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Harbor Freight Yukon Vs Home Depot Husky Tool Chest Free (09:46) (13.41 MB) - admision camp

Hoarbor Freight announced their Yukon 46 inch 9 drawer rolling tool chest in two new colors today. There have been comparisons to The Home Depots Husky chest which similar. But is it a fair comparison? Watch the video and judge for yourself and let me know what you think in the comments below.
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#57440 - $339.99 - YUKON
46 In. 9-Drawer Mobile Storage Cabinet With Solid Wood Top - Blue
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#57439 - $339.99 - YUKON
46 In. 9-Drawer Mobile Storage Cabinet With Solid Wood Top - White
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#H46MWC9XD-TL - $348 - HUSKY
46 in. W 9-Drawer, Deep Tool Chest Mobile Workbench in Gloss Black with Hardwood Top
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46 in. W 9-Drawer, Deep Tool Chest Mobile Workbench in Gloss Blue with Hardwood Top
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Why I Ordered a Harbor Freight US General Rolling Tool Cabinet

US General 44 inch Double Bank Black Roller Cabinet

A few days ago I ordered a new US General 44″ rolling tool cabinet from Harbor Freight. The question is: out of all the different varieties of tool cabinets out there, why did I buy the US General? Read on and find out.

First off, since my local stores don’t stock large tool storage items, the only way to purchase them is to “presale” them and have them delivered to the store. This means I have to wait several weeks before I can pick it up, but I wanted to discuss my reasoning behind this purchase in the meantime.

I’ve tested a few large tool storage solutions for Toolguyd over the past few years and have owned a few more Craftsman and Masterforce cabinets. For the items I’ve reviewed, I’ve had some good experiences — take the Husky Workbench and the Milwaukee tool chest and cabinet for example. I also had one series of nightmare experiences with the Sears Craftsman tool storage combo, although the actual tool cabinet and chest weren’t that bad.

Now I’m finally getting around to donating the last of the workbench and tool chests to a local robotics team, and I want a permanent home for all my hand tools.

I know exactly what I want:

  • Large top drawer and lots and lots of shallow drawers
  • No wasted storage behind a door
  • Around 40″ wide
  • No purchasing sight-unseen
  • Decent construction at an affordable price
  • Smooth drawer slides
  • No gimmicky power outlets, USB Chargers, or pegboard
  • Good reputation

Type of Storage

Husky Mobile Workbench storage area with shelves

For the space allocated in my garage and how I plan to use the tool cabinet, all the “consumer” tool cabinets, chests, and workbenches at the local stores waste valuable space with large drawers and cabinet doors. I want to store hand tools and I want to store a lot of them in a small space.

Jack stands in the Craftsman 41inch storage combo

Now, I understand the tool storage at hardware stores are designed for the homeowner that has a small garage workshop and is looking for ONE place to store all of their tools, but that isn’t my use case. I don’t store my power tools in the garage because batteries don’t respond well to the subzero and 100+ degree temperatures that I get in my Minnesota garage for what seems like 6 months out of the year.

Husky Mobile Workbench with Pegboard Top drawer loaded

One thing I think many cabinets and workbenches do right, is the wide upper drawer that spans the entire width of the cabinet. It is really nice to have one drawer that can handle storing all your ratchets, sockets, and accessories. This is my most-opened drawer.

US General 44 inch Roller Cabinet Bottom Drawer

The US General 44″ cabinet at Harbor Freight meets all of my above requirements. It has a full-width upper drawer, 10 shallow drawers for hand tool storage, and two deeper, but not too deep drawers on the bottom for storing taller tools.

Construction vs Affordability

My second set of criteria was that I wanted something well-built at an affordable price. A corollary of these criteria is that I won’t purchase something sight-unseen. I have to be able to see and touch the same (or very similar) model to make sure of the quality. This limited my search to stores in my area that sell tool cabinets and workbenches.

Each store I visited had their share of lower-quality and entry-price options, as well as well-built and higher-price options. Home Depot sells Milwaukee and Husky tool storage products.

Not surprising to me, all of the Milwaukee options I saw were were solidly built, but also more expensive. Husky was a split between lower-quality and entry-priced models, and higher-quality more premium-priced models.

Milwaukee 40-inch Stainless Steel-Topped Mobile Workbench

The only higher-quality option that really seemed to fit my criteria at Home Depot was the stainless steel-topped, 40″ wide Milwaukee mobile workbench. It has an affordable price and is well built, but it just didn’t have the type of drawer configuration I was looking for.

At my local Lowes stores, the only options they had were Craftsman and Kobalt. Frankly, all of the Craftsman models were overpriced for their construction. They were made with thinner steel and all but the most expensive models used cheap drawer slides.

Kobalt 41 inch Stainless Steel Tool Cabinet

Kobalt had few models available, and the only one in several stores that came close to my criteria was this Kobalt 41″ stainless steel cabinet. While it had a more useful-to-me drawer layout than the Milwaukee workbench I was looking at, it was $250 more expensive.

That pretty much left Harbor Freight. To be honest, I’ve heard good things about US General tool boxes, but I never saw myself buying expensive tool storage cabinets from Harbor Freight. Harbor Freight actually has three different lines of tool cabinets: Yukon, US General, and Icon.

The Yukon branded cabinets and workbenches really weren’t any better than the low-cost Husky ones. The US General tool storage seems to be a half-step below the higher-priced Husky, Kobalt and Milwaukee models. The Icon tool boxes and cabinets, while very nice, are out of my price range.

What I mean by half-step below is that the US General boxes don’t have soft-close drawers, or any of the gimmicks that I’ll talk about in the next section. Also, the the wide top drawer of the floor model is not as smooth and has a little sloppiness or shake when empty. Other than that, the construction seemed on par with the higher priced options discussed above.

I’m not mentioning Menards, Fleet Farm, or Northern Tool, because they just don’t have any selection near me right now.

No Gimmicks

Husky Mobile Workbench with Pegboard in use

Having lived with a workbench with pegboard backing for three years, I can tell you it’s not for me. I’d rather have pegboard on the wall, because there just isn’t enough space to hang much here. Second, for the few occasions that I actually moved the workbench to a different location, the pegboard restricted access to one whole side of the workbench.

I can definitely see the pegboard being useful if you have a few pieces of PPE and a few chargers that you want to keep at the ready, but to me it just was a hinderance. Sure, you could remove it, but if buying new why put money into a feature I already know I don’t like.

If I want a power strip on a bench, I can mount my own. I also never used the USB charging ports, instead preferring to use my own chargers that have fast charging capabilities. The few times I did move the bench, I always forgot to unplug it.

I can definitely see that if you have a bunch of things plugged in on the bench, having them plugged into an integral power strip saves you from unplugging everything, though.

US General Information

The last criterion is reputation. If you read the Garage Journal forums or look at online reviews, people are generally happy with their US General tool box purchases. Generally, the complaints I found all relate to the service at Harbor Freight, damage to the cabinet, or not getting what they ordered.

I found the purchasing experience to be great, and the woman who helped me with questions and ordering was very knowledgeable. Since it’s going to the store, I can refuse pickup if it’s damaged or not exactly what I ordered, so that takes care of those potential issues.

Stuart wrote about the new series 2 US General cabinets when they came out, so I’m not going to go into detail. You can refer to that post for details and specs.

Available: Now, but have to order.
Price: $500

Buy Now via Harbor Freight

Of course, I found out after I paid that there was a $50 off coupon I could have used. They said I could find it online and return with it to get the discount on my purchase.

You can also order online for home delivery, but you’ll have to pay shipping fees. At the time of this posting, we see a quote of $97 for freight.

Other Considerations

US General 44 inch Roller Cabinet Bottom Labeling

One feature that I really liked about the US General cabinet that no other cabinet or workbench had was a convenient way to label the drawers. The drawer pulls are extruded with a channel that holds a label strip and a clear plastic cover. Each drawer has a black endcap that you can pull off to remove the label strip.

I can see two potential issues right away though. First, the labels are perpendicular to the ground, so they aren’t as easy to read if you are standing up and trying to read the bottom drawer. Second Several of the end caps were missing on the display models, so either customers are destructive or they don’t stay well. But, my 3D printer might have something to say about both these issues.

To fit the 60″ Husky workbench, I rid my garage of the all the base cabinets I used for a worksurface, but I have found the Husky 60″ workbench is not a replacement. While the massive size and weight of the workbench helped keep it in place, when I really needed to apply some leverage to something in the vise, the workbench would rock back and forth. Even though the wheels are locked, the casters can still spin back and forth, allowing more movement that I would like.

To fix this issue I am going back to a fixed hardwood bench and putting the rolling tool cabinet (as well as my air compressor) under a bench with fixed legs that is further reinforced by fastening it to the wall. I haven’t decided yet whether I am going to remove the castors on the US General tool cabinet or just find a taller workbench to place it under.

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One of the most common mistakes made by DIYers is to try and keep their tools in the original packaging. This may seem a great way to store tool sets initially, but even the best plastic cases will break with time. Pegboard storage also has limited benefit, making it essential to have a sturdy storage container that you can keep organized.

Enter the humble tool chest. Unlike a classic cheap tool box, tool chests (and cabinets) have multiple drawers and usually have wheels so you can move your entire tool collection around the garage as needed. But there are plenty of tool chests out there, and many of them aren’t worth the investment.

Let’s sit back and look at some of the best tool chests currently on the market. These include features such as ball bearing drawer slides and non-slip linings. They’re also built to withstand a lot of abuse.

Our 8 Favorite Tool Chests and Cabinets

Tool Chest Reviews

#1 – Husky H52CH6TR9HD Industrial 52-inch Tool Chest and Cabinet Combo

Husky has a reputation for durability, and this heavy-duty storage combo doesn’t disappoint. The chest itself uses a high-grade, all-welded 18-gauge steel construction that’s protected by a tough industrial-textured black powder-coat paint. As this is a combo, the top chest can be removed for jobs on the go, and both units have an internal keyed locking system to keep your tools safe.

The cabinet itself has an ergonomic handle, six 5-by-2 inch castors, and a bottle opener on the side for those days when a cold drink is crucial. Nine drawers are mounted on full extension ball bearing slides for smooth movement and feature a soft-close retention system to quietly closes the drawers and ensures they’re secure.

Each drawer can support up to 120 pounds and includes premium Husky drawer liners. Aluminum edge guards help protect against accidental bumps and add to the overall sleekness of the unit.

Nestled comfortably atop the cabinet is a tool chest with six more drawers that share the same features as the cabinet’s drawers. The reinforced top lid is supported with gas struts for easier opening and closing.

The back of this section includes a large magnetic plate for storing your favorite tools, while the side has a built-in power strip that has four grounded outlets and two USB ports for convenient charging even when the unit has been closed and locked.

You know you have a winner when the vast majority of owners describe a unit using the word “love”. And what’s not to love? The space, the accessories and extra features, and the improved warranty all make this the best tool cabinet and chest combo on the market. Best of all, it’s easy to assemble and will last for years, making the lower price range even more remarkable.

As sturdy as this combo is once it’s in your home, there have been a few reports complaining about damage during shipping. The abuse shipping companies have inflicted can range from scratches and scuffs all the way up to twisting part of the steel frame.

Be careful when first receiving the product to check for any signs of mishandling so that you aren’t stuck with a damaged product.

If possible, order online to lock in the price and pick it up at your local Home Depot. Keep in mind that this cabinet is HEAVY so be prepared with lots of help for unloading.

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#2 – Harbor Freight US General “Series 2” 44-Inch Tool Cabinet

Harbor Freight has a hard-earned reputation for making some of the best tool storage units on the market. While a few products from Harbor Freight may get a bad rap, US General chests and cabinets are top notch and consistently recommended in online forums for mechanics.

This particular model is a 44-inch industrial grade roller cabinet with 14,000 cubic inches of storage space. Made of all-welded 18-gaugesteel with an industrial powder coat finish and four heavy-duty 5-inch casters (two of which have a locking swivel), this cabinet is a joy to own and use.

Two optional side cabinets for additional storage are also available. The new Series 2 is now also available in 6 colors. If you need something bigger, Harbor Freight’s best seller is also available in 56 inch and 72 inch configurations.

US General tool chest review

This heavy duty tool cabinet replaces the ultra popular Series 1 tool chests with the biggest difference being drawer depth increasing from 16″ to almost 19.5″.

Each of the 13 high capacity drawers have full extension ball bearing slides with double slides on the larger drawers. A double-bank configuration makes organizing easier, while secure detents, non-slip pre-cut drawer liners, and a barrel lock ensure your tools stay safe and secure.

This is one of those products which perform exactly as advertised. Not only is it sturdy, but owners report the drawers function flawlessly. When paired with a top chest, this unit is the perfect addition to any garage workspace.

Nothing is perfect, and this tool chest does include a few minor issues that seem to arise rather infrequently. The locking mechanism has been known to seize, although this is pretty rare. In extreme cases, the barrel can simply be replaced.

The other complaint is regarding the drawer layout, which doesn’t have the biggest variety of sizes. This might require some fudging to get tools organized to your personal taste. But you won’t have any problems fitting our favorite socket organizer in the top drawer.

Finally, while free shipping seems to be almost expected these days, you will not get that here. That said, online merchants that offer $0 shipping on a tool chest will simply tack on that charge to the product price itself. The question should be, is the price of a US General tool chest plus shipping cost a good deal when compared to a similar heavy duty chest? The answer is a resounding YES.

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#3 – Husky H46MWC9XD 46-Inch Mobile Workbench

Having a good workspace is just as important as good tool storage, which makes this gem a must for cramped workshops. Unlike most tool cabinets which are only 18 inches deep, the H46MWC9XD has an extra-deep 24.5 inch design for 36 percent more storage and work space.

Four 5×2-inch castors and a large, ergonomic push handle make it the best tool storage cart for larger shops where tool mobility is essential.

The nine lockable drawers are 21.7 inches deep and shift smoothly on their 100-pound rated ball-bearing slides. The larger bottom drawers are perfect for power tools and can each hold up to 200 pounds.

Premium pre-cut drawer liners ensure that your tools remain safe and stationary. In total, you’ll get 19,650 cubic inches of drawer storage.

As with most Husky tool cabinets, this workbench features a power strip beneath the push handle, allowing for up to four corded devices and two USB devices to be docked simultaneously and within easy range of the work surface.

The surface on top of this bench is made of solid wood and has a total workable area of 1,104 square inches. Best of all, you can be sure of the durability, thanks to Husky’s standard of all-welded steel construction and rust-resistant powder coat finish.

While it has more storage space than the US General chest above, the steel frame thickness on this Husky is a bit thinner (21 gauge vs 18 gauge). You also won’t get self-closing drawers as higher-end Husky chests have, but for the price, a better quality cabinet would be hard to find.

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#4 – Husky HOTC5623BB2S 56-Inch Tool Chest and Rolling Cabinet Set

One of the most impressive models on this list, the HOTC5623BB2S is a 23-drawer combo made of durable 18-gauge steel and has plenty of storage space.

A magnetic, three mode, 360 Lumen LED work light uses a recessed folding hook and charges via USB. A built-in 8-outlet, 2 USB port power strip helps keep all of your tools fully charged. Both units also include a barrel lock for added security.

Each of the drawers are rated for up to 100 pounds and feature soft close drawer slides, with the larger drawers using double slides. You’ll get 42,930 cubic inches of storage space which is tops on our list.

As with all quality chests, this one comes with drawer liners to help keep tools safe. The cabinet has two rigid and four swivel 5×2 inch industrial-grade polypropylene casters for mobility (which is needed for this 600+ pound beast).

When you’re looking for a large, heavy-duty tool cabinet for current and future needs, it doesn’t get much better than this Husky set. The drawers are shallow and sturdy, making it perfect for storing collections of wrenches, sockets, and other essential mechanic’s tools. It’s sturdy enough to take a beating and owners love the extra outlets and light.

As with any large, heavy items, a few consumers have received damaged units in pristine boxes and pristine units in damaged boxes, so always check the contents as soon as possible for any potential issues.

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#5 – Milwaukee 48-22-8510-8520 46-Inch Tool Chest and Cabinet Combo

Built out of 20-gauge all-welded steel with a powder-coat paint finish, this combo set has plenty of durability.  The 16 drawers come in three sizes and use soft-close ball bearing slides rated to hold up to 100 pounds each.

A special computer drawer means you can safely store your laptop while working, while the gas strut-accompanied top lid opens to reveal a pegboard and plenty of working surface.

The cabinet has a combination of fixed and swivel polypropylene casters, as well as three tubular handles for increased mobility. A 3-barrel locking system rounds out the security on this combo. In addition, the handles fold flush and don’t count against the width of the cabinet as is common with many competing units.

This rolling tool box combo is perfect for both home and commercial workshops. Owners report that this set has lived up to their expectations and, on occasion, even surpassed it.

Some of the drawers are best suited for the small height of mechanic’s tools or screwdrivers, but there’s no shortage of overall space (27,223 cubic inches total).

There have been several shipping issues with this product. In some cases, the two units have shipped from different warehouses and were incomplete. For other buyers, the product was damaged in shipping. When possible, try to pick up the product or inspect as soon as it’s delivered.

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#6 – Cat Tool Storage CAT3-5219CO 52-Inch Tool Chest and Cabinet Combo

Few companies understand the pressures of a work environment like Cat. This is because their famous Caterpillar vehicles encounter some of the most hostile work environments known to man.

This 19 drawer combo is designed and built to be usable in almost any environment, from garage shops to industrial workplaces. Four 6×2 inch soft tread casters provide mobility without harming finished floors, and large toe brakes help keep the unit in place as needed. In total, you get over 33,000 cubic inches of tool storage space.

Each of the drawers have 100 pound ball bearing slides with the top drawer having double slides to hold up to 150 pounds. All drawers have pre-cut linings and a posi-latch system that makes it easy to open drawers intentionally, but prevents opening accidentally. For added security, the locks use a tubular-shaped design.

A power strip provides six outlets and two USB ports, but unlike other brands, the magnetic power strip can be moved and attached to most metal surfaces and has a six foot cord length for added reach. The lid uses gas struts for safety and has a full-width lid stiffener to provide extra stability.

Owners of this combo love the magnetic power strip and incredible storage capacity. Assembly is a snap, requiring only the installation of casters and handle. However, be warned that the locks might take a little getting used to, due to their unusual shape.

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#7 – Thor Kitchen HTC7215W 72-Inch Tool Chest with Work Station

You and your significant other might end up fighting over this offering from Thor Kitchen. The 430-grade stainless steel design features an anti-fingerprint finish that’s sure to draw attention, whether used in the workshop, kitchen, or garage.

Four 4×6 inch swivel castors and stainless steel handles make it easy to shift the unit around. 100-pound ball bearing slides keep the drawers moving smoothly, and the entire unit is easy to clean when a spill occurs.

Those who have purchased this unit describe it as a heavy-duty work of art. The rubber drawer liners keep tools and utensils from sliding around, and function smoothly when fully loaded. It’s visually stunning without sacrificing function.

This model is often sold through third party companies and, as such, several issues regarding customer service and shipping have been reported. Use caution when buying from third parties and always try for a certified dealer when not buying direct.

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#8 – Kennedy Manufacturing 52611B 26-Inch Machinist’s Chest

There’s always an exception to the rule, and this 11 drawer machinist’s chest is an exception worth making. Designed for owners of precision tools, each 22-gauge industrial grade metal drawer is lined with felt and uses 60 pound-rated friction drawer slides.

Six adjustable drawer dividers make it even easier to keep your tools organized. A drop panel conceals the drawer space and can be stored in the bottom while the chest is in use. Both the drop panel and upper till are secured by a tubular lock.

While Kennedy Manufacturing might not be the go-to for storing your power drills, they’re a widely respected name for precision tool storage and their tool chests are made in the USA.

Owning a Kennedy chest has been a rite of passage for many machinists, and the 52611B makes for a great gift. The smaller size also means this chest will fit in places where full-sized ones won’t.

Some users may find the lack of ball bearing slides to be disappointing, but the smaller size and more specialized design means they’re not necessary. However, issues with shipping tend to be more pronounced due to the 22-gauge steel construction. Many individuals have had dented or otherwise damaged units delivered as a result of poor handling.

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FAQs

Buying a tool chest is a bit more complicated than a standard tool box. The sheer size means holding products to a higher standard. But what features are important, and which type of storage should you invest in?

What Should I Look for in a Tool Chest or Cabinet?

As much as you might think storage space is the most important feature of a good tool chest or cabinet, that should only be the starting point. The best tool storage units will allow you to organize your tools efficiently and last you for many years.

Look for heavy duty frame construction, preferably using 18-gauge steel although some thinner gauges may also work well. The drawers should use ball bearings for smooth movement and less risk of derailing. Good drawer liners are also essential, as these protect your tools from sliding around or getting too dirty.

Cost should never be a factor unless you’ve narrowed it down to two or three nearly identical choices. Remember that a good tool chest should outlast many of your best tools, so going for cheap means paying more down the road for a replacement. Finally, while mobility is a plus, take a moment to decide how important it is before passing up a quality stationary cabinet.

Chest, Cabinet, or Workbench: Finding the Best Fit

While all of the units we’ve covered are excellent, a specific type of tool storage might work better for your workspace. Here’s a quick breakdown of the pros and cons for each:

Tool Cabinets

When you’re looking for top-notch storage, it doesn’t get much better than a tool cabinet. These heavy-duty units have plenty of storage space with room on top for extra work space or to nest a tool chest. Unfortunately, due to the size and weight, tool cabinets have very limited mobility (even with wheels) and function best in a stationary location.

Tool Chests

Some smaller tool chests can be taken on the road, making them an excellent choice when you want to keep your tools mobile. Some can even be placed on top of or beneath your workbench. They can also be placed directly on a cabinet to increase your overall storage.

The downside is that a tool chest by itself has far less storage space than other options. Tool chests typically have smaller drawers than cabinets but there may be a higher quantity of them.

Mobile Workbench

These units are very similar to tool cabinets, but tend to be slightly lighter and easier to maneuver around the workspace. The top is a finished surface so you can pull up a stool and do all your work from there. Unfortunately, the addition of a workspace means you cannot nest tool chests, limiting the overall amount of storage available.

What are Some of the Best Tool Chest Brands?

Snap-On tool chest

There are a lot of companies out there that offer tool chests, but a few names stand out among the masses. The following brands of tool chests should always be at the top of your wish list:

Craftsman

One of the best-known names in tools, Craftsman is just as good at providing quality storage for those tools. Contractors can benefit greatly from investing in a Craftsman tool chest they can keep in the shop or take on the go.

While the quality isn’t what it used to be, they still have their place in some work areas. Available at Sears.

Husky

The default go-to for generations of professionals, Husky provides some of the most durable tool storage options you’ll ever find. When outfitting a commercial garage or industrial workspace, you can’t go wrong with a Husky product. Available at Home Depot.

Kobalt

Kobalt produces quality power tools, and their storage solutions are designed to take just as much abuse. Whether going for an innovative design or classic cabinet, Kobalt doesn’t disappoint. Available at Lowes.

Milwaukee

The greatest advantage Craftsman has ever had over Milwaukee is their extensive use of advertising. However, any seasoned handyman or contractor can verify the outstanding quality of Milwaukee products.

Their tool storage units are no exception and can be found in commercial and industrial workshops the world over. Available at Home Depot.

Masterforce

Best known for their quality and durability, Masterforce tool chests are an excellent investment. Despite being less famous than many other brands, their products can hold their own in a side-by-side comparison with Husky and US General. Available at Menards.

Matco

Matco tool cabinet

When producing quality tools, many manufacturers forget that poor storage can result in damage to even the best of tools. Matco understands this dilemma and offers a wide range of tool storage options designed to help keep your tools safe and organized. Expensive but can last a lifetime. Available at Matco Tools.

Montezuma

This lesser-known company is very popular with those who’ve tried their products. Not only do they produce quality tool chests using common designs, but are most famous for their unique triangular tool box designs. Note that both Masterforce and Montezuma chests are distributed by Quality Craft. Available at Amazon.

Snap-on

What started out as a simple socket wrench company has evolved into a leading tool manufacturer. Snap-on’s tool chests are perfect for mechanics and show what 100 years of experience in the automotive industry can do. Definitely not cheap but many professionals swear by this brand. Available at Snap-on.

US General

Harbor Freight’s famous line has an excellent reputation with amateurs and professionals alike. The only thing that has kept US General from being a household name is the fact that shipping can be pricey if you’re not within range of a Harbor Freight store. Available at Harbor Freight.

Waterloo

While it’s true that tool companies know what’s needed to make a good tool chest, they don’t have quite the expertise of a company such as Waterloo. This company focuses on tool storage and, as a result, provides some of the best tool storage solutions in the world. Available at Amazon.

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