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Red Tool Chest Mini Fridge: Beers Are Tools, Right?

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By hite

Inspired by the red tool chests seen in garages everywhere, this is the Portable Tool Box Refrigerator with 2 Drawers and Lock from Whynter. Available on Amazon (affiliate link), the fridge is going to look perfect next to my actual red tool chest, which is directly below a classic 1989 swimsuit calendar. You know it was most recently accurate again in 2017, and will be again in 2023.

The mini fridge has 1.8-cubic foot capacity and measures 17″ wide, 21″ deep, and 32″ high. It features caster wheels with locks, two functional heavy-duty drawers on top for actual tool storage, an LED light inside the fridge, and a keyed lock to keep others away from your most valuable tools. I’m talking about beers here, just so we’re clear.

So, the question is: is it better to purchase a tool chest mini fridge for the garage to hide my stash of cold beers from my wife, or is it better to get another real tool chest to hide all the expensive tools I just bought? Either way, I’ve got the feeling this fairy tale isn’t going to have a happy ending.

[via The Green Head]



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