"Good tool box clever design with bottom section removable the bottom section is ideal for small spares keeps them separate from main tools also like that you can open lid from either side of box, only gave three stars for reliability as not been using box long so don't know how it will last but nothing lasts for ever."
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Review 3 for Stanley 'Click & Connect' Tool Box & Organiser 19"
"This is a good idea, letting you have tools in the top box and smaller items of fixings etc. in the clip-on lower box. Further lower boxes are available separately to build a stack - think poor man's Festool Systainers.
But the fact that the handle is on the lid, and that the lid is flexible and has single, long catches along both sides to make it completely removable (why?) means that it is quite difficult to get both catches to reliably engage. Result - you are carrying the box and at least one side of the lid un-clips and the box falls leaving you with the handle/lid assembly!"
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Review 4 for Stanley 'Click & Connect' Tool Box & Organiser 19"
"Bought this a while ago to put small tools in and thought the fixings box attachment idea was good.
After a while as toolboxes always seem to do , you get more and more tools accumulate and before you know it you struggle to shut the lid. The two trays in the lid are a good idea, but eat up far too much room in the main toolbox. Once your box reaches this stage it is only a matter of time until you think the lid has been shut and latched, you pick it up to walk to the van and lo and behold it decides to give way and spill its entire contents on the floor. It wont do it straight away but somewhere between the job and the van , and more than likeley when your above a puddle. Ok if your planning on having very few tools in the box otherwise dont bother"