I like the features. The construction is really tough as well as smart.The deep yellow bins are removable so you can take just what you need, if it's a small job. The lid has indents that keep the bins in place while carrying suitcase style. The latches, hinges, and handle are heavy-duty. You can even stack & clip multiple organizers together for bulk carrying action.
As far how it works for using it as I intended, for lugging my project hardware, my experienced advise is... I have no idea.
|I could almost feel the heft of this beast loaded with 7 varieties of |
washers, before it was torn ruthlessly from my grasp.
You see, when today's modern, tool-weilding Daddy-about-town shows up at the house lugging a rig as sweet as this one, the entire family responds with the obvious chorus, "LEGOS, LEGOS, LEGOS!!!!!!" Out-voted. Even my beloved wife, my steadfast partner against the world's challenges, sided with our rapscallion offspring.
My yellow & black, bullet-proof, hardware-toting man-satchel was mine no more. It would never taste the pleasure of lightly machine oiled hardware. Not a single 10/32 machine screw would rest in it. No, it now serves a new master and she offers no quarter:
|The Wee-Pirate and her loot.|
Admittedly, ....<Insert overused comedian cliché, but true, story about stepping on Legos in your bare feet in the dark>..., so I guess it's a good idea, to keep those little hellish, foot slaughtering rascals sorted away nicely. The kids absolutely loved sorting various Lego figures, weaponry, "cool-stuff", wheels, windows, etc. into the totes. Maybe now we won't have meltdowns when one of the Ninjago or Star Wars figures is missing one of their trusty side-arms.
I think I'm going to quietly grab another couple of these and smuggle them into the garage, undetected.