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Stanley FATMAX 3-Piece Modular Rolling Organizer Tower w/ Long Handle EXPIRED

Posted 01-02-2017 by subrunner at 11:32 AM
Sears and KMart both have Stanley FATMAX 3-Piece Modular Rolling Organizer Tower w/ Long Handle (FMST60404) on sale for $69.99 with free in-store pick up. Thanks subrunner

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Written by brisar

Whether at home or at the jobsite, this is a great way to store and transport tools of all sizes. - brisar

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Edited January 2, 2017 at 06:00 PM by cricket702
Sears has the Stanley 3-piece mobile tool storage system [sears.com] for $69.99, down from $129.99. Couldn't find a lower price anywhere else.

Looks like shipping isn't available for some reason, but a big discount on a great tool storage system if you can do local pickup.

My first post, so apologies for any missing info!

http://www.sears.com/stanley-fmst...ockType=G9
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These staks are interchangeable with the Dewalt ones as well. Good deal!
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There's one a the Sears Outlet in Lincoln NE for $40.

Are there other photos?

I was hoping it was one of these [zoro.com]
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These look inferior to the Ridgid ones
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<sigh> "Store Pickup Not Available within..."
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These look inferior to the Ridgid ones
You know these are the economy rated boxes right? You would want to compare the Dewalt tough system boxes to the ridgid. In that comparison the Ridgid are inferior.
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Ordered one and picked it up earlier tonight. Not bad at all for 3 boxes. I'm actually going to fill them with board games/miniatures in Plano organization trays.
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Quote from Altimusprime View Post :
Ordered one and picked it up earlier tonight. Not bad at all for 3 boxes. I'm actually going to fill them with board games/miniatures in Plano organization trays.
I actually might use these to build a mobile solar battery bank, just not so sure of the weight limits from a stability standpoint. I know the Ridgid one can handle a nice big 70 aH in the bottoms trunk, actually 2
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For anyone looking for something sturdy, suggest you check them out in person. These are the same design as the DeWalt Tstak which I use extensively. But I looked at this new model at Lowes and the bottom unit, although a good idea , is rather flimsy. I don't think it would hold up to a lot of use with heavy weight.
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Quote from WhoMeCheap? View Post :
There's one a the Sears Outlet in Lincoln NE for $40.

Are there other photos?

I was hoping it was one of these [zoro.com]
How did you see that? I'd likely go in for that one if I knew it was available.
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I logged in and found 12000 "surpise points" in my SYW account that took another $12 off. Check your points. Its funny... I almost never buy anything from sears, and when I do, it seems there is always free money in my SYW account.
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Would this be a nice gift for the homeless?
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How did you see that? I'd likely go in for that one if I knew it was available.
I followed the OP's link, highlighted "FATMAX 3-Piece Modular" then right-clicked it and searched Google.
THe third hit is Sears Outlet and shows that the price range starts at $39.xx. Follow that link.
Click "View All" then sort by price low to high.

They're all up at $60 now. Someone bought the Nebraska one.
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You know these are the economy rated boxes right? You would want to compare the Dewalt tough system boxes to the ridgid. In that comparison the Ridgid are inferior.
I work construction and definitely prefer the Ridgid over DeWalt but both are very good. Only thing that sucks about both of the brand's are the plastic wheels on the bigger box. The wheels will never hold up to the abuse we put them thru.
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