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DeWALT TSTAK 2-Drawer Tool Storage Box EXPIRED

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Amazon has DeWALT TSTAK 2-Drawer Tool Storage Box (DWST17804) on sale for $20.34. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks Viffer

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  • All units can be stack on top of each other, connected w/ durable side latches. Removable dividers for small part organization w/ flexible platforms. Weight capacity of 16.5 lbs - Discombobulated

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Amazon [amazon.com]has the DeWalt TStack Tool Storage Organizer, Double Drawers (DWST17804) for $20.34. Note: Temporarily out of stock. May Still Order.

The Versastack version at lowes is $30.

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This does not stack with Tough System, in case anyone is wondering.
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Tstak is very popular with remodel and finish contractors who aren't worried about whether a box is waterproof but are worried about convenience when moving it between rooms of an occupied home. Bad choice for a framer, good choice for a cabinet installer. I am heavily invested in both and they have different strengths. Most of the toughsystem boxes are not good with small tools, just a big dumb open box. I use tstak for meters, measures, electrical tools, my m12 daily use stuff, PPE, smaller hand tools, etc. My m18 and DeWalt stuff tends to fit better in toughsystem
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I'm using a milk crate to hold my tools Big Grin
One day I'll upgrade to something fancy as these
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Great deal on this. I bought a bunch of the versa stack 2 drawer when they got down to $22 and this is lower
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This does not stack with Tough System, in case anyone is wondering.
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This does not stack with Tough System, in case anyone is wondering.
Thanks! What a tease
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FYI: This item is discontinued (according to the Amazon specs).

Also, "Tstak" is the homeowner/entry-level system, whereas "Tough" is the larger professional/contractor-level storage system.
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can the dividers be removed?
i want to be able to store tools.
the slide out is much better for me than a toolbox that opens from the top
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can the dividers be removed?
i want to be able to store tools.
the slide out is much better for me than a toolbox that opens from the top
The dividers are removable. I cut them with snips to fit specific tools.
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FYI: This item is discontinued (according to the Amazon specs).

Also, "Tstak" is the homeowner/entry-level system, whereas "Tough" is the larger professional/contractor-level storage system.
Tstak is very popular with remodel and finish contractors who aren't worried about whether a box is waterproof but are worried about convenience when moving it between rooms of an occupied home. Bad choice for a framer, good choice for a cabinet installer. I am heavily invested in both and they have different strengths. Most of the toughsystem boxes are not good with small tools, just a big dumb open box. I use tstak for meters, measures, electrical tools, my m12 daily use stuff, PPE, smaller hand tools, etc. My m18 and DeWalt stuff tends to fit better in toughsystem
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This does not stack with Tough System, in case anyone is wondering.
Thanks. Looks like im cancelling my orders. I thought this was tough system
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Tstak is very popular with remodel and finish contractors who aren't worried about whether a box is waterproof but are worried about convenience when moving it between rooms of an occupied home. Bad choice for a framer, good choice for a cabinet installer. I am heavily invested in both and they have different strengths. Most of the toughsystem boxes are not good with small tools, just a big dumb open box. I use tstak for meters, measures, electrical tools, my m12 daily use stuff, PPE, smaller hand tools, etc. My m18 and DeWalt stuff tends to fit better in toughsystem
I'm using a milk crate to hold my tools Big Grin
One day I'll upgrade to something fancy as these
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I'm using a milk crate to hold my tools Big Grin
One day I'll upgrade to something fancy as these
Both Milwaukee and DeWalt make milk crates for bargain basement prices like $22 😅😅🤦
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In for one. I'm no professional but this system is great and keeps my tools organized.
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This does not stack with Tough System, in case anyone is wondering.
Sure wish they would sell an adapter between the two lines
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The dividers are removable. I cut them with snips to fit specific tools.
thx!
ordered one
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