DEWALT® 24 Inch Tote with Power Tool Case Review

DEWALT® 24 Inch Tote with Power Tool Case

Earlier this year DEWALT introduced the DWST24070 24″ Tote with Power Tool Case. The two-in-one storage container is built to store small power tools and hand tools in the lower section and accessories like drill bits, blades, tips and more in the upper portion. This new storage option allows contractors to combine several tools into one case thus eliminating several tool bags.

“Our new storage solution offers contractors a means of organizing, sorting and transporting their tools from one jobsite to the next,” said Naama Eylon, storage commercialization manager. “After talking to contractors on jobsites across the country, we realized that there was a demand for a versatile and durable storage container that eliminates the need for multiple tool boxes and bags. With proven technology and innovations that matter, we’re confident that this product will meet professionals’ functional needs and deliver the durability and quality they expect from DEWALT .”


  • Top case with integrated carry handle for power tools and small parts
  • Long metal carry handle for easy grip and carrying the tote
  • Heavy-duty design for durable structure
  • Front push-button for easy detaching/ attaching of the case to the tote unit
  • Heavy-duty anti-rust metal latches on top of case

Overall Impression

The DEWALT 24″ Tote with Power Tool Case isn’t exactly a new idea but it certainly provides a nice storage solution for contractors looking to create a specialized tool box with certain power or hand tools. For example this would work great for storing several drills along with driver bits, drill bits, sockets and other accessories. I could put an 18V Impact Driver, 18V Drill Driver and a smaller 12V set all in this tote. On the top section I could then store all my bits and drilling accessories.

The bottom section of the tote is large enough to store drills, wrenches, hacksaws and other small tools. The top section has movable dividers that can be used to section off smaller tools. There is also a small covered compartment on the top for storing bits, blades and small fasteners.

The top storage area easily detaches from the lower section. The top and lower sections have handles so they can be moved independently. When the top portion is removed the lower section is similar to many of the open top tool totes on the market.

Priced at around $37 this tool tote is a good value. If you’re interested in buying it I recommend you check it out using the following link:

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Todd Fratzel

Todd Fratzel is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Tool Box Buzz, and the President of Front Steps Media, LLC, a web based media company focused on the Home Improvement and Construction Industry.He is also the Principal Engineer for United Construction Corp., located in Newport, NH. In his capacity at United he oversees the Residential and Commercial Building Division along with all Design-Build projects.He is also the editor of Home Construction & Improvement.

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