The ToolChanger is a new vertical tool box designed to replace conventional tool chests in a professional environment by offering complete and customized organization for frequently used hand tools. It can be docked on top of a 26″rolling tool cabinet or sturdy stationary work surface.
The ToolChanger features three main compartments – sockets and wrenches go in the bottom; screwdrivers and other long-handled or shafted tools go in the middle; and pliers, hammers, and other bulky items can be stored on the top shelf. Other tools can be stored in a not-included mobile tool cabinet.
- Keeps tools organized and immediately accessible
- Ergonomic – tools can be retrieved even when wearing thick gloves
- Logical organization – wrenches can be stacked inline with same-size sockets
- Customizable – vertical racks and pliers tray can be sized to fit user needs
- Made in USA and fully repairable
- Anodized aluminum and premium rubber components are chemical-resistant
The ToolChanger is priced at $1500, including shipping.
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We think that the individual ToolChanger compartments are very nicely designed and configured, from both a usability and aesthetics standpoint. But as a whole, we’re not yet convinced that the ToolChanger is a game-changing breakthrough. It does offer several advantages compared to traditional tool chests, but there are also a couple of downsides.
What do you think – is the ToolChanger a game-changer, or are tried-and-true tool chests going to win this one?