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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 09:46 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 06-20-2013 at 07:58 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 06:54 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)


Props to stu4084 for new price PLEASE SEND REPS HIS WAY!!!

http://slickdeals.net/forums/member.php?u=291745


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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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http://www.lowes.com/pd_57447-471...facetInfo=
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.
I have plenty of older BB Craftsman cabinets and checked out the TaskForce and was quite impressed for the money too!
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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.
$110 is a "few bucks more"? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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$110 is a "few bucks more"? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
Compared to a nice, say $800, box, a $189 box is a few bucks more than an $80 box.

From Websters:

Definition of FEW adjective
1: consisting of or amounting to only a small number <one of our few pleasures>
2: at least some but indeterminately small in number —used with a <caught a few fish>

Context matters. A few doesn't automatically mean 2 or 3.
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OMG calm down you guys stop nit picking the post. This is a low end box for sure but it's way more than the masses really need to be honest. I've been looking for a decent cheap/medium range setup for quite a while but I just can't justify the prices as I'm cheap. I've been working out of 3 large plastic toolboxes my entire adult life so the toolbox definitely does not make that much difference to the quality of the work you can do trust me.

Obviously if you're working on cars all the time or whatever you will want to step up to something more substantial. I don't think this is the set for me but it would serve nicely for most homeowners.

Thanks for posting!
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Quote from fitzejunk View Post :
Compared to a nice, say $800, box, a $189 box is a few bucks more than an $80 box.

From Websters:

Definition of FEW adjective
1: consisting of or amounting to only a small number
2: at least some but indeterminately small in number —used with a

Context matters. A few doesn't automatically mean 2 or 3.
dude this website is called slickdeal! Thats NOT a few bucks more thats over a $100 more, give it up.
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Quote from fitzejunk View Post :
Compared to a nice, say $800, box, a $189 box is a few bucks more than an $80 box.

From Websters:

Definition of FEW adjective
1: consisting of or amounting to only a small number <one of our few pleasures>
2: at least some but indeterminately small in number —used with a <caught a few fish>

Context matters. A few doesn't automatically mean 2 or 3.
If you actually believe $190 is a few more dollars than $80, you need to either spend more time on SD or give up completely as your sense of financial matters is seriously warped. If Gommer or you can come up with a better alternative within this price range, feel free to post. Anything else is comparing apples to oranges and not worth anymore of my time.

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OMG calm down you guys stop nit picking the post. This is a low end box for sure but it's way more than the masses really need to be honest. I've been looking for a decent cheap/medium range setup for quite a while but I just can't justify the prices as I'm cheap. I've been working out of 3 large plastic toolboxes my entire adult life so the toolbox definitely does not make that much difference to the quality of the work you can do trust me.

Obviously if you're working on cars all the time or whatever you will want to step up to something more substantial. I don't think this is the set for me but it would serve nicely for most homeowners.

Thanks for posting!
You're welcome Thumbup
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I understand the thinking to pay a bit more for higher quality/durability. I'm tempted to as I like good quality stuff. And I've seen some seriously lame toolboxes that I could dent with my pinkie.

However, I could get two of these for less than the price of one of the nicer ones, which makes this a much slicker deal for me. Will check it out in-store first to see how cheap it really feels though...
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If you actually believe $190 is a few more dollars than $80, you need to either spend more time on SD or give up completely as your sense of financial matters is seriously warped. If Gommer or you can come up with a better alternative within this price range, feel free to post. Anything else is comparing apples to oranges and not worth anymore of my time.



You're welcome Thumbup
My my. Context is everything. Regardless, I actually think this is a decent deal, though I'd want to physically knock on it before buying; there's cheap, and there's tinfoil cheap. I was simply pointing out that you seem pretty worked up about anyone questiong how amazing your deal is, valid or not.

For an alternative, though not cheaper at the moment, I mentioned a Menards box above.

http://www.menards.com/main/tools...c-9188.htm

Similar quality, I think, and goes on sale multiple times a year for ~$60ish. Smaller, but the top box is easily removable and lockable, which I find handy.

At any rate, I'll add my thanks for posting. If I didn't already have the box above, I'd be giving this a long look.
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I picked up the version without middle section for ~$50 last year.

Pros: good box to organize all small hand/power tools needed for most homeowners.

Cons: The hinge on the top lid is flimsy tin foil held together with equally craptastic rivets. The lock-bar that locks the top drawers shut when the lid is closed and unlocks drawers when opened puts too much stress on the hinge.

Either pull the pin and disconnect the hinge lock-bar from the top lid or be careful when opening/closing the top lid to avoid bending, crumbling and mangling the hinge.
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maybe OP's a home depot rep....truly believes in the product and gets paid for it! Hah

price is about right..i would think about getting it at this price...
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maybe OP's a home depot rep....truly believes in the product and gets paid for it! Hah

price is about right..i would think about getting it at this price...
Made it pretty clear that I could list a thousand boxes better than this. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out this isn't top quality. Saying something is sufficient for the price point for most homeowners is hardly being in love with it. Just don't find ignorant comparisons to higher quality and higher cost alternatives beneficial in any way, shape or form other than to troll and threadcrap, which seems to be a hobby of more than a few SD'ers lately. Overall the reviews of the product seem to indicate most were pleased with it and that shipping damage seemed to be an issue more than actual quality. I will take those reviews at face value and figure you get what you pay for and live with it and a return is simple if shipping damage renders it useless.
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I picked up the version without middle section for ~$50 last year.

Pros: good box to organize all small hand/power tools needed for most homeowners.

Cons: The hinge on the top lid is flimsy tin foil held together with equally craptastic rivets. The lock-bar that locks the top drawers shut when the lid is closed and unlocks drawers when opened puts too much stress on the hinge.

Either pull the pin and disconnect the hinge from the top lid or be careful when opening/closing the top lid to avoid bending, crumbling and mangling the hinge.
Would you mind providing a link to the one without the riser? I don't see it listed on HD.
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"ball bearing drawers slides" doesn't make it a decent product.

Don't buy this without seeing one in person.
Its a lousy light-weight version with minimalistic "ball bearing drawers slides"
Shame on Home Depot, actually!
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Would you mind providing a link to the one without the riser? I don't see it listed on HD.
Big Grin Oops, sorry. It's actually this Husky 6 drawer combo [homedepot.com]. It was clearanced out in stores. I think to make way for the HDX equivalent.

Husky is "supposed" to be a step up from HDX. But there is no way in hell the HDX has a better hinge. Both boxes look the same to me.

Also, picked up a few rolls of Husky drawer liner. It's thick, grips tools well and stays in place no matter what. One roll is enough to line the box. Get extra roll in case you make a mistake in measure or cut Smilie

Get a 50 cent box of chalk. Break a couple of pieces in half and put in each drawer. Helps to prevent rust and oxidation.
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Big Grin Oops, sorry. It's actually this Husky 6 drawer combo [homedepot.com]. It was clearanced out in stores. I think to make way for the HDX equivalent.

Husky is "supposed" to be a step up from HDX. But there is no way in hell the HDX has a better hinge. Both boxes look the same to me.

Also, picked up a few rolls of Husky drawer liner. It's thick, grips tools well and stays in place no matter what. One roll is enough to line the box. Get extra roll in case you make a mistake in measure or cut Smilie

Get a 50 cent box of chalk. Break a couple of pieces in half and put in each drawer. Helps to prevent rust and oxidation.
Funny that one got 53 4 1/2 star avg. reviews so apparently, on average, they completely disagree with you. Must have been clearanced out for $60 and if you did pay that price, you got a steal. This is all China mass produced minimal quality goods that are thrown together for pennies on the dollar. We get it. Does it meet your needs? It appears so as you didn't return it even with the lousy hinge. Thanks for the link.
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