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Dewalt DWST82968-1 TStak Watersealed Tool Organiser

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Dewalt DWST82968-1 TStak Watersealed Organiser Tool Box

The DWST82968-1 is a robust, durable and extremely handy tool organiser from the Dewalt TSTAK range. This model is a step up from the original organiser, now featuring 18% more internal space, 3 more removable cups equalling 10 in total, is IP54 water seal rated compared to no water seal on the previous model and an even larger 7.8-litre capacity. The transparent lid allows you to identify tools and accessories with ease and side latches mean it can be connected to your other TSTAK boxes for optimised storage solutions. Ideal for storing things such as nails, screws and fixings.

Features:

  • 7.8L volume capacity for small parts and accessories compared to 6.6L on the previous model
  • IP54 Rated Waterseal protects contents from Water and Dust ingress, keeping the contents dry and safe
  • The virtually indestructible transparent polycarbonate lid allows the user to easily identify tools and accessories whilst maintaining strength and withstanding impacts on the job site
  • Heavy duty ergonomic handle for easy and comfortable carrying
  • Anti-rust metal latches for increased durability and product lifetime
  • Connectible to other TSTAK storage boxes for personalised storage solutions
  • Contains 2 large cups, 6 medium cups and 2 long cups

Specification:

  • Height: 119mm
  • Width: 337mm
  • Depth: 440mm

SKU: DEW-DWST82968-1

Additional Information:

For more info, check out our Blog Post - The difference between ToughSystem and Tstak + what's new with ToughSystem and TStak 2.0?