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Ryobi LINK Rolling Tool Box + LINK Medium Tool Box + LINK Tool Crate

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Home Depot has Ryobi LINK Rolling Tool Box + LINK Medium Tool Box + LINK Tool Crate on sale for $149. Shipping is free.

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  • Telescoping Handle & 9 in. Wheels
  • Includes LINK Medium Tool Box and LINK Tool Crate
  • Compatible with RYOBI LINK Modular Storage System

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Ryobi Link 3 piece (2pc + crate) on sale for $149 that's a $50. savings down from $199.00 last week's price.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../318429305
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I'm a Ryobi Tool Guy but went with the Hart Stack System to haul 'em around for $89.

https://www.walmart.com/search?q=...k%20system
Seems to be a few differences at quick glance such as bigger wheels, bigger medium box, and mount to wall with link option. Open bin on top may be a pro or con depending on need

edit: carrying handles on big and medium box look handy too
The whole idea behind buying Ryobi tools is that they cost a lot less than big name brands but you still great bang for the buck.

However Ryobi tool boxes cost just as much but they're not as good as the Ridgid boxes, IMO.

I would even consider the Lowes' options of Kobalt or Craftsman TradeStack over the Ryobi as far as quality goes.

Definitely do your homework first by watching some YT comparison videos and looking at them in person.
Milwaukee is great but it's a Lot more $.
btw- I own probably 20 different Ryobi tools, so I'm not hating on the brand.

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I'm a Ryobi Tool Guy but went with the Hart Stack System to haul 'em around for $89.

https://www.walmart.com/search?q=...k%20system
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I'm a Ryobi Tool Guy but went with the Hart Stack System to haul 'em around for $89.

https://www.walmart.com/search?q=...k%20system
Thanks it's the same crap anyway so good find
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Thanks it's the same crap anyway so good find
Is it literally just rebranded hart? Or are the two different?
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I'm a Ryobi Tool Guy but went with the Hart Stack System to haul 'em around for $89.

https://www.walmart.com/search?q=...k%20system
Thoughts on it? I'm just looking for a way to organize my power tools and such better. I'm just a diyer not looking to spend a huge amount on the Milwaukee or ridgid system
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Thoughts on it? I'm just looking for a way to organize my power tools and such better. I'm just a diyer not looking to spend a huge amount on the Milwaukee or ridgid system

I'll let you know when I get it…. it's getting ready to ship.
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The ridgid system is $150 as well; doesn't have the crate, but a small parts organizer instead.

However, it looks like the ridgid cart detaches… might be a cool feature for storage.

I started looking for a set last night to help organize for vendor fairs… will have to compare the two in store to see which would work best. Thanks, OP
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The ridgid system is $150 as well; doesn't have the crate, but a small parts organizer instead.

However, it looks like the ridgid cart detaches… might be a cool feature for storage.

I started looking for a set last night to help organize for vendor fairs… will have to compare the two in store to see which would work best. Thanks, OP

I paid about $100 for the Rigid last year. I don't use it regularly, but it seems to be decent quality and fairly rugged. It just sits in the garage holding less commonly used items for me.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../315289493
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Thanks it's the same crap anyway so good find
Hilarious
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I'm a Ryobi Tool Guy but went with the Hart Stack System to haul 'em around for $89.

https://www.walmart.com/search?q=...k%20system
I've been buying the Hart organizers now that the Milwaukee one was discontinued. The hardest part is actually GETTING them. They aren't in stock locally. When you pick the ship option they still try and deliver from local stores that didn't have them. Had one driver pull up and snap a pick of their dash and leave.
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Jumped on the Rigid deal last year to store my Ryobi tools 😂
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I'm a Ryobi Tool Guy but went with the Hart Stack System to haul 'em around for $89.

https://www.walmart.com/search?q=...k%20system
Having yellow is definitely worth the extra $60!
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Having yellow is definitely worth the extra $60!
Seems to be a few differences at quick glance such as bigger wheels, bigger medium box, and mount to wall with link option. Open bin on top may be a pro or con depending on need

edit: carrying handles on big and medium box look handy too
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Most of my stuff is Ryobi but I think they overpriced this. I haven't seen this in person yet though so I don't know how well built it is.

I have the Ridgid 1.0 version and it's very heavy duty. Strong enough to stand on while working.

I'd really like to have a Ryobi set too, but I'll wait until the price comes down closer to Hart prices, especially since this has a crate instead of an organizer up top.
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