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68-Qt Plano Sportsman Trunk (Olive Green)

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Home Depot has 68-Quart Plano Sportsman Trunk (Olive Green) for $17.48. Select free store pickup only where stock permits/available.

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Key Features:
  • Tie-down extensions to secure while transporting
  • Molded grooves for sturdy stacking
  • Lockable
  • Reinforced removable lid
  • Made from high-impact plastic
  • Heavy-duty latches
  • 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty from date of purchase with original store receipt

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    • Store/transport all your gear in one convenience high impact plastic trunk
    • 68-quart total capacity
    • Removable lid that fits tightly on the base/clamps down w/ heavy duty latches
    • 4.3/5 Rating at Home Depot
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 68-Quart Plano Sportsman Trunk (Olive Green) for $17.48. Select free store pickup where available
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GreenTeaLatte asked this question on 01-12-2022 at 10:55 AM
01-12-2022 at 10:55 AM
Those have a 108qt (27 gallon) capacity, but the sides slope in as you go down. Very good for most things, but not very sturdy. The lids can crack relatively easily. I stack them two high at most. I’m considering a couple of these to replace a number of other containers in the garage as they seem quite durable and capacious enough for the few tools I have.
01-12-2022 at 10:55 AM
Yes.
The lids are lockable and much more durable, and they are stackable. I’ve had the black and yellow ones bust on me…. been using these Plano ones for years.
01-12-2022 at 01:11 PM
The HDX lids are pretty flimsy. These are much sturdier and also keep the the tote weather resistant. I glued a strip of weatherseal into the groove of the lid to make it practically waterproof and dustproof as well for outdoor storage. Make sure its a very thin strip though or else the latches won't close. I think I got the 1/4" one and cut them in half.
mmmmattd asked this question on 01-12-2022 at 10:37 AM
01-12-2022 at 10:37 AM
Quick Google search showed me 42.99 on Amazon matching the title
01-12-2022 at 01:15 PM
I don't know, but I got my 108 quart Plano sportsman trunks for $40 regular price at Cabela so I can tell you the $65 regular price on these up above is wrong. $17.50 seems like a decent deal considering the size though. If I could do it again, I'd get some of the 68-qt ones in addition to my 108-qt wheeled trunks since they are convenient for camping. The bigger trunks are a bit of a hassle to carry around though.
Yesterday at 10:37 AM
The current regular price is $17.98. This has been the regular price in my area for over a year. So not sure why the deal. I think however that Lowes has been raising prices on storage that has wheels. I have noticed other products that were $18 before now being priced to up to $45 or $1 per gallon.

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I almost purchased these Plano boxes last year but ended up with this:
https://www.target.com/p/sterilit...nk=sametab

Reasons: More than double the storage and a gasket to keep out dust/moisture. Purchased for $13 in store, I keep it bungee corded in the bed of my truck and use it to stow misc items.
The Plano will have thicker walls for more durability, but I'm not tossing this item around. It stays put. I hope this helps anyone!
That's a lot smaller than it appears, only 17 gallons.
I have two of these bolted to the top of my Jeep's roof rack for over a year, and they have surprisingly withstood weather and being banged up against tree branches off road (like seriously big tree branches) without damage yet. Pricing wise, I bought two more Jan 1 last year and paid $16.78 each, so not quite a slick deal. But I may order one as a spare, because sooner or later I'm going to break one!

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Is this any better than buying the large black and yellow totes?
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Seems to be the regular price?
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Is this any better than buying the large black and yellow totes?
Yes.
The lids are lockable and much more durable, and they are stackable. I've had the black and yellow ones bust on me…. been using these Plano ones for years.
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I have the green one for my truck bed. Works great for keeping straps, rachets, bungee cords, etc. Keeps everything dry even in rain
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Is the interior a rectangle without any supports, or is does it have supports which result in much less usable space? Basically, is it a wide open interior like a tote?

I recall looking at their olive green totes a couple of years ago and decided not to buy because they were very flimsy and the interior had a bunch of supports taking up storage space.
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Really cheap and thin looking. Looks like it will fall apart any second.
I don't know where you're getting any of this. I have several of these and they are far more durable than those plastic storage bins. You could sit or stand on top of them if you wanted to
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Is the interior a rectangle without any supports, or is does it have supports which result in much less usable space? Basically, is it a wide open interior like a tote?

I recall looking at their olive green totes a couple of years ago and decided not to buy because they were very flimsy and the interior had a bunch of supports taking up storage space.
No interior supports on this one. Imo they are more durable than storage options double the cost
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That's a lot smaller than it appears, only 17 gallons.
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Is this any better than buying the large black and yellow totes?
Been waiting for <$8 for months.
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Does anyone know if the plastic it is made from will deteriate in left outside in the sunlight?

The description doesn't mention, so probably no. However I searched through the Question/Answer area and saw three people who used them outside. I don't know how long they owned them though.
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That's a lot smaller than it appears, only 17 gallons.
1 cubic foot = ~6 1/4 gallons. Doesn't seem right, but it is.

So this thing will hold about 2 3/4 cubic feet of stuff.

I find it useful to know I can divide the gallons by 6 1/4 to find cubic feet. It's easier to visualize cubic feet, for me.
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Really cheap and thin looking. Looks like it will fall apart any second.
Although these look lightweight, with the lid installed and latched I've stood on these and felt very stable. These are sturdy and worth every penny.
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