February 5, 2008

Knaack Monster Box

knaack_monster_box.gifKnaack, the makers of some serious jobsite storage equipment have recently released a new line of Terminator-proof storage chests. The series is called the Monster Box and it has a number of industry firsts that will no doubt keep your tools safe after you go home for the night.

Each Monster Box comes with:

  • Tubular steel frame
  • 4-point crane lift system
  • Weather-proof cord access to the box
  • A 3-point latching system, impervious to both prying and being drilled out

The Monster Box comes in three styles; Piano Box, Cabinet, and Chest.

The pricing is fairly reasonable for the amount of security that you're getting. At U.S. Upfitters the chest is around $800, the Cabinet is $1250, and the Piano Box just over $1000. If the choice is to either spend that money or have all of our tools stolen, it's an easy decision.

For more information and a video, go here.

At U.S. Upfitters

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 5, 2008 5:30 AM

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