Keep going with VersaStackAnswered
I'm a big fan of your VersaStack tool storage system. It it is a much more affordable option than the Milwaukee Packout and works well. I now own over 15 pieces.
A few more pieces are needed:
- Two-wheel cart. I need to be able to move the heavier boxes without taking the big 20" box.
- An open crate (milk crate) that interlocks would be very useful.
- Wall mount rack that interlocks with boxes.
Keep the products coming!
Hello Joel Rothschild
We apologize for the delay in the response, we do appreciate your loyalty and the time that you have taken to write in this feedback.
We welcome all feedback from our customers so that we can continually improve our products and customer experiences with them. I do apologize that we do not have the features that you are looking for at this time. However, I will be more than happy to send your comments to our team for them to review this feedback.
Have a great week.1
Versastack Milkcrates.....great idea.
Maybe a Versa Stack Miter Saw too.1
I love the idea of a mitre saw top. Plus a v-groove for cutting pipe. Turn the top of the boxes into a useful work surface.0
I wish i could love the versastack system - I tried, I just wasn't impressed with the quality of materials or the locking system. I went with another red tool companys stacking tool box....it think they are based in milwaukee......I found the durability and locking mechanism much better and easier to use, but man do you pay through the nose for it.0
Although for those looking to upgrade their stacking tool boxes, there are a lot of aftermarket makers and "etsy" peeps 3d printing custom things that clip into the stacking systems for versa stack, dewalt and packouts to name a few. Like a flat mounting plate you could secure a small miter saw to that lock into the versa stack system (or others). Would be nice if the manufacturers added those kind of accessories to their lineups.0
Could not agree more, but I could not justify the cost of the more expensive boxes. Craftsman used to be "top of the line" but they have definately slipped to the economy niche. The locking system works "ok", but can be difficult at time. Plus there seems to be a disconnect with the design teams because some boxes don't mate well with others.
Thanks for the tip on aftermarket - I'll take a look, but what makes a system like Versastack attractive if if the manufacturer has put thought into the design and is committed to meeting customer needs. Right now, it looks like Craftsman needed to "check the box" to show they have an offering in the product line, but the lack of continued innovation is starting to make me question the long term committment of the company.0
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