Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox

Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox
Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox

Sonic Tools Empty S12 Toolbox

Regular price $2,500.00
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I've seen a whole lot of toolboxes over the years.  You know me, I like the fancy stuff.  In the world of toolboxes the Sonic ones aren't particularly expensive.  I never understood why someone would spend $10,000 on a mediocre box.  I always thought, "Why in the world would someone spend 25% of their annual income on some so-so stuff?"  Before I actually went to Sonic HQ in Auburn, I saw a few of their S11 boxes at Atlanta Motorsports Park.  I love the MSS cabinet line but not the toolboxes I saw.  I thought, "I'll chase toolboxes from some other company later."  When I finally made it to SonicUSA HQ, I asked them to open up one of each of their toolboxes.  They were all in a line: S8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15.  I got to touch and feel each one of them.  It was really obvious to me almost immediately, the S9, 12, and 12XD were legit, but I didn't like any of the other ones.

It's has been on my list for about a year now, but I felt like I needed to get them in my garage to really get hands-on to give a solid assessment.  So...I bought the three that I liked and had them sent to OGHQ to make sure I was correct, but let's be honest, I just wanted to play with them.  After spending a bunch of time rolling around the garage, I like them more than I thought I would.  The casters are legit, they are completely compatible with Sonic Foam Inlays for tools, and have the usual amazing Sonic fit and finish.  

The S12 toolbox is equipped with 8 drawers operated by ball bearing slides. The angles of the toolbox have a strengthening profile, which results in more firmness and stability for a longer life cycle. The toolbox is available in a dark grey exterior. The S12 toolbox houses small, medium, or large foam inlay sizes.

What you need to know

  • If you can fit the depth and width, I like the S12XD the most of the three.
  • You really want to build your array of tools using LARGE for the S12.
  • Casters are the same on the S9 and S12.  S12 XD has larger, more robust casters.  All have brakes.  Each box has two pivoting and two fixed casters.
  • Handles are super stout for pushing the boxes around. 

FAQ & Support

The S12 toolbox ships on a pallet with plenty of packing around it to protect the edges. The 5-inch casters (two swiveling/locking) also come pre-installed. In less than 10 minutes you can have the shrink-wrap off all four foam tool trays, the towel bar installed, and both can holders mounted to the sides of the toolbox. 

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This item is dropshipped from Sonic Tools in Alabama. Shipping will be calculated at checkout for most addresses. If you cannot get a shipping quote, please reach out to support for a quote.


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