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I received a Kreg tool box for Christmas this year.  I love it.  I now have a place to keep all of my Kreg clamps, extra drill bits, extra driver bits, and even my Kreg tool in the bottom of the tool box.  I love the removable trays for screw in the top of the box and the see thru lid.  I love the way that the top is supported with the legs in the back when you lift the top lid to get to the bottom.  The only way this box could have been better is is the bottom was a little deeper but it's still very functional.  The box is very tough and well made.  As for the value, at first I thought the price was a little high but then I figured in the cost of the screws that are included in the box and I figured that the box itself cost me about $20.  It's a pretty good value in my book.  If you're looking for a great place to store your Kreg gear, this is a great choice!

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Comment by Robert Masterson on March 5, 2013 at 6:09pm

Just bought the Toolboxx at my local Lowe's for $179. With the $50 rebate that will be cheaper than the Master jig by itself. Haven't used it yet, but I'm looking forward to it this weekend!

Comment by Ken Darga on February 20, 2013 at 8:39am

The bins can be easily labeled---

apply a strip of masking tape, adhesive backed label, or the like, and

write on it, using a Xfine-point sharpie pen.

Also, for viewing, a sample screw can be affixed, using clear RTV, or the like, to the inside of the container lid. 

Comment by David Niebeling on February 19, 2013 at 11:31pm

Hey Chris,

I'm glad to hear that you are getting into the Kreg stuff.  You will never regret it.  As far as labelling goes, I didn't label my screws because I've been using the screws long enough that I can tell one Kreg screw from another just by looking at it.  If you keep at it, you will know what I mean soon enough.

Comment by Chris Seymour on February 19, 2013 at 2:02pm

Hi David,

I bought the Kreg toolbox as well.  I am fairly new to Kreg products but was wondering if you mark or label  which screws are in the different containers in the toolbox?

Thanks.

Comment by KregRep on January 14, 2013 at 11:44am

We're glad you like it!

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