For the price they are okay. I bought like ten of them last month and can find a use for them if you think outside "the box" like for paperclips and other office items. Their use is a little limited in the garage, but might be better to get now and think about it later at this price. But also like everyone says, they are small and there are better quality ones out there like the triple pack that home depot just had.
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I got 20 last go round. They are not small, they are 8x8x1.75. You knew that before you bought them I hope. It's the perfect size for people who want a container this size. I used about 6 for fishing stuff. 4 for gun parts. And the rest for other fasteners and misc.
Got this last time it was up here on SD. Quite honestly, I was floored how much space this saved me. It turned a cluttered table top in the garage that had a large standing drawer unit into just a few stacked boxes that take up maybe 10% of the space. I highly suggest these to get organized.
Thanks for the help. I thought nails and screws would be the small things that I'd use this for. If it's even too small for those, then it sounds worthless to me as well.
Anyone who says they are too small for nails and screws are spatially challenged and should probably not have a driver's license. Seriously.
They are EASILY long enough for nails and screws. I mean, it isn't even a question. That person has zero clue what they are talking about.
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Surprised there are still some around. SD'ers hit this pretty hard last go round what with front page status.
The few non-moveable dividers are annoying. Useful and sturdy little box in any event. You could probably get better use of the space without the non-moveable bits, but not much more. If you can't make this thing work for screws and nails...pack it up and head to the group home. It's game over time.
Should amend that, no you will not be able to fit a 1lb box of deck screws in here. But basic odds and ends wood screws, all the stuff you really don't need large quantities of, you should have no issue.
In for 5, its ok that its small, because I'm asian.
That's what she said.
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I got the error in IE so I used Chrome. In Chrome I went to the home page and searched "stack on" and got a price of $1.78 with 4 available to SHIP (with shipping). I then used the URL from this thread and it gave me the $1.99 price. Added 20 to my cart to pick up at local store, and checked out. Thanks!
I tried ordering when it hit front page in Jan, order did not go through so i wanted to stop by and pick it up but forgot until last week and it was still available for $2. picked up 5, got organized on my computer parts... screws, jumpers, etc. few in garage for electrical parts, another for nails screws, etc. well constructed and made in USA!
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