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I just came back from my annual stocking-stuffer trip during which I noticed that Wal-Mart is selling a Stanley Tool Box combo for $9. The first tool box is a Stanley model 19151. I could not find that specific number on the web, including on the Stanley site, but their model 19013, shown above, appears to be almost identical: plastic, approx. 19″ × 10″ × 9″ with a removable tool tray, two built-in organizers on top, and two metal latches. Wal-Mart’s combo puts a Stanley model 13004 (approx. 12″ × 5″ × 5″; simple plastic box with plastic latch and no tool tray) inside the model 19151. The label on the combo said “made in the USA with global materials.” Just so no one is confused by the picture, the tools and parts are not included.

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The Black & Decker Mastercart (model 17330605) is a slightly redesigned version of the Keter Mastercart that I bought several years ago at either Kmart or Walmart (mostly different colored trim: mine is gray, and the B&D’s is orange). Mine has held up well, although I have not abused it much: it mainly holds the tools, cords, wires, and so on that I use when working on computers or electronics around the house. The B&D is 18″ × 10.6″ × 24.4″ with a fold-down handle. The upper tool box, which detaches from the lower tool box, has a removable organizer on its front and two lidded compartments on its top. Both the upper and lower boxes have removable trays.

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