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Old 07-25-2011, 10:24 PM   #1
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Tool boxes

This may be a stupid question for you guys... BUT ANYWAYS
I'm looking for a small portable tool box to carry my cooking equipment because i have no space for my knife set since it just hold knifes and some small equipments. I looked online at some stores such as Home Depot, Sears, Canadian Tire, Rona, and Lowe. Do you have any stores that you can recommend?

Tool box requirements
Less than 14 inch if POSSIBLE but I can go higher
Plastic is preferred, (metal is fine)
must have thing to lock with a combo lock. (No latches)
need built in organizer.

THANKS!
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:41 PM   #2
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This may be a stupid question for you guys... BUT ANYWAYS
I'm looking for a small portable tool box to carry my cooking equipment because i have no space for my knife set since it just hold knifes and some small equipments. I looked online at some stores such as Home Depot, Sears, Canadian Tire, Rona, and Lowe. Do you have any stores that you can recommend?

Tool box requirements
Less than 14 inch if POSSIBLE but I can go higher
Plastic is preferred, (metal is fine)
must have thing to lock with a combo lock. (No latches)
need built in organizer.

THANKS!
Pelican boxes are sweet.
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I'm not sure where you can source them locally, but they are built tough and look awesome.

Also, if you just want any tool box, check out the smaller stores like Summit tools. You might find a good deal.
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Old 07-26-2011, 05:16 AM   #3
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Well they don't have something that I NEED, but thx tho!
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What's your kit look like?
What things do you bring with you besides your knives?
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Old 08-13-2011, 01:06 PM   #5
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my knife set is from messermeister, it have 8 pockets but i already have 7 knifes. (I had it since high school)

The things i bring are pretty much everything on this website, http://www.revscene.net/forums/65065...-utensils.html
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Stack-On: Stack-On

Akro-Mils: Akro-Mils - Storage and Organization Products, Material Handling Containers and Carts, and Horticultural Pots and Planters

Plano: Plano :: Toolboxes

Systainer: MySystainer - Your first choice for Tanos Systainer - Knowledgeable, friendly sales & support staff.
I'm not sure if systainer has any lockable ones though.
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