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Husky 12-in. 5 Gallon Bucket Seat w/8 Compartments - $4.98 + Husky Bucket Jockey - $7.97 + Free Store Pickup @ Home Depot

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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes September 12, 2016 at 11:55 PM
I saw this tonight at the Home Depot. It's a nice setup and I should have grabbed a seat. Next trip... The combined price is $12.95...

Husky 12 in. Storage Seat Organizer

Model 83001N12 Internet #203263250 Store SKU #688752

Description:
Can be used in combination with the Husky bucket jockey to create and instant tool box. Ideal for storing all types of fasteners. 3 removable dividers.
  • Fits all standard 5 Gal. buckets
  • Carrying handle with soft molded comfort grip
  • Clear top allows easy viewing of components
  • Flat bottom allows product to stand when not in use
  • Durable construction allows seating (caption)
  • 3 removable dividers
  • 2 year limited warranty
$4.98 (was $6.98)
Link [homedepot.com]


Husky Bucket Jockey
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Get convenient and easy storage with the Husky Bucket Jockey. Constructed of a heavy-duty, water-resistant material, its innovative design features deeper pockets to allow a more versatile array of tools and accessories to be stored with ease. Pair with The Home Depot Homer Bucket and the Husky 12 in. Storage Seat Organizer for the ultimate tool box. Includes 30 pockets in total for optimal storage.
  • Constructed of 600 denier spun heavy-duty, water-resistant material
  • Larger pockets for more storing capacity
  • Includes 30 pockets in total
  • 3-year warranty
  • Fits most 5-gallon buckets
  • Tools and accessories not included



$7.97
Link [homedepot.com]



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#3
Are these the new low price or just on sale. Doesn't say anything about 'WAS price. Great prices all around. Home Depot kicks Lowes ass in storage items prices. I have a few of the Husky double-sided rectangle storage boxes and nail/screw bins. Well built. Great deals on tool chests lately too!
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dang. i dont have a round bucket haha mine is more like the office buildings' rather elongated
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I have had the bucket jockey for about 5 years and it is one of the better made ones. Very useful. You can buy the bucket for about $5.
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dang. i dont have a round bucket haha mine is more like the office buildings' rather elongated
Do you have a Firehouse Subs near you? If so, grab one of their empty pickle barrels. They are $2.00. No tax, since the funds are then donated. I have a half-dozen or so. Quite handy.
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Do you have a Firehouse Subs near you? If so, grab one of their empty pickle barrels. They are $2.00. No tax, since the funds are then donated. I have a half-dozen or so. Quite handy.
Hawt dang. Not a bad idea. Can also check out those burger joints that often carry huge mayonnaise buckets. Nice idea
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Bucket Jockey is actually showing up as $6.27 for me. I had been looking at these earlier in the year but didn't think I'd have any real use for it since I have a tool box already and I'm just a home DIYer. Not sure what the price was when I was looking at it originally though.
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These are great for smaller projects around the house helps save trips to the garage and keeps everything organized and in one place.
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The linked price for Husky 12 in. Storage Seat Organizer is coming up as $8.37. Is there a promo code that needs to be applied?
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this comes empty right? not with all those screws/wire caps?
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I use this setup for my lake/shore fishing tackle box. Pliers//boga grip/line/bobber/bags of hooks/powerbait/sinkers/etc go in the bucket jockey pockets. In the top is where I keep my frequently/recently used lures/hooks/bobbers/weights/random stuff. Throw a couple Plano boxes, bags of soft plastic, any other bait, cigars, and insulated water bottle / beer container inside the bucket, and I'm all set. For longer walks I'll bungee the whole thing onto one of those Magna-Cart folding hand trucks and then the only thing left to do is catch the fish.

If the pockets on the outside were a little bigger it would be a tad more useful but I always end up with more stuff than I need when I go fishing so its not too big of a deal.

Been thinking of picking another set up to actually use for tools. Thanks OP
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Quote from jnesmith View Post :
Do you have a Firehouse Subs near you? If so, grab one of their empty pickle barrels. They are $2.00. No tax, since the funds are then donated. I have a half-dozen or so. Quite handy.
Just have to wash the pickle smell out... Pretty strong when you first get the bucket...
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Quote from arribasn View Post :
this comes empty right? not with all those screws/wire caps?
that's correct, it's empty

Quote from kpr121 View Post :
I use this setup for my lake/shore fishing tackle box. Pliers//boga grip/line/bobber/bags of hooks/powerbait/sinkers/etc go in the bucket jockey pockets. In the top is where I keep my frequently/recently used lures/hooks/bobbers/weights/random stuff. Throw a couple Plano boxes, bags of soft plastic, any other bait, cigars, and insulated water bottle / beer container inside the bucket, and I'm all set. For longer walks I'll bungee the whole thing onto one of those Magna-Cart folding hand trucks and then the only thing left to do is catch the fish.

If the pockets on the outside were a little bigger it would be a tad more useful but I always end up with more stuff than I need when I go fishing so its not too big of a deal.

Been thinking of picking another set up to actually use for tools. Thanks OP
atleast i'm not the only person that has been using these as my shore fishing setup. its nice to be able to store fish in the bucket and be able to sit on it now.
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Last edited by TimgusN September 13, 2016 at 02:00 PM
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The seat fits on with the Bucket Jockey on? It seems it would make the diameter a hair smaller.

Also, I've had a Bucket Jockey for years, and I love it. I keep all my plumbing gear in it.
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