Transport Tools to Locations Inaccessible by Vehicles

DEWALT introduces the new Tough Chest Mobile Storage – model DWST38000 – and 15 Gallon Chest – model DWST33090.

DEWALT introduces the new Tough Chest Mobile Storage – model DWST38000 – and 15 Gallon Chest – model DWST33090.

DEWALT introduces the new Tough Chest Mobile Storage – model DWST38000 – and 15 Gallon Chest – model DWST33090. Not all areas of a job site are accessible by truck or vehicle. The new Tough Chest Mobile Storage and 15 Gallon Chest help organize, store, protect, and transport tools and other job site necessities so you can roll up to your specific area and get to work. Both chests easily store in vehicles and are time-savers eliminating multiple trips from truck or vehicle to the job at hand.

DEWALT Tough Chest Mobile Storage introduces steel top rails for top loading. Tool boxes, saw horses, and other items can be secured to the top of the Tough Chest Mobile Storage with bungee cords. It features heavy-duty 8-inch rubber wheels for maneuverability over the rough job site terrain and includes a water seal and durable, corrosion resistant metal latches. Tough Chest Mobile Storage delivers 110 pounds of load capacity and 63 gallon useful volume.

Today 50 gallon mobile tool chests are a popular storage option for power tools and other job site materials. DEWALT is adding 13 more gallons of storage space to make Tough Chest Mobile Storage 63 gallons. Tough Chest™ Mobile Storage also features IP53 water resistance seal to help protect contents from water or weather damage.

The 15 Gallon Chest features a telescopic metal pull handle and heavy-duty 7-inch rubber wheels for maneuverability over the rough jobsite terrain. A one-touch latch allows for quick and easy opening with one hand. A 3-position tray provides organization of small parts inside or outside on the extended handle. The 15 Gallon Chest is water resistant, with IP43 rating and capacity load is up to 90 Lbs.

Tough Chest Mobile Storage and 15 Gallon Chest are also ideal for storing and transporting sporting goods and camping equipment.

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