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HobbyZone Modular Workshop System OM13 Storage Hutch Module

HobbyZone Modular Workshop System OM13 Storage Hutch Module Review

By Michael Benolkin

Date of Review July 2016 Manufacturer HobbyZone
Subject OM13 Storage Hutch Module Part Number OM13
Pros Lower price, no wasted parts Cons Nothing noted
MSRP (USD) $14.95    

Review

When I set up my own HobbyZone workbench (look here), I realized that there were a number of items that I wanted close at hand without leaving on my workbench. What I needed was a storage hutch (several of them). I used OM08 Paper Towel modules for the job but I ended up throwing out parts that I didn't need (door and paper towel roll holder) just to have my storage.

I am happy to report that HobbyZone has produced the OM13 Storage Hutch module for those who want a simple storage solution without throwing out (and paying for) parts you don't need. The OM13 is currently available from HobbyZone USA (www.hobbyzone.biz).

HobbyZone Modular Workshop System OM13 Storage Hutch Module

Assembly is quick and easy and also includes the magnets to allow these modules to 'snap' together. I used Gorilla Wood Glue to assemble my modules and I have been using the HobbyZone system for several months now without a single glue join failure. The modules are well designed and the glue makes them robust.

HobbyZone Modular Workshop System OM13 Storage Hutch Module

You can see one of my 'converted' storage hutches in the background where I keep the thinners, glues, liquid mask, and other materials that do not fit in the paint racks that sit atop these modules. Larger tooks like my magnified small parts holder also fit nicely.

You can see this and other modules at the HobbyZone website (www.hobbyzone.biz) and on their eBay Store. Stay tuned as we build up other modules and see what we can do with them to organize the bench!

My thanks to HobbyZone.biz for this review sample.

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