Author Topic: **DEAL ALERT** HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Lumber Organizer Rack $39.99  (Read 4606 times)

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Offline wow

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Woot just posted a deal on the HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Lumber Organizer Rack for $39.99. Home Depot and Lowes both have them @ $59.99. You can buy THREE of them from Woot including shipping for $124.97. That's basically like buying two and getting one for free.

For those who don't know Woot, they are a sister company of Amazon. Shipping is always $5 per ORDER, not per item. And Woot deals tend to be limited to 3 per customer, and tend to sell out quickly. Act NOW if you want one...or three!

Here's the link:

http://tools.woot.com/offers/htc-portamate-wood-storage-lumber-organizer-rack-6?utm_source=Daily+Digest&utm_campaign=4aa805426d-Daily+Digest+-+20150101+-+Woot&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c5ca76da11-4aa805426d-293684221#tracked

I do not own these and have no experience with them, so I am not recommending them - just giving a 'heads up'. Do your own due diligence before you order.
« Last Edit: January 01, 2015, 06:43 AM by wow »
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Offline ChrisK1970

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Thanks Wayne, I just bought one. I'm doing a relocation in my basement of my wood shop and I have used sawhorses for years. What a great find and perfect timing too!
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Offline wkearney99

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Woodpecker has them on sale now also.

http://www.woodpeck.com/portamatestoragerack.html

Shipping adds a bit though.  Putting it within a dollar of getting through amazon if you have Prime.

https://www.amazon.com/Storage-Portamate-PBR-001-Six-Level-Organizer/dp/B004DGIZMW

Offline Blackberry

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Has anyone had any experience with these?  The pictures make it look like there's storage, mathematically their can't be that much storage???

Offline clark_fork

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Has anyone had any experience with these?  The pictures make it look like there's storage, mathematically their can't be that much storage???

http://festoolownersgroup.com/other-tool-reviews/port-a-mate-pbr-001-wood-storage-organizer-rack/msg476535/#msg476535

notching the shelves for the uprights makes for more efficient storage if using shelves.
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Offline Blackberry

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Thanks for the review...thanks for the link

Offline Gordon Bombay

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Bummer! Looks like the deal is gone!
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Offline antss

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um ........ it was gone over two years ago.

That's one of the drawbacks of posting new comments in an old thread.

Don't worry , it caught my eye too, and I got in on the last deal.  They are really good racks especially for $40, and down right a steal at $20.

Offline Gordon Bombay

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um ........ it was gone over two years ago.

That's one of the drawbacks of posting new comments in an old thread.

Don't worry , it caught my eye too, and I got in on the last deal.  They are really good racks especially for $40, and down right a steal at $20.

Ah! Good call. I didn't even look at the dates.
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Offline derekcohen

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These are sold in Australia under the Triton label. They are cheap but excellent. I have sections of two walls for wood storage that use these. They take up minimal room and carry a lot of weight.

The smaller section ..



Regards from Perth

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Offline johnbro

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I have two of them and I can confirm what Derek said: they are sturdy and work well.
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Offline Mismarked

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Just got an email from Lee Valley News that they are offering at $29.00.
http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,44047&p=67432&WT.mc_id=2316_3&WT.tsrc=Email
Haven't checked shipping.

Offline Aclaw

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Thanks for the heads up, shipping is $8.95 for the dollar amount.  Just picked up a set for a dollar less that if it were $40 free shipping so its still a dollar saved in my book!

Offline Blackberry

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I purchased two and installed them just last night. These are going to work well.
« Last Edit: February 23, 2017, 01:06 PM by Blackberry »

Offline Dan-

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Looks like you have a bit more than the 110 lb rating on that rack, Derek. I'm guessing you used some lags to attach it to the wall?