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Stanley FatMax Mobile Workstation 020800R

March 2, 2013

Stanley Offers More Storage

Solutions in One Tool Box

Stanley 020800R FatMaxMobile Workstation

The Stanley 020800R FatMaxMobile Workstation has been designed to maximize the most of its available space with four complete storage solutions all in one. The Stanley FatMax Mobile Workstation has a toolbox, part bins, a portable tray, and an over sized lower bin for larger items. A convenient V-groove is also included in the design, and is located on the top of the lid, and is used to hold large materials, such as lumber and pipes in place for cutting.

Stanley Made the FatMax 020800R

Ready to Travel When You Are

Stanley engineered the FatMax mobile workstation with a patented, tiered cantilever multi-level rolling system, which is a genius design that offers easy access to all 4 storage areas at the same time. In addition, the workstation is simple to travel with and steer, thanks to a telescopic handle design, which aids in operator maneuvering while the 020800R is in motion. Furthermore, working with the FatMax Mobile Workstation at the job site is easier than ever, thanks to the extra, heavy duty rubber-coated 7” wheels, which offer maximum stability on rough terrain, and ball bearing slides for  smooth movement even under heavy loads.

Built Tough All Over

Besides the great features of this toolbox that were mentioned earlier, Stanley has also built the FatMax Mobile Workstation with a tough and durable structural foam construction, so that it could handle the toughest of worksites, and if that wasn’t enough, it added extra large heavy duty metal latches, complete with pad lockable eye lets. Furthermore, Stanley’s easy latch system now includes a quick ” push-to-close” feature for the users convenience, so that when the workstation needs to be locked up, there is a large front latch that locks the entire unit.

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