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DEWALT 10-Compartment Deep Pro Small Parts Organizer

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DEWALT 10-Compartment Deep Pro Small Parts Organizer

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Price:
$29.99
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25% off
Expiry:
October 7, 2020
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Peavey Mart
DEWALT 10-Compartment Deep Pro Small Parts Organizer

Don't see these go on sale often. Haven't picked them up to check quality. Price match at home depot for $26.99.

It's in the flyer too, can't get the link to work.
Last edited by xtreme883 on Oct 6th, 2020 12:44 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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link don't work. Maybe province specific
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Nov 7, 2003
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That looks cool... is it extra good quality, or priced a bit higher due to the brand?
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Apr 12, 2017
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325i wrote: That looks cool... is it extra good quality, or priced a bit higher due to the brand?
Here is a comparison video to the Milwaukee equivalent.

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xtreme883 wrote: Here is a comparison video to the Milwaukee equivalent.

Can't watch it atm, did they actual say which was better?
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Aug 20, 2019
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I have numerous Dewalt Tough System items, bought this one not realizing it is T Stack, which is a different system from Dewalt. The interior bins are re-arrangable as well as removable. They don't lock in so if you take some out the others will move. I wish they sold other interior bins so that you could put smaller parts in them. With all that said, mine sits empty as it has for the 4 months I have had it because I don't know what to put in it. I either have more small parts than I have interior bins for or enough stuff that I need several of these for. For the price of these things you need to find something of value to put in them or else you sit there thinking "hrm... $30 carrier for $4 worth of crap, boy am I dumb".

Edit to add: This is my preference for storing lots of small stuff. Have several: https://www.flambeauoutdoors.com/tuff-t ... oaded.aspx
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For all you magic players, these are great for Commander decks.
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Apr 12, 2017
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Variability wrote: Can't watch it atm, did they actual say which was better?
Not really a final suggestion but it held up well. In the comments people have bought both.

I plan to use it for all the random little boxes of screws instead of them taking of space in a drawer and being in the way.
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xtreme883 wrote: Here is a comparison video to the Milwaukee equivalent.


Thanks for sharing!

The dude took 40 mins to review an empty box 🤪 - and his outcome is that they are both really good Face With Tears Of Joy🤣.

I get it though, these are strong cases... might grab one.
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Thanks OP. Was able to price match home depot with an additional 10% off
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coreyd wrote: I have numerous Dewalt Tough System items, bought this one not realizing it is T Stack, which is a different system from Dewalt. The interior bins are re-arrangable as well as removable. They don't lock in so if you take some out the others will move. I wish they sold other interior bins so that you could put smaller parts in them. With all that said, mine sits empty as it has for the 4 months I have had it because I don't know what to put in it. I either have more small parts than I have interior bins for or enough stuff that I need several of these for. For the price of these things you need to find something of value to put in them or else you sit there thinking "hrm... $30 carrier for $4 worth of crap, boy am I dumb".

Edit to add: This is my preference for storing lots of small stuff. Have several: https://www.flambeauoutdoors.com/tuff-t ... oaded.aspx
If you are lugging small bits to a jobsite, these are great. If you just need to have storage in your garage, peanut butter jars or, my favourite, Costco pesto jars, will work.
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MrFrugal1 wrote: If you just need to have storage in your garage... my favourite, Costco pesto jars, will work.

Thanks for giving me excuses to enjoy more Costco pesto.
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MrFrugal1 wrote: If you are lugging small bits to a jobsite, these are great. If you just need to have storage in your garage, peanut butter jars or, my favourite, Costco pesto jars, will work.
I still remember my dad’s workbench, with rows of baby food and peanut butter jars at the back.

Now I need to check out Costco pesto.
Edit: looked up images. They’re square vs. round. Reminds me of Bernardin canning jars.

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