Great all-in-one tool chest & cabinet set. Ideal tool & supply storage for the homeowner. 5 ball bearing drawers plus top chest lid storage and large bulk storage behind cabinet bi-fold doors. Totally key lockable. The riser fits between the chest & cabinet to allow for staging or additional tool storage. All steel construction protected by a durable powder coat paint finish.
25 lb rated ball bearing drawer slides for smooth operation All steel construction with a tough powder coat paint finish Internal keyed locking system ensure your tools stay secure Includes riser for additional storage & staging area Lockable cabinet doors are perfect for larger tools and bulk items 3 in. x 1 in. swivel casters support up to 300lbs Dimensions: 26.4 in. W x 14 in. D x 52.8 in. H
I'm sure this is "junk" as pointed out. I have some half-decent Craftsman stuff for my real tools, but I still think these cheapys have a utility when properly assigned.
I just purchased THIS COMBO @ Walmart and plan to utilize it in my kitchen where functional light duty storage is all I ask (and I like the industrial look). The "free" 80 piece tools are, no doubt, junk also but I like having suicide throw aways around for odd jobs or to lend to neighbors - if they break or get trashed its no loss. At $70 bucks, I'm hoping this WalMart combo (like the OP's HDX unit) will serve my purposes - I think it will.
FYI, there are at least two other variations of tool storage combos at these prices @ WalMart. I can't tell exactly what the differences are, but all three are under a hundred bucks. If you like the look/functionality for a *LIGHT* DUTY use, I think these could be a deal for some.
Actually, it's not bad at all, but not at this price. It was previously at $99 regular price, then on sale for $50. http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1279937/
The bearing slides are smooth and the metal is average but fine for most diy home mechanics. It's about as good as a very similar Craftsman I got on an even older deal, but that one cost more and didn't have bearings.
HTuttle said: I'm sure this is "junk" as pointed out.
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