Home / Du Lịch✅ / ICON Toolbox and Tool Review Pt2 Financing and Pricing ICON Toolbox and Tool Review Pt2 Financing and Pricing By christinkilarjian October 7, 2019 Du Lịch✅ 22 Comments In this video we discuss ICON Tool box pricing and financing. Pt 1 of this video can be watched here The Den of Tools Youtube Channel The Den of Tools ICON Toolbox video The Den of Tools ICON FAQ source: https://kvsulur.org Xem thêm các bài viết về Du Lịch: https://kvsulur.org/category/du-lich/ Tweet Pin It Related Posts Trải nghiệm đáng nhớ cùng SIM Study Tour 2019 Top 6 ngành nghề dễ xin việc nhất Làng Nổi Tân Lập – Trở về với thiên nhiên, xã stress cuối tuần. Written by christinkilarjian 22 Responses to “ICON Toolbox and Tool Review Pt2 Financing and Pricing” Redemption Garage October 7, 2019 Do you think Harbor Freight has to offer financing or not? Reply Denny's Plant Based Journey October 7, 2019 agreed, I'd get the US General 56… I have a US General and a Husky that I bought for $499 at Christmas. I definitely need more storage but I'll be getting anotther US General. Can't afford those multi-thousand dollar boxes Reply Jedidiah October 7, 2019 The icon box is more comparable to the snap on KRA2422 which you can pick up new off the truck for around $2500 Reply Frank Landgraff October 7, 2019 I believe they will have financing! Reply Tarek Ashurex October 7, 2019 I am in the market for a box now like I commented earlier. After checking stuff out elite tools is having a sale on extreme tool boxes, I owned one in the past and it was a great box, right now they have a 72in x 25in package 19 drawer main box, full hutch with power, 1x full size locker w/ 3 drawers and a 6 drawer side box… price is about 5k shipped. That's w/ 200lb slides, step up to the 30in model with 500lb slides your at 8k.. 18 ga steel drawers 14 gauge box. That's hard to beat. So hard I applied for financing even though I have the cash, and hopefully tomorrow Monday I'll get a chance to talk to someone about my delivery options. I'm fortunate enough to be able to afford a new snap on box but I can't justify it. I'm not a snap on/ milwaukee fan boy but a good tool fan boy, I grew up on snap on, sk and proto, my grandpa was a machinist for Nabisco. I learned from a really young age what a good tool is. I'm sorry I just don't see it yet in anything at HF besides Jacks and stands, I tried the flex head ratchets I can get over the backwards direction but the heads just flip flop around I had zero control. I notice their prices creeping up all the time soon I feel like HF will still be selling discount tools at big name prices. I hope the icon line can change my mind. I invest a lot money into my toys I mean tools. I don't have kids or a wife, it's a good thing to because if a wife ever saw my truck invoces alone I'd be sleeping in my shop. Keep up the vids sell me on the icon line, also to people looking for a killer wrench set with out breaking the bank the milwaukee wrenches are bad ass and have their version of flank drive, I bought 2 sets of each for backup. Reply Kevin Avery October 7, 2019 your pretty much in with snap on, they start almost anyone out with an 8500 dollar credit limit and it will grow as you go along, mine is like 14000 right now, I don't owe that much, but that is my credit limit right now with them, they make it easy to get on that truck and buy more Reply Kevin Avery October 7, 2019 price update, the snap on monster set up is 62000 dollars Reply Shifty427 October 7, 2019 Snap on warranties their drawer slides Reply Antonio Claudio Michael October 7, 2019 Great video redemption brother Reply Wile E Coyote October 7, 2019 Their purchasing/returning process way too involved. They need to simplify. Takes 10 minutes to buy something and if you return an item will take twice as long. Reply Kevin W October 7, 2019 I'm gonna tell new techs now what I've been telling my guys. That big monstrosity we put on the wall is a safe place for us to store our tools we dont use all the time. Get a good full length cart, fill it, then buy the tool box. Tech Carts have changed the game allowing me to utilize my every day tools in any bay at any time. That 80+ inch box in your back drop cant go from bay to bay. In a small 2 bay shop this may not be a big deal. But in bigger shops with 6 or more, those boxes are nothing more then a boat anchor. Reply Mikeske October 7, 2019 I am retired aviation worker. I had to have a tool box and tools going in to this line of work after I separated from the Air Force in 1983. Back then being hired by a major aircraft manufacture required that you have a tool box and they gave you a tool list. Since I was saved I already had a complete bought set of professional level tools. I did go cheap on the toolbox as I bought a cheap 27" Waterloo brand tool box (rebranded with the tool company name). I worked out of the same box for the rest of my career and retired two years ago and finally bought a pair of US General 44" boxes, 2 top boxes, 2 side boxes and a locker for all the tools I have acquired from the last 40 plus years. I will not need a Icon box but if I was starting out today the US General boxes is where to go. I have seen lots of professional mechanics and aviation mechanics buy these boxes and they seem to stand up just fine for even extreme conditions. Sure the Icons appear to be very nice boxes and it will appeal to the pro but really any of the regular US Generals will do the same thing and that is store the tools. I am one of the ones if I did not have the money for a particular item I did without until I did have the money. I never bought a lot of tools from the tool trucks over the years but if I did it was always cash and carry. I sure as heck was not going to pay that tool truck drivers vacation to the Bahamas. One last thought is I seen a few mechanics over the years buy lots of tool truck tools and store them in the cheapest tool box available. Reply Skinny Dee October 7, 2019 Pure jive. Reply Wayne Hawley October 7, 2019 Doin finance is a sucky choice…but in order to live life an get ahead, specally if its a huge amount of money, its a choice you have to make based on your needs/wants… Some need a better box than what they have, just make wize choices.Is these boxs gonna be so much that they cost what a new truck cost.. No, but youll gonna feel the pintch lol Reply Jim Thomos October 7, 2019 New subscriber here found you from Den of Tools and Justin Dow's channel. Like your style and keep up the good work. I feel US General will still be at HF. The ICON line will be HF's answer to the pro user not the weekend warrior. Reply JUSTIN ATV October 7, 2019 Snap-on does give a lifetime warranty on the slides. I know because I did work for a Snap-on franchisee. Reply Automotive Enigma Solutions October 7, 2019 No not the epic it's a shot at the master series. Reply Michael Shor October 7, 2019 Perhaps it could have a different effect on the industry. It could make it so much cheaper for established businesses to buy the tools (which they can also tax-deduct, unlike employee mechanics) that places might buy the tools themselves, and pay accordingly less in salaries (which, for the reasons above, might still be a better deal). It seems very strange that this industry seems to expect starting employees to have their own tools when they don't have their own shop. Reply PatChapp October 7, 2019 I understand they're considering 0% loans for 3 years.If they do that,that's a great deal and worth doing even if you have the cash.I have seen guys walk off the truck with a box and an 18% loan Reply roaddoglv October 7, 2019 Anyone that is comparing an Epiq to the box that is on display in West Covina has never used or seen an Epiq. It’s more comparable to a Classic series. The General 2 compares well with the Heritage series right now. Reply Silver Fever October 7, 2019 Open your eyes homie Reply TwiZ1975cj5 October 7, 2019 The new tariff's on imports is the reason for the price change. They aren't sure how much they will be. Also heard they may offer interest free credit harbor freight card Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.