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Belron Toolbox with collapsible cart. One neat setup #5440394 05/27/20 07:16 PM
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My previous roommate moved out last month to move 30 miles away and left this toolbox behind. He does not want it back and I don't exactly have a need for it either. My tools aren't going anywhere and I haven't left the house very much. But I admit this is a neat setup.

I did some research and found that these are made by a Danish company called Raaco. This model is exclusively made for the parent company of Safelite which is Belron. They are a huge auto glass repair outfit and every Belron glass installer worldwide is provided with this box as part of a standardized 133 piece kit. The box is made of polypropylene for heat resistance and it can also support a good amount of weight with the cart lowered. The 4 drawers on the outside lock from the main compartment which has a nice depth of about 10 inches. The cart folds like a table saw stand and you can wheel the thing around pretty easily.

From what I can tell these were not made for direct retail or consumer sales. You can't buy these online or in a store. There are similar boxes on eBay from Raaco but they are not made to the Belron spec. If I were to sell it like this, what would be a fair price? I wouldn't be selling it immediately but if I can't cut my rent in half soon, then oh well...

Last edited by 10WSmuckers; 05/27/20 07:20 PM.
Re: Belron Toolbox with collapsible cart. One neat setup [Re: 10WSmuckers] #5440670 05/28/20 07:06 AM
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That looks like a great piece of kit for some sort of mobile service operation. I would try to get pricing from previous internet sales, it may be worth more than you think.

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