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2-Pack HDX 15-Compartment Interlocking Small Parts Organizer

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Home Depot.com has 2-Pack HDX 15-Compartment Interlocking Small Parts Organizer on sale for $9.88. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits, to save on shipping. Thanks powerfuldoppler

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These organizers come in a two pack and be easily locked together with up to a total of three organizers. This interlocking organizer is perfect for those who have various nuts, bolts, nails, screws, tacks, paper clips and any other small items that need organization. -slickdewmaster

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Home Depot has the HDX 15-Compartment Interlocking Small Parts Organizer in Black (2-Pack) for $9.88 w/store pick-up. YMMV depending on zip.

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If you plan on using them for work and lugging them around jobsites invest in Milwaukee or DeWalt. I had one of these and it broke within 2 weeks. I work low voltage and lug bins like this around all day. I've had Milwaukee packouts for over a year now and they are tough as heck. I know they are 2x the price, but worth the investment if you use them a lot.

These would be good for basic stuff to keep around the house though!
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Got some of these years ago and have got to say they are one of the best organizers out there. They stack and interlock and the parts stay in the separate compartments. They deserve the five star reviews they get.
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I use this for storing drill bits(spade, augers, masonry and random leftover bits). Works well and has held up nicely for a few years of daily use. Good deal if it works for what you need organized.

edit Looks like mine is actually different, its clear on both sides and both sides have storage compartments. it is made up of dividers that go the entire width with slide in dividers that further divide up the long horizontal runs.
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Got some of these years ago and have got to say they are one of the best organizers out there. They stack and interlock and the parts stay in the separate compartments. They deserve the five star reviews they get.
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How well do you think these would work for fishing tackle?
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My Robotics team uses these for storing our robot parts. Stands up to the daily abuse from high schoolers very well. Definitely worth it for the price, even if not discounted.
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in for one. thanks
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Check the 99cent store for these. Sold at $1.99 or $2.99.
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Check the 99cent store for these. Sold at $1.99 or $2.99.
Mostly cheap stuff. Bought few last year and lids break off at the hinge point.
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I have 6 of them and use them for screws, nails, bolts etc. If you don't abuse them and considering the price $5 each, they are a much better value than the $20 DeWalt /Milwaukee ones. They are also interlocking which is nice.
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These are great. I have about a dozen of them and use them to sort Legos. I can always use more for when there are more Lego deals on SD.
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If you plan on using them for work and lugging them around jobsites invest in Milwaukee or DeWalt. I had one of these and it broke within 2 weeks. I work low voltage and lug bins like this around all day. I've had Milwaukee packouts for over a year now and they are tough as heck. I know they are 2x the price, but worth the investment if you use them a lot.

These would be good for basic stuff to keep around the house though!
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I use the Walmart brand of these for hobbyist electronics. They are medium duty at best so if you are gonna beat em up spend on the better name brand stuff. Work great for home light duty use though.
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