Evaluating the Importance of a Husky Tool Chest Review

Evaluating the Importance of a Husky Tool Chest Review
Evaluating the Importance of a Husky Tool Chest Review

With a high number of new tool cabinet/chest combo releases in the last year, Husky – a house brand at Home Depot – proves to be a worthy adversary in the cabinet/chest space. In fact, according to information gleaned from a Husky tool chest review, their new 52 inches and 56 inches tool storage offerings are sturdy, feature-rich, and great looking enough to be considered over various others.

Husky’s new line can be bought in either a 52 inches 15-drawer option or a 56 inches 23-drawer option. They both feature an all-welded steel construction coupled with a fantastic black matte finish in powder coat that’s resistant to rust and unlike the glossy finishes from other brands, won’t showcase your fingerprints. Both of these rest on six industrial-grade polypropylene casters – six in number (5”x2”), four of them swiveling with brakes and the other two not swiveling. These casters can support as much as 2,500 lbs.

Both of these units have full extension soft-close drawers with a reinforced top-deck lid sustained by heavy-duty gas struts. The slides on the ball-bearing drawers can support as much as 120lbs. each and the bottom cabinet drawers feature two slides on either side, making it possible for them to support a weight that’s twice as much.

Evaluating the Importance of a Husky Tool Chest Review

With a high number of new tool cabinet/chest combo releases in the last year, Husky – a house brand at Home Depot – proves to be a worthy adversary in the cabinet/chest space. In fact, according to information gleaned from a Husky tool chest review, their new 52 inches and 56 inches tool storage offerings are sturdy, feature-rich, and great looking enough to be considered over various others.

Husky’s new line can be bought in either a 52 inches 15-drawer option or a 56 inches 23-drawer option. They both feature an all-welded steel construction coupled with a fantastic black matte finish in powder coat that’s resistant to rust and unlike the glossy finishes from other brands, won’t showcase your fingerprints. Both of these rest on six industrial-grade polypropylene casters – six in number (5”x2”), four of them swiveling with brakes and the other two not swiveling. These casters can support as much as 2,500 lbs.

Both of these units have full extension soft-close drawers with a reinforced top-deck lid sustained by heavy-duty gas struts. The slides on the ball-bearing drawers can support as much as 120lbs. each and the bottom cabinet drawers feature two slides on either side, making it possible for them to support a weight that’s twice as much.

Husky is a brand that showcases a line of various pneumatic tools, hand tools and various tool storage items. The brand name is founded back in 1924, but they exclusively display and sell their products through Home Depot.

Husk is proud of their products and their recent addition is the talk of the town. You may be enamored by the hype of these tool chest. However, it doesn’t mean to say that Husky is not to be commended of their new offer to their customers. There is just this fact that their latest tool storage chest is not advisable for everyone, especially when your hand tools and pneumatic tools are only a handful and what you really need is just a smaller tool storage.

Before getting into the other types of tool chest, let’s discuss the newest addition of Husky in their product line recently.

Portable Rolling Tool Chest

The portable rolling tool chest, or also known by others as the drag-and-roll storage box is the most ideal for most buyers that prefer to have flexibility in taking their tools almost anywhere. These tool chests can be carried over in short distances, put inside a car trunk or truck bed and then rolled towards the job site. Many tradesmen in the industry prefer to go with this tool chest because of efficiency and convenience, including plumbers and carpenters as they are perfect for carrying along a good assortment of tools to a remote location or in a house for easy and handy access. The portable tool chest, just like the one offered recently by Husky are made out of metal and various other composite materials. Other brands have their portable tool chests made out of canvas materials and hard plastic, including the aforementioned ones. Aside from the Husky brand, other competitors you know about are Stanley, Snap-on, Kobalt, Dewalt and Craftsman. Some of these names are known to manufacture the tools under the Husky name exclusively for Home Depot, which is Stanley. Other names include Iron Bridge Tools, Apex Tool Group and Western Forge.

Combination of Rolling Tool Box and Workbench

Husky also offers a combination of the tool box and workbench. It comes in a rolling box that has a flat and large slab of surface at the top of the tool chest itself, which can be utilized as a workbench. What’s so amazing about this offer is that you get a tool chest below, while you can work on the surface. There is less need for a ready workbench whenever you want to work on some project right away. Usually they are waist-high, which is between 36 to 42 inches including the wheels. They are offered in different widths as well. Its top may be made out of composite metal or wooded work surface. Most of the time the top are made of the same material that the box was made of, with heavy duty plastic and metal being very common. With Husky, they are known for the use of metal.