Over at Home Depot, they have a new series of (Black Friday 2021) special buys on these Dewalt ToughSystem 2.0 tool trays. I bought some for myself, and might buy more. You should probably consider the same while these are still in stock.
When I posted about a similar deal last year, I purchased a 3-pack for $20 and I’m considering buying more.
There are multiple tool tray options and combinations to choose from, but I’ll get to that in a moment.
Here’s what’s so special about them. The Dewalt ToughSystem tool trays are conveniently sized, they have extending carry handles, they can be stacked and connected together, and there are fold-out tabs you can use to position them at the top of ToughSystem 2.0 tool boxes.
I have a confession to make. I don’t think I have ever actually used these inside of my ToughSystem 2.0 tool boxes yet. This is why I’m being a little overly energetic in how I describe the trays, because I want you to realize that these are incredibly versatile even if you don’t own any ToughSystem 2.0 products.
Officially, they are NOT backwards compatible with original ToughSystem products. Yes, they can be inserted into certain ToughSystem tool boxes, but not perfectly and they won’t rest on the top ledges.
I use mine in drawers, on shelves, and placed on workbenches to help contain the tools used in open projects.
The plastic construction is strong but tough with a little bit of flex.
For greater organization, you can equip the trays with optional customizable foam inserts (sold separately), or you can fit the built-in slots with DIY dividers made from plywood or similar materials.
All of the tool trays and combinations are currently shipping for free with no minimum purchase required. The “special buy” pricing is accurate as of the time of this posting and is subject to change.
Dewalt ToughSystem 2.0 Shallow Tool Trays
Dewalt ToughSystem 2.0 Deep Tool Trays
Dewalt ToughSystem 2.0 Tray Bundle Pack
Customizable Foam Insert Options
(Lastly, a question for regular readers – does the layout of this post work for you? I would normally have images followed by different text links for these purchase and availability options, and I don’t typically like having so many “buy” buttons, but this seems a bit cleaner.)