Tool Boxes for Sale
Tool boxes are manufactured with plastic, aluminum or steel. The top sellers of tool boxes are companies such as Knaack, Chevy, Craftsman, Kobalt, Kennedy, Rubbermaid, Waterloo, Stackton and Stanley. All of these companies manufacture top rated tool boxes with quality craftsmanship, many with lifetime waranty. Tool boxes organize an array of tools for trade, hobbies, do it yourself projects and home repairs. Construction workers, auto mechanics, electronics repairmen, household appliance repairmen, telephone, television and internet service providers, plumbers, and the list can keep going on just who might use a tool box. Each tool box organizes tools for that particular trade. Tools are expensive and if a person relies on a select array of tools in their job, then the tools must be kept safe, organized and at fingertips.
Tool boxes come in all sizes, and about six different types, such as, tool boxes for trucks, rolling tool boxes, storage tool boxes, Machinist tool boxes, Engineering tool boxes, and plastic. The various automotive tool boxes companies are Delta, Plastic, Truck Bed, Trailer, Side Mount, Custom, Van, Pick Up and Husky. There is a large list of particular tool boxes for trucks. These are Construction and Job site boxes, Flush Mount, Hitch and Side Mount, Side Rail Top, Side Mount, Side Bed, Storage Drawers, Top Mount Boxes, Top Mount, Trailer, Truck Box Accessories, Trunk Chest, Underbody Boxes and Wheel Well Boxes. Even with all of the available tool boxes on the market today, it one does not find exactly what they need then any company will custom make just the right one required.
Those in the market for a quality tool box can greatly narrow their search according to what their need is for the tool box. An automobile mechanic would probably want a large rolling tool box. Where as an electronic technician would want a carry all chest type tool box that may flip open at the top and sides, with drawers below. Their tools are much smaller and they need special smaller storage space to store the delicate tools. A carpenter may relish an open sided tool box with a carry handle. When shopping for a tool box according to interest one can find just the right box to fit their need, whether it is a light weight carry all tool box or a heavy weight tool box.
The cost of a tool box has just as a wide and varied range of prices. One can pay $5.00 for a small plastic tool box or several hundred dollars, upwards to over $3,500 for a steel roller type tool box. Sizes are also just as varied from the smallest that carry nothing bigger then a small hammer to the roller type tool box with 18 drawers and measuring at lease 72 inches or 6 feet across.
The Sears Company has been long known for their custom made Craftsman and Husky tool boxes. These boxes almost never wear out. Reviews have long claimed that the Craftsman Company honors a lifetime warranty on their products.