Stanley Pro Mobile Tool Chest £29.99 @ Screwfix
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Stanley Pro Mobile Tool Chest £29.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 30th Aug 2017
These were around £25 a couple of years back however like everything the price has been sneaking up

Cheapest elsewhere around £35 and others selling for more like £45-£50 and quoting over £60 as an RRP

So a good deal if your in need of one.

Plenty of stock as far as I can see
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After having used 4 of these at work (kitchen fitter) I'd have to say I'm not impressed. The quality is poor, the lids once locked into place still rattle about loose and the pull handles, after 6months of use, have a tendency to pull out of the box. Although their size may seem like a positive, you can easily fit masses of tools inside but once you do good luck carrying it.
If they were to be used just to store tools in a garage or shed then they would suit the purpose.

Voted hot as it's a competitive price.
Edited by: "Travis4" 30th Aug 2017
Travis43 h, 42 m ago

After having used 4 of these at work (kitchen fitter) I'd have to say I'm …After having used 4 of these at work (kitchen fitter) I'd have to say I'm not impressed. The quality is poor, the lids once locked into place still rattle about loose and the pull handles, after 6months of use, have a tendency to pull out of the box. Although their size may seem like a positive, you can easily fit masses of tools inside but once you do good luck carrying it.If they were to be used just to store tools in a garage or shed then they would suit the purpose.Voted hot as it's a competitive price.

I have to agree. I got 3 and all possess a fault. 2 within a year.
Agree with all the above. Sub-standard piece of kit....just not tough enough.

Threw mine away.
I guess it depends on how hard it's going to get worked. I've had my other one years but then it's only seen use as a decorating box. Ideal for than as you can stand on it to get up to coving.

I have a mate in the trade and he used to load his up with heavy tools and it did suffer.

Probably best for diy use or for putting on the van for the lesser used tools.
TJS2711822 h, 4 m ago

I guess it depends on how hard it's going to get worked. I've had my other …I guess it depends on how hard it's going to get worked. I've had my other one years but then it's only seen use as a decorating box. Ideal for than as you can stand on it to get up to coving. I have a mate in the trade and he used to load his up with heavy tools and it did suffer.Probably best for diy use or for putting on the van for the lesser used tools.

I think it best used as a workman coffee table or to saw wood on.
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Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 4th Sep 2017
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