Toolbox corner


Treated myself to a Halfrauds tool chest today as I badly need organizing in the tool department :D 165£ but 130 with the trade card :cool: lined the drawers and base with some lino floor I had spare coz why not lol


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There a good box them mate most of them are pretty good these days if they are in a workshop. It's when they are in a van that does them no good at all. I'm lucky to still have my snap on stuff from when I was on the spanners full time as a job (agricultural mechanic) so I'm got too much stuff now but will never sell as can always fall back on it.


It's not moving from the shed corner lol, thinking about a middle box with 3 more drawers now. I didn't realise I had THAT many screwdrivers :oops:


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I fancy going to SGS Engineering for one of their toolchests.

It's on my To Buy list. But if I'm honest, I don't do much spanner work these days, just can't be bothered. If it's broke, it tends to just sit there broken.


Wtf is it with sideways pic ? Grr
Anyhow, picked that up a couple of hours ago for 30 quid :) 6ft tall, metre wide and 400mm deep I think.
Get some shelving knocked up soon as it was a file rack setup inside like the smaller filing cabinets.
If anyone can spot what's wrong apart from the sideways pic I will send them a signed picture of myself in a pose of there choice :)
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Cordless Ryobi grinder with 4AH battery and charger added to the chest, Halfrauds is the cheapest place for Ryobi stuff these days which makes a nice change from them feeling you up every time lol


Picked this up from Halfords earlier :) comes with 3 sockets and a hex driver attachment, 2ah battery and an inteliport charger. Bonus free tool aswell so I've ordered a palm sander :)
Got this to replace my Sealey wrench, nothing wrong with the wrench itself just a fucked battery but good excuse to upgrade lmfao
Also not pictured is the Halfords advanced impact socket set I grabbed too in the bundle deal :)
The Ryobi Percussion drill I bought in February impressed me that much I'm changing all my power tools to Ryobi cordless, I've plenty of batteries and chargers now so just need the bare tools which is handy.