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San Antonio, TX
Awesome Box for fishing tackle or just about anything that will fit. Epbosed craftsman logo that hold to style. Easy purchase through shop your way and price was minmal with points.
Sturdy enough for storing tools or emergency equipment in a car trunk or behind the seat in a pickup.It's not metal so won't rust is in a pickup bed.I would certainly recommend.
I bought this to house my 20pc ratcheting end wrenches, and it holds all 20 of them flawlessly. This box with my 108pc socket set (with its own case) makes the perfect tools and boxes on the go. The case also says MADE IN USA
It fits in the spare tire area. It holds a 3/8 breaker bar and appropriate size socket for lug nuts,crescent, and a set of torx and screw drivers. In one place. Stunning!
I bought the box thinking it was as large as I have now but about 8" shorter the largest box they have of this type is 22inches and the one I have is 25 1/2 but still a good tool storage box for a truck under the seat
Saint Louis, MO
This box is still big enough to wrenches, sockets, and screwdrivers and other misc things. While still being small enough to slide on the drivers side seat in my 2007 Silverado.
This box is great for mobile tool storage. I keep one in each vehicle, packed with essential tools. The latches snap together snug and firm, keeping everything safe inside. The hollow plastic construction helps to keep bangs and rattles down to a minimum when the box gets pushed around, compared to a metal box which tends to be extra noisy.
I got this tool box as a gift for my cousin and he loves it. It fits right in his trunk and holds all the smaller go to tools. The box it self is long but not too tall. I wouldn't go crazy with thinking it could hold all the tools.
Floral Park, NY
I've wanted one of these for a long time but never pulled the tringer fearing it was too small. Now, with a pick up truck and the only storage space being under the seat I can attest to the usefullness of this product. I bought both, the 17" and the 22" both on sale and they both serve their purpose. Hammer, long ratchet, magnetic pick up tool, pry bar etc.. in the large ones and screwdrivers and pliers in the small one.
Having first purchased these boxes, both the 17" and 20" around 30 years ago, even filled with wrenches and fairly heavy, they have outlasted many a portable metal toolbox in day to day useage; mainly because these don't rust. I just purchased two more 17" because they fit perfectly on each side and behind my truck seat and plastic, don't scratch anything, easily clean up, and having a flat top (handle folds down), they are low profile and take up little room. For the price, I cannot buy a decent storage bag as nice, that will last virtually forever, let alone as cheap for jumper cables, log chains, etc.
Strawberry Plains, TN
This small toolbox is great for storing tools and also can be used to store other small items that might be needed for emergency repair. I bought it when it was on sale and it is a good value.
I bought this to fit a storage compartment on the fishing boat for just a few common hand tools. Fit perfectly so I bought another for the other storage compartment, to store fuses and plugs in.