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I almost jumped for joy when I saw this:  Pelican is making a toolbox now, the 0450!  Since the late ’70s they’ve been making some awesome waterproof, drop-proof, hardcore cases that can go where other boxes can’t, so this should be the Holy Grail if you’re looking to build a custom “go-to” toolbox.

You can carry almost any tool under the sun in this case, and did I mention it’s mobile?  With some of the solutions they demo on their site, this could be a great way to keep your tools organized and safe.

As Ford said, you can have any color you want, as long as it’s black.  At $500, I’ll admit it’s a bit expensive for this size toolbox, but come on, it’s gonna last a lifetime.  For the level of organization you can achieve with this setup, I think it’s worth looking at — especially for those of us who need to take obnoxious amounts of our tools with us.

0450 Toolbox [Pelican]
Street Pricing [Google]


6 Responses to Pelican Makes Toolboxes Now

  1. Davo says:

    Awesome…I love Pelican products!

  2. Fabian says:

    Uhh.. it’s not that big.. you can get a good strong plastic toolbox that will last a long time at home depot for 20 bucks.


  3. Bryan says:

    I use allot of Pelican products and the sticker shock always hits me on every purchase. But I have NEVER had a regret with a single one (I own at least a dozen).

    At $500 it is a big bill for what is a tool box. But I have allot of expensive specialty tools that would double the price in less than two drawers, so its not THAT expensive.

    Lets face it, its not for a general contractor or in house mechanic. But if you need to travel or fly, I think this will be on the short list for essential tools.

    It also should be mentioned that Pelican has a no question asked guarantee. And its no BS, real deal folks.

  4. metis says:

    oh unholy flying monkey gods i want one. do i need one? not really, but if i was still working in audio engineering i’d buy one in a heart beat.

    if you have something you need to protect from dust and water these folks are the way to go. now, wrenches? they can get wet, but a good multi meter, or microphone, i’d like to keep them dry and clean.

  5. Eric says:

    I, still working in audio engineering, want one. I want one to have my babies.

  6. Harley says:

    Like many audio guys on the road I work with I never need an excuse to purchase another Pelican case. This having a bit more features than the conventional Pelican I would want some hands on experience with it before purchasing.
    I always have an intended purpose when I buy a Pelican case, but eventually the case gets used for things I never thought of.

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