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Craftsman 1000 Series 26.5" 5-Drawer Ball-Bearing Tool Chest/Rolling Cabinet EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has for Ace Rewards Members (free to join): Craftsman 1000 Series 26.5" 5-Drawer Ball-Bearing Tool Chest & Rolling Cabinet (CMST22653BK) on sale for $119.99 - $20 Rewards Members Savings (applied automatically in cart) = $99.99. Curbside Pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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  • This features 9,916 cubic inches of storage, external lock bars for additional security, ball-bearing slides, four 2" casters that support up to 500 lb. loads and a non-slip weave top mat. Craftsman decal included.
  • The extra $20 off for Ace Rewards members ends 4/28/20. -Corwin

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Ace Hardware [acehardware.com] offers Ace Rewards Members (free to join): Craftsman 1000 Series 5-Drawer Ball-Bearing Steel Tool Chest Combo (CMST22653BK) on sale for $99.99 with free curbside pickup.
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The 1000 series is extremely lightweight. Suitable for crafting tools maybe but don't expect to load it up with wrenches and socket sets. If you must have Craftsman, do yourself a big favour and step up to the 2000 series. Better still, if you have the means, go for the 3000 series. 2000 series is adequate, but the 3000 series is actually quite decent. Of course at the same price point as the Craftsman 3000 chests and cabinets there are many decent options to choose from.
This thing is junk. I got the Stanley version of it from Walmart and I regret paying $64. https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/13835738
Highly recommend the Harbor Freight's US General line. Those are built like a tank in comparison. While more money, they are a better value for a lot of users.

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has had this tool chest combo on sale before, but right now it's $179.
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This thing is junk. I got the Stanley version of it from Walmart and I regret paying $64. https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/13835738
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The 1000 series is extremely lightweight. Suitable for crafting tools maybe but don't expect to load it up with wrenches and socket sets. If you must have Craftsman, do yourself a big favour and step up to the 2000 series. Better still, if you have the means, go for the 3000 series. 2000 series is adequate, but the 3000 series is actually quite decent. Of course at the same price point as the Craftsman 3000 chests and cabinets there are many decent options to choose from.
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I have the Lowe's version with the red and black. It's really not bad for $100. I have three Husky tool chests as well, and it's not up to par with those, but I still get some decent storage with this one. The draws open and close nicely and it rolls pretty good. Actually better than my Huskys, but it's not as durable and I can't utilize the top of this like I can with the others. Still if you just want something to throw some loose tools in with some storage down below, then it's really a decent buy at $100.
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A tool chest was one of those items way on the back burner for me, considering how pricey they are. Had to snatch this one up though as it will definitely save me time pulling out and digging around in my tool boxes for random stuff. Thanks!
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Quality is bad. Regret buying this. Spend some more and get a quality tool chest that will last you a long time.
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This thing is junk. I got the Stanley version of it from Walmart and I regret paying $64. https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/13835738
I also picked one up for $64 at Walmart. Out of the box it was slightly dented, a little warped, and overall does not feel solid. I like the idea of buying something made in America, but this is not worth more than the $64 I paid for it.
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This thing is junk. I got the Stanley version of it from Walmart and I regret paying $64. https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/13835738
Sold out bro!
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Thanks peeps for the advice on the quality of the tool chests. I'm in the market for one but not sure where to start and this helped.

I'll pass for now as I'm looking for something a bit more durable for your average DIY woodworker. Any advice is always appreciated.

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If you're thinking of rolling the dice on this, I'd at least double check your local Ace return policy. A lot of retailers aren't accepting returns during this Covid period.
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Highly recommend the Harbor Freight's US General line. Those are built like a tank in comparison. While more money, they are a better value for a lot of users.
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I have one and like others have said, it's flimsy. But if you're a light user and are just looking to get things out of piles on shelves, this is fine.
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Highly recommend the Harbor Freight's US General line. Those are built like a tank in comparison. While more money, they are a better value for a lot of users.
At five times the price of this Craftsman set, they sure as hell better be better.
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