This hardshell box keeps gadgets, keyfobs, pocket tools, and other small items safe from the elements. It’s impact-resistant, dustproof, crushproof, IP67 waterproof, and can float with up to 3 lb. of gear inside. A 3-step locking latch ensures contents stay dry and secure. It measures 8.4″ x 4.4″ x 2.3″ inside and 9.5″ x 5.8″ x 2.8″ outside.
After an encounter with a bear, P6GEAR was inspired to design a rugged case for overlanding gear. The P6 Bear Box is stamped, rolled, and riveted from aluminum with reinforced corners. It measures 23″ W x 15″ L x 10″ D, and holds up to 40 liters. It has three handles, and latches to keep contents secure.
If you’ve ever received a giant box from Amazon only to find a tiny item rattling around inside, you’ll appreciate this video. What you’re about to see is a Sparck Technologies automated packaging machine that first takes a precision scan of an object, then cuts and folds a custom box that fits perfectly, reducing waste.
Radius Outfitters makes this organizer box for overlanding. It’s ideal for small equipment like first aid items, flashlights, cameras, snacks, and utensils. It’s made from a durable ballistic material with a rigid top and bottom, a removable lid with a magnetic catch, and leather handles. Includes six dividers for customizing.
After defeating JustDustin’s “unbreakable” box, the guys from Hacksmith Industries decided it might be fun to build their own incredibly strong see-through enclosure to send back to Dustin. But first, Hacksmith conducted their own durability testing – including a beatdown by a forklift and an entire crossfit class.
Sure, you could store your keepsakes in a regular old box, or they could be guarded by a ferocious monster. If given a choice, we’d go with the latter. Boxnmor’s playful handmade wood box has beady little eyes and pointy maple wood teeth to ward off would-be thieves.
Hide small items in plain sight with this fake book storage box. Designed to look like the parts manual from an old piece of industrial equipment, it’ll look great sitting alongside other mechanics’ books. It measures 7″ x 5.5″ x 1.8″ and is made from canvas, wrapped around MDF plywood, with a velvet-lined interior.
Living Packets designed this collapsible box which can be reused up to 1000 times. A holding mechanism reduces the need for padding materials, and it has a digital lock, mobile tracking, and various sensors. Shipping labels are shown on an E-ink display, and the boxes can be reused by their recipient or dropped off for reuse.
Keep your pocket tools, watches, and other EDC gear organized with this lockable display valet from Drop. It holds up to 7 knives, 3 watches, a wallet, and 2 full-size pens or 4 small flashlights, and has a USB pass-through for charging. An optional storage drawer ($50) stacks beneath the main section for added capacity.
This laser-cut wood kit forms a locking puzzle box. Along the way, you’ll use its 123 pieces to assemble a combination lock that can be set to a three-digit password, along with a rotating geometric pattern to play with on its top, and a key mechanism to unlock whatever goodies you hid inside its 1.2″ storage compartment.
Have you ever gotten a box from Amazon that’s way too big for the item packed inside? The CMC Cartonwrap 1000 solves this problem by scanning the item to be packed inside, then making a custom-sized box for it. It’s not ideal for fragile items, though it looks like they’re working on that.
Inspired by Japanese lunchboxes, theses stackable storage boxes are perfect for bringing order to the chaos of chargers, cables, watch straps, earbuds, and other everyday items. They’re especially designed for Apple products, but work with other small accessories.