Mechanics tool chest now £99.00 @ SGS-Engineering. 5 star reviews and 10 year warranty
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Mechanics tool chest now £99.00 @ SGS-Engineering. 5 star reviews and 10 year warranty

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Found 21st Jun 2017
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8 drawers with super smooth roller bearing slidersUp and over door to access large space in the cabinetLocking bars and side handles on the top chestFour large casters for easy mobility around the workshopMaximum load per drawer 8kg
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deleted117705
Generic product, you will find it cheaper - just putting 'Mechanics 8 Drawer Tool Box' in Google found it £10 cheaper from ebay HERE also includes a tool tray and dividers in a variety of colours too, choose the 'large' size, and I'm sure it could be found cheaper, maybe in red though.
I have one in red and it was around £60



Edited by: "deleted117705" 21st Jun 2017
Not much different from this at Halfords:

halfords.com/wor…tre

Only £60 if you have, or know someone with, a tradecard.
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Generic product, you will find it cheaper - just putting 'Mechanics 8 … Generic product, you will find it cheaper - just putting 'Mechanics 8 Drawer Tool Box' in Google found it £10 cheaper from ebay HERE also includes a tool tray and dividers in a variety of colours too, choose the 'large' size, and I'm sure it could be found cheaper, maybe in red though.I have one in red and it was around £60



​Stupid comment, that's like saying all keyboards are the same, just buy the cheapest one. The quality can differ greatly.
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deleted117705
It is the same thing exactly.......oO did you even look at the link before posting your 'stupid' comment? Do you think that company actually makes them??? no they pay the maker to stick their badge on, just like many other companies do.

Edited by: "deleted117705" 21st Jun 2017
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SGS are particular about their generic stuff. I bought a couple of thing including a Brush Cutter, it looked just like the one I bought from Screwfix , which didn't last half a day. I bought one from SGS and its been going 2 seasons , there was a quality difference.
Or you just got unlucky with the screwfix one.
​Just cause it looks the same doesn't mean it is, design of products are often copied, doesnt mean the quality is the same. I did look at the link before I posted my comment and noticed the height and weight of those two products are different.
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mcbain

Or you just got unlucky with the screwfix one.



​I needed one asap, so I bought from Screwfix, knowing that they had bad reviews, waste of time, but Screwfix are good with return so figured no risk.
With the SGS one being so much lighter would you then assume that the generic ebay one was made of heavier steel? And probably, then, a better deal, as the biggest problem with these items is that they are often thin a flimsy.
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although it was very similar to Screwfix one , SGS one had several external visibal differences in the trigger system , nuts and bolts, better harness , so I assume the engine could have had differences. pros who use branded brush cutter, were commenting on how good it was.
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