The 10 Best Tool Carts

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This wiki has been updated 20 times since it was first published in November of 2018. Whether you’re a DIY homeowner or a professional contractor, your tools play a very important role in your life. Storage carts are the most practical option for both organizing your equipment and moving it around the garage or to other worksites. A quality model can hold everything securely, from hammers to power drills to circular saws and more, if you arrange things just right. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Keter Masterloader

2. Seville Classics Ultra HD

3. Ridgid Professional

Editor's Notes

November 20, 2018:

Included some standalone carts that are good for wheeling around your garage (generally made of metal), as well as models meant for transporting tools to other locations (usually made of plastic). For all options, factors to consider include durability, wheel quality, compartmental organization, and how much weight can be supported.

4. Viper Storage

5. Craftsman Edge Premium

6. Stalwart Oversized Portable

7. Bostitch Rolling Box

8. Best Choice Storage

9. Wen Garage Glider

10. Omega Black Creeper

Christopher Thomas
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