posted 48 years ago by
Star of the Week

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


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This is totally junk. Bought it and returned in a day. What hassel- you have been warned

I'm not surprised. All HDX-brand stuff, in my experience, is junk.

Stanley Rolling Tool Box Set, STMT72253 - Walmart.com
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.

I have the blue WalMart stanley tool box. It's decent to store my tools in, the sheet metal is very thin.

Actually, it's not bad at all, but not at this price. It was previously at $99 regular price, then on sale for $50.

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.

bought this last year when it was $50... not too bad...

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