Viper Tool Storage 26" 5 Drawer 18G Steel Roller Cabinet, Lime LB2605R Reviews
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26" 5-drawer 18G Steel Rolling Cabinet, Lime Green, a Rugged Storage Option
Keep your tools secure in the Viper Tool Storage 26-inch 5-drawer 18G steel rolling cabinet. This tough cabinet is crafted with a 18G steel frame and has a modern, vibrant lime green finish. It's got enough space for all your tool storage needs with 5-drawers and corrosion resistant aluminum pulls. Designers installed ball bearing slides that can handle 100-lbs of pressure, and four solid 5" x 2" resin casters so you can wheel this box around easily using the polished chrome side handle. In short, this cabinet can take as much as you can dish out.
The 26" 5-drawer 18 G steel rolling cabinet, lime green is strong enough for professional use, but perfect for your home or garage as well. A cam lock with keys is provided to keep your items secure. Buy one, or add it to other Viper storage options, which come in black, yellow, orange, teal, purple, white, or stainless steel. Get added security from the limited lifetime warranty.
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Comments about Viper Tool Storage 26" 5 Drawer 18G Steel Roller Cabinet, Lime:
I got this tool chest piece along with the chest that stacks on top of it. So far they are working on awesome to separate my tools from my boyfriends. We both love working on cars, and both have a ton of tools. But since he owns American and I own foreign, we have two totally different sets of tools. This means we desperately needed a way to keep our tools organized and separated. I love that this chest is a bright color, but not too girly. Pink is ugly, red is old and boring, the black was what he chose. The bright green has held up so well too, it looks just as bright and nice as the day we bought it. I also love how the other drawer piece fits securely onto this one. I like that I don't have to worry about the top piece sliding off the bottom piece. I like that the drawers are different depths, so that the more bulky ones and the smaller ones can each be organized separately, no worries of them getting lost all jumbled up together.