Lifetime Modular Cabinets Make Great Connections

Lifetime Modular Cabinets Make Great Connections

Lifetime Modular Cabinets Make Great Connections

Looking for some durable, lockable  storage cabinets for your garage, utility room, lab, or office? Lifetime offers a heavy-duty,commercial cabinet with a modular design so you can connect multiple cabinets together. Connect them vertically or horizontally. Use them as freestanding cabinets on the floor, or mount over a desk, countertop, or your washer and dryer.cabinet.jpg

The Lifetime modular storage cabinet is constructed from high-density, double-walled, polyethylene plastic with steel reinforcements, so it's strong, stain resistant, and scratch resistant. Two adjustable, steel-reinforced shelves can hold up to 125 lbs. as a floor cabinet, or 75 lbs. as a wall cabinet. You'll also appreciate the locking feature on the doors which allows you to keep the contents safe, secure, and out of reach of children. While it is built to take the use and abuse of an industrial environment, the overall appearance is sophisticated enough for an office or lab environment as well.

Arrange multiple units to create your own customized storage system for:

  • tools
  • automotive and chemical supplies
  • food storage
  • important files
  • magazine collections
  • laundry supplies
  • and more

With this heavy-duty cabinet, we guarantee that you're gonna get what you pay for-- a top quality product, backed by an amazing 10-year warranty. If you're in the market for a storage cabinet system, now is the time to take advantage of this limited time offer on the Lifetime modular cabinet. Just go to the Lifetime Online Store and enter the special discount code 50SCBLT to receive $50 off each cabinet if you order between 1/13/11 to 2/16/11.

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Charlys

Charlys

Charlys-Huerta0005web.jpgName: Charlys

Position at Lifetime Products: I'm a web content writer for our buylifetime website. I create the content for our online catalog and provide you with the detailed specs and product information you need.

Topics I Blog About: are all of the different Lifetime products we have to offer that will make your work easier and your R&R more enjoyable. I will keep you posted about all of the sales, discounts, and clearances we have on Lifetime products.

My favorite Lifetime Products: are the Lifetime tent trailer and the camping table because camping and camp cooking are two of my favorite hobbies.

On a Saturday afternoon you can find me: hiking in the mountains or bird watching at the lake; or I may be experimenting in the kitchen, cooking up my own exotic dishes from ideas I get on the food channel (to the delight or dismay of my family).

My favorite escape: My favorite year-round escape is a good book. My favorite genre is non-fiction, specifically biographies, and particularly foreign cultures. I enjoy browsing the Amazon.com book and movie reviews and tossing in my two cents worth.

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Norrine Gardiner

1/12/2011 2:39:47 PM

Are the modular cabinets availoable at Backyards Inc (or whatever its new name is)?? Alsok, the Facebook note said there was a $50 coupon at the blog, but I don't find it ???

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Charlys

1/12/2011 2:42:13 PM

The Lifetime Modular Cabinets are indeed available at our Backyards stores, but the $50 discount goes towards an online purchase. Just visit our online store at www.buylifetime.com and enter the special code that you'll find in the last paragraph of the blog article.

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Norrine Gardiner

1/12/2011 3:18:44 PM

Thanks for your prompt response! I did find the code at the on-line store. Thanks again!

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