Not everyone has a room dedicated to working on their bike. It’s a good goal, better than having a room dedicated to riding on a stationary bike, or a room dedicated to watching TV. For those lacking a tool wall, you need a tool box. If you are a home mechanic in the "I can adjust everything but can only replace a chain and brake pads" kind of vein, this is a perfect tool box for you. Can you go to Home Depot and get a Homer Box for 12 bucks? Yes. But I will judge you. Because good tools need a good home. You don’t just jam your records under your bed wrapped in an old T shirt. You don’t put your books in a bunch of U Haul boxes unless you are moving. If you have some Wera and Unior and Park tools, treat them to a nice home. This tool box is that home. When you open it, it has two top trays for smaller tools, or ferrules and brake pads and such. Then the main compartment is for bigger stuff, like pedal wrenches and hammers, cans of Busch Light. That kinda thing.
Made in Italy by a small family of metal workers. Yes, really. This is a lifetime tool box.
You can also use this of course for other things, crafting comes to mind, but think outside the box, regarding what you can put in the box. A large collection of mini liquor bottles, for instance.