Rated 1 out of 5Â by TheLund Worst Stanley product ever
Totally agree with previous reviewer; pivot handle causes tray to tip over to one side when any moderately heavy item is put in it. Have made the product semi-useful by driving some self tapping screws into the handle to prevent it from pivoting. Only obtained mine as my local Screwfix store were giving them away when making a purchase of any other item. Screwfix should withdraw these from sale as they are totally useless in their unmodified state.
16 Dec 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Envoy Stanley Tote Tray
Near useless for most purposes.
The tray (a) is wide (b) shallow (c) has a swivel handle.
As soon as you chuck a few tools or bits with any weight into the tray and then pick it up - it tilts on the swivel handle to whichever is the heavier side, and stuff starts to fall out.
If you are doing general jobs with a heavier tool - something rare and exotic such as a drill or hammer (!) - you can't put it in the tray without moving everything else to the other side to balance it.
I have some of the old Stanley tote trays, and some from a pound shop - the usable ones which are deep and have a rigid handle. With those, you can throw almost anything in and then carry it without a problem. Who thought it was a good idea to redesign a simple concept into this poor product?
27 Sep 2014