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L-Boxx 1 Storage and Organization

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  • #601013

    @madman_us and @Masterbosch
    Hey guys, looking good your set ups,
    Gotta get myself an upgrade from my old PS40

    #601014
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    @madman_us and @masterbosch
    Hey guys, looking good your set ups,
    Gotta get myself an upgrade from my old PS40

    That makes 2 of us. I would use my 12v stuff more if I had the ps42

    #601026
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I have my ps42 and js130bn in one of the lboxx 1 i just need to put some bits and blades inside the box then set is complete on one of them

    the JS120 must be really tiny when it fits in the lboxx1.
    looks good in there ebrahem

    Hey guys, looking good your set ups,
    Gotta get myself an upgrade from my old PS40

    That makes 2 of us. I would use my 12v stuff more if I had the ps42

    Thanks. I do like both, the ps41 and ps42. can’t say which one is better but the grip from the ps41 is better. Glad I pulled the trigger on both units.
    you can’t go wrong with either one

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    #601039
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    Yeah it fits nice and even 2 battery and charger but i cant fit the jig blades and bits i gonna work on that @madman_us i wonder what else fits on lbox 1 on 12v line up

    plusoneconstructionllc@gmail.com

    #601041
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Yeah it fits nice and even 2 battery and charger but i cant fit the jig blades and bits i gonna work on that @madman_us i wonder what else fits on lbox 1 on 12v line up

    why you don’t leave the battery in the tool? then you might be able to store some blades in that left single department from that insert.
    I don’t know but somewhere “should” be some room for blades. Is there enough clearance in the lid where you might can store some blades.

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    #601074
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    That makes 2 of us. I would use my 12v stuff more if I had the ps42

    The PS42 is a nice tool. The power is good for about 90% of what I do so it is my go to tool.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #601161

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Always willing to learn .

    #601183

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Nice set up, how you liking the 12 volt drill / driver and impact so far.

    #601205
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    nice 12V setup you got there Will. So you store the blades below the 12V jiggy?

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    #601277
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Wow nice job and a great use of the space.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #601432

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Nice set up, how you liking the 12 volt drill / driver and impact so far.

    I think there a little under powered compare to m12 driver / impacter .

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    nice 12V setup you got there Will. So you store the blades below the 12V jiggy?

    Yeah it’s fast and easy to just grab and go to work . Don’t have to search for blades .

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Wow nice job and a great use of the space.

    Thanks I’m pretty happy they fit all in one place .

    Always willing to learn .

    #601494
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    smart way to store them, then they never get lost and they are right on hand when pulling out the jiggy.

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    #601508
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    smart way to store them, then they never get lost and they are right on hand when pulling out the jiggy.

    I like that too. Nice to have it all together.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #601513
    WoodsConstruction
    Pro
    Sudbury, ON

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    That looks great, nice and compact and organized.

    #601521
    58Chev
    Pro
    Etobicoke, ON

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Nice and clean looking @skillman.

    I purchased some Kaizen inserts to organize my L-BOXX’s but haven’t had the time to get around to it.

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    #601526

    Here our my recent L-boxx’s with drill combo and saw combo with flash light . I think I have 5 battery’s in one and 4 in the other .

    Nice and clean looking @skillman.

    I purchased some Kaizen inserts to organize my L-BOXX’s but haven’t had the time to get around to it.

    Kaizen foam inserts are much better then the Bosch insert boxes . I find it easy to remove tools out of foam then trays which come out of the L-boxx on certain unit fits

    Always willing to learn .

    #601619
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I hear good things about kaizen foam but I haven’t pulled the trigger on them yet. I do have some coupons to use up, glad they never expire haha

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    #601632
    Anonymous
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    Yeah it fits nice and even 2 battery and charger but i cant fit the jig blades and bits i gonna work on that @madman_us i wonder what else fits on lbox 1 on 12v line up

    I keep some of my jiggy blades under or between the inserts, It does have a nice covered area for blades (572 insert) but the longer ones won’t fit in it. Same thing with my 12v mini recip insert, I stash blades under or between in that box

    #693971
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Curious, the L-boxx 1 specs said it is 4.5″ high (external height).

    My angle grinder is 4″ tall when resting horizontally, not sideways. Any chance the lid will close completely or it will most likely interfere with the contours on the inside of the top lid?

    #694038
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Curious, the L-boxx 1 specs said it is 4.5″ high (external height).

    My angle grinder is 4″ tall when resting horizontally, not sideways. Any chance the lid will close completely or it will most likely interfere with the contours on the inside of the top lid?

    I can check it out for you. So just laying it in the boxx, onto the guard?
    the indent of the handle might be a problem.
    I had the same problem when I wanted to place the 18V floodlight into it.

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