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After a tremendous number of requests and positive feedback, we're proud to announce that the Kreg Toolboxx™ is officially back, starting August 2012!

 

The Toolboxx™ is the simplest and easiest way to store your complete Kreg Jig® collection. It features a 15 bin organizer in the top compartment and a large cavity on the bottom for the Kreg Jig® and other large components. The Toolboxx™ also features a push-to-open design which provides access to both compartments at once, a see-through clear window keeping components visible even when the Toolboxx™ is closed, and a heavy duty handle for transportation to the jobsite.

 

Best of all... the Toolboxx™ now comes with over 1,000 Kreg Screws, so you'll always have the screw you need at hand.

 

 

Kreg Toolboxx™

Comes with over 1,000 Kreg Screws:

150 - SPS-F075
150 - SML-C125
150 - SML-F125
150 - SML-C150
150 - SML-F150
150 - SPS-F1
150 - SPS-C1

Learn More at kregtool.com

$79.99 MSRP

 

 

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Got one when they came out the first time.  Awesome addition. Love having it all in one box.

 

Joseph,

 I have 3 of the same style boxes but deeper, made or sold by Husky, at Home Depot for $29.00 I also bought 2 of the little shallower ones, like this model, that were on sale for $19.00. One for me and one for the Missus. She uses it for her sewing goods. Loves it. Husky models as well. I use mu shallow one for rivets and riveting equip.



Joseph E. Esquivel said:

Hey Wow!

Not enough Pictures; is the screw container the cover lid? The swing type hinges enclosed or open to the outside?

Come on! Oh by the way my internet is Phone line and slow can't play any videos. Perhaps if they could be down loaded then played but; haven't seen this option or I'm unaware of how to. Please assist. I think I'm building my own out of light weight solid wood 3/8" or 1/2". With more storage options theirs is hardly enough.

Joseph Esquivel

 



Ray Romero said:

Joseph,

 I have 3 of the same style boxes but deeper, made or sold by Husky, at Home Depot for $29.00 I also bought 2 of the little shallower ones, like this model, that were on sale for $19.00. One for me and one for the Missus. She uses it for her sewing goods. Loves it. Husky models as well. I use mu shallow one for rivets and riveting equip.



Joseph E. Esquivel said:

Hey Wow!

Not enough Pictures; is the screw container the cover lid? The swing type hinges enclosed or open to the outside?

Come on! Oh by the way my internet is Phone line and slow can't play any videos. Perhaps if they could be down loaded then played but; haven't seen this option or I'm unaware of how to. Please assist. I think I'm building my own out of light weight solid wood 3/8" or 1/2". With more storage options theirs is hardly enough.

Joseph Esquivel

 



Ray Romero said:



Ray Romero said:

Joseph,

 I have 3 of the same style boxes but deeper, made or sold by Husky, at Home Depot for $29.00 I also bought 2 of the little shallower ones, like this model, that were on sale for $19.00. One for me and one for the Missus. She uses it for her sewing goods. Loves it. Husky models as well. I use mu shallow one for rivets and riveting equip.



Joseph E. Esquivel said:

Hey Wow!

Not enough Pictures; is the screw container the cover lid? The swing type hinges enclosed or open to the outside?

Come on! Oh by the way my internet is Phone line and slow can't play any videos. Perhaps if they could be down loaded then played but; haven't seen this option or I'm unaware of how to. Please assist. I think I'm building my own out of light weight solid wood 3/8" or 1/2". With more storage options theirs is hardly enough.

Joseph Esquivel

 

I got one for Christmas this year with all the screws and everything and my wife paid around 220 for it. Not for nothing but that home depot box looks like the same exact box in a different color.

It's the same---

but ''different''.

sgtspector said:

>>>....that home depot box looks like the same exact box in a different color./p>

Dural,

Home Depot, as well and many others, sell similar boxes, that can be used to store screws.

  I've been using, fishing tackle boxes, made by Plano Molding, for lotsa years, for storing fasteners and hardware.    

Different size boxes can be used for specific storage purposes.

  For many uses, I prefer to keep the screws/fasteners, in their original container, with their applicable markings, and the store the boxes in a separate labeled suitable container.

Ex:---wood screws, drywall screws, sheet metal screw, machine screws, nuts, washers, pop-rivets, deck screws, bolts, etc--- just name a few.

Hope you get the idea.

As described above, may not work for some people,

but---

It Works For Me.

ps---ammo cans and ammo boxes, are also very handy.  Most are equipped with handles, and you can stack 'em up.  Just label each, on the front and one side, for ready identification.

Dural Weeden said:

Can you buy the box without the screws?  I have several boxes of screws but I like the idea of the box.  Currently I am using two Stanly boxes one with screws in it and one with tools.  I doubt this would reduce the cost a lot but anything would help.  I do like the concept..

Why can't they just sell the box by itself? Why with a bunch of screws that you may not need or want. I think I know the answer but come on Kreg. 

you guys are lucky, by the time this gets to the UK it will be near a £100, about $150

 I picked up a toolbox just a bit smaller from Sears for around 24.00 Works for me.

Found these at Home Depot and lowes. Pretty much the same only a little cheaper
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