Oak Gerstner Toolbox

 
 
 
 
 
 

Oak Gerstner Toolbox

$109.95

$109.95

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Features

Features

This little box is hot! A scaled down version of the highly sought after classic Gerstner oak chest, right down to the diamond shaped mirror. Holds our Classic Pro Tech Toolkit (not included) with room to spare for additional small tools or personal items. Tiny footprint on your desk or workstation, and easy to carry into the field with you.

American Red Oak main construction, all solid hardwood except for felt lined birch ply drawer bottoms. A real leather handle and beautiful chrome hardware finish the package.

The moisture absorbing character of wood keeps tools stored in Gerstner Chests in a rust-free environment. With a little care Gerstner Chests will last a lifetime and beyond.

A Gerstner is the premium thinking man's toolbox with the highest standard of quality. Prized by engineers, machinists, and skilled professionals for more than a century, Gerstners have accompanied Presidents to the White House and kept Orville Wright's tools in good order.

Once upon a time a tradesman would bring his tools to a job interview. Presenting them in a Gerstner Chest reflected well on the applicant like a glowing review from a previous employer. A Gerstner Chest was, and is, evidence of the proud owner's skilled work.

Made by Gerstner International overseas using American Red Oak.

 

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