STANLEY FATMAX DEEP PRO ORGANISER was £19.99 NOW £14.99 Screwfix Click&Collect
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STANLEY FATMAX DEEP PRO ORGANISER was £19.99 NOW £14.99 Screwfix Click&Collect

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Found 5th Sep 2017
Bought two the other week off ebay for £17.99 each and though that was a good deal.

Neat storage, stackable and lock on top of each other if needed as well. A good bit of kit for the price.

Looks like a few other retailers have dropped the price simultaneously:

Also on Amazon PRIME for £14.99

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The non-branded organisers such as this one are much better value, and perfectly good (remember this is just for storing things):

screwfix.com/p/2…60p

So: cold.
othen1 h, 9 m ago

The non-branded organisers such as this one are much better value, and …The non-branded organisers such as this one are much better value, and perfectly good (remember this is just for storing things):http://www.screwfix.com/p/20-compartment-organiser/7260pSo: cold.

I own these, the tops crack easily, all 3 are a pain in the ass to close at the best of times and the middle clip adds the the frustration. I would have taken then back but I paid £3 and £4 for the bigger ones.
GoNz0-12 m ago

I own these, the tops crack easily, all 3 are a pain in the ass to close …I own these, the tops crack easily, all 3 are a pain in the ass to close at the best of times and the middle clip adds the the frustration. I would have taken then back but I paid £3 and £4 for the bigger ones.


That is a good comment, first hand experience is always best.

I have some of the cheaper ones that I use for storing nuts, bolts, heat shrink, electrical connectors &c. I've used them for years, but I don't open them very often (certainly not daily, probably once or twice per month when I'm looking for an elusive fastener) so perhaps that is why they have not cracked. I suppose it might be worth buying the more expensive ones such as in this post if one used them more frequently, but £15 still sounds a lot for a plastic box (and like you I only paid about £3 for the cheaper ones some time ago).
othen38 m ago

That is a good comment, first hand experience is always best. I have some …That is a good comment, first hand experience is always best. I have some of the cheaper ones that I use for storing nuts, bolts, heat shrink, electrical connectors &c. I've used them for years, but I don't open them very often (certainly not daily, probably once or twice per month when I'm looking for an elusive fastener) so perhaps that is why they have not cracked. I suppose it might be worth buying the more expensive ones such as in this post if one used them more frequently, but £15 still sounds a lot for a plastic box (and like you I only paid about £3 for the cheaper ones some time ago).


Basically what I am using them for, stuffed with the various stainless screws and bolts + anchor bolts I bought over the past couple of years from screwfix, the one that cracked did so putting another on top not quite lining up, it was a warm day so I was rather miffed, understandable with cold cheap plastic but they had at the time discontinued that one. so a bit of gaffer tape fixed it
It's that damned middle clip that annoys me the most, I know it is there to stop the content falling out if you forget to close the 2 main clips but it never wants to let go without a fight!
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 5th Sep 2017
Does it fit Dewalt TSTAK series?
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Picked up my 2 today, plastic clips confirmed but still feels as solid as ever. Time will tell but I'm still happy!
Worth noting the one from amazon should have metal clips and waterproof seal - although it's gone up in price now unfortunately.

Maybe can put a price match in?

I didn't realise there were two versions, so will get the one with the metal clasps instead I think.
As for price, these are a fair bit, and you might want the shallow pro organiser as well, but should last for years. Worth paying £10-£20 more for something decent that's going to last, unless you need loads of them are just going to chuck them around. Building up quite a Stanley FatMax collection.
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