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Craftsman 26" Wide 5-Drawer Basic Bottom Chest - Black

Item# 00959779000P | Model# 59779 | Added on June 17, 2012 | Seller: Sears.com
Craftsman 26" Wide 5-Drawer Basic Bottom Chest - Black
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Craftsman Basic tool storage is the ideal storage solution for all your general household tools & supplies. Organize all your project needs in one convenient location.
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By tririchard
January 19th, 2009
Good homeowner toolbox

I like the toolbox. I set another craftsman box on top. The casters work great. The drawers open up wide. They slide fine for a homeowner. I would step up if ball bearing type drawers are your thing.

5 found this review helpful
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By Southlake
February 12th, 2009
Metal is not strong

The top two units of this combo were great. However, the drawers on the bottom section kept jumping off the track and would not close well. Upon further examination, the metal on the track of the drawers was weak. I will upgrade to the ball bearing chest. The clerk at Sears said that they were much sturdier.

15 found this review helpful
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ERIC SHIVERDECKER
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October 22nd, 2012
David Carruth
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A Must Have for Any Tool Owner

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A lot of people put great time and thought into their tools and then forget the most important part - where to put them. This chest provides plenty of starter storage for wrenches, drivers, pliers, and more. The bottom drawer is spacious and good for those things that don't really fit anywhere else, be it extension cords, power tools, or any other bulky item. Construction is solid, it rolls smoothly, and the locking mechanism keeps your tools safe. The only thing you may want to add is a handle.

October 21st, 2012
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April 25th, 2012
ennemm

Craftsman 5-Drawer Chest w/wheels is super useful

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As we were organizing garage, suddenly this deal came up when a friend called to say this item was on sale at Sears online. At $49.99, half of from original sale price of $99.99 it was a steal either ways but we were surprised how well it is made, the sturdiness and utility. The drawers are smooth opening even with stuff in them. The varied sizes of drawers make it great to put different sized items neatly segregated. The top thin drawers are a great idea/design for the whole slew of small items that we put drawer organizers in to store there. The wheels make it easy to move this chest around. One of the great products from Sears at a bargain price.

April 13th, 2012 via sears.com
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lingolady

craftsman tool chest

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this is a great product, i just bought my husband one because of a really good sale, he loves it

March 11th, 2012 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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peraltan

Great value Solid Tool chest

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I bought this to store electronics. I like the easy glide, noiseless drawers. You must place soft padding inside (optional) if you plan to use it for electronics. I store cameras and accessories on top two shelves and other equipment in the rooming bottom shelves. Excellent casters.

March 8th, 2012 via sears.com
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DKealoha

Decent purchase, suits my needs

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Purchased this along with the top chest to store my tools, similar to the top chest-drawers tend to bind. For the price, great deal-had to travel to pick-up (wasn't in stock at local Sears) had dents so recieved a discount.

January 1st, 2012 via sears.com
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ZooBaby1

Basic bottom chest is ok

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Ordered online and picked up at the store. Process worked very smoothly. The metal that these are made of seems pretty thin. I am concerned about the durability. The drawers are pretty stiff and don't slide easily at all, but I guess I should have paid more and gotten the ones with the ball bearing glides. Not even close to professional grade but I think will be ok for light homeowner use.

December 29th, 2011 via sears.com
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