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Sealey 5-Drawer Rollcab with Ball Bearing Runners - Black/ Grey

3.0 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Double skin side walls for extra strength and finished in smooth, hi-gloss, triple baked enamel^Resists scratches, oil, dirt and most solvents.^Smooth 35mm ball bearing drawer runners provide superior performance and carry heavier loads

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Technical Details
Part Number AP2505B
Item Weight26 Kg
Product Dimensions37 x 65 x 70 cm
Item model numberAP2505B
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight26 Kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB000WZ6BKG
Best Sellers Rank 129,249 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight26 Kg
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Date First Available1 Sept. 2007
  
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Rollcab 5 Drawer with Ball Bearing Runners - Black/Grey,Manufactured with double skin side walls for extra strength and finished in smooth, hi-gloss, triple baked enamel.Resists scratches, oil, dirt and most solvents.Smooth 35mm ball bearing drawer runners provide superior performance and carry heavier loads.For mobility around the workshop, even when fully laden, this rollcab features O125mm hard compound rubber wheels with two fixed and two locking, castor brackets.

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1 x Rollcab



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Having cleared out the extension-cum-workroom, it was time to organise my workshop, so instead of constantly rifling through two untidy toolboxes each time I need something I decided that a tool cabinet was in order.

Whilst I would love to own a service garage/commercial quality cabinet, I cannot justify >£250 - 300 on a tool cabinet for items used for the occasional amateur DIY job. I searched the local outlets - B&Q, Halfords, etc - but couldn't find exactly what I was looking for: not a massive cabinet for every tool known to man (and woman), but one that would form a small-ish working surface (i.e. not a tool box). Nothing really suitable could be found - all either tool trolleys or massive cabinets in red - why always red?

Anyway, an Amazon search turned up this cabinet - just the job, <£150 AND it is black and chrome, which matched my workshop black and white colour scheme [yes, that's a bit girly, but it matters].

The cabinet arrived and at first glance really looked the part, so rushed in with Bambi-like enthusiasm to get it up and running. I had read all the reviews so did not expect the cabinet to be a masterpiece of metal work, but I did expect a bit more from my £130-odd. The cabinet is rather tinny and flimsy, only ONE drawer opens properly and all the way - the others get stuck halfway out because the runners at one side catch on the cabinet casing are out of line, one of the holes into which the castor/wheel bolts fit is misaligned so one castor is held by 3 bolts instead of 4, and on top of all this the cabinet does not `sit square'.
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This tool chest is fine for occasional use, don't be misled by the "professional" tag, it would not last long in a commercial workshop. The drawers are thin and the bottom one catches on the frame if there's any significant weight in it. The handle can only be fitted on one end, which is a bit inconvenient. The drawers slide smoothly on the runners, better since I greased them. I fitted 12mm ply wooden liners in the drawers to stiffen them up. For the money I still think it's a decent piece of kit.
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Sealey advertise this using the words "double skin side walls for extra strength"?, well i am glad they did use double skin as otherwise it would not be able to support its own weight!, still very flimsy & cheaply made!, i know it was the cheap end of the market but its really not worth the price, & the reason i bought it was the handy size needed for my purpose, the first thing i did to it was stiffen it all up before using it.
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Sealey AP2505B - Rollcab 5 Drawer with Ball Bearing Runners - Black/Grey

The cardboard box which the product arrived in had a better build quality and was just as strong. The cabinet is flimsy, cheap and poorly engineered. On a level floor the drawers open under gravity even when empty, so I have had to use packers on the front side castors to keep the drawers closed. When locked the drawers can still partially open. Probably the worst piece of engineering I have ever had the misfortune to buy.
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Just had my second one of these turn up after the first one was returned due to buckling on one side and oil on the unit despite being in its original, I damaged and unopened packaging.
Sadly the second one is in even worse condition. Top drawer pushed up into roof of unit, back panel and corner buckled, bottom front left corner damaged and not assembled properly. Again, despite being in its original unopened packaged.
Sealey seriously need to get to grips with their Quality Assurance (or lack of). These damaged units are clearly being packed like this at the factory by people who could not fail to spot the damage unless they were blind.
This experience has really put me off Sealey products at the moment which is a shame because I bought a Sealey top chest which arrived in immaculate condition at the same time as this Rollcab unit.
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