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Craftsman 26" 3-Drawer Heavy-Duty Ball Bearing Middle Chest (Red/Black) for Shop Your Way Members EXPIRED

Corwin 26,379 October 27, 2013 at 06:31 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 10-28-2013 at 11:54 AM View Original Post
Sears has Craftsman 26" 3-Drawer Heavy-Duty Ball Bearing Middle Chest (Red/Black) for $68 - $10 off with promo code TOOLS10 = $58 with free store pickup. Code is valid for Shop Your Way members (free to join). Thanks Corwin76

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Edited October 27, 2013 at 09:05 AM by treyfer
You must be a SYW member and signed into your account to use this code. The code can only be used once per account.

Sears has the Craftsman 26" 3-Drawer Heavy-Duty Ball Bearing Middle Chest (Red/Black) for $57.99 (Reg. $161.99) when you apply the code TOOLS10. Additionally, anyone can use the code SAVE15 for $15 off tool orders over $75, so some may prefer to add a $7.01+ tool filler item and use that code instead. Pickup in-store or have it shipped free if you have SYWM. The 2-drawer version was on sale not too long ago for $74.99, along with the matching heavy-duty top and bottom on the FP, so this isn't too bad for those who already have the heavy-duty top and bottom (or are planning on getting them).Product Description

The new improved heavy-duty line delivers both tough durability and smooth operation with DynaGlide™ drawer performance. Each drawer holds up to a whopping 75 lbs. which allows you to store more tools!

This 3-Drawer middle tool chest creates space for more tools. More tools means you need more space, and this Craftsman 3-Drawer ball bearing middle chest will store your tools and actually save you space!
  • The Craftsman 3-Drawer Ball-Bearing Middle Chest gives you space to store your growing tool set
  • Gives you back your floor space by giving you 1,830 inches of additional space in one chest
  • Full-extension ball bearing drawers deliver strong, steady smooth DynaGlide™ drawer performance
  • Keep up to 75 pounds in each drawer
  • Overall dimensions: 26-1/2"W x 12"D x 12-1/4"H
  • Drawer dimensions:
  • One drawer measures 22-3/8" x 10-3/4" x 2"
  • Two drawers measure 22-3/8" x 10-3/4" x 3-1/8"
  • Uses reliable key lock system for top safety
  • Is available in black or red/black
  • Durable steel construction
  • Comes already assembled
  • Can fit snugly between specific Craftsman chests to save more space
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Good deal but i need the deeper ones..16 not 12
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DUDE YOU ARE AWESOME


i grabbed the bottom one for $65 earlier in the month
i grabbed the top one for $62 2 months ago (the older heavy duty ball bearing model - the one with the ball bearing label)

i've been wait on a good deal for a middle one. here it is. boom

i feel stupid for wasting my points on that hamilton beach blender and crockpot. i could have gotten this for just $40...however i just saw i had $4.06 in mystery points in my account. woohoo!
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Nice deal for additional storage. I have two stacked on a work bench and one on a steel shelf. If you are height challenged, it could make the upper drawers of a top chest difficult to use.
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Wow! What a great deal. I had ~$8 in rewards, but saw I had an extra $5 so I got it for ~$48 shipped and got over $10 back in rewards by applying some other coupon I had for SYWR members.
Thanks OP! This will hold my gearwrench ratcheting wrenches I got a couple of weeks ago.

Merchandise Subtotal $57.98
Shipping/Handling FREE
SYWR Redemption $13.36
Pre tax Subtotal $57.98
Tax$3.57
Total $48.19 +view details

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I have this, I paid $67 for a it a few weeks ago. Nice box, drawers are tall. Nevermind, mine is the 2 drawer, I believe it's the same height which is why the drawers are tall. I believe you can also stand a couple middle boxes on each other. They tend to be cheaper than top boxes and can keep you from having to replace a top box.
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Quote from aggrex View Post :
Nice deal for additional storage. I have two stacked on a work bench and one on a steel shelf. If you are height challenged, it could make the upper drawers of a top chest difficult to use.

i bought this last year to add to my craftsman tool box. i think i paid around the same price. very good for the price. if i could do it over, i would have bought one that is deeper. they fill up quick lol
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held up in order verification...wonderful. i can basically predict when this happens now. here is how to guarantee your order gets flagged:

- buy through a cash back website
- use a coupon code on an item that's already on sale
- use points + credit card combo payment


= held up in order verification


if this happens to you which it very well might, call 1-888-396-5299 and give them the order # and they will release it
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Quote from interpon View Post :
Good deal but i need the deeper ones..16 not 12
yup this 12" deep box stinks, why have a 16" deep bottom cabinet and give up 1/4 of the top cabinet storage with a shallow box.
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... If you are height challenged, it could make the upper drawers of a top chest difficult to use.
This! I have the 18-inch deep version of this in the middle of my Craftsman tool chest stack. I'm 6'3" and can't see into the top level of my top chest without using a step stool. shake head

The cheap Chinese knockoffs have really driven down the prices on tool chests. All 3 pieces of mine cost around $900 twenty years ago. EEK!
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Very nice filler to use the $15 off: http://www.sears.com/craftsman-10...D=11042411

Hmmm -- says it's adding to cart, but doesn't seem to be.

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DUDE YOU ARE AWESOME


i grabbed the bottom one for $65 earlier in the month
i grabbed the top one for $62 2 months ago (the older heavy duty ball bearing model - the one with the ball bearing label)

i've been wait on a good deal for a middle one. here it is. boom

i feel stupid for wasting my points on that hamilton beach blender and crockpot. i could have gotten this for just $40...however i just saw i had $4.06 in mystery points in my account. woohoo!
The heavy duty or the medium duty?
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The heavy duty or the medium duty?
the previous version of the Craftsman Heavy Duty ball bearing chests has the "Ball Bearing" label on the left side. the weight capacity was 50lbs per drawer, I-beam sides. they revamped their Heavy Duty line by increasing the drawer capacity to 75lbs and drastically improving the ball bearing slides. the new line is deserving of the Heavy Duty name, the previous version not so much.

the one problem i ran into with the bottom chest though is that it seems uneven. i don't know if that's b/c the bottom is warped or maybe one of the caster wheels is off. i am going to fiddle around with it tonight to see if i can figure out the problem. i hope it's just due to a caster wheel or the bottom bracket thing, and not the chest itself. to have to lug the whole thing back to Sears will be insane. i might just balance it out with some washers on the one unbalanced caster. we'll see

i like the look of the Craftsman red tool chests, they look really sharp in my garage. i had a 3 pc and then the 2 pc that i described above. now with Corwin's find, i'll have 2 x 3pc sets. it'll look sick
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the previous version of the Craftsman Heavy Duty ball bearing chests has the "Ball Bearing" label on the left side. the weight capacity was 50lbs per drawer, I-beam sides. they revamped their Heavy Duty line by increasing the drawer capacity to 75lbs and drastically improving the ball bearing slides. the new line is deserving of the Heavy Duty name, the previous version not so much.

the one problem i ran into with the bottom chest though is that it seems uneven. i don't know if that's b/c the bottom is warped or maybe one of the caster wheels is off. i am going to fiddle around with it tonight to see if i can figure out the problem. i hope it's just due to a caster wheel or the bottom bracket thing, and not the chest itself. to have to lug the whole thing back to Sears will be insane. i might just balance it out with some washers on the one unbalanced caster. we'll see

i like the look of the Craftsman red tool chests, they look really sharp in my garage. i had a 3 pc and then the 2 pc that i described above. now with Corwin's find, i'll have 2 x 3pc sets. it'll look sick
i'd try loading it full of tools (or weights) and see if it levels itself out

p.s. it won't look sick. it'll just look like there was a sale on tool chests.
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