more than one then there are cheaper options out there.


What would you suggest?
Turner85512/04/2020 14:03

What would you suggest?



tools4trade.co.uk

Have a look round that site, lots of good priced Makita stuff and free delivery over £40.

Feel free to post any stuff you find on here.
Edited by: "TonySquared" 12th Apr
This one is VERY shallow, no? Also, these generally don't come with inserts so you need to budget for overpriced plastic or DIY one using ShadowFoam
The_Pope12/04/2020 14:10

This one is VERY shallow, no? Also, these generally don't come with …This one is VERY shallow, no? Also, these generally don't come with inserts so you need to budget for overpriced plastic or DIY one using ShadowFoam


Yes this is the most shallow but will take two 10.8v drills if that is the kind of kid you use. I have lots of Makita kit, if you look around you can find stuff relatively well priced. Inlays can be around £4.99.
I've got 3 spare one's this has just reminded I need to get rid of them
Cold! They should have called them MakPak.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 12th Apr
I've got a few of these of various sizes. Not my favorite tool box compared to some of the offerings by other tool brands, but they are OK for what they are.

One of my small ones (same one as this deal) holds my 3-peice 10.8V-stick drill/driver kit with accesories, there's a crudely cut 1" upholstery foam sheet on the floor that keeps everything in place.

While this is a good price for a single box, I would recommend buying them in multiple because they're much cheaper that way, and the whole point of the Makpac system is the capability to lock these boxes together.

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Flambo12/04/2020 17:23

I've got a few of these of various sizes. Not my favorite tool box …I've got a few of these of various sizes. Not my favorite tool box compared to some of the offerings by other tool brands, but they are OK for what they are.One of my small ones (same one as this deal) holds my 3-peice 10.8V-stick drill/driver kit with accesories, there's a crudely cut 1" upholstery foam sheet on the floor that keeps everything in place.While this is a good price for a single box, I would recommend buying them in multiple because they're much cheaper that way, and the whole point of the Makpac system is the capability to lock these boxes together.[Image]


Thank you for sharing this picture. Just cleaning the shed out and was looking for storage. Like half of the UK now.
Heat from me that’s just what I was looking for thank you for shar
I have bought in to the Makita system and for me by far the worst part are the Makpac cases they are really poor. Cheap plastic connectors means opening and closing cases and connecting them together is an absolute chore.

Do yourself a favour and get the compatible Metabo cases that fit together with the Makita cases and use the Makita inserts but are just a much nicer case.

Systainer cases fit together and this is a much better deal for me.

powertoolworld.co.uk/met…ase
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