"these cases although cost a bit more then the other cheap case they are such an improvement. the compartments can be removed so you don't have to take all the case up on to a roof etc and the locking clips are metal not cheap plastic clips"
"MUCH better than similar items that I've owned. I thought the ForgeSteel cases were O.K. but after trying these, they're not even close. The Stanleys are much stronger and don't leak small stuff between compartments
I'm now upgrading all my compartment organizers to these
From the info pages and photographs, it's virtually impossible to tell the difference between this,
Stanley Deep Pro Organiser Product Code: 22910, which Is a FatMax case 460 x 370 x 125mm. - £14.99 at time of review
and the other:
Stanley FatMax Deep Pro Organizer Product Code: 21878 which Is also a FatMax case 460 x 125 x 370mm. - £24.99 at time of review
As far as I can make out, the extra tenner gets you a rubber gasket round the lid and metal latches
the products badly need new photographs to emphasize these particular points."
"I've got two of these, one for 15mm and second for 22mm plumbing fittings. They are absolutely a must if you like to be organised and have everything at hand. Box is made of fairly tough plastic, with 4 plastic clips securing the see through lid. You can stack one box on top of another and clip them together with 2 side clips. Overall I couldn't recommend more really, as they do exactly what they suppose to - hold stuff securely in an organised manner, but if I'm to be picky downsides for me are:
1. Clips could have been made of metal, although they seem adequately strong as they are 2. Option to purchase inner organising boxes in different sizes, as you only get 2 large ones with the box."
"Bought this "on impulse" whilst collecting an order in branch. I'd been looking for a case for some time and at this price (£15) I decided the looking was over. All the household electrical stuff is now in one place (fuses, connectors, small bulbs, wiring tools etc). Another super FatMax product."
"I'm slowly replacing my old screw organisers with these jobbies. I think they are great especially at the sale price with 33% off, don't know how long that'll last so I bought 4. You can lock 3 together. Very hard plastic case, individual sections are removable and there is no overspill when the case is locked closed."
"This storage provides easy visible access to my screws, fixings, raw plugs, etc. Each compartment is deep, removable and does not empty in to the next one when the case is turned upside down like some cheaper storage."
"As much as I weigh up the pros and cons of the variants in the 'Stanley Organiser department', I simply don't understand why they don't just make one organisers that covers all aspects and innovative ideas and needs of their customers! One is waterproof, one is not, one is deep, one is shallow, one clips on to another for storage, one doesn't, one has metal latches, one has cheap plastic. One has cheap plastic hinges, one has single length of the box metal hinge. One has a central latch that attaches the middle of the lid to the base, one doesn't so stuff falls around the organiser when not stored flat. Why not just put it all into one instead of varying design, keeping your costs up and more importantly passing these costs on to customers! Instead of trying to constantly innovate the design to keep customers, just concentrate on making a good solid product that will keep custom because of the quality!"
"This makes a good little organiser for screws/nuts/bolts etc, although ideally it would have more compartments for that (at least the size bolts I have in there!) but on the plus side they all stay in the right pots and the pots are removable so you only need take the one to the job you need."
"I now have a few of these collected over the past few years. The large compartment organiser is very good for larger components and this latest model is better than previous because of the improved locking mechanism for the lid.
I have bought cheaper versions of this type of storage box and found that they break at the most inconvenient times, usually because of cheaper specifications like type and thickness of plastic, the Stanley kit has been very robust, i.e. I still have the originals from several years ago.
My only "beef" is the price, plastic; even good plastic ain't this expensive!"