5 Best Cantilever Tool Boxes
5 Best Cantilever Tool Boxes
5 (100%) 11 vote[s]
Trusco ST-350-B
Trusco ST-350-B
With inner tray
Material: metal
4 Removable Steel Dividers
Kennedy Manufacturing
Kennedy Manufacturing 1022B
Removable partitions
Vinyl cushioned handles
Homak Industrial
Homak Industrial 22-Inch
4 individual shelves
Triple buckle
Stalwart 75-3082A
Stalwart 75-3082A
Steel and Plastic Construction
Three Layers of Tool Storage
Tactix 320300
 Tactix 320300
Full length aluminum handle
Steel latches for durability
ToolBoxWiki is an expert website that people use for buying cases and organizers for different instruments. My friends and occasionally I compare the top products in many categories to offer you the most reliable boxes. My initial goal is to provide solid recommendations for everyone who looks for the best kits for instruments.

Why should you trust my reviews? You don’t have to follow my recommendations but my 10-year experience of work with the cases for manual and electric instruments means something. Besides, I usually spend 10 to 20 hours to test all new products from the particular guide. Frequently I use certain toolcases for many months so if you don’t have an opportunity to buy a few boxes and test them all for weeks. For example, for this particular review of the best cantilever toolkits I did:

  • 30 different products were tested;
  • 2 weeks of research;
  • 3 colleagues interviewed;
  • Over 1,000 consumer feedbacks were researched;

After A/B tests of 30 cantilever boxes, I shortlisted the below rating. My final choice was given to reputable brands that manufacture reliable models – Trusco, Tactix, Stalwart, Homak Industrial, Kennedy Manufacturing, etc.

First and foremost, you ought to opt for objective measures like dimensions and specific features. That’s why I asked several friends with various experiences and working tasks to establish the most unbiased opinion on cantilever kits for instruments.

The minimum price for every cantilever toolbox in this rating is $25 and the maximum cost is under $100. Usually, the most expensive boxes are made of aluminum or stainless steel, with durable latches and individual compartments. But I also added a plastic case with a low price tag. Check the following review, leave your feedback and watch the video explaining the major features of cantilever toolcases.

Video Tutorial: Trusco ST-350 Cantilever toolbox review

Hello! I’m a David Robinson, and I’m an experienced mounter. I have a lot of toolboxes for different tools. Therefore, I’m going to share my minds about it with you.

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  1. Wow, I’ve looked around the web and haven’t found anything that nearly compares to this article. I was looking for a recommendation for a cantilever toolbox and you nailed exactly what I was looking for. Thanks so much!

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