Rockler announced their Lock-Align drawer organization system back in August last year, and have now expanded the system with several new useful accessories.
Two of the new accessories stand out as being especially versatile additions to the Lock-Align system – a new wall bracket that allows the Rockler bins and boxes to be mounted a wall or other vertical surface, and a Lock-Align drawer liner that increases your options for laying out a drawer.
Lock-Align Wall Brackets
The new wall brackets feature the same locking profile as the drawer trays, allowing you grab a tray from a drawer and hang it on the wall. Up to five standard Lock-Align bins can fit on a single bracket.
- 19-11/16″ length
- Supports up to 5 standard-sized Lock-Align bins
- Durable plastic construction
- Pre-drilled at 16″ on center for easy mounting to studs
- Can be mounted to a wall or the edge of a work bench
Lock-Align storage bins are sold separately.
Price: $10 for a 2-pack
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Lock-Align Drawer Liner
These cut-to-size drawer liners provide more flexibility to organize a drawer and can be used with other Lock-Align accessories. Each liner measures 13″ x 23″.
The liner is made from a durable and pliable synthetic rubber material, and features the same grippy pattern as Rockler’s Lock-Align trays, which prevents items from sliding around in a drawer.
A grid pattern molded into the underside serves as a cutting guide, for trimming the liner to fit your drawer.
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Other New Rockler Lock-Align Accessories
Rockler is also introducing:
- 56801 wide bin: $8 each
- 55321 standard trays: $10 for 2 (similar to what’s in the starter kit)
- 51034 4-way divider bins: $8 for 2
I am encouraged that Rockler is expanding this line, as there’s room in the market for more drawer organization systems, especially at this price point. Hopefully this is a sign that the system has been well received and they will continue to expand the line.
I particularly like the idea of the drawer liner, which gives you more flexibility to store large items in a drawer. Until now you would have been limited by the the 7-5/8″ width of the wide tray.
Personally I’d like to be able to buy a long roll of the liner so I can cut multiple pieces for my tool box’s 23″ x 23″ drawers and bring the cost down further by buying in bulk. If they offered something like that, I would definitely buy a roll and give the Lock-Align system a try.