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Makita Tool Cases, Bags & Accessories: Small Case $20, Medium Case

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Amazon has the following on sale with free shipping for prime members:

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  • Makita 197210-9 Interlocking Case, Small, 4-3/8" x 15-1/2" x 11-5/8" - $19.99 [amazon.com] Usually ships within 6 days
  • Makita 197211-7 Interlocking Case, Medium, 6-1/2" x 15-1/2" x 11-5/8" - $19.52 [amazon.com] >Now $20.11 Temporarily out of stock, Still able to Order
  • Makita T-02571 Customizable Foam Insert for Interlocking Cases - $7.95 [amazon.com] Usually ships within 1 to 2 months NLA
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Cases           Small    Medium    Foam
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║ Lowest       │ 19.99   19.52  ║ ║ 7.95   ║
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║ Current      │ 19.99   19.52  ║ ║ 7.95   ║
╟──────────────┼────────────────╢ ╟────────╢
║ Highest      │ 44.24   53.39  ║ ║ 30.60  ║
╟──────────────┼────────────────╢ ╟────────╢
║ Average 90d  │ 30.39   35.16  ║ ║ 19.31  ║
╟──────────────┼────────────────╢ ╟────────╢
║ Average 180d │ 30.69   35.52  ║ ║ 19.65  ║
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Contractor bags   14"     20" 
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║ Lowest       │ 9.76    16.35  ║
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║ Current      │ 9.76    16.35  ║
╟──────────────┼────────────────╢
║ Highest      │ 31.08   32.82  ║
╟──────────────┼────────────────╢
║ Average 90d  │ 19.74   22.50  ║
╟──────────────┼────────────────╢
║ Average 180d │ 19.62   21.29  ║
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I really don't like these boxes. I have a bunch of them because I bought some Makita track saws, and still use a couple of them because I have nothing else to put my track saw in. But the boxes really don't feel all that durable, and I didn't like the interlocking mechanism either.

I also have a bunch of dewalt tstack boxes, which TBH I probably like even less. I bought something like 16 of those sliding ones when they were ~$9 each, and ended up never really using them. I considered selling them, but shipping costs more than the boxes are even worth. Now they just sit in my room, garage, and kitchen as drawers, lol.

Now most of my Ryobi tools are in Dewalt tough system boxes with kaizen foam inserts, and most Dewalt and Bosch tools are just in tool bags.

All I'm really trying to say is don't buy a whole bunch of tool boxes before actually trying them just because they're cheap. You might not like them.
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The DeWalt boxes are pretty nice but you made the right choice with the tools that go in them.
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I'd get this if I didn't start collecting DeWalt storage boxes. Even though I'm collecting makita tools now.
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I'd get this if I didn't start collecting DeWalt storage boxes. Even though I'm collecting makita tools now.
The DeWalt boxes are pretty nice but you made the right choice with the tools that go in them.
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All of my makitas live in my husky rolling workbench/cabinet. The cases look super cool but like my gun cases will seldom get used. That said, speaking of guns, I use a battered old tool box to transport my handguns. No one gets anxious when I am carrying them to the car and burglars don't look twice. Just need to figure how out to disguise the long guns.
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that's a good deal, only problem with these is when they aren't on a deal, and you box/case every tool, it's tough to justify cost of cases being more than the tools. I sold a ton of systainers for that reason and loaded up on tstaks, i can buy them anytime off amazon for the small size < 20 , totes,etc (not using them for heavy abuse contract work).

But that is a good price for sure on the small here. Repped for steeve as he's killing it, cost me some $ this weekend
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I really don't need anymore tool bags, but was thinking about buying one to use as a "manly" diaper bag. Anyone have this and comment on the storage/organization? Pics of the 14" look good.
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I really don't like these boxes. I have a bunch of them because I bought some Makita track saws, and still use a couple of them because I have nothing else to put my track saw in. But the boxes really don't feel all that durable, and I didn't like the interlocking mechanism either.

I also have a bunch of dewalt tstack boxes, which TBH I probably like even less. I bought something like 16 of those sliding ones when they were ~$9 each, and ended up never really using them. I considered selling them, but shipping costs more than the boxes are even worth. Now they just sit in my room, garage, and kitchen as drawers, lol.

Now most of my Ryobi tools are in Dewalt tough system boxes with kaizen foam inserts, and most Dewalt and Bosch tools are just in tool bags.

All I'm really trying to say is don't buy a whole bunch of tool boxes before actually trying them just because they're cheap. You might not like them.
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I have some of the Makita boxes as well, and the foam, and I too am not a big fan of their system. The latch mechanisms that connect each tool box to each other are very stiff and moving them as one connected unit is rather awkward.

I ordered some of the Dewalt Tough boxes that have been on sale and I'm hoping that I'll like that format more. At least with the dewalt bins I'll be able to convert them into shelf storage units if I dont like them.
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The DeWalt boxes are pretty nice but you made the right choice with the tools that go in them.
I'm a noob in home DIY but seems like the community generally has high praise for Makita but usually go with DeWalt bc of the deals that it's got.... am i right?
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I'm a noob in home DIY but seems like the community generally has high praise for Makita but usually go with DeWalt bc of the deals that it's got.... am i right?
If you're a noob in home diy, start with Ryobi. It really is the best for a homeowner because of the sheer number of tools available. I never went that cheap route and certainly Dewalt XR parts are great (I have several) but Ryobi makes some neat things.
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I'm a noob in home DIY but seems like the community generally has high praise for Makita but usually go with DeWalt bc of the deals that it's got.... am i right?
I've always had a Makita drill in my toolbox, but I've been mostly on Milwaukee lately because of the deals on their 12V and 18V lines and haven't had any complaints about their tools yet.

Ryobi does have the best bang for buck for a homeowner, especially if you can get a good price on one of their combo kits. I just really like brushless tools and have instead been focusing on the Fuel/brushless tools that Milwaukee makes, plus they have a pretty nice heated hoodie that uses 12V power cells Stick Out Tongue.
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can anyone suggest/recommend any good general household tool kits/sets? (decent quality, reasonably priced)
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Mike Farrington on youtube shows how to do some awesome tool organization with cases like these.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHMyhuZo2a0
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All of my makitas live in my husky rolling workbench/cabinet. The cases look super cool but like my gun cases will seldom get used. That said, speaking of guns, I use a battered old tool box to transport my handguns. No one gets anxious when I am carrying them to the car and burglars don't look twice. Just need to figure how out to disguise the long guns.
Golf bag. Tennis case. Violin case. Fencing bag
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