Tool Taco is a tool box you can construct to your own needs. Tool Taco is a highly versatile tool box made of polyester and a strong, impact-resistant plastic able to tolerate all weathers and temperatures from -20 to +60 degrees.
Featuring Danish design and quality to emphasise the organisation and efficiency of the professional tradesman.
Available in L and XL with a wealth of practical accessories.
1. Build your own tool box. Lots of practical accessories including a saw holder with two horizontal pockets.
2. Open Pouch - removable pockets. Open Pouch, e.g. for Tool Fix or Boxxser 55 4x4. Easily attached using clips.
3. Tool Fix tool holder. Placed inside the box using Velcro, outside using Open Pouch. Can also be used as a divider. Suitable for all tools up to 30 mm in diameter.
4. Robust design in quality plastic. Hard waterproof shell to protect contents.
5. Robust hooks. For safe attachment of shoulder strap, face masks, goggles etc.
6. Practical elastic loops for accessories e.g. gloves, knee pads etc.
7. Sturdy handle. Gives good balance for heavy contents.
8. Shoulder strap for easy carrying. Ergonomic design shoulder strap included. Carrying capacity up to 20 kg.
Tool Taco received the iF design award in 2012 and the German Design Award/Special mention in 2014.
German Design Award / Special mention
The purpose of the German Design Award is to identify and honour current unique design trends. This is a competition to promote the international design scene. The international premium award is given to top-quality products and projects in product and communication design that are groundbreakers within the German and international design landscape. The German Design Award was first awarded in 2012 and is one of the world’s best known design competitions.
iF design award
The IF design award is one of the world's largest design awards, which has been awarded since 1953. There are six categories of awards, with a jury of international experts in the fields of design, industry and education. Every year, hundreds of companies submit their products to the design competition, which the jury assesses according to such criteria as: design quality, finish, choice of materials, degree of innovation, environmental impact, functionality, ergonomics, safety, brand value, etc.
”I've built my own tool box - it's brilliant. It's just right for me and only me. The other guys in the workshop call it ‘Poulsen’."
Søren Poulsen, Sonny VVS Aps