Keter Tool Chest

I first found out about Keter when I was at Costco and saw the work bench.  I thought it was cool, but seriously, it was plastic.  How well could it be built?  Turns out it was 10 times better than I ever thought.  Then I saw they had Deck Boxes.  I have heard most deck boxes are junk and fall apart.  However I thought I would give that a shot.  Again, this thing surprised me and was 10 times better than I thought.  So now we tried the Tool Chest.  I have to say I really didn’t expect much from the tool chest, but again this thing was 10 times better than I thought.  When will I learn that Keter just kicks A**?  They make quality stuff that exceeds expectations and just works the way it should, well better than it should.

If you want a portable tool chest that is awesome, you have to check these out.  The plastic is thick and tough.  The drawers have very nice ball bearing sliders to make them easy to open and close.  Plus you can stack these in any configuration.  Not only that, you can attach very nice casters that come with the unit and make it a mobile station.  Now you know I love T-staks, but I can honesty say these blow T-Staks away.  The plastic is much thicker, the design is much better and they are great storage boxes for anyone.  You don’t have to be in the trades or looking for storage for tools.  You can use this for crafts, for kids toys and just about anything you want.  These things are incredible and I just can’t say anything more without sounding like a salesman, so I am stopping here.

 

7 COMMENTS

  1. I have 2 sets in red I bought at SAMs Club for $59 for each 3 pc. I like them in black much better. Where can you pick them up at? Thanks for the video

  2. These look nice. I bought a Keter tool box for my hand tools from Walmart several years ago. I still keep several hand tools in it, mostly stuff my wife uses to fix things around the house. It served its purpose all these years & continues. I’ve seen all your others videos on the brand & this brands seems okay. I would consider these boxes for my brother who is not that into tools for his garage to be more organized. This way he or his wife will not go thru the house looking for tools I need to repair stuff. I’ll check out the site to see the $$$. Laters TIA

  3. I’ve put my hands on the craftsman branded ones Eric, and I really didn’t feel like they were better than the t-staks. The locking mechanism for the drawers seemed pretty hit or miss. It didn’t seem to engage or disengage consistently or smoothly. They don’t have handles for one handed carrying, and the drawer slides didn’t feel as rugged as the t-staks.Now having said that, I’m still interested in them for a very specific purpose. But there is one thing I couldn’t figure out, because I didn’t bring my t-stak in the store with me to compare. Are these units deeper front to back inside the drawers than the t-staks? Maybe since you have both in the garage you could help me out by comparing the 2 side by side. I would really appreciate it…Thanks, Dennis….

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