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I use Stanley ones myself. But I have the narrow onesI had a look at it, - and just okay for someone having those boxes at home to store things, but looks like it could get damaged easy, so wouldn’t last our trade.
The Stanley Pro deep organiser from Screwfix is really good
For value for money, I have the deep organisers, but they do get too heavy if you fill the boxes with weighty stuff, like screws.I use Stanley ones myself. But I have the narrow ones
I got mine on offer from one of the sheds. I believe they were £20.00 for 2 but on the same offer. So bought 2 and got 2 free.For value for money, I have the deep organisers, but they do get too heavy if you fill the boxes with weighty stuff, like screws.
Think it was actually Shaun here who once showed us he used them.
Screwfix were doing them (deep type) up to recently for £20 and get one free.
A couple of the catches have done that on my Stanley ones to be honest but on on the screw boxes.Looks reasonably like some Domino boxes I bought from Toolstation. Has lasted a few years now with careful use (only use it for screws etc so not in constant use). Trouble is the lid flexes and I often find the screws fall into the wrong compartment when transported in the vertical position.
Chalked, they are or were utter cack though. Very poor fitting and closing of the drawers that would spring open at the slightest hint of a nudge. I had a good mind to send mine back but gave them away instead.
Hi,Chalked, they are or were utter cack though. Very poor fitting and closing of the drawers that would spring open at the slightest hint of a nudge. I had a good mind to send mine back but gave them away instead.
I no longer own the drawers, I gave them away as I felt they were not fit for purpose. The quality is not the issue but the design is so I suggest you take note of the review left by another of your customers over two years ago as it sums up my experience precisely.Hi,
Sorry to hear you've had a bad experience with one of our products. Did you order the units directly from our website? We've never had any complaints regarding our Van Storage Cabinet range so are obviously disappointed to hear of your comments.
We can assure you that our quality levels have not dropped but sometimes, as with anything, a faulty product may slip through the net (although we always try our best to prevent this from happening). When this does happen, we are always the first to offer a refund/exchange of product (within 30 days of purchase). Do you have any pictures that you could dm us, so we could investigate further?
Our Installation team use the majority of our van storage ranges themselves and we always ask them for any feedback (as well as customer feedback which is done through Ekomi).
We just want to clarify that we wouldn't sell something that we wouldn't use ourselves and we would never aim to sell "utter cack"!!
Cheers mate. Will have a look. I am definitely a Stanley man.
I have 3 of those tool station ones. Bomb proof. Had them about 6 or 7 years.
Are they the full size or the mini Shaun?Ffx I got all mine from there buy in bulk of 6 better price
Stanley 197518X6 Fatmax Deep Pro Organiser Pack of 6
They do them in 3s as well
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