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
1 comment… add one
  • Bob Galbreath November 13, 2017, 9:51 pm

    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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