The 5 best toolboxes in 2021

The best heavy-duty toolbox

The weatherproof Milwaukee 48-22-826 Packout 22 Inch Rolling Toolbox with its metal reinforced body will protect you tools from almost any type of damage on the job site.

Dimensions: 20 x 21x25 inches

20 x 21 x 25 inches Weight: 23.37 pounds

23.37 pounds Capacity: About 15 gallons

About 15 gallons Weight capacity: 250 pounds

250 pounds Material: Resin

Resin Waterproof: IP65-rated water resistant

Pros: Water-resistant, extra-durable, 250-pound weight capacity

Cons: Expensive

Although it might seem excessive for occasional use, you will be happy to have a Milwaukee Packout Rolling Toolbox if you plan to use your toolbox often and for serious home-improvement projects.

This box is clearly made with durability in mind. The box's thick polymer body is reinforced with metal corner parts, which adds to its impressive impact resistance. This box can hold up to 250 lbs of gear and has 15 gallons of storage.

Although I was skeptical at first about the strength and durability, I was surprised to find out that it was strong and durable when I tried it. It felt more solid than I had expected. It didn't break or crack even after I had been pushing it around for a while. The extra-long handle made it easy to maneuver around corners and across obstacles.

I am a firm believer in water-resistant products. That is why the Packout comes with an IP65 rating. This box has a higher rating than all others on the list. It will protect its contents against low-pressure water jets coming from any direction. The lid of the box is sealed with a rubber gasket that seals tightly when it is closed.

This box can be rolled over stairs and uneven or gravelly surfaces thanks to its 9-inch wheels. The bright red color is an excellent example of why I love high-visibility colors for accessories and tools. It will be easy to spot from anywhere in the room. If you are using it in public, its flashy appearance should deter thieves from trying to steal it.

The Milwaukee Packout Rolling Toolbox's biggest problem is the high price. This may not be a good choice for someone who needs a simple box to store their tools. If you are concerned about your tools getting damaged by a poor box, the Milwaukee Packout Rolling Toolbox could be worth it. You can also use it as the base unit for the Milwaukee Packout series to expand your toolbox collection by purchasing compatible boxes.