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18" Mobile tool box
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18" Mobile tool box

£25
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Product details

Product information

This mobile tool box is ideal for for bulky materials and equipment such as paint cans, large components and power tools.

  • Durability - Heavy duty
  • Material - Polypropylene
  • Size - 18"
  • Handle type - Foldable handle

Features and benefits

This mobile workshop comes with 2 compartments

  • Plastic foldable handle
  • Rubber track wheels for easy transport

Specifications

Colour descriptionBlack & red
MaterialPolypropylene
Height (mm)620mm
Width (mm)255mm
Length (mm)460mm
Weight (kg)4.22kg
Litre capacity (L)74L
ModelWS-MS1
Maximum weight capacity20kg
Number of compartments2
Lid includedLid included
Product code3663602904953

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2.66 / 5(3 reviews)

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Chrispiercy1 - 1 month ago

I am a decorator and this box is perfect. Can store all my brushes and tools in one compartment and my power drills in another. Plenty of spaces for bits like screws and wall plugs. For the money it's well worth it

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AndyHG - 7 months ago

I got this one with a Stanley box too
The Stanley box still works to this day
No issues

This one in the other hand Bits came off after few uses and it’s a pain to close and open

Had both of them for just under a year
Stanley just about needs to be replaced used on every job

This one i still have, as I just leave it in my storage for keeping things tidy but really not the point.

Wheel fell off after a few hundred yards!

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NKT - 1 year ago

Bought one a while back - 2 years ago in fact. But, it doesn't change this review unless they've changed the design recently.
Basically, we took it on a train to London, rolling it about 100 metres at this end, and then at Euston, we didn't quite get to the taxi before one wheel fell off!
Fortunately, I had the equipment to fix it with me, but...
It is fairly flimsy plastic, but very light use has revealed no other issues.