Craftsman 5-Drawer Standard Duty Ball-Bearing Tool Center - BlackItem# 00931013000 | Model# 112225
Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Capacity cu. in.:||9970|
|Drawer Weight Capacity (lbs.):||30|
|Width Range:||26 to 32 in.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||71|
|Weight Rating:||Basic - Up to 400 lb. capacity|
|Wheels or Casters:||Yes|
|Color/Finish:||Black / Baked enamel|
|Number of Handles:||0|
|Wheels & Tires:|
|Caster/Wheel Size:||3 x 1 in.|
|Number of Casters/Wheels:||4|
|Drawer Slide Type:||Ball bearing|
|Has Bulk Storage Area:||Yes|
|Number of Drawers:||5|
|Worksurface Material:||Rubber mat|
|Number of Drawer Banks:||1|
|Self Latching Drawers:||No|
|Widest Drawer Width (In.):||22.125|
|Materials & Finish:|
Ratings & Reviews
5-Drawer Standard Duty Ball-Bearing Tool Center Keeps Everything Together Smartly
The Craftsman 5-drawer standard duty ball-bearing tool center offers an ideal storage solution for tools and supplies with a thoughtful design and at a great price. With separate top and bottom chests, the tool center offers drawers in varying sizes to store hand tools, power tools, parts and everything in between. The bulk storage area on the bottom offers plenty of space for larger gear such as welding helmets and circular saws.
The 5-drawer standard duty ball-bearing tool center features ball-bearing slides, hinged supports, caster wheels, and an external keyed locking system. You get easy, quick access to the tools that you use most frequently. With a simple twist of a key, you have a peace of mind about the security of your gear. Simply load all of your gear into this Craftsman tool center and get to work. The tool center is a solid addition to any personal or professional workshop.
- Get the storage and organization that you need for your work area tools and supplies with the Craftsman 5-drawer standard duty ball-bearing tool center
- Available in classic black to blend in seamlessly in any work environment
- All-steel construction ensures strength and durability
- Cover support props the lid in an open position to keep tools readily accessible
- Accommodates 30 pounds per drawer
- 9,976 cubic inches of storage space
- Measures 44.25" H x 26.5" W x 14" D
- Weighs 77 pounds
- Assembly required
- Three-year limited warranty
- Can be paired with Craftsman drawer liners (65514) and accessories (sold separately)
Added on July 16, 2011
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Most Helpful Reviews
I can see perfectly how these can get dented in shipping and transportation very easily. The Manufacture only puts Styrofoam in the corners of the box and the top and bottom. There is no protection on the flat areas of the box to speak of. You can guarantee if your having this shipped by UPS (worthless shippers) or fedex (overworked shippers) or USPS (overpaid shippers) be prepared for dents and dings. The package is quite heavy for one person and like holding a big screen TV, it is not easy. I must of been lucky because mine was perfect out of the box. The only construction is the wheels and that ain't nothing. The upper tool box is in the bottom compartment and I just laid the entire thing on it's back, loosened the 4 bolts on the bottom holding the box nice and stable inside and as you remove it, you have to close the bottom door a little to pass the box past the door and out of that area. It wasn't hard either, just awkward. There are 4 casters, one with a tire lock, 2 of them turn and two of them are stationary trailer wheels, but well made. They seem a little looser then I have seen before so I will inject grease on the bearings to keep them from falling out until I get the box on it's wheels. I am very happy with this purchase and it is definitely worth the cost. The drawers sliders are only riveted onto the main compartment sliders and stuff, so I see a possible re-rivet sometime later in the future. The cabinet is a decent gauge metal that can be dented and scratched, but they will be made by me and not the crappy shipping companies signatures on it. Overall, I think this is worth buying and would do it again.
Careful, this is no longer the standard duty it once was. I have a standard duty that was good, but not great. It was sturdy enough and supported a middle drawer plus a chest on top without any problem. For the price, I was pleased. This however is no where near the same same standard duty steel thickness that was used in my model from a few years ago. Floppy is the best way to describe it. The bottom door is so thin it gets stuck moving in and out because it bends as you try to keep it in the tack. The top and sidewalls are very thin. It came with a dent which I banger out far too easily, adding even more evidence of my theory. What's even more scary is that this unit has the holes pre-drilled for the middle drawer. No way would I put that kind of weight on top of this. Step up to the heavy duty if you want to have a three layer set.
Bought this online with in store pickup. Was very easy to get from the store and an employee helped me load it into my car. The box was packaged well with no dents when opened, however the top section of the box is bolted inside the bottom section. While taking it out I scratched the top of the box, as you need to pick it up over the bottom lip and it caught the track for the door on top. There isn't a whole lot of space to get it out without either scratching the box or tearing up your hands, so be very careful when taking it out. I filled the scratches with some black sharpie and it's barely noticeable, it's a toolbox after all so scratches are going to happen. Speaking of tearing up your hands, the inside edges of the box are SHARP sheet metal. I took a good slice out of my thumb putting the casters on when my wrench slipped. Completely my fault, but fair warning the edges are unforgiving. Outside of the issues with assembly it seems to be a solid tool box for a non-professional. Plenty of space and looks nice in the garage.
This tool chest is very inexpensive -- and it is made so. To be fair, it is perfect for occasional use, but it is not to be confused with better built cabinets sold by Sears at higher price points. It is so inexpensive, I am using it exclusively to store nails, screws and assorted washers/nuts. Perfect for that. I do not believe the build would hold up to regular tool box use. The bottom-line: If you want a well built tool chest then spend the extra money on one of Sears higher end models (which are very good -- I have a few). This is NOT a tool box that meets the needs of the professional or discriminating buyer. (That said: you get what you pay for.)
Moreno Valley, CA
the 5-drawer standard duty ball-bearing tool center is great for a new homeowner like me. I'm not a hardcore handyman, but there are things around the house that need get done occasionally. this helps store my tool collection.