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[Home Depot] Husky 27" toolchest $174 30% off

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Oct 10, 2011
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[Home Depot] Husky 27" toolchest $174 30% off

30% off of this tool chest. These don't come on sale often. Not the best price I've seen for similar products but definitely worth picking up if you need it.
Free shipping should seal the deal for most and plenty of stock available




https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000803892
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Nov 24, 2018
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if time machine exist, this was 298$ during blackfriday and boxing day:
It has the ops lower portion, and the top tool drawer.
But its now at 398$.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000839489
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I can't get myself to buy this. I keep thinking it's cheaper and better to build my own... waiting for reality to sink in that I'm never going to build it. Then I'll certainly need a time machine to get me this deal.
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Can you lock these chests to a wall somehow? Imagining someone just taking off with it
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barks1andrew wrote: 30% off of this tool chest. These don't come on sale often. Not the best price I've seen for similar products but definitely worth picking up if you need it.
Free shipping should seal the deal for most and plenty of stock available

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000803892
Thanks OP. Just bought this and paired with the upper tool chest which happened to be 17% off at the same time:

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000803890

Scored both for $298 plus tax.
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xtrmDeals wrote: I can't get myself to buy this. I keep thinking it's cheaper and better to build my own... waiting for reality to sink in that I'm never going to build it. Then I'll certainly need a time machine to get me this deal.
That's the RFD motto.. but usually for me, after you buy everything and start, you'll realize it's NOT cheaper and better to build your own. What it is, is that it'll let you build exactly what you want, for approximately the same price. I've gone through this one too many times :lol:
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Dec 23, 2010
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Newmarket
I almost pulled the trigger on the same combo and then saw the other Chests at the bottom.
Do you know what makes the 27" combo regular price worth $150 more than this?:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... ?rrec=true
It is still $50 less than the sale price of the combo you bought. (not criticizing just wondering if it is worth my $50)
wg49 wrote: Thanks OP. Just bought this and paired with the upper tool chest which happened to be 17% off at the same time:

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000803890

Scored both for $298 plus tax.
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Jan 25, 2021
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ref88 wrote: I almost pulled the trigger on the same combo and then saw the other Chests at the bottom.
Do you know what makes the 27" combo regular price worth $150 more than this?:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... ?rrec=true
It is still $50 less than the sale price of the combo you bought. (not criticizing just wondering if it is worth my $50)
The one you linked has two less drawers on the bottom. IMO big drawers are significantly more useful than a cupboard on the bottom. It's much easier to see everything that's in there, and easier to access making it more usable and less of a black hole.

Whether that is worth $50 to you or not is your own decision though.
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Jul 8, 2010
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I wonder if all Husky products will be phased out after being acquired by cenovus. Anyone have any thoughts on this.
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Apr 15, 2008
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ref88 wrote: I almost pulled the trigger on the same combo and then saw the other Chests at the bottom.
Do you know what makes the 27" combo regular price worth $150 more than this?:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... ?rrec=true
It is still $50 less than the sale price of the combo you bought. (not criticizing just wondering if it is worth my $50)
I'll be honest, I didn't spot the one you linked. But as stated by schilibe, I prefer the drawers so I'm going to be keeping the one I ordered. Thanks for the info though...
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Dec 23, 2010
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Thanks for your answer. I just wasn't sure if there was any quality differences. It seems like a regular price difference of $150 should have a major reason. I totally agree about the drawers - I am just considering storing my tools that are in cases in the door area. Still weighing options on both. Again, I appreciate your input.
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Sep 23, 2018
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I built one.
Only build if you have specific size requirement, you only save 50% buying the materials if sliders you get for cheap.
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Had the red version. Self closing drawer was too strong. Messed up drawer when it slam shut.

Black one may not have self closing.

Locking mechanism is crap. Bends when you close top and drawers are not all the way in.

No drawer liners.
Make sure to open and inspect before you take it home. I went back 1 time. 2nd one was also bent at store. 3 box was ok. Paid $100 on clearance. Was $200 normally.

Decent entry level box
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I have this and its okay. Its sturdy but because the garage is slightly slanted, the drawers do not stay closed if there is too much stuff in them. Also all 4 wheels dont have a lock which causes it to slightly slant down with the garage.

Otherwise it's solid.
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Jon Lai wrote: That's the RFD motto.. but usually for me, after you buy everything and start, you'll realize it's NOT cheaper and better to build your own. What it is, is that it'll let you build exactly what you want, for approximately the same price. I've gone through this one too many times :lol:
Very true. I built a few things over our Covid summer for the house and was able to custom fit them to the space. To be honest it’s quite nice having custom pieces at home. But it wasn’t easier or cheaper.
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Aug 25, 2011
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BURLINGTON
I have 2 of these, good value for the money. Also - custom drawers - a really good source of drawers and work surfaces is old office desks. I bought 2 old wooden desks for 50$. Butchered one and realized years later that it was solid quarter sawn oak, and the other was mahoghany. My screws, etc are stored in metal drawers from old office desks - great heavy duty slides. Don't waste your time on Ikea or other modern presswood drawers.
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jmm29 wrote: I wonder if all Husky products will be phased out after being acquired by cenovus. Anyone have any thoughts on this.
Made me look. :)
https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/cenov ... 00895.html

I do like the Husky tool line. It's certainly not top quality, but as a cost-effective in-house product line, it's better that CT Mastercraft (or whatever they're calling it these days). I've been happy with all the Husky stuff I've bought.
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jmm29 wrote: I wonder if all Husky products will be phased out after being acquired by cenovus. Anyone have any thoughts on this.
I don't think it's the same Husky. "(Husky's) hand tools are manufactured for Home Depot by Stanley Black & Decker, Western Forge, Apex Tool Group, and Iron Bridge Tools." -- Wikipedia
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Dec 29, 2017
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I'm wondering if those bottom drawers would be high enough for tools like a circular saw
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Unless you need this now or no space for bigger one, I picked up the 52" 9 drawer for $300 in-store before shutdown

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