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Sterilite 3-Drawer Wide Storage Cart w/ Casters (White or Black)

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Walmart has Sterilite 3-Drawer Wide Storage Cart w/ Casters (White or Black) on sale for $14.96. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks brisar

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  • Dimensions: 24" H x 21.88" W x 15.25" D

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I bought 3 of these last time. For small and light stuff these are great. For anything larger and/or heavier these turn into wet noodles and the wheels pop off.

Example1: holds my cord collection, spare HDDs, some old expansion cards... no problem / sturdy.

Example2: holds one old console in each drawer filled with consoles, games, controllers, power, AV... wet noodle, had to remove casters. Stable enough without casters and with nothing on top and all drawers inserted.
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Here is the previous thread from a couple of months ago, for reference.
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I have one of these and it's ok, but not for heavy items. The plastic all fits together well, but it's not very thick and the top can sag.
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I bought 3 of these last time. For small and light stuff these are great. For anything larger and/or heavier these turn into wet noodles and the wheels pop off.

Example1: holds my cord collection, spare HDDs, some old expansion cards... no problem / sturdy.

Example2: holds one old console in each drawer filled with consoles, games, controllers, power, AV... wet noodle, had to remove casters. Stable enough without casters and with nothing on top and all drawers inserted.
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I bought 3 of these last time. For small and light stuff these are great. For anything larger and/or heavier these turn into wet noodles and the wheels pop off.

Example1: holds my cord collection, spare HDDs, some old expansion cards... no problem / sturdy.

Example2: holds one old console in each drawer filled with consoles, games, controllers, power, AV... wet noodle, had to remove casters. Stable enough without casters and with nothing on top and all drawers inserted.
Thank you for the examples.. good to know Thumbup
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Deal looks dead at Amazon. Cheapest I see is $24.77.

Still alive at Walmart for $14.96.

I use these for storing/transporting light catering supplies (paper goods, lighters, bungees, promo materials, etc.). Good deal OP.
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Unrelated but when are we going to get large enough 3D printers in our homes so we can just print stuff like this ourselves?
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This is regular price always at Walmart
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This is regular price always at Walmart
Not really, I just bought this for $20 last week. This is a 25% savings.
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Any ideas for drawer dividers for this? Would be nice to have a divider in the middle so clothes would stay organized
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Any ideas for drawer dividers for this? Would be nice to have a divider in the middle so clothes would stay organized
Cheap option: cardboard boxes. Cut them up with 1/2 slits in the middle to make a grid.

Nicer option: get those small fabric boxes from IKEA
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I've used one of these for clothes for years. It's light in weight but also in form. If you plop something on top too heavy it will bow the lid. Still picked up another though!
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I don't know why these things are so expensive to begin with. Seem way overpriced for what they are.
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Good for light weight items, but with heavier items, it bends to 1 direction
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