Twelve Toolboxes Tested Inverness

You don’t have to tackle many DIY jobs on your vehicle in Inverness before you’ve built up a decent collection of tools. They cost far too much to leave rattling around the boot of your car in a carrier bag or cardboard box, and you’ve probably already discovered the case some of them were sold in is not particularly robust.

Bannerman Seat
01463 222841
44 Harbour Road
Inverness

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Ken'S
01463 717616
15B Harbour Road
Inverness

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Charter Flights Ltd
01463 230430
66 Harbour Road
Inverness

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John R Weir
01463 238008
Longman Road
Inverness

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Highland Audi
01463 232255
35 Harbour Road
Inverness

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Delmore Cars Ltd
01463 231214
Inverness

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Corrie Motors
01463 226000
52 Harbour Road
Inverness

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Donald Mackenzie Ltd
01463 235777
62 Seafield Road
Inverness

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Cattanach Car Dealers
01463 717200
13 Carsegate Road
Inverness

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Calterdon Ltd
01463 236566
Harbour Road
Inverness

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Twelve Toolboxes Tested

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You don’t have to tackle many DIY jobs on your vehicle before you’ve built up a decent collection of tools. They cost far too much to leave rattling around the boot of your car in a carrier bag or cardboard box, and you’ve probably already discovered the case some of them were sold in is not particularly robust.

So the best way to protect your kit, and make it easy to select when you need it, is to invest in a toolbox.

These storage solutions come in all shapes and sizes, and there are designs to suit all types of budgets and tool kits. But which one should you go for? We filled 12 of the best with all manner of kit to see which is the one for you.

The test
The key here is keeping tools apart – that way, you can store drivers, sockets etc together for easy selection. So we wanted to see plenty of large sections for spanners, screwdrivers, pliers and hex keys, plus bigger ones for long tools such as hacksaws, a torque wrench and hammer.

Smaller areas for connectors, fasteners, fuses and the like are another desirable feature, as is a solid finish and lightweight construction – tools are heavy enough on their own without adding a hefty box to your load! Price was our final consideration.

Author: Kim Adams

Twelve Toolboxes Tested