I can’t be certain, but I would swear that Husky comes out with a couple of new tool storage items every holiday season. It seems that this year is no different. I’ll be writing about some of the new Husky tool storage products I caught a glimpse of, but one stood out a little stronger than the rest – this new stackable nail caddy.
The new Husky Nail Caddy appears to be a bulk parts organizer for storing boxes of nails or screws. It looks to be compartmentalized, and perhaps customizable. I wish I could tell for sure, but these haven’t appeared at my local Home Depot yet.
There are clear lids for each compartment and a fixed top handle, both convenient features.
Oh, and the Husky Nail Caddy is also stackable, thanks to its side spring-action latches.
In Home Depot’s product image, the bottom organizer looks to be filled with hand tools, which doesn’t ring true to the nail caddy product name. That’s a good thing, these things wouldn’t be very versatile, in my opinion, if all they could hold were boxes of nails.
But wait – how do you remove the clear lids?
Ah, you don’t! There’s another version of the caddy – an unlidded stacking caddy 2-pack, which comes with removable dividers and no lid. So it seems that, in the Home Depot product image, there’s a Husky Nail Caddy on top, and an unlidded 6-compartment caddy on the bottom.
There looks to be a recess for the handle at the bottom of each Husky caddy, since the handles are fixed in position. And so do you even need to remove the clear lids of the Husky Nail Caddy to stack two of those together? I thought you did, but I’ve since changed my mind.
How did these things come out without my ever knowing?! There are apparently 7 of the 2-pack caddy towers in stock at my local Home Depot, but I scoured the tool box aisle several times and couldn’t find the Nail Caddy, let alone these. Oh well.
The Nail Caddy is $10, and the 2-pack of 6-compartment caddies is $15.
You can order both online for in-store pickup, and the 2-pack of caddies can be ordered for home delivery as well.
Apparently my store has 15 of the Nail Caddies in stock, yet I couldn’t find them anywhere and couldn’t wait the 10-15 minutes it usually takes an associate to track down tools that aren’t on the sales floor yet.
If you happen to check these out before I do, please let us know what you think of them! How well do they stack, and can the Nail Caddies stack without having to remove the lids?
Price: $10 for the Nail Caddy, $15 for the 2-pack of 6-compartment organizers
Curtis shared some insight about the Nail Caddy, check out his comment below!
He also mentioned finding that only one of the organizers in the 2-pack of stacking caddies comes with dividers.