The word Toolbox can loosely used to describe a hole range of containers used to store tools and sometimes hardware. Starting at the low end and
easily going up to the over 1k price range
To me even Tool Bags can be used as tool boxes because that is what Katz uses them as.
(Check the price tag on that Occidental Leather Tool bag and on how many tools Gary keeps in there)
.....I still have the two Kennedy Tool Chests that I used when I started as a Tech at Douglas. Now I mostly use a smaller 3 Drawer tool box made by Keter that has ball bearing drawers.
My most used favorite is a small step stool toolbox that I can stand on, or sit on. ( I got mine at LOWE'S)
Good gravy, that is a fairly nice bag but it would be about like my other bags in a short time, that price alone would stop me. I have 3 or 4 different bags, the bucket and I really don't know how many different tool boxes I have from the huge Jobox to the regular tool boxes. I have yet to find the perfect tool box. Most of my working tool boxes were vans with all kind of compartments and drawers like Mike's truck with drawers. When I had 4X4s I pulled a custom made tool trailer with side doors, shelves and drawers, that was really the most efficient tool box I had.the Doctor bag by occi is amazing but the $550 price tag isnt
:laughing:Perfect toolbox? One that my wife and kids can never get into, always picks up my tools and puts them away when I'm done and always produces the tool I need, whatever it may be.
I guess I'm lucky....my wife knows how to use most of my tools and appreciates them as much as I do.Perfect toolbox? One that my wife and kids can never get into, always picks up my tools and puts them away when I'm done and always produces the tool I need, whatever it may be.