You'll Never Hunt For a Tool With Craftsman's Whiteboard Toolbox

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Craftsman is eschewing the traditional bright red paint job of its rolling toolboxes for a stark white finish that's actually far more functional. The white paint used on its Limited Edition rolling eight-drawer tool chest is dry erase-friendly, so you can label the drawers as per what's inside, take notes, or make calculations on the sides.

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The top four-drawer section will set you back $350, while the larger wheeled bottom is another $450 on top of that. And no, it doesn't come with any tools whatsoever, not even dry erase markers. [Craftsman via Gear Patrol]

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FACEMAN. The man with a face.

everyone is going on and on about how silly the notion of a dry erase friendly tooldbox is...

me...I'm confused by this: "The top four-drawer section will set you back $350, while the larger wheeled bottom is another $450 on top of that. And no, it doesn't come with any tools whatsoever, not even dry erase markers."

A GOOD roll away will set you back a few grand...without any tools. So I'm not so sure whats to be offended by here.