|商品尺寸||43.94 x 33.02 x 16.51 cm; 1.71 公斤|
DEWALT 得伟 TSTAK II工具箱，平顶（DWST17807）
DEWALT DWST17807 TSTAK II平顶工具整理箱在DEWALT存储方面提供了创新。 可灵活进行不同的组合。 所有组件都可以堆叠在一起，并且可以与耐用的侧面闩锁连接，以便于携带和堆叠。 每个组件顶部的双材料手柄便于轻松舒适地提起，重型金属闩锁可防止生锈。
Now the down side, the box structure is poorly designed and manufactured. The shelf under the bottom drawer is bowed upwards so that the bottom drawer drags on it. That is mentioned in some of the other reviews and you can see it in the DeWalt product photos. But worse than that is the supporting feet are positioned so that the lower shelf bows up even more so into the bottom drawer, more so with heavier loads in the toolbox. I would expect this to get worse as the plastic deforms over time. Note that this is not a problem when stacking the drawer box on top of other TSTAK boxes because the bottom feet are not in play (load goes through the sidewalls).
One way out of the bottom box support problem might be to purchase the roller base. I fixed this by custom fitting 4 wooden feet to my bottom box (painting them black) so that they support the box at the sidewalls.
Of lesser concern is that with the drawers more heavily loaded I am not sure whether or not they will bow downward over time.
I easily would have given 5 stars if not for the bowed lower shelf and the poorly located supporting feet. I almost gave 3 stars.
Do you read these reviews? Come on, get your act together. You have a fantastic reputation built up over the years. Don’t mess it up. Unfortunately once the downward slide to incompetence starts, mediocrity seems to be inevitable. I have many of your excellent products and until now look to DeWalt first before other brands. The two primary mistakes on this product:
1) How long have you sourced out molded parts? Can’t you by now manage your designs and suppliers so that you can mold a bottom shelf that is not excessively distorted?
2) First rule of structural design is to mind your load path. Shame on you. Who signed off on the drawing? You have set your side walls as the load carrying members, the drawers beam the loads nicely and added toolboxes seem to be supported okay. Then when you get to the bottom feet you drastically offset the load reaction points with insufficient moment carrying capability from the shelf. Sure, you would have had to rework your interlocking/interface features but you need to start with something that works structurally.
I'm also a hobby photographer and actually bought these cases as a storage and transport system for my cameras and equipment.
I originally wanted the Pelican 1510 (as I know it's reputation in the photography world)case to store and transport my cameras and accessories, and for more organized storage, at home. But, with the foam, ONE case was $151.00. And, that was the lowest price I could find.
Upon further research, I found This system from Dewalt. With 6 different cases to choose from and the ability to purchase pre-formed, pickable foam for inside, they made great sense for use with my equipment. AND they are stackable!
Here are the two cases I bought with most of my equipment now inside. I still have more to go through, and may need one more case, along with at least one more set of foam. But, here is what I liked... each of the boxes ranged in price from $14.99 to $29.99 each. And, the foam inserts are only $9.99 each. Far more affordable for me!
So... the TWO cases I have here cost $55.00, as opposed to $300+ if I had bought the Pelican.
I can afford to get a 3rd box, and more foam, and STILL be well under the price of one Pelican box!
I've posted pics of boxes open, and stacked (and, fastened together). My favorite one is the 'long handle' box: it has another section on top for all my batteries and chargers. (So, I can, hopefully, stop misplacing them)
I'll post an update at a later time once I've had a chance to really put these to use.