Mychanic Tool Creeper rolling tool tray review

There’s a creeper in my garage! A tool creeper that is. Like many shade tree mechanics, I am plagued with tools and loose items rolling around my garage floor. The Mychanic Tool Creeper aims to help that problem.

  • Manufactured from durable ABS plastic
  • Dimensions (Tray): 24″ tall x 20″ across x 20″ deep
  • Dimensions (Casters): 2” swivel
  • Weight: 5.2 lbs
  • Patent pending

There is a little bit of assembly required.  Thankfully, there are only three casters to attach, and a small wrench is included.

I was surprised to discover that despite the casters, the tray didn’t just roll off on its own.  It pretty much stayed where you leave it unless you give it a good push.

Do you see that triangular metal plate in the middle?  You can attach magnetic items to it, such as the Mychanic Pod Light (sold separately)

I just happened to have a project to do in the garage that day, so the Mychanic Tool Creeper worked out just right.  I’m happy to say I didn’t lose a single nut, bolt or socket that afternoon.

Source: The sample for this review was provided by Delk. Please visit their site for more info.

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Product Information

Price:$34.99
Manufacturer:Mychanic
Requirements:
  • Minor assembly required (three casters, wrench included)
Pros:
  • Pretty much stays put- doesn't roll off on its own that easily.
Cons:
  • None

2 thoughts on “Mychanic Tool Creeper rolling tool tray review”

  1. Poor review. Too much about how to put it together and nothing about the product’s usability other than “it doesn’t roll away.”

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