Toyo T-190 Toolbox

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Toyo Steel Co. Ltd, born in 1969 in Osaka, is the specialist of the Toolbox "tool box" renowned for its many qualities: lightweight, portable, extremely durable because designed with a single piece seamless.

All details are well thought out: rounded edges not to injure, retractable handle, lockout loop, embossed top/bottom allowing stacking.

The use of the tool box is to be diverted, it finds its place in all the rooms of the house for storing pencils, sewing threads, telephones, glasses, kitchen utensils ... and of course tools.

This beautifully made Steel Trunk Type Tool Box T190 by Toyo Steel is a Japanese classic. The top and bottom parts of the tool box are entirely made from one quality piece of strong sheet metal from Japan, giving an unrivalled tactile strength mixed with a lightweight finish to the product. The sheet metal is moulded with a press technique lending a clean and slick aesthetic to each one as there is no welding involved. The result is a robust and secure tool box with rounded asymmetrical corners, the T190 edition is handle free with four circular feet at the bottom to sit on. This Toyo Steel Tool Box comes packaged in a well designed Japanese cardboard box.

Toyo Steel was established in 1969 in Osaka, Japan. Toyo believes in creating useful and tactile products and these tool boxes are no different. Designed to safely store all your bits and bobs, from tools to art supplies. Crafted from one thin sheet of solid plate metal using a drawing press technique, resulting in the classic tool box.
Made in Osaka, Japan

Material: Pressed sheet metal
Dimension: 19.5cm x 9.5cm x 5 cm

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