My rolling toolbox was a gift. A friend of mine gave me this 3-in-1 rolling toolbox as a gift way back in 2001. I suppose he got tired of listening to me complain about how I can never find what I'm looking for as I rummage through boxes in the garage. Basic tools for simple projects should all be in one place. Now, if I want to hang a painting on the wall I can get everything I need from one convenient place…a hammer, a nail and a level. They’re all in my toolbox on wheels.
Toolbox on Wheels
Organize your workspace with a rolling toolbox. Sometime or another every one of us will be looking for a hammer or pliers or wrench...
It Has 3 Sections
3 in 1
Mine is called a 3-in-1 toolbox because it’s divided into 3 sections that snap together for compact storage, but each section can be carried separately and easily as needed. I don’t always need the bottom section. That’s where I keep the power tools, the big pipe wrench and the socket set. If all I need is a screwdriver, pliers, hammer and nails I carry the small tray, it has a handle.
It Rolls For Convenience
See this one on Amazon
I put just about everything in mine including safety goggles, face masks, work gloves, laser level and my smaller power tools. All those tools makes the box much too heavy to lift. Having wheels on it makes it easy for me to move it from one place to another, and for convenience it has an extending handle at the top making it easy to roll.
They Come In All Different Sizes
Whatever your space restrictions are, there is a rolling toolbox that will fit your needs. Some are small enough to fit in a corner or closet. Larger ones if you have the luxury of a garage or basement.
Stanley Toolbox on Wheels
Watch this short video of the many styles and uses of a 3 in1 toolbox on wheels. You'll see how easy it is to find what you're looking for and the ease of moving the toolbox from one place to another.
The Little Things
Plenty of Cubbyholes
If you're anything like me, you have collected an assortment of screws, hooks, nuts, bolts and other miscellaneous hardware that have no home. You don't know where you got them or where they once belonged. Now you can sort them all into little cubbyholes in your toolbox. Maybe someday you'll be looking for one of those things...or maybe not, but you'll have them anyway and you'll know where to find them.
You'll Need Tools Too
In my opinion, the absolute basics for any tool box are:
A rolling toolbox makes a great gift for both men and women. (I love mine!) Add a few of these basic tools to complete the package!