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I got my monthly E-mail From Highland Woodworking and seen this in it.

I was wanting to find out some more info on this kit, but I could not find any thing on it at





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This looks awesome!  Will there be any availability online?
Shipping to Australia?
Dang.  Wish I would have waited now.  Definitely would have jumped on this deal!

I already have 2 Kreg jigs and LOTS of screws. 

I would like to be able to buy the new toolbox only without the screws.

Should have been out a long time ago.

Antoher good one would be if it was in a kind Kreg Systainer 3. It would complement my festool line of tools. Almost all  Festool users are Kreg user too.

Look forward to see them in

GREAT idea, GREAT toolboxx. I have to get one of those for sure !!!
Looks like a great product, one that adheres to the mantra "form follows function." Way overpriced though for me.

You know this will replace my current Kreg Case( too Cheesy ) I have that came with the Master System... it look more rugged and I can put more accessories in it that I'd like to buy..  Very nice Case.



Althought I like the concept, it's to late for me... I've standardized on the Stanly Pro Organizers at Home Depot ( under $20).

take out a couple of the bins and my jig fits in real well, and have the other bins with screws in there. 

Not sure why HD does not sell the thinner one, but you can buy a thinner version at Target or Ace, which also has the same interlock stacking feature.


Is the Toolboxx available now ?


Where is it sold online



I will probably buy the box with the screws, but I have everything else.  I've already bought the Blu-Kote screw assortment and have a second on order to use for screw storage.  This box might not work as well as you might think once you have the Master Set installed on a reasonable base.  I think I will just add a handle on the project Master Base that also holds the screws and tools.  It's important to have a solid mounted base to work with, and is nearly impossible to use without one. 

I earlier bought a very similar box at Lowes with screw storage on top like this and below.  Probably the same manufacturer or sam town in China.  I would like to see a box twice this size as once you use the Kreg screw system there is a tendency to grow the accessories and screw types/sizes.


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