Kobalt 53″ Tool Chest. Sound System and Fridge Included.

You must know now that I love toolboxes. From inside to outside. They are the daily companions of our lives and the big helpers in our custom motorcycle ventures. I work better with a well organized and beautiful tool chest by my side. And toolboxes can provide more options that keeping our tools. Like this Kobalt 53-inch Chest featuring a Pioneer sound system and integrated 1.6 cubic inch fridge in addition to features like LED lighting, flush mounted hanging hooks, 4-plug power strips, heavy duty casters supporting up to 4000 pounds of equipment. If it were a bike, the Kobalt toolbox would be a very customized touring bike with a cool sound system. Kobalt Tools.


5 Responses to “Kobalt 53″ Tool Chest. Sound System and Fridge Included.”

  1. 1 burnout Sep 5th, 2008 at 10:53 am

    I could live in that thing! peace

  2. 2 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs Sep 5th, 2008 at 7:16 pm

    Cyril, i was walking through Lowe’s here in Orlando and got talking with a sales associate about some tools….finding out that we had a shop he immediately took us over to look at this beast! It is absolutely awesome! With the stainless steel skin, sound system (cd player) and fridge, a guy would/could just live in their garage. It is absolutely one of the best built chest i’ve seen…now just have to figure out how to get one into the house!….:)

  3. 3 Nitrous Phil Sep 7th, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    I welcome this thing in my garage.

  4. 4 CJ Sep 8th, 2008 at 11:16 am

    I just bought a 56″ Extreme Tool Box several months ago and then seen this in Lowes. I wish they would have came out with it sooner, would have bought it. I nice tool box for the money. If they only could come out with a 72″ unit with john in it I’d never leave the garage.

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