Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Capacity cu. in.:||2730|
|Width Range:||26 to 32 in.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||7.5|
|Wheels or Casters:||No|
|Color/Finish:||Red/black / Textured|
|Number of Handles:||1|
|Number of Drawers:||N/A|
|Self Latching Drawers:||No|
|Widest Drawer Width (In.):||N/A|
|Materials & Finish:|
Ratings & Reviews
Use This 26-In. Plastic Tool Box for Jobs on the Go
This Craftsman 26-in. plastic tool box is not a flimsy discount store box; it's a sturdy, heavy duty, solid box so good it gets to carry the Craftsman name. You don't always want to lug a heavy tool chest with you for a small job, and this is the perfect tool box for filling with jus the tools you need for the job.
Solid, portable and dependable, this is one 26-in. plastic tool box that is made to last. Extra-thick plastic material gives you a hard-working tool box that promises years of performance. Yet, it's very lightweight, and you get the added benefit that the plastic won't scratch surfaces so you can put it anywhere.
- This high-quality Craftsman 26-in. plastic tool box boasts a 2,730 cubic inch capacity, so it's able to hold a slew of tools
- The removable tote tray allows you to carry your most commonly used tools with ease
- The full-length metal hinge pin gives this tool box extra strength and durability
- The over molded comfort-grip top handle distributes the weight of your tools evenly for easy carrying
- Two draw bolt latches are included and each one has its own padlock eye if you choose to purchase locks for this utilitarian and good-looking tool box
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
I sometimes travel extended distances, and I want to make sure I have the tools I need when I get there. I purchased this box because another reviewer wrote it can carry the Craftsman two foot level (it does). But I also wanted a tough box to carry the sledge hammers, crow bars, wrecking bars, etc I normally need and use. (Don't want these heavy items banging around in my trunk or pickup bed.) There is quite a bit of weight when I load this box with all that gear, but the handle and the ribbed box handle it. (Note: if the box is unevenly loaded, the lid may not close completely, but a little pressure aligns it correctly.)
I think I have about 70 pounds worth of tools in this thing. My only complaint is that it's become annoying to actually carry it anywhere. I have never owned another plastic box that would support this much weight without breaking. I do notice that all the weight causes the front to kind of bow out so you have to push it in to line up the hasps when closing, but it seems to have no problem holding the weight. Even the plastic handle on the top still feels strong. I am looking to get another one so I don't have to lift one really heavy one, but two lighter ones!
Garden Grove, CA
This tool box is one of the more sturdy versions I have seen, plenty of room, but not too big to fit under the kitchen sink; the inner tray fits neatly, with plenty of under tray room. This version is long enough to insert interior storage modules, and the plastic is solid enough to take a beating, also great for rust protection, since no liquid gets in.
Finally, I have a tool box that fits my 24" Starrett Blade for my Square, & its light weight so it doesn't add to the existing weight of all my tools.
I purchased this box with the hopes of using it for a certain purpose. That didn't work out (my fault entirely) so it quickly became for another purpose. I am currently using it for tools and parts needed for maintenance and upkeep of a sprinkler system and an evaporative cooler. So far it is a nice fit for this purpose. It is well built and I prefer this type of hasp to the wide stiff latches on some other brands. The box is molded in a way that the latches are recessed which should help prevent accidental snagging and opening. I still recommend using some type of clip or lock to really make sure you don't receive a surprise that necessitates the picking up of a box full of tools. All in all this is really a nice box.
this is a poorly made tool box, with a bad handle that is only good for carrying soft goods like cotton balls. like most of sears items over the last few years, it is unworthy of any craftsmans time. it would be better to throw away 28 dollars and use a plastic shopping bag
Great for the. plumber that uses this box every day .TOUGH!!! Have used my old one day in and day out for 10 or so years and is starting to show it=s wear & tear!!! GREAT BUY for the money!!! have my new one on order!!!
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