Stanley Fatmax Deep Pro Organiser £19.99 Buy 1 Get 1 Free (Works out to £9.99 each) @ Screwfix (C&C)
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Stanley Fatmax Deep Pro Organiser £19.99 Buy 1 Get 1 Free (Works out to £9.99 each) @ Screwfix (C&C)

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Refreshed 27th May (Posted 18th May)
Strong and durable professional organiser. With deep, removable and stackable compartments and secure latches.

Highly Durable Polycarbonate Lid
Clip Multiple Organisers Together
4 x Securing Latches

Cheapest I’ve seen recently was £13.49 for 1. But with this on the BOGOF deal works out for £9.99 each.

Offer valid instore (wherever stock is available).

I bought 2 from Screwfix Cleckheaton
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Oh, the hilarity that would ensue if I took anything to work with Fatmax written on it.

Regards,
Max
joyf45368 m ago

IT'S A PLASTIC BOX !!!!!!!!!!! well 2 actually for £20 !!!!!!!!!!!!!


But it’s a yellow and black “fat max”box.. made by Stanley
packard33 m ago

But it’s a yellow and black “fat max”box.. made by Stanley


Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p (thanks to Hotdeals). He says all he's done is used it for a few screws (getting worried about him)., but it's still just a so**ing plastic box. Emperor's new clothes spring to mind.#
I despair - men and their tools. If I paid that much for a plastic box to keep my sewing stuff in he'd go mad.
Edited by: "joyf4536" 18th May
joyf453654 m ago

Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p …Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p (thanks to Hotdeals). He says all he's done is used it for a few screws (getting worried about him)., but it's still just a so**ing plastic box. Emperor's new clothes spring to mind.#I despair - men and their tools. If I paid that much for a plastic box to keep my sewing stuff in he'd go mad.


We just can’t win. We fiddle with our tools and get told off. So we tinker with a box, and still get told off...
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IT'S A PLASTIC BOX !!!!!!!!!!! well 2 actually for £20 !!!!!!!!!!!!!
joyf45368 m ago

IT'S A PLASTIC BOX !!!!!!!!!!! well 2 actually for £20 !!!!!!!!!!!!!


But it’s a yellow and black “fat max”box.. made by Stanley
Been on offer for months, great quality bargain at this price
packard33 m ago

But it’s a yellow and black “fat max”box.. made by Stanley


Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p (thanks to Hotdeals). He says all he's done is used it for a few screws (getting worried about him)., but it's still just a so**ing plastic box. Emperor's new clothes spring to mind.#
I despair - men and their tools. If I paid that much for a plastic box to keep my sewing stuff in he'd go mad.
Edited by: "joyf4536" 18th May
I break a lot of boxes, DeWalt tough systems, really useful boxes etc etc.

These are fantastic. Not one has failed me yet (i have 6) this is a bargain buy for anyone who's interested.
Well made.boxes these .. had one for a few years to keep my screws in .. bargain at this price.... I really dont need any more ... Ohhhh hukd here we go again....
joyf453654 m ago

Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p …Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p (thanks to Hotdeals). He says all he's done is used it for a few screws (getting worried about him)., but it's still just a so**ing plastic box. Emperor's new clothes spring to mind.#I despair - men and their tools. If I paid that much for a plastic box to keep my sewing stuff in he'd go mad.


We just can’t win. We fiddle with our tools and get told off. So we tinker with a box, and still get told off...
Got these the last time this deal appeared on here. They are big sturdy fu*kers. Well worth the outlay. Heat
I wonder if these type of boxes will be on Dickinson's real deal or bargain hunt one day in the future..... like the wood boxes of yester year do today
Oh, the hilarity that would ensue if I took anything to work with Fatmax written on it.

Regards,
Max
Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who fall for that.
joyf453611 h, 16 m ago

Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p …Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p (thanks to Hotdeals). He says all he's done is used it for a few screws (getting worried about him)., but it's still just a so**ing plastic box. Emperor's new clothes spring to mind.#I despair - men and their tools. If I paid that much for a plastic box to keep my sewing stuff in he'd go mad.


Ladies and the amount they pay for their handbags....
Lol. Both sexes have their blind spots me thinks....
GBee1 h, 34 m ago

Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who …Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who fall for that.


Yep....but it's bloody annoying that you generally can't get something of this quality for much less money!

It looks like there's options....and maybe for home light use DIY they might be ok.... But from experience....being in a house with one of the cheaper boxes that decides to fall to pieces on you and proceeds to launch your screws (or whatever it is you have stored inside) across the floor... you'll look back and think...."ffs....why did I buy this cheaper one"

Especially if used for pipework fittings etc which can have fair bit more weight behind them.
If there was not so much cheap crap on the market there would be a lot less crap in the seas!
Whether a bargain or not, certianly over priced for just 1 box.
Just bought 4 of these for £80 on this deal they'd be under half that so out of general principle I've bought 4 more
Anyone saying its just a box then lol at the alternatives for carrying fittings etc in storage containers that are organised. It's a expensive exercise
They are very sturdy boxes that can take a lot of weight. Mine must have 10KG of screws in each one and they get lumped about and haven’t cracked or split like many of the cheap trade cases that sometimes come with screw sets. The compartments are also removable so you can take a tub of one certain screw to your work area rather than lumping the whole case up some ladders. The clips on the side of the box interlock with other boxes. Easily worth £10 each. If you’re buying boxes for 50p it’s a false economy because they won’t last 5 minutes and they’ll be going to landfill which isn’t very environmentally friendly, is it???
Edited by: "electrogear" 19th May
you guys must be comparing the old boxes. these new ones in particular are absolutely rubbish compared to what they used to be. latches are now plastic which are tough to operate (an impossible task if you have arthritis) and the lid hinges break very soon once you have the case filled. looks tougher than what it actually is
GBee19th May

Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who …Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who fall for that.


Oh yes because the world works by charging based on the cost of raw materials! Common guys this is worth £9.99 if it provides that or more value to you.

Good quality, durable and useful. Imho seems good value £10 but yes usual £20 would be to steep for me
Tempted to vote cold so people stop posting Stanley organiser deals. Please stop!!! I have close to 20 damn organisers now. 🔥
At this price it wouldn't get the ladbaby stamp of approval.
Mac Alllister ones are £3 in B&Q :-S
Amazing boxes screw organisers.

I’ve got 4 deep and 5 shallow. All full of stuff. Easily stackable and as long as the weight is manageable you can stack as many as you want and carry with 1 hand.

I even use them to stand on, they are by far the best organisers around.

Good find OP Thanx
beng16527 m ago

Mac Alllister ones are £3 in B&Q :-S


Not even close to the build quality of these.
joyf453618th May

Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p …Hubby got a plastic box from Screwfix like this but smaller, cost him 49p (thanks to Hotdeals). He says all he's done is used it for a few screws (getting worried about him)., but it's still just a so**ing plastic box. Emperor's new clothes spring to mind.#I despair - men and their tools. If I paid that much for a plastic box to keep my sewing stuff in he'd go mad.


Hahahahahaha, couldn't agree more!.

But to be fair, it's like women and their perfume, and/or women and their make-up, etc?.

Women can easily sink £100's into either/both and think nowt of it too!.

But if a man spends £70 on an electric razor, and/or £40 on an electric toothbrush, then ...

(Let's just say something along the lines of "Woe betide him" will quite literally be the LEAST of his worries from him woman?).

There's neither equality, and/or common sense when it comes to both Gender's spending power the way I see it ...
Will this clip on to the deWalt tstak system?
sul20th May

you guys must be comparing the old boxes. these new ones in particular are …you guys must be comparing the old boxes. these new ones in particular are absolutely rubbish compared to what they used to be. latches are now plastic which are tough to operate (an impossible task if you have arthritis) and the lid hinges break very soon once you have the case filled. looks tougher than what it actually is


I prefer the one's with metal catches.
GBee19th May

Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who …Cost less than £0.50p to make but want you to pay £19.95. Poor suckers who fall for that.


Wtf are you commenting on these for, you clearly have no need for these and I presume do not know which end of a screwdriver to hold and as for your second post about so much crap in the seas, the reason these are worth the money is they last. Buy once and buy right. Cases and toolboxes take serious punishment and the most annoying thing is a cheap ass case busting it's guts everywhere in the van last thing on a Friday.
healthandsafety10 m ago

I prefer the one's with metal catches.


Picture shows metal catches
LadBaby
JOHN_VINCENT10 h, 31 m ago

Picture shows metal catches


The picture may show metal catches,but the ones you will receive will be plastic catches,be warned!
£19.99 for x3@ Vicks or x1 for £9.99
irmesmail1 h, 47 m ago

£19.99 for x3@ Vicks or x1 for £9.99


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