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Workmo by Sortimo – expanding the L-Boxx system

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  • #610595
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    John S nice to hear for you again. I hope you are well and see you are still interested in Sortimo storage.

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    #611370

    John S nice to hear for you again. I hope you are well and see you are still interested in Sortimo storage.

    @theamcguy thanks! I am sure it comes as no surprise that I am interested in all things Sortimo 🙂 Even though I have gotten settled in to my new abode (6 months here now), my shop is still not quite ideal in how it is set up…. it is roughly 10×14 and jammed full of stuff, so I am thinking that either the WorkMo solution or making some cabinets out of 80/20 to put my l-boxxes on drawers would be nice… they are all just stacked on l-dollies currently, which is fine, but a hassle to actually get to.

    John S

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    Oh, and back to my original question that got hidden on the previous page – has anyone here actually purchased any of these Workmos yet? I see that they are readily available at http://www.sortimo-shop.us

    John S

    #611374
    utopia78
    Pro
    Toronto, ON

    Hey @Supimeister!!! Nice to see you drop in and I hope life is treating you very well!

    Have you bought any of the L-Boxx Mini’s?

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    #611384
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Oh, and back to my original question that got hidden on the previous page – has anyone here actually purchased any of these Workmos yet? I see that they are readily available at http://www.sortimo-shop.us

    hey @supimeister
    glad that see some members are coming back 😀
    not an exact answer to your question but I haven’t seen anyone posted something of the Workmos at all. So I doubt anyone purchase it.
    I am looking myself at building a cabinet/workbench with drawers for lboxx’s.
    As you said it’s a hassle to unstack all lboxx’s when they are stacked up on teh L-Dolly. in most cases the tool you need is at the bottom of it haha.
    hope to see more posts of yours….

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    #611404

    @supimeister hey John, long time no hear from, hopefully all is good with you and your family.

    Would like to see the new shop.
    And to answer your question, no I haven’t purchased anything from that site. Have you, looks like some nice boxes and accessories they certainly have,

    #612014

    Have you bought any of the L-Boxx Mini’s?

    No l-boxx minis yet… I have gone with L-racks and Schuller bins for all my screw storage and it has been great.

    At this point, I am 90% sure I will do something with 80/20 – because I can make qty 4 of 18” wide x 14” deep x 36” tall 80/20 cabinets with drawer slides that will forever be adjustable and reconfigurable and broken down in the event of a move for ~$200 in 80/20 parts

    Even though I like the idea of the Workmo cabinets for quite the comprehensive Sortimo setup, most of the models do not have drawer glides for the l-boxxes… they generally only have shelves.

    John S

    #612055
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Oh, and back to my original question that got hidden on the previous page – has anyone here actually purchased any of these Workmos yet? I see that they are readily available at http://www.sortimo-shop.us

    Nice to see ypu back on the forum John. To answer ypur question, no, I myself don’t recall anybody buying into the specialized Sortimo stuff since you were last active.

    #612315

    Oh, and back to my original question that got hidden on the previous page – has anyone here actually purchased any of these Workmos yet? I see that they are readily available at http://www.sortimo-shop.us

    Nice to see ypu back on the forum John. To answer ypur question, no, I myself don’t recall anybody buying into the specialized Sortimo stuff since you were last active.

    Thanks Doobie! I just wish there were some people who have actually put them to use to comment on their durability and overall value given just how much $$$ they are.

    John S

    #616826
    BrianT
    Pro

    Oh, and back to my original question that got hidden on the previous page – has anyone here actually purchased any of these Workmos yet? I see that they are readily available at http://www.sortimo-shop.us

    Nice to see ypu back on the forum John. To answer ypur question, no, I myself don’t recall anybody buying into the specialized Sortimo stuff since you were last active.

    Thanks Doobie! I just wish there were some people who have actually put them to use to comment on their durability and overall value given just how much $$$ they are.

    Actually I just bought this one:
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004461.htm
    It works great for me so far. Perfect for stoarge in my workshop and I can move it around easily. I think I’m going to get the workbench table too.

    Also I can use all the boxxes I already had.
    They also offer a version without boxxes which is a little bit cheaper and you can use the boxxes you already have.
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004443.htm

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    #616913
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Actually I just bought this one:
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004461.htm
    It works great for me so far. Perfect for stoarge in my workshop and I can move it around easily. I think I’m going to get the workbench table too.

    They are surely not cheap. I just checked the price and almost fall from my chair. IMO no wonder that we don’t see them so often.
    Post some pictures and your impressions on that sortimo workmo @BrianT

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    #616925
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Actually I just bought this one:
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004461.htm
    It works great for me so far. Perfect for stoarge in my workshop and I can move it around easily. I think I’m going to get the workbench table too.

    Man that is nice and I would get a few if the price was more reasonable. But at least they are out there. Wonder if they sell just the cabinet without the boxes?

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    #617035
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Actually I just bought this one:
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004461.htm
    It works great for me so far. Perfect for stoarge in my workshop and I can move it around easily. I think I’m going to get the workbench table too.

    Also I can use all the boxxes I already had.
    They also offer a version without boxxes which is a little bit cheaper and you can use the boxxes you already have.
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004443.htm

    Those are very nice setups, and at that price I’d buy a few of them too.

    Dirty

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    Member since January 26, 2013.

    #617128

    Oh, and back to my original question that got hidden on the previous page – has anyone here actually purchased any of these Workmos yet? I see that they are readily available at http://www.sortimo-shop.us

    Nice to see ypu back on the forum John. To answer ypur question, no, I myself don’t recall anybody buying into the specialized Sortimo stuff since you were last active.

    Thanks Doobie! I just wish there were some people who have actually put them to use to comment on their durability and overall value given just how much $$$ they are.

    Actually I just bought this one:
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004461.htm
    It works great for me so far. Perfect for stoarge in my workshop and I can move it around easily. I think I’m going to get the workbench table too.

    Also I can use all the boxxes I already had.
    They also offer a version without boxxes which is a little bit cheaper and you can use the boxxes you already have.
    https://www.sortimo-shop.us/product-p/1000004443.htm

    Ohhhh @briant I would love to hear more… The price is just so hard to justify… especially since the l-boxxes look to only be on shelves without drawer glides… is that right?

    The second link, however, does have drawer glides…

    I wish I could just buy the drawer glides sortimo offers, similar to what festool offers for their sys ports:
    http://www.festoolproducts.com/festool-491923-sysport-telescoping-drawer.html

    Honestly, these sortimo workmo 24-750 cabinets are just hard to justify on any level compared to the sys ports (cost-wise)… it does make me wish I had gone full on systainers and gotten sysports instead… but I am way too committed to l-boxxes at this point…

    Thus, the reason I am choosing to build my own l-boxx sysport cabinets out of 80/20

    John S

    #617155
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Honestly, these sortimo workmo 24-750 cabinets are just hard to justify on any level compared to the sys ports (cost-wise)…

    Not much of a price break for just the cabinet with out the boxes. Man that is expensive but nice.

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    #617356

    Honestly, these sortimo workmo 24-750 cabinets are just hard to justify on any level compared to the sys ports (cost-wise)…

    Not much of a price break for just the cabinet with out the boxes. Man that is expensive but nice.

    You can get a lot of 80/20 for the price of these cabinets 😉 In fact, I was able to get extrusion for four 36x18x14.5 deep cabinets that will be perfect for me for little sysports… and then I can put some l-racks on top of them and have a lovely wall of drawer-accessible sortimo stuff

    John S

    #617384
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    You can get a lot of 80/20 for the price of these cabinets

    You can get a lot of anything for the price of these cabinets LOL. Wow they are super expensive. Nice but out of what i would like to spend for one.

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    Fayetteville, NC
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    #617422

    I occasionally consider just buying Ikea kitchen cabinets for that purpose. About 40$ per box and 10$ a shelf is cheaper than I can do myself, and it is just shop furniture.

    They sell a 40 high, 15 deep, 21 wide that is just about right for an L-boxx

    #617525
    BrianT
    Pro

    Yeah you are right, it’s not cheap… but all the possibilities with the accessories are just amazing!

    I just bought some more accessories (the rollers to move it around more easily) and I saw they have a deal going on on their shop right now http://www.sortimo-shop.us/dealoftheday.asp

    I will definitly post a pic of my setup next week!

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    #617687
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    and I saw they have a deal going on on their shop right now http://www.sortimo-shop.us/dealoftheday.asp

    Wow and it’s only 450 dollars You in @RonW???

    Dirty

    A Working Pro since 1988!

    Member since January 26, 2013.

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