Milwaukee Tool continues to provide solutions that maximize jobsite productivity with the introduction of the new 13” Jobsite Work Box. Designed with versatility in mind, the new storage solution features a 16” seat height for repetitive tasks that are close to ground level, such as wiring an outlet, and innovative organization options like vertical tool storage dividers.
Milwaukee Tool knows that the trades people who use their tools and equipment each day, are always on the go and spend much of their time crouched or seated while working on breaker boxes, outlets and other areas of the home.
With an ergonomic mindset, Milwaukee has just released details on the 13″ Jobsite Work Box that is a perfect bucket for transporting tools but also the perfect height for seated work and extremely portable.
Built for extreme durability, the 13” Jobsite Work Box is made with a proprietary high impact resistant polymer, and features reinforced corners for impact resistance, allowing it to survive over 1,000 drops with a 25lb load. An Integrated Drip Ledge Lid also protects the user’s tools from water, debris and contamination.
More than a tool box, the new storage solution also delivers innovative features that will increase productivity including a box divider, floating tray and large capacity interior to securely organize tools. An innovative vertical tool storage tray is also included, allowing users to hang an entire tray of tools near their work area for easy, organized on-task tool access. For maximum user versatility, the 13” Work Box also features a wide grip locking handle, indexing squares for secure stacking, and a cut groove on the lid for cutting small diameter material.
Made in the USA, the new 13” Jobsite Work Box (48-22-8010) is the second in a growing line of storage solutions from Milwaukee, and will be available at select retailers in August of 2014. Dedicated to delivering advanced solutions to increase productivity, Milwaukee’s line of storage solutions will continue to grow and offer innovative solutions for the trades.
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