Milwaukee Mobile Workbench

Jul 5, 2016

Category: Gear

Fans of the tool shed can breathe a sigh of relief now that Milwaukee just released a mobile workstation. Known for their high-quality equipment in the DIY world, Milwaukee went all out with this build, leaving no stone unturned in terms of modularity. It’s outfitted in a massive 60 in., 11 drawer, 1-door design with an adjustable-height sliding pegboard as a back wall.

In addition, each workstation boasts 24,199 cubic inches of storage space and 2,200 lb. load capacity. Clearly, it’s rigged to take on any project. There are also pre-cut drawer liners to keep all tools in place, an adjustable-height shelf in bulk storage door area, a 6 outlet UL-listed power center built into the side of the workstation. Also, keep everything secure with the three-barrel key locking system that comes with every piece. Time to organize the array of tools scattered about your old workstation. Time to work smarter, not harder. Available now for $598. [Purchase]

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