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Craftsman ProSeries 52" 8-Drawer Top Chest - Black

Item# 00958666000P | Model# 115825 | Added on July 14, 2016 |
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Made for Maximum Organization You'll have plenty of room to store your most important gear with the Craftsman Pro Series 52" black 8-drawer top chest. This tool chest has a variety of widths and depths to help you store drivers, ratchets, sockets and other tools. Extra bulky pieces can be easily stored under the lid.

  • Double-wall steel construction
  • Heavy-gauge GRIPLATCH system keeps drawers closed
  • Power strip with 6 outlets and 2 USB ports under the lid
  • Gas struts safely hold the lid open while you work
  • Lock your tool chest from any smartphone to keep your tools safe and secure
  • Each drawer is load rated for 200 lbs.
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
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Praise
By Happy1CraftsmanFan
April 17th, 2017
Pro Series 52"/20 Drawer Combo Tool Chest

This bundled Combo is perfect for my storage building. It fits precisely in the limited available spaces. It's design inception is specific for the home shop Do-it-yourself person. I didn't have to attempt to figure drawer sizings & layout configurations. Experts did that. The level of quality is suitable for me. Designers thought & planned superbly for everything. No silly buying & cutting extra drawer liners. That's included! My idea of a good deal! Even a Craftsman floor placement mat surprised me during finishing touches. No glitches. Everything was picture perfect. The salesman was great. A store manager took personal interest. Follow all instructions carefully. Get help placing the Top Chest. Easy final nassembly tasks. Soft close drawers would be nice. Outlets!

3 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Graymond87
January 18th, 2018
poor quality and even worse customer service

Purchased the tool chest combo along with the 36” storage cabinet.  Seconds after unwrapping the top chest, i noticed there was a large dent from shipping. These things happen, nonetheless it needs to be corrected. I called customer service moments later to explain the issue and just like the other dozen reviews left on here. I spoke with NINE different individuals (one was very insulting) that were VERY difficult to understand and got the “ sorry, we can offer you a 5% reimbursement of your purchase”  out a $2,100 purchase, Sears/craftsman were offering 5% value of the top chest only. Lets get this straight, i received a damaged package from sears/craftsman and they are making it right by crediting me $27. No wonder sears is about to go under. I WILL NEVER BUY FROM CRAFTSMAN/SEARS AGAIN.

7 found this review helpful
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1_Tool_Guy

Toolbox with a mind of its own

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I have had this tool box for less than a month, I have never set up the Bluetooth or even installed the batteries, yet when I went to put my tools away the other day the chest was magically locked. The magical part is that both keys never left the drawer where I put them (so I wouldn’t lose them), and they are just as safe as all of my tools that are in the drawer with the keys. After an hour on the phone calling the numbers that are in the owners manual, and being told to call one of the numbers that I had previously called, I was finally told to call the manufacturer(and given their number which wasn’t in the book), who wouldn’t be in till Monday(this happened Friday evening). I called the manufacturer on Monday morning and was told that they would send me a spare key free of charge. We will see if the key will open it, but if it does, the first thing that I am going to do is disable the locks so that this doesn’t happen again.

January 7th via sears.com
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Rambojon
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Soso

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I did not like the workmanship it arrived with dance on the top it is  The top chest door is flimsy very flimsy just did not like it  drawer place is good though

December 15th via mobile
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Albert Riccardi
| Earned 8 community points in Sears Wish Book

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October 5th
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Rharms1

Not Ready for Primetime

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In-Store Review September 4, 2018:
1. It is a Foregone Conclusion that the Smartlock:
a. Adds Cost and No Value.
b. Has Very High Failure Rates (Catastrophic), with No Realistic Solutions.
c. Will Not Age Well (e.g. Future Phone Technologies/Applications All Take Significant Maintenance Costs, Which a Bankrupt Sears Will Not Support).
d. Reduce Resale Value.
e. Is Only Warranted for One Year.
2. Rolling Cart and Top Cabinet Swayed Significantly Every Time a Drawer was Opened and/or Closed. Root Cause:
a. Rolling Cart Bottom Sheetmetal Oil Canned Occurred Adjacent to Caster Mountings. As this is with Unloaded Drawers, I Am Very Concerned that Drawers Loaded to Capacity:
i. More Severe Bottom Panel Sheet Metal Stress and/or Oil Canning will Occur, Potentially Fatiguing, Tearing, Fracturing, Weakening, and/or Puncturing the Sheet Metal; Exacerbated by the Load Introduced by the Casters.
ii. Due to the Poor Construction (e.g. C/L Caster Mount Reinforcement is Too Thin, Does Not Tie-in to the End Frames. And Lacks Strength and Structure) the Rolling Cart with Drop Around its Perimeter (e.g. only staying Supported at Inner Caster Mountings), Distorting the Structure and Probably Causing Drawer Fit/Rubbing Issues. Along these Lines, While It Appears that the Double Cabinet Walls are Structurally Sound, the Floorpan (holding up the Walls) Is Not.
3. Large/Deep Drawers Only Possess 1 Slide (vs. 2, like Snap-on). Despite the Fact that Their Literature Indicates that 1 Slide will Support a 200 Lb. Drawer, I think it is Marginal. As these Slides Only Had 12 Double Rows of Ball Bearings (instead of 14, Which Would Better Correlate to the Larger Drawers, 200 Lb. Drawer Capacity; Exacerbated by the Use of Only One Slide Per Side On Each Drawer) Additionally, I think with the Added Drawer Height it Will Likely Distort More With a Single Slide, Creating Alignment, Closure, Rubbing, Griplock, and/or Locking Issues.
4. The Griplocks on All Drawers Were Very Sloppy, in That the Drawers had Significant Play to the Griplock in the Drawer Closed Position (@ 3/16”). Additionally, the Griplock on one of the Cabinet Drawers Would not Retain It.
5. The Wide Drawers Lacked Bottom Structure, and Bowed Significantly in Middle with Moderate Pressure; Which Will Likely Rub on the Cabinet and/or Drawer Below During Opening and Closing.
6. Many of the Tool Boxes Reported Significant Damage at the Time of Delivery, with No Good Alternatives (e.g. Philippines, No Parts, etc.).
7. Sears Does Not Appear to Publish Any Meaningful Technical Specifications for These Tool Boxes!
8. When Sears Goes Bankrupt, the Lifetime Warranty Will Likely be Meaningless (Especially if Structural and/or Needs Replacement Parts)!

September 7th via sears.com
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Richard Harms
| Earned 25 community points in Sears Wish Book

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In-Store Review September 4, 2018:
1. It is a Foregone Conclusion that the Smartlock:
a. Adds Cost and No Value.
b. Has Very High Failure Rates (Catastrophic), with No Realistic Solutions.
c. Will Not Age Well (e.g. Future Phone Technologies/Applications All Take
Significant Maintenance Costs, Which a Bankrupt Sears Will Not Support).
d. Reduce Resale Value.
e. Is Only Warranted for One Year.
2. Rolling Cart and Top Cabinet Swayed Significantly Every Time a Drawer was Opened
and/or Closed. Root Cause:
a. Rolling Cart Bottom Sheetmetal Oil Canned Occurred Adjacent to Caster
Mountings. As this is with an Unloaded Drawers, I Am Very Concerned that
Drawers Loaded to Capacity:
i. More Severe Bottom Panel Sheet Metal Stress and/or Oil Canning will
Occur, Potentially Fatiguing, Tearing, Fracturing, Weakening, and/or
Puncturing the Sheet Metal; Exacerbated by the Load Introduced by the
Casters.
ii.Due to the Poor Construction (e.g. C/L Caster Mount Reinforcement is
Too Thin, Does Not Tie-in to the End Frames. And Lacks Strength and
Structure) the Rolling Cart will Drop Around its Perimeter (e.g. only
staying Supported at Inner Caster Mountings), Distorting the Structure
and Probably Causing Drawer Fit/Rubbing Issues.
3. Chest and Rolling Cart Corners Did Not Align (including attaching Fasteners and Holes).
4. Large/Deep Drawers Only Possess 1 Slide (vs. 2, like Snap-on). Despite the Fact that
Their Literature Indicates that 1 Slide will Support a 200 Lb. Drawer, I think it is Marginal.
As these Slides Only Had 12 Double Rows of Ball Bearings (instead of 14, Which Would
Better Correlate to the Larger Drawers, 200 Lb. Drawer Capacity; Exacerbated by the
Use of Only One Slide Per Side On Each Drawer) Additionally, I think with the Added
Drawer Height it Will Likely Distort More With a Single Slide, Creating Alignment,
Closure, Rubbing, Griplock, and/or Locking Issues.
5. The Griplocks on All Drawers Were Very Sloppy, in That the Drawers had Significant Play
to the Griplock in the Drawer Closed Position (@ 3/16”). Additionally, the Griplock on
one of the Cabinet Drawers Would not Retain It.
6. The Wide Drawers Lacked Bottom Structure, and Bowed Significantly in Middle with
Moderate Pressure; Which Will Likely Rub on the Cabinet and/or Drawer Below During
Opening and Closing.
7. Many of the Tool Boxes Reported Significant Damage at the Time of Delivery, with No
Good Alternatives (e.g. Philippines, No Parts, etc.).
8. Sears Does Not Appear to Publish Any Meaningful Technical Specifications for These
Tool Boxes!
9. When Sears Goes Bankrupt, the Lifetime Warranty Will Likely be Meaningless (Especially
if Structural and/or Needs Replacement Parts)!

September 6th
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