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Milwaukee 61" 11-Drawer & 1-Door Mobile Workbench w/ Pegboard Back Wall - $798 - In-Store Only @ Home Depot - YMMV

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has the Milwaukee 61 in. 11-Drawer/1-Door 22 in. D Mobile Workbench with Sliding Pegboard Back Wall (MWTC6111BC1M) on sale in-store for $798.

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../304094257
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Thanks. Which state/city did you see this special?
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Thanks. Which state/city did you see this special?
Torrance, CA
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Great toolbox. I picked it up before Christmas on sale for $698.
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nice box, but the harbor freight 56 inch is better built. the milwaukee has a nicer drawer arrangement, but the top two are too small.
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Hey it's both cordless and brushless!
"With a portable design, this professional mobile workbench can be moved around for ultimate customization." "weighs around 405 lbs."
PACKOUT compatible?
Probably? Might not have enough space to house all of your sarcasm though
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Saw one at San Jose for $798, white tag, looks like regular price
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nice box, but the harbor freight 56 inch is better built. the milwaukee has a nicer drawer arrangement, but the top two are too small.
Is there a link for the one you're talking about? What's the cost difference? I've always read that Harbor Freight has high quality tool benches like this even though they're known for cheap-@ss hand tools and stuff
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I have this tool bench and it is fantastic. Regular price is $798, this is the first time I have seen it more than that. I was able to get it for $698 last year +tax and $99 shipping.

My first one arrived severely damaged. Customer service was great and arranged freight pickup of the damaged one, shipped a new one and gave me an $85 refund.
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Will this bench stand up to hand planing wood? Most of these things either skid away or rack and twist so bad that it's hard to use them
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nice box, but the harbor freight 56 inch is better built. the milwaukee has a nicer drawer arrangement, but the top two are too small.
Not sure why you're getting downvoted. I suspect people just assume when they see "harbor freight" it's gotta be crap. The reality is Harbor Freight's non-entry level tool chests are some of the best on the market and a ridiculously good value. You aren't going to find any pros knocking them unless they haven't done their homework. I'd say this Milwaukee option isn't bad if you could use a mobile work surface and pegboard along with a lighter-duty tool chest, but if you're simply looking for tool storage, there are much better, heavier-duty options in the same price point. This Milwaukee chest is 400lbs. The HF one is nearly 1000lbs and has a 4400lbs weight capacity vs this one's 2200lbs capacity.
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Not sure why you're getting downvoted. I suspect people just assume when they see "harbor freight" it's gotta be crap. The reality is Harbor Freight's non-entry level tool chests are some of the best on the market and a ridiculously good value. You aren't going to find any pros knocking them unless they haven't done their homework. I'd say this Milwaukee option isn't bad if you could use a mobile work surface and pegboard along with a lighter-duty tool chest, but if you're simply looking for tool storage, there are much better, heavier-duty options in the same price point. This Milwaukee chest is 400lbs. The HF one is nearly 1000lbs and has a 4400lbs weight capacity vs this one's 2200lbs capacity.
I call BS. Even their "professional" level Icon 73" doesn't weigh 1000lbs.

And I bet the 4400lbs capacity is referring to the casters where-as the Milwuakee's 2200lbs is probably referring to what you can put in the drawers.
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