Gerstner International GI - B532 Red Oak BASE (fits under GI-533) - Click to enlarge
Gerstner International GI - B532 Red Oak BASE (fits under GI-533) - Click to enlarge

Gerstner International GI - B532 Red Oak BASE (fits under GI-533)

Item Code: GI-B532

Mfg List: $299.00
Sale Price: $239.00
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Gerstner International GI - B532 Red Oak Base (fits under GI-533) {FREE Shipping in the Continental USA!}
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Model: GI -B532

Oak Base


  • American Red Oak construction with tongue and groove joinery insures strength and durability
  • Hardwood design provides protection from moisture
  • Green felt-lined interior provides cushioning
  • Hand rubbed stain with lacquer finish
  • Polished chrome plated hardware
  • Front lid stows under drawers in the open position, and covers drawers in locked position

    Weight: 22 LBS

    This red oak base is a classic American style chest constructed entirely in solid wood. This is a great chest suitable for all kinds of home use. This chest is perfect for a multitude of usages ranging from moisture free storage of precision hand tools to hobby storage.

    6 drawers provide ample space for storage of a variety of your items. Great for multiple compartmented storage of jewelry, craft items, stamping and stencil tools, watches, pocket and various other collectable knives, artists brushes and paints and any other small items that need neat and organized storage.

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    Overall Dimensions:
    25 1/8"(width)
    11 1/8"(depth)
    10"(height)

    2 Drawers:
    10-7/8" (w) 7-1/2" (d) 1-3/8"(h)
    1 Drawer:
    23-1/2"(w)-7 1/2"(d) 1-3/8"(h)
    1 Drawer:
    23-1/2"(w) 7-1/2"(d) 2-3/4"(h)

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    4.6 out of 5, Based on 3 Reviews.
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    Calgary

    Item arrived in time. But, it is not worth the money I paid for it.
    Canandaigua NY

    I have a GI532 and think it's a great box for the money but it can't compare to my 1969 gerstner box in the fit department. there are a few things you need to do. one is to replace the cheap lock that anyone can pick and the second thing is to mount the lock and rear hinges with security screws or rivets as i have done. anyone with a phillips screw driver can get in in a matter of about 20 seconds. but i like my gi532. i just couldn't afford the real thing. thank you for a nice affordable box.