This sleek, gorgeous enameled steel tool box reminds us of the one our Grandfather used to keep his fishing lures in. Did you know toolboxes could win design awards? Because this one did: recipient of the prestigious Good Design Award in 2009 (can't say that about Grandpa's fishing caddy). Pressed from a single sheet of steel in a 50 year old factory in Osaka, this is, indeed, a classic of the genre. Rounded lips, corners, handle, and edges for safe and easy toting and storing, with lid and body attached via pivoting interlocking panels instead of hinges for maximum durability and longevity. Ergonomic latch is cylinder lock mountable (if you need to keep something *private* in there). Open layout on the inside makes this a favorite for corralling so many things—from Dardevle Spinnies to, you know, tools. 14" x 6"