Hazet Assistant Tool Trolley

Jun 27, 2016

Category: Gear

Great design doesn’t age, it continues to be useful year in and year out. Part of the reason why we love old retro objects and tools is not just because they inspire nostalgia – but because they’re probably pretty darn good at what they do. Hazet’s collapsible tool trolley is no exception.

A kind of accordion like toolbox hailing from the mid 20th century, this thing makes it easy for you to keep your equipment all together without having to compromise on portability or organization. Ideal for work in your garage, it can roll around with you anywhere, telescope up when you need it, and locking away without an issue. Pick one of these up and you won’t have to worry about rustling around elbow deep in your dark box getting everything covered in grease. Classic design isn’t cheap, however. Right now the price for this thing is set at $1,750. [Purchase]

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