Hyper Tough 3-Drawer Project Center

Walmart # 563568839

Hyper Tough 3-Drawer Project Center

Walmart # 563568839
List $95.00
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  • 30 lb ball-bearing drawer
  • Removable work surface
  • 4" casters support 300 lbs
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    About This Item

  • 30 lb ball-bearing drawer
  • Removable work surface
  • 4" casters support 300 lbs
  • Customer Reviews
    3.8 out of 5 Stars
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    The bottom drawer right track came missing a small little cap on the end which prevents the rest of the track from coming all the way out. Needless to say, When I opened the drawer the little bearings all came falling out of the track. Very poorly made. Came with little dents all over it. Quality control must have been asleep on this one. I am very angry. I am not going to tear this thing down again, then box it back up, then ship it out just to receive another unchecked product. I am going to have to rig it up somehow and bite the bullet. I know you get what you pay for but come on...Seriously?

    Less Than 1/2 The Price Of The Item At Home Depot

    Home Depot wants $120 for theirs. This one's not quite as heavily built -- e.g., the drawers are rated at 30 lbs while theirs is rated at 50 lbs. But this one's plenty nice ... and is a steal at $50. The wood top Home Depot sells separately for theirs ($20) is a perfect fit and looks fantastic instead of the plastic tray.

    Arrived damaged, very cheaply built.

    I thought this would be a good deal, but it is very light steel, and will likely not last long. The welds are of suspect quality as well. Mine arrived with a dent on one edge. Nothing too serious, but annoying none the less. I won't be buying another one.

    On clearance for $25 or I'd have brought it back.

    Like many of the reviews on this site for this product, they don't package the device very well. Big dent at the bottom of the cabinet, creased so I couldn't easily knock it out. Of course, for a 50% savings, I kept it, dent and all. Banged it out as best I could, and otherwise it's in fair enough condition. The dent isn't a deal breaker at $25. If you catch it for $25, pick it up. If they want $50, run away fast.

    Poor quality. Unable to open drawer. Broken lock

    The product came nicely packed and secure. However you "assembling" all the pieces, you actually need to pull out the last drawer in order to get the wheels locked in and screwed. I realized immediately that I was struggling to get the drawer (or any of the drawers to open). They come with keys as well. I tried "locking/unlocking" SEVERAL times to open the drawers. Gently yanked at them and even tried the simultaneously key with the pulling motion. I had the cabinet in it's natural upright position as well. Alas the lock broke! I resorted to shoving in a flat head screw driver to yank all drawers open. The price to pay is a broken lock and drawers now that wont close flush. The space is still fine and I can still make this drawer work for storing tools and supplies. It will sit in a corner inside a small storage facility. So while this is not heartbreaking, it's definitely NOT worth this price. Overall seems like a cheap product with a catchy online tag **best seller**.

    Garbage, trash, rubbish

    It seems that several crafters posted online they had found this "great cart" at their local Walmart selling for $18.00. (One Philadelphia Walmart had it for $15.00) This cart was originally $84.00 marked down to $64.88, then $18.00. Well of course, the news spread on the internet like wildfire and this cart was flying out of Walmart's doors at this crazy price. Well it raised eyebrows on the local stores level as it was explained to me by our local stores manager, this was a huge mistake and corporate never should have authorized this price reduction, so bottom line I'm not getting this tremendous discount. After I explained that this price was advertised for several days and available at several Walmart's, she agreed to honor the price as a gesture of good faith. Thinking I was getting the deal of the century, off I went with my cart. When you actually see the quality of what your getting, you will soon agree this cart isn't even worth the$18.00 price. It's flimsy, thin metal which will bend and dent easily and their wooden top is MDF board that can easily break. One thing to remember, you get what you pay for!

    Great tool for the shop

    I bought this as a tool cart for automotive repair. It has a lot of storage in the top trays, has hangers for certain tools, and has drawers both shallow and deep for easy storage and retrieving of larger tools and auto parts. I really like that it is mobile and moves easily from the garage to the driveway as the need dictates. I really love the removable work surface on the top...great for a bench-like work space for small automotive projects. I can also see that this cart would be a great asset in a wood-working shop. When I get my wood working shop ready to go, I will get the same cart for that shop. Thank you for providing such a handy and convenient item. The cart came with drawers fully assembled and inserted...just had to install the wheels and top...about 15 minutes. Big thumbs up for this item!

    5 stars at this price

    Manufacturer double boxed and padded and braced and packed this well. Arrived in mint condition, thank you Fedex Home. Outer box is maybe 1/4 inch thick. Assembly was relatively easy. Everything lined up perfectly. (73/f, so don't whine, you young guys). Seems quite sturdy. I'm not going to be hauling it to job sites, so I don't need even sturdier. I wanted to line the bottom drawer with the work board, but it's a fraction of an inch too large. I can get it cut down. I'll probably have so much lumpy stuff in the top tray, the work board won't fit. But it'll be handy if I want to do something that probably shouldn't be done on the kitchen counter. Lot of nice holes in the bottom, if anybody wants to change casters. These casters are same as I had on a top-of-the-line Craftsman years ago. Two that swivel. I'm thinking about getting a second cart for office supply type storage.

    Affordable Tool Box

    I was tired of digging through several plastic tool boxes to find what I was looking for, so I bought this project center. It's perfect for what I need. The plastic top organizes more tools that you'd expect. I put my screwdrivers upright in the holes across the back, and they are so easy to grab. The quality is excellent and it should last a very long time.


    I used it to make a Lego cabinet for my grandson. Also, I glued a Lego sheet to the top to create a building area.
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