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Select Lowe's Stores: Craftsman 1000 Series 4-Drawer Steel Rolling Tool Cabinet

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Lowe's has Craftsman 1000 Series 4-Drawer Steel Rolling Tool Cabinet (Red, CMST98088R) on sale for $84.98. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks v8994

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Features:
  • Proudly Made in the USA with Global Materials in Sedalia, MO
  • Butcher block work surface
  • 30-lbs ball-bearing drawer slides
  • Full-width red drawer trim
  • Full-extension removable drawers
  • Keyed Locking System with external lockbar protects valuable tools
  • Four black 4-in x 2-in casters support up to 500-lbs
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • 6,114 cubic inches of storage
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This 26" wide mobile workbench combines a solid butcher block work surface with a rolling tool cabinet. Four drawers with ball-bearing slides open easily, even with 30-lbs of tools. The unit can be moved easily on 4-in x 2-in casters, and a keyed locking system safeguards the contents of the rolling cabinet. Measures 26.5" W x 32.5" H.

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This was FP when it was $99, it is now $85.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMA...1001098026
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Lol, nearly spit out my breakfast burrito with this comment.

30 lbs adds up VERY quick. After years of using a few of these for just zip ties, rope, plastic tubing, i would say its BARELY good enough for frequent use of light stuff 10-15 lbs. Don't expect much, you'll be ok.

For the price vs. storage capacity vs. strength i would say $45-$60 would be closer to purchase price for an "ok" deal.
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30lbs per drawer seems quite light.
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The drawers are not very big, unless you plan on putting lead bricks in there it should be fine. But i guess it all depends on your planned usage.

I saw one that was dented and marked down to $50. The Steel used is very thin and seems like it would dent pretty easy if you bump it into anything.

But if this fits your space and you need the little deeper drawer storage than your normal rolling tool chest, I would give it a look see.
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30lbs per drawer seems quite light.
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30lbs per drawer seems quite light.
The drawers are not very big, unless you plan on putting lead bricks in there it should be fine. But i guess it all depends on your planned usage.

I saw one that was dented and marked down to $50. The Steel used is very thin and seems like it would dent pretty easy if you bump it into anything.

But if this fits your space and you need the little deeper drawer storage than your normal rolling tool chest, I would give it a look see.
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Even cheaper than previous front page and it's still a shallow piece of crap.

Lol, nearly spit out my breakfast burrito with this comment.

30 lbs adds up VERY quick. After years of using a few of these for just zip ties, rope, plastic tubing, i would say its BARELY good enough for frequent use of light stuff 10-15 lbs. Don't expect much, you'll be ok.

For the price vs. storage capacity vs. strength i would say $45-$60 would be closer to purchase price for an "ok" deal.
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This is a great tool chest, my wife has one just like it for her cross stitching supplies. #wishiwaskidding
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If all I needed was to store my crafts & what not this would be good. I just was at local Lowes and this is as flimsy a tool-box as I have ever seen. Cheapest and thinnest drawer glides known to mankind.
I use a 5 drawer chest Made of wishitwerewood that I liberated on the side of the road, that I have more faith in than this $90 mistake (after taxes) Keeping what I got till I find a better one.
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Want to buy a cabinet like this for my son, but just cannot pull the trigger on this due to the build quality (ie: thin metal).

I read harbor freight is the place to buy these for the DIY'er, just hate their coupon schemes.
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Want to buy a cabinet like this for my son, but just cannot pull the trigger on this due to the build quality (ie: thin metal).

I read harbor freight is the place to buy these for the DIY'er, just hate their coupon schemes.
HF doesn't use any coupons for their toolboxes.
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HF doesn't use any coupons for their toolboxes.
Yes they do, You can get coupons occasionally that do not have brand limit they do not come around often but they do exist. You can check out https://www.hfqpdb.com/
They post a lot of the coupons online and the store will scan your phone no issues.
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HF doesn't use any coupons for their toolboxes.
Actually they do occasionally offer a discount coupon for their toolboxes. I have about a dozen of their toolboxes (from the largest to the middle) and they work just fine. Better than the cheap kobalt, craftsman, the ones from Costco, etc. Sure, you can buy much higher quality but you will pay a lot. For the majority of users every toolbox at HF is decent except the cheapest smallest ones. Those I would not buy. The toolboxes are one thing I think HF does a good job on, especially for the price.
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Wow, I'm going to buy a $1200 HF toolbox sometime soon (the 72"), I guess I'll have to watch for coupons! Thanks all for correcting me.
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