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The New Husky Tool Chest, Rolling Cabinet & Workbench Combos

With lots of new tool chest/cabinet combo releases over the past year, Husky—a Home Depot house brand—proves it’s certainly a worthy contender in the space. In fact, their new 52″ and 56″ tool storage solutions are strong, great looking and feature-rich enough for us to consider them over several others we were eyeing for the official GarageSpot buildout (more on that in the coming months).Husky 52" 15 Drawer Tool Chest & Rolling Cabinet Combo - All OpenHusky’s new line is available in either a 52″ 15-drawer option or a 56″ 23-drawer option. Both feature all-welded steel construction with a great-looking black matte powder coat finish that’s also rust-resistant and won’t put your fingerprints on display like so many other brands’ glossy finishes. Both versions rest on six 5″x2″ industrial-grade polypropylene casters—four that swivel with brakes and two that don’t—that can support up to 2,500 lbs.

Husky 52" 15 Drawer Tool Chest & Rolling Cabinet Combo - Casters

Both the 52″ and 56″ units feature full extension soft-close drawers and a reinforced top deck lid supported by heavy-duty gas stuts. The ball bearing drawer slides can support up to 120 lbs. each, while the bottom cabinet drawers have two slides on each side, allowing them to support twice as much weight. All drawers also include pre-cut liners, which is usually an extra expense with other units. The chests and cabinets are fitted with a barrel key lock system to ensure your tools are secure when you’re away.

Husky 52" 15 Drawer Tool Chest & Rolling Cabinet Combo - Drawers & LockThe 52″ chest has a handy magnetic panel in the back of the top deck and four power outlets with two integrated USB ports for charging your various battery packs and mobile devices. The 56″ chest has a power strip with eight outlets and also two USB ports, which runs the entire length of the top deck (vs. being mounted on the side of the deck).Husky 52" 15 Drawer Tool Chest & Rolling Cabinet Combo - Top DeckThe 56″ chest includes a USB rechargeable magnetic LED work light that has three light modes, a recessed folding hook, and produces up to 360 lumens. While there is no LED light included in the 52″ version, that unit does have a bottle opener mounted on the side of the chest. Give-and-take. Both combos include integrated handles on either side of the top chests and a tubular side handle on the rolling cabinet for mobility.

Husky also offers several mobile workbenches in its line, but we like the 60″ 10-drawer best. With the same black matte finish, soft-close drawers, and caster setup, the mobile workbench is a perfect addition to whichever tool chest/cabinet combo you choose.

Husky 60" Workbench

This particular workbench has a top drawer that runs the entire length of the cabinet plus a bulk storage area behind a door with an adjustable-height shelf. The workbench also includes a built-in, six-outlet power strip with two USB ports.

The new Husky tool chest/rolling cabinet combos and the workbench are only available at Home Depot. And if you want to see one in person, it’s kind of a crap-shoot as to which stores carry them. They will ship to your local Home Depot in about a week’s time when you order online.

The 52″ Husky tool chest and rolling cabinet combo will run you about $700 and the 56″ about $1000. The 60″ workbench is also about $700. For the money, Husky is giving the competition an impressive run. As stated earlier, we’re seriously considering these units for our own build-out when we compare them to several other options.

Here are the product links (updated 7/2019 – there are now newer versions of these boxes):

And here is a preview of the new Husky tool storage solutions from the guys over at Tools-in-Action:



About Michael Turner

Forty-something years later, Michael still doesn't' know what he wants to do if he grows up. Raised around cars and trained in diesel mechanics, Michael has owned a successful detail shop, developed and sold software, led a K-9 SAR team, ridden the dot-com wave as a marketing & PR executive, led digital strategy teams at both large and small agencies, and now this. He digs Jeeps, off-road racing, football, photography, writing, making EDM, cranking metal, PC gaming, and a plethora of other contradictory things.

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