Dual 4 Drawer 'BREAK APART' 3/8" Ply ATA Work Case w/4" Casters

$799.99
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RCTRADE-ROAD-BREAKDRAW
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Dual 4 Drawer 'BREAK APART' ATA Work Case w/4" Casters 

3/8" ATA Construction with 1/4" Drawers

Outside Dimensions of Case Closed 18" x 29 1/2" x 40" High (including wheels)

Drawer Inside Dimensions 15 1/4" x 13 1/4" x 7 1/2"

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Diamond Plate 'Ultra-Thick' Rubberized Super Laminate!

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  • Full ATA Heavy Duty 3/8" Plywood Construction
  • 1/4" Plywood Construction Drawers
  • Heavy Gauge PVC Protective Laminate On Exterior Case and Drawers
  • Case & Drawers Are Completely Aluminum Bound
  • All Rust Resistant and  Recessed Hardware
  • Heavy Duty Ball Corners
  • 8 - 4 " Heavy Duty Casters Included
  • 8 Carpet Lined Drawers
  • Drawers Slide Completely Out
  • Drawers Set On Heavy Gauge Plastic Glides For Easy Access
  • Made In The USA

This dual 4 drawer ATA work cases feature sturdy drawers that slide on plastic gliders, and also come with casters for easy portability. The ATA drawer cases are ideal for storing and transporting a wide range of equipment while also keeping it protected, and the drawer cases also help to improve organization. This work boxe is ideal and for a multitude suited for a multitude of uses in any indutry. It is also well as in industrial settings and warehouses. A number of great construction features on these ATA cases also improves durability and makes them well suited for travel.

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    Almost great, but unsafe as shipped

    Posted by John Cone on 21st May 2019

    The dual-stack drawer road case has 8 drawers that are just the right size for cables, mics, mounts, accessories, etc. The drawers are on slides and open and close very easily (yay).
    The slides do not have any catch or friction stop to keep the drawers closed, so the slightest movement of a case causes ALL the drawers to open (very smoothly and easily) by themselves, causing the case to topple over toward the weight of the stuff in the open drawers (boo). A trip the the hardware store to get some magnetic catches, and some time to install them, and all is well, but really, did nobody actually try to use these cases at the factory? Design blunders like this can get people and equipment hurt.