The 10 Best Tool Organizers
This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in October of 2017. Garages, sheds, and workshops tend to get cluttered over time as you add to your tool collection. That's when organizers, like these, become a must-have. They allow you to store your equipment in the safest and neatest manner possible, while also being able to access them at a moment's notice. We've rounded up the best of the best in the market today to suit every space and need. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
March 14, 2019:
If need something that allows you to take small and medium-sized tools on the go, while still keeping them neatly organized, or just want something that is easy to move about a shop, the Keter Masterloader is the ideal choice, since it features wheels and a locking lid. The Stanley 3-in-1 and Stanley SortMaster are also suitable for taking equipment on the go without having to worry about anything falling out, since they are compact and also feature secure lids, though you'll have to carry them because they don't feature wheels. Many contractors may appreciate how quickly they can grab tools out of the Bucket Boss Bucketeer. It is ringed on the inside and outside with pockets of all sizes to accommodate a wide variety of items, but it doesn't have a lid however, so everything may spill out if it tips over while you are driving. If you are looking for something to store large cleaning and gardening items, like brooms, mops, shovels, and rakes, you'll want to consider the Rubbermaid Deluxe Tower, Rubbermaid Corner Rack, and Berry Ave Broom and Garden. The rest of our options are interesting too, and are designed to suit a variety of needs. For example, the Vanitek Ram-Pro is a set of four magnetic bars that can securely hold any metal item weighing five pounds or less, and the MLTools Pliers-Cutters Pro is a handy way to organize the interior of a large tool chest you already own.