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5-Drawer HDX All-In-One Tool Chest & Cabinet Combo with Riser: 2 for $90 or 1 for EXPIRED

YoTony 598 June 7, 2013 at 08:46 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 06-20-2013 at 06:58 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has 5-Drawer HDX All-In-One Tool Chest & Cabinet Combo with Riser (C-295BRD) on sale for: 1 for $50 or 2 for $90 after promo code JUNEHD (apply at checkout). Select free-in store pickup option only. Thanks YoTony

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Edited June 23, 2013 at 05:54 PM by YoTony
http://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-5-...bH_zUBvCN0


Add 2 to your cart and apply code JUNEHD to save $10 making them $45 each (Coupon expires 6/23)


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YES YOU GET EVERYTHING PICTURED!!

COMES IN ONE BOX!!

DIMENSIONS OF BOX ARE 30x30x18


Great all-in-one tool chest & cabinet set. Ideal tool & supply storage for the homeowner. 5 ball bearing drawers plus top chest lid storage and large bulk storage behind cabinet bi-fold doors. Totally key lockable. The riser fits between the chest & cabinet to allow for staging or additional tool storage. All steel construction protected by a durable powder coat paint finish.

25 lb rated ball bearing drawer slides for smooth operation
All steel construction with a tough powder coat paint finish
Internal keyed locking system ensure your tools stay secure
Includes riser for additional storage & staging area
Lockable cabinet doors are perfect for larger tools and bulk items
3 in. x 1 in. swivel casters support up to 300lbs
Dimensions: 26.4 in. W x 14 in. D x 52.8 in. H
MFG Model # : C-295BRD
MFG Part # : C-295BRD
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Last Edited by Follywood June 24, 2013 at 04:56 AM
This item is out of stock at most stores and is now back to $85.

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Normally $99. Just please go see it for yourself in person before ordering. Words like "ideal" "great" and "durable" are not words I'd choose to describe this personally, though I expect that's the manufacturer's description and not the OP's.
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Quote from Krogan View Post :
Normally $99. Just please go see it for yourself in person before ordering. Words like "ideal" "great" and "durable" are not words I'd choose to describe this personally, though I expect that's the manufacturer's description and not the OP's.

Plenty of reviews and pictures on the description page. If you want a pro series 800lb tool chest, look elsewhere. For $80 it is more than sufficient for the average homeowners that have tools lying around everywhere or have to rummage through totes to find what they need.
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which one do you think is better? The HDX one or the Craftsman that is on sale also for $89?
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which one do you think is better? The HDX one or the Craftsman that is on sale also for $89?

This one has ball bearing drawers slides which is pretty decent in a budget box. The Craftsman doesn't according to reviews.
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This one has ball bearing drawers slides which is pretty decent in a budget box. The Craftsman doesn't according to reviews.
Yeah looks like it. Cancelled my craftsman and got this one! Thanks! Should be enough for my needs Smilie
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Tempting for $80 but I have checked this out in store and it's pretty thin gauge metal. For the previous price of $99, no way would I purchase it. At $80 it's tempting me but my rational brain is telling me I'd be better off spending a few bucks more for something better, even without ball bearing slides.
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Tempting for $80 but I have checked this out in store and it's pretty thin gauge metal. For the previous price of $99, no way would I purchase it. At $80 it's tempting me but my rational brain is telling me I'd be better off spending a few bucks more for something better, even without ball bearing slides.
Yeah, it amazes me what they get away with on tool boxes these days. The only 'newer' chest I've bought this this one:
http://www.lowes.com/pd_57447-471...facetInfo=

For the money, I think it's the best buy. The last two years it's been a bFriday deal where you get something with it. When I bought mine two years ago I got a 200pc (roughly) Task Force toolset with case -- which aren't the best on earth but they've been great for a portable set of sockets I don't have to kill children over when they use them for their bikes and skateboards. Ha.

My parents got me a Craftsman toolbox for Christmas this past year. I didn't really need it but I guess they thought I did. I got it out and put it together - the whole thing couldn't weigh more than 40lbs - I'm afraid to put tools in it for fear they might bend the drawers and render them inoperable.

Looked it up the other day at sears and it was on 'sale' for $160. Unbelievable what they're getting away with these days. Some things, folks, you don't skimp on. I've got a stack-on tool chest in my garage that's probably 30 or so years old - you could beat it with a sledge hammer and probably dent the hammer.

Some things are worth paying more for.

The Task Force chest from Lowes, can't praise that thing enough compared to others I've looked at in that price range. Solid, ball bearing drawers. Good latches, multiple locking points single keyed, solid enough guage steel for your average home do-it-yourselfer -- even a shop mechanic would probably be able to skate by with that box -- were it not for the small size.
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Quote from Gommer View Post :
Yeah, it amazes me what they get away with on tool boxes these days. The only 'newer' chest I've bought this this one:
http://www.lowes.com/pd_57447-471...facetInfo=

For the money, I think it's the best buy. The last two years it's been a bFriday deal where you get something with it. When I bought mine two years ago I got a 200pc (roughly) Task Force toolset with case -- which aren't the best on earth but they've been great for a portable set of sockets I don't have to kill children over when they use them for their bikes and skateboards. Ha.

My parents got me a Craftsman toolbox for Christmas this past year. I didn't really need it but I guess they thought I did. I got it out and put it together - the whole thing couldn't weigh more than 40lbs - I'm afraid to put tools in it for fear they might bend the drawers and render them inoperable.

Looked it up the other day at sears and it was on 'sale' for $160. Unbelievable what they're getting away with these days. Some things, folks, you don't skimp on. I've got a stack-on tool chest in my garage that's probably 30 or so years old - you could beat it with a sledge hammer and probably dent the hammer.

Some things are worth paying more for.

The Task Force chest from Lowes, can't praise that thing enough compared to others I've looked at in that price range. Solid, ball bearing drawers. Good latches, multiple locking points single keyed, solid enough guage steel for your average home do-it-yourselfer -- even a shop mechanic would probably be able to skate by with that box -- were it not for the small size.

Some of us don't need to be able beat on our toolboxes with a sledgehammer. Some of us just need a convenient place to store tools that won't likely be moved more than a few times from here to there either in a garage or in a basement. I can list thousands of toolboxes better than the one in this thread. Doesn't mean it won't fit the needs of a majority of homeowners and at a decent price.
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Some of us don't need to be able beat on our toolboxes with a sledgehammer. Some of us just need a convenient place to store tools that won't likely be moved more than a few times from here to there either in a garage or in a basement. I can list thousands of toolboxes better than the one in this thread. Doesn't mean it won't fit the needs of a majority of homeowners and at a decent price.
I wasn't talking about the toolbox you linked, didn't mention it or your post, and quoted someone else directly who specifically stated their personal concern of the quality and durability. No need to get all defensive...
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I wasn't talking about the toolbox you linked, didn't mention it or your post, and quoted someone else directly who specifically stated their personal concern of the quality and durability. No need to get all defensive...
The person you quoted directly was specifically talking about the one I posted. You are the one that brought up the ability to pound your several hundred dollar toolbox with a sledgehammer as if it had anything to do with this toolbox or any other budget box. If folks want to spend hundreds or even $189 for the one you linked, they are free to do so. The one I posted will be sufficient for most homeowners with a standard set of hand/power tools. Nothing defensive about it. Just a fact. Other than linking to a more expensive alternative, what exactly did you hope to accomplish?
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Thanks got one I always looking for a tool chest I guess this will do the job, I have too many tools laying around.
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For anyone with a Menards nearby, they sell a similar, albeit slightly shorter, box for ~$60 several times a year.

Quote from YoTony View Post :
The person you quoted directly was specifically talking about the one I posted. You are the one that brought up the ability to pound your several hundred dollar toolbox with a sledgehammer as if it had anything to do with this toolbox or any other budget box. If folks want to spend hundreds or even $189 for the one you linked, they are free to do so. The one I posted will be sufficient for most homeowners with a standard set of hand/power tools. Nothing defensive about it. Just a fact. Other than linking to a more expensive alternative, what exactly did you hope to accomplish?
Quote from extremerider View Post :
Tempting for $80 but I have checked this out in store and it's pretty thin gauge metal. For the previous price of $99, no way would I purchase it. At $80 it's tempting me but my rational brain is telling me I'd be better off spending a few bucks more for something better, even without ball bearing slides.
Seems fairly clear to me gommer was hoping to present an alternative, and his opinion of said alternative, for a few bucks more. Doesn't really seem worth getting bent out of shape over, OP.
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