Even though we have severely downsized Marcus and Agata did realise that in this life (the only one that we will know) it might be nice to once own a Professional Tool Cabinet.
You know, the sort of thing you see in Garages of the rich and famous, in movies and the like.
And so I introduce to your the Beta C38 Side Cabinet, 7 Drawer version
For the last 15 years in Switzerland our tools were housed in a variety of identical Black IKEA zippable boxes. Now we have finally nested in England, to mark a sign of permanence we invested in this cabinet.
Our tool collection is not that impressive, but it can be upgraded over time ...
Just getting it into the cave from our seller was a 2 person job. I thought it was Aluminium, still extremely heavy. And large enough that it would not fit into our car so we took alternative transport for pickup.
Finally it was frog marched into its resting position and the fun job of filling it with tools began.
Logically we thought most often at the top and least used at the bottom?
A drawer for cycle specific tools.
What Place Luxury?
Marcus wants to clearly re-iterate my position on Luxury / unusual and maybe illogical purchases.
Whilst I would encourage everybody to live within their means that is not to say you might not once in a while indulge your legal passion, perhaps treating yourself to an expensive item or experience that is perhaps above your pay grade.
Just make sure that this is an exception and not an addictive habit that you can't afford. The above tool chest is a luxury to us, but it should last years, and provide us with a quality and functional place to store our tools. And in buying it we still had enough money to do a very healthy weekly food shop.
So yes, BETA cabinet was bought, we can recommend it as a quality though expensive Italian product and available here