You thought you were done outfitting your shop — Stanley’s taken a rather mundane staple of the shop, a stacking parts bin, and found a way to make you want to throw out your old bins and buy new ones. They equipped an 11.5″ deep by 6-3/8″ wide by 5-1/8″ high bin with a sliding cover, not unlike a rolltop desk, and gave it a handle for easy transport.
The sliding cover on the Stock and Carry clicks shut to keep the contents inside and dust and dirt out. You can sit them on a workbench, hang them from racks, or put them Stanley’s Lock and Stock Organizer.
The organizer carries six Stock and Carry bins — which actually seem to be a different size then the ones above — plus a large bottom drawer and top organizer on two 7″ wheels. The 15-7/8″ wide by 25″ long by 24″ high organizer has a steel chassis with side handles to lug it around.
A three-pack of bins runs $20 at Amazon. You can pay anywhere from $1 to $10 for a single plastic stacking bin, so whether paying a little over $6 apiece is worth it depends on how well these are built. The Lock and Stock organizer will run you $150.