Choosing the right portable Tool chest is never easy. There are so many different options available. You'll need to identify what will determine you purchase. Are you working on a budget, or do you even have space for a large chest?
Size, storage space and brand are just some of the things that you might consider when buying a Tool Chest.
Budget Tool Chests
If you only have a few tools, an add-on tool chest is a perfect solution. It has enough room for the essentials, is durable and secure.
Sealey make a range of Superline Pro tool chest add-ons; with deals to be had on some models. Despite only having two drawers, they do have a full height, rear locking mechanism, which locks the drawers in multiple locations. These tool chests are available in a range of colours, Red, Black, Blue, Orange, White and Green.
6 Drawer Tool Chests
If you require more store space, the six drawer tool chests will provide you with more options. Sealey American Pro chests have three long drawers, one deep and 2 slightly shallower, 3 small drawers and a top tray.
Specification (W x D x H):
Overall Size: 600 x 260 x 340mm
Small Split Drawer (x3): 155 x 225 x 37mm
Small Drawer (x2): 510 x 225 x 37mm
Medium Drawer (x1): 510 x 225 x 85mm
Alternatively, you could choose the Teng 6 Draw tool chest, with foam lined drawers & anti-rust guide.
8 Drawer Tool Chests
For those of you who need to keep a larger collection of tools secure, the eight tool chests offer slightly more storage.
A great value, 8 draw tool chest is the "Beta Tool 8 Drawer Tool Chest". These tool chests have eight drawers with ball bearing slides: 3 long draws and 5 small draws. The central small draw is double the depth of the other smaller ones, perfect for storing screws, nails and other small items. All the drawers are fitted with foam rubber mats.
The chests have a front, centralised safety lock and retractable side handles for ease of transport. The chest is also available in Red or Orange.
Large Tools Chests
There are certain situations where you may need to secure a large amount of your tool kit. Perhaps you need to transport it, or maybe your premises aren't secure enough to leave tools unsecured? Whatever the situation, Tools Today have a range of larger tool chests, allowing more storage and security for your expensive tools.
This 10 Drawer 72" Tool chest by Draper is perfect for those who need to use longer tools, such as extension sockets.
Or, if you need something deeper, why not check out the Superline topchest, 10 drawer tool chest. It has larger storage drawers to secure a range of tools and accessories.
If you should need any further advice about any of the tool chests listed here, please don't hesitate to ask us. You can talk directly to one of our Tool Experts via the live chat on our website.