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I wanted to know who has this xxl crop in style navagator roller tote? I saw one online for $79. I feel it would help me just bring to kitchen what I am using that day. My table is a grand mess right now. Hubby said this crop is style would keep kitchen clean. For me it would store enough to make cards. Then everything can be put back and wheeled into my closet. I can just add what I want or take out things I don't want that day.
How much does it hold? I have looked at smaller versions of this tote.
Thanks. Off to make some more cards for Operation Write Home.
The XXL gets really heavy especially when you're lifting it up and down staircases, and most definitely in and out of your car trunk. But if you're just going to roll it back and forth from one room to another, it's doable. But like everyone else says, it does hold a lot and it will get heavy. But the thing is incredibly sturdy so it will hold up. I've never heard of anyone's breaking. I personally have the size down called the Navigator.
I have it and love it. While I don't use it at home, I do pack it for my weekend crop. Makes it super easy to wheel my stuff in. I also have a file folder wheel tote that I use for my paper at crops. I keep my paper stored inside it all the time. You can see the file folder tote towards the end of this video.
On a side note, in a similar price range, you might want to look at the Stanley FatMax unit which was originally designed for construction and trade workers to carry tools and supplies. I saw one in action at a crop recently and thought it was pretty cool!
I used to have the XXL and had to change to the regular navigator. The XXL was too big for me - when I had it all loaded up, it actually left a wheel mark dent on my hard wood floors!
You know what I am using now that I absolutely love? I use a rolling crate from Staples. It's like a milk crate on wheels with a telescoping handle. I can use hanging file folders for paper.
I have been happier with two smaller totes rather than one ginormous one.
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