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Husky 46" 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench w/ Solid Wood Top EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Husky 46" 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench w/ Solid Wood Top on sale for $199. Choose free store pickup where stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin

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Has 14,357 cubic inches of total storage capacity. Full-extension drawers can support up to 100 lbs. each. - brisar

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  • Husky 46" 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench w/ Solid Wood Top [homedepot.com] (7440946R) $199
    • Features
      • This is an upgraded version of previous 46 in. 9-drawer mobile workbench (model 7440946); upgraded features are noted below
      • Drawer dimensions: top drawer: 41.5 in. W x 15.4 in. D x 4.0 in. H (4) small drawers: 19.4 in. W x 15.4 in. D x 3.0 in. H (2) medium drawers: 19.4 in. W x 15.4 in. D x 3.5 in. H (2) large drawers: 19.4 in. W x 15.4 in. D x 9.4 in. H
      • Full-extension ball-bearing drawer slides support up to 100 lbs. and feature Secure Latch retention system that ensures your drawers are completely closed and secured
      • All-welded steel construction with a tough, rust-resistant powder coat black paint finish
      • 3/4 in. thick solid wood top provides a large work surface
      • Full-width top drawer provides storage for longer, bulkier items
      • Extra-deep bottom drawers are supported by a double set of slides for extra support
      • Ergonomic tubular side handle makes it easy to move your cabinet around your workspace
      • 5 in. x 2 in. casters (2 stationary and 2 swivel with toe locks) can support up to 1200 lbs.
      • Internal keyed locking system (with 2 provided keys) provides added security
      • Product dimensions: 46.1 in. W (49.3 in. with handle) x 18.1 in. D x 37.1 in. H weighing 182.6 lbs.
      • Carton dimensions: 50 in. W x 22.4 in. D x 33.7 in. H weighing 201.2 lbs.
      • Minimal assembly required: install casters and handle
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Last Edited by RUsum1 March 31, 2017 at 06:34 PM
Apparently there are two versions of this table and the newer version is "better"

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new ones
ball bearing drawers slide nicer feel more secure,
double slider on each side of bottom drawer,
Wood top not recessed in, but more soild compared to older ones
Top drawer is lower on the sides, not as deep as old one
No red ad stickers on old ones
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As I mentioned a few posts above... the newer Husky stuff is better quality that this current offering. The newer stuff is heavier duty. Each drawer will be rated for 120 lbs, not just 100 lbs. The current boxes have 21 ga steel frames. The newer ones are 19 ga. frames.
From what I've seen, the newer Husky boxes are just as nice as the Milwaukee boxes.
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There is an obvious difference in quality between the 2 makers of the exact same toolbox. My store had the crappier unit on display...but only 1 mixed in the pile of boxes. It is true that the older unit only has 1 drawer track slide on the bottom 2 big drawers. Newer has 2 each side, per big drawers on bottom.

The quick way to tell is to just look at the boxes. The newer upgraded version is in a big box with top and bottom "hats" to the box. The crappier version is in a standard folded cardboard box, with no "hats"

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Ordered one for pickup. My wife wants one of these for the kitchen. Hard to say no to that. If she ends up not liking it, it goes in my shop next to the other one.
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Absolutely, great investment.. I have four of them lined end to end along the wall of my garage..
They easily handle medium duty projects... Fantastic boxes for the price..
Don't be discouraged by that one guy that will chime in saying, "as an airplane mechanic rolling $25,000.00 worth of tools on a tarmac, im not trusting a $200 box... A $4,000 Beta tool cart is the way to go" end of quote..

I'll try to attach some pictures tonight.. I have one loaded down with pneumatic tools in every drawer..very stable and handles the excessive weight without any issues..... the others are miscellaneous (dedicated gun work station, hobby equipment, cordless tools, etc. etc.) Could not be happier with quality of build and price..
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I have both (well I have the HF 44") and father has this husky. The HF is more heavy duty and the work top is basically just a rubber mat.

The top on the Husky looks nicer that is for sure. My father has two of them lined up next to each other with a pegboard in the rear.. looks really clean with that setup.

If you are just a normal home user the husky will be fine for you. I have my HF unit packed with LOTS of tools.. I wrench quite often on my motorcycles/cars and do repairs for friends so the unit gets a lot of use.

Husky 46" weighs ~200lb the HF 44" model weighs about 275lb
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Ordered one for pickup. My wife wants one of these for the kitchen. Hard to say no to that. If she ends up not liking it, it goes in my shop next to the other one.
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I've been waiting for these to go on sale again. Hopefully these come with drawer liners.
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Nice! We have a tight garage that gets rearranged a lot. This seems perfect. Is it stable enough for small projects on top? I don't mean for mounting a vise or drill press, just hand tool work.
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Good deal but how would you clamp anything on this, it doesn't look like it has any overhangs or anything. Suggestions?
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Good deal but how would you clamp anything on this, it doesn't look like it has any overhangs or anything. Suggestions?
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Good deal but how would you clamp anything on this, it doesn't look like it has any overhangs or anything. Suggestions?
Couldn't you temporarily remove a couple of the drawers and drill holes to mount what you want? I'd look at mounting a heavy-duty vise at minimum. Maybe mount a 2x6 or 2x8 along the opposite side to provide an overhang. There appear to be YouTube videos with folks "pimping" out these things by mounting vise, surge protectors, mounting racks, etc. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uIQtBpn5do . Hope that helps.
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Nice! We have a tight garage that gets rearranged a lot. This seems perfect. Is it stable enough for small projects on top? I don't mean for mounting a vise or drill press, just hand tool work.
Absolutely, great investment.. I have four of them lined end to end along the wall of my garage..
They easily handle medium duty projects... Fantastic boxes for the price..
Don't be discouraged by that one guy that will chime in saying, "as an airplane mechanic rolling $25,000.00 worth of tools on a tarmac, im not trusting a $200 box... A $4,000 Beta tool cart is the way to go" end of quote..

I'll try to attach some pictures tonight.. I have one loaded down with pneumatic tools in every drawer..very stable and handles the excessive weight without any issues..... the others are miscellaneous (dedicated gun work station, hobby equipment, cordless tools, etc. etc.) Could not be happier with quality of build and price..
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How does it compare to Harbor Freight's?
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I've been waiting for these to go on sale again. Hopefully these come with drawer liners.
According to the specs, they do.
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How does it compare to Harbor Freight's?
the red harborfreight are better, but this box is alright.
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seems like a fantastic deal. I like the drawer alignment particularly.. with the two big ones at the bottom, could put the circular saw, drills etc.
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What's the "regular" everyday price on these, anyone know? I see $309 for a similar 46inch 9 drawer unit but I don't see the everyday price on this model.

Trying to decide if I should grab it or if this can wait for another time?
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How does it compare to Harbor Freight's?
I have both (well I have the HF 44") and father has this husky. The HF is more heavy duty and the work top is basically just a rubber mat.

The top on the Husky looks nicer that is for sure. My father has two of them lined up next to each other with a pegboard in the rear.. looks really clean with that setup.

If you are just a normal home user the husky will be fine for you. I have my HF unit packed with LOTS of tools.. I wrench quite often on my motorcycles/cars and do repairs for friends so the unit gets a lot of use.

Husky 46" weighs ~200lb the HF 44" model weighs about 275lb
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