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Empty Rolling Tool Case $79.99 (Regular Price $224.98)

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Empty Rolling Tool Case
Locking, Rolling, & Water-Proof!

Tool case is air tight and locking with pressure release valve. Made of durable, impact resistant materials to store your power tools and accessories securely. Rolling wheels and telescoping handle allow for easy transport. Store your Wiha tools and more in this compact and durable rolling tool case.

Outer case dimensions are:
Width 22"
Length 14"
Height 9"

Inner storage area is
Width 20.5"
Length 11.5"
Height 7"

https://www.wihatools.com/empty-r...-tool-case

This chest is originally meant for their all-inclusive-master-electrician-set with tools included.

More info:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dE7-xro6WR8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz1hP0mgi_Y
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Created 06-17-2020 at 05:33 PM by Dynewind
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Small...with wheels. LOL
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Small...with wheels. LOL
Small doesn't mean it can't also be heavy.

It isn't long enough for my needs, but I'm sure it is a good quality case.
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Looks the same as this case but without the foam:
https://www.amazon.com/Loaded-HD-...B008HQ6RNS

Seems like $99 is the typical price.
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Small...with wheels. LOL
Yea, horizontal to vertical, you can bang your tools against each other better. There must be a purpose for this with no compartments, no foam inserts.... maybe to roll your silver or gold bars around.

Me, I am buying one of these [harborfreight.com] or a variation without wheels with a 20% off coupon.
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Looks the same as this case but without the foam:
https://www.amazon.com/Loaded-HD-...B008HQ6RNS [amazon.com]

Seems like $99 is the typical price.
But you don't get the red color and the Wiha branding.
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But you don't get the red color and the Wiha branding.
The Wiha branding is cool and they make trays full of tools that fit this box. I wish they stated the IP rating.

Those harbour freight boxes are only IP65, which is a deal breaker for many. Most pelican cases are IP67 and with a pressure release, I assume this is too.
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Yea, horizontal to vertical, you can bang your tools against each other better. There must be a purpose for this with no compartments, no foam inserts.... maybe to roll your silver or gold bars around.

Me, I am buying one of these [harborfreight.com] or a variation without wheels with a 20% off coupon.
This is difficult to compare to a harbor freight product. Then again, I do wish they listed the IP rating as well.
The original purpose of this chest is for : https://www.wihatools.com/insulat...-tool-case

I assume they simply had way too many of them and considering the price tag for that all-inclusive pack, moving the tool chest is definitely easier.
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Quote from ryanneve
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Looks the same as this case but without the foam:
https://www.amazon.com/Loaded-HD-...B008HQ6RNS [amazon.com]

Seems like $99 is the typical price.
Where are you getting $99 as the typical price? According to CCC it's only been below $100 twice and the average price is $135.58.
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This is difficult to compare to a harbor freight product. Then again, I do wish they listed the IP rating as well.
The original purpose of this chest is for : https://www.wihatools.com/insulat...-tool-case [wihatools.com]

I assume they simply had way too many of them and considering the price tag for that all-inclusive pack, moving the tool chest is definitely easier.
There you go, for another $2 grand or so, it has a real purpose. Smilie ... No doubt it is a sturdy box from Wiha, but Harbor Freight has equally as nice with foam inserts for less money... watch their video with the wine glasses and egg. Wiha needs to come up with a top and bottom foam insert like Pelican (or HF) to be useful.

Meanwhile, DeWalt and others make good boxes for storage with foam inserts that are reasonably cheap when on sale.

Enjoy your weekend...

Note: For years, with some exceptions, HF was mostly identified as junk from China. They have really improved their game with the upper end that is mostly made in Taiwan.... or maybe it is the name brands have really lessened their quality. What switching to Taiwan did for HF is to avoid the imposed tariffs on China that may not go away.... notice the incremental increases in costs for tools made in China by the US name brands. So far, China has been supplementing (eating) the tariffs for Chinese name brands and why they are still cheap... although many are under a Japanese owned Ryobi license.
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