Trusco Tool Box

Tools have changed a lot over the years. The Trusco Tool Box has not. Designed by Keiyu Hisashi in 1947, this sturdy, classic tool box is made from blue-enameled steel and swings open in one smooth motion, revealing various cubbies with removable dividers for things like screws, nails, pliers, and ever-present Allen wrenches. A large space in the bottom provides room for larger tools like hammers, ratchets, or anything else with a long-ish handle, and the striking color will make it easy to spot on the jobsite.

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