T-360 Brief Case Toolbox Khaki
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The Toyo Steel T-360 Brief Case Toolbox Khaki is the easy choice for anyone that needs a place to store desk essentials, tech, important documents or other stationery tools. Aesthetics meet functionality in this well designed storage box, made out of a single steel plate with a matte finish. Its material is thin, yet solid, making...
The Toyo Steel T-360 Brief Case Toolbox Khaki is the easy choice for anyone that needs a place to store desk essentials, tech, important documents or other stationery tools. Aesthetics meet functionality in this well designed storage box, made out of a single steel plate with a matte finish. Its material is thin, yet solid, making it durable and easy to carry around. It features a round handle and possibility to attach a cylinder lock (Ø4mm maximum).
Measures 38,2 x 22,2 x 9,5 cm (outside) / 36,7 x 20 x 5,2 cm (inside)
Features simple closure and possibility to attach cylinder lock (Ø4mm max.)
Comes in a protective cardboard sleeve
Made from steel
Made in Japan
Toyo Steel x Misc-store
Designed and made in Japan since 1969, Toyo Steel has mastered the Toolbox. Stocked in our Amsterdam store since 2019 these Steel toolboxes have proved themselves to be one of the most useful storage solutions around. They have even received the Good Design - Long Life Design Award for their Camber-top Toolbox in 2009. Shop the range of Toyo Steel toolboxes and storage boxes at Misc-store Amsterdam.
About Toyo Steel
Established in 1969, Toyo Steel was the first company in the world that successfully developed a deep drawing technology to make a seamless steel toolbox from a single sheet of steel.
Simple, durable, & rugged yet beautiful designed toolbox with “Made in Japan” quality. Toyo products were awarded the “Good Design Award” and “Long Life Design Award” and have been loved for more than half a century.
Beyond just an “organizer box”.
Toyo Steel’s toolbox has been stored and enfolded in each one of our user’s life stories. Starting from a small box, crafted with care from Japan.
Stocked at Misc store in Amsterdam since 2019, these Steel toolboxes have proved themselves to be one of the most useful storage solutions around.
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Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like. That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.
Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
A selection of these climate projects are shown here.
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Climate projects supported by Misc Store
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