harsh environments such as salt air and extreme temperatures. Even the product packaging is put through the wringer of drop tests, crush tests, and all manner of roughing up to make sure a piece of equipment ships to the end-user in sound shape. I left the Home Depot headquarters with the impression that the tools—and toolboxes—that are sold at the company’s outlets are built to last.
HUSKY TOOL STORAGE Husky is the house brand of Home Depot, and the new Husky 36-in., 12 Drawer Tool Chest and Cabinet (shown on page 12) is great for storing and organizing all your tools and hardware. The chest is made from all welded steel construction and finished
with tough industrial red powder- coat paint. The twelve drawers and easily accessible top till provide a total of 21,704 cu. in. storage capacity. The drawers fully extend open and glide effort- lessly on ball-bearing slides that can support up to 100 lbs. These slides also have a unique Secure Latch retention system that ensures your drawers are com- pletely closed and secured. The top till has an integrated power strip with 4 outlets and 2 USB ports. Premium Drawer Liners are included to protect your tools. The reinforced top lid is supported by gas strut, and an ergonomic handle and 5x2-in. casters allow you to easily move the cabinet around your workspace. Total weight capacity of the cabinet is 1,200 lb. The Husky Heavy Duty Workbench (shown below) is massive with 26,551 cu. in. of storage space and 2,200 lb. load capacity. This rolling tool cabinet is built with heavy 19-Gauge steel and has a