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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 = $99.99. Curbside or store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks Angryhorse

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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 6/30/20. -brisar

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Same deal as the one in early April is back at Ace Hardware

$100 with rewards membership (free)
Craftsman 26.5 in. 5 drawer Metal Ball-Bearing Tool Center 45.5 in. H x 14 in. D Black

https://www.acehardware.com/depar...ts/2884419
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You get what you pay for, this thing is super flimsy. Maybe okay for extremely light use with little weight on each drawer, but not much more than that. I'd strongly recommend checking out one of these in store to see if it will fit your needs before you buy it.
Exactly what I need for 100 bucks. I don't have a ton of tools but this get them out of a dewalt bag I got with a kit
Same boat I am in. I got a crap plastic box from Home Depot and a cordura bag from Ryobi that holds all my tools.

This is a nice upgrade for $100 simply because it offers much better organization.

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In for one. Will serve my basic tool needs.
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You get what you pay for, this thing is super flimsy. Maybe okay for extremely light use with little weight on each drawer, but not much more than that. I'd strongly recommend checking out one of these in store to see if it will fit your needs before you buy it.
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Exactly what I need for 100 bucks. I don't have a ton of tools but this get them out of a dewalt bag I got with a kit
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I hate to say this... I miss the days of Sears and the 100% back on points, all issued at one time.
Why you may ask? I purchased two of these ( one on my account one on wife's) at $100 each and was able to get 100 back in points on each, which we turned around and spent on house hold goods at Kmart. Those were the days!
Be warned as the post above me states and I can confirm " These are very BASIC tool carts and not for heavy duty use."
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Exactly what I need for 100 bucks. I don't have a ton of tools but this get them out of a dewalt bag I got with a kit
Same boat I am in. I got a crap plastic box from Home Depot and a cordura bag from Ryobi that holds all my tools.

This is a nice upgrade for $100 simply because it offers much better organization.

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Anyone have experience with this vs something from Harbor Freight (US General ~300 before coupon)?
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This has always been $100 at my local ace store
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this is made cheaply, dont load the drawers up
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Anyone have experience with this vs something from Harbor Freight (US General ~300 before coupon)?
US General is much more sturdy and heavy duty.
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I concur with most of the comments, I've got one and it's fairly garbage. Drawer slides don't hold up, flimsy overall, but if you need something cheap to stash stuff in it works.
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I have this tool box in red. Its fine if you don't have many tools but I have definitely outgrown it. Will be getting something bigger in the future.
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I'm interested in a very basic tool cabinet and, although I like the price, I see the comments about the flimsy material on this Ace model.

I found the item linked below at Lowes that visually looks identical but $80 more. The Ace listing doesn't have much details so wondering if anyone knows if this Lowes model is actually a superior product. Lowes listing states it's 1000 series with 20 - 24 ga steel construction.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMA...1000464159
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I'm interested in a very basic tool cabinet and, although I like the price, I see the comments about the flimsy material on this Ace model.

I found the item linked below at Lowes that visually looks identical but $80 more. The Ace listing doesn't have much details so wondering if anyone knows if this Lowes model is actually a superior product. Lowes listing states it's 1000 series with 20 - 24 ga steel construction.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMA...1000464159
no idea, but must be identical product. can't hardly imagine them producing two nearly identical ones. Probably as thick as 20 in some places and thin as 24 in others. (Inside of drawers?)
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