$576.95 inc GST
Package includes: 3 x Expedition134 Heavy Duty Plastic Storage Box 55L
External Dimensions: (578mm L x 440mm W x 345mm H)
Internal Dimensions: (Tapers down to base)
Top: (501mm L x 381mm W x 288mm H)
Base: (497mm L x 356mm W x 288mm H)
Gear up for adventure with this box bundle. Containing three of our Plastic Storage Box 55L, this box bundle is the best way to equip yourself for your next trip with one easy purchase. Simplify your storage and easily identify the contents of each box by choosing from six colour options for both the box body and lid.
Developed over years of outback adventures, our storage boxes are designed to hold up to Australia’s toughest conditions. Featuring a durable, weatherproof rubber seal and constructed from injection-moulded, UV-resistant plastic, this box bundle is the perfect way to protect your gear from water, dust, insects and the fierce Aussie sun.
With a lockable lid, four external tie-down points and a unique nesting design, stack your boxes high, secure them in place and rest assured that your gear is safe from whatever your trip can throw at it. Ideal for camping, mining, 4×4 and equestrian storage, invest in the best with this box bundle and get ready for adventure with Expedition 134!
Although I haven't taken these out into the bush yet, I'm very happy with their solid construction and the amount of room inside each box
Excellent quality product! Functional and durable. Small modification to the clips would allow ease of use to all customers.
I have 2 expedition 134 boxes and take them away with me every time. From the outback to Kgari, they have not let me down!! So very strong and well designed. I have found them to be dust, water and dingo proof!! Money well spent!! They are stackabke and I love that they can be tied down securely and I can still easily access the contents without having to release the tie downs ...genious!!! Plus to top it off they are Ozi designed and made!!
Saw these boxes on a mate’s YouTube Channel, took the punt and ordered the 3 Pack of Expedition 134’s, they arrived super quick which was a great surprise, packaged very well. Unwrapped them and you could see and feel the quality of these Expedition 134’s, after clipping the Lids into place and locking it up, I was told these Lids can carry 120kg, so thought I’d give them a crack and jump up and down a few times, admittedly I’m not 120kg, but am on the 100kg side of the scale. Yes they flexed, but nowhere near to what I was expecting, very impressed. I then opened the Norweld Canopy on the Landcruiser and they fit and stack perfectly next to the fridge, making them very handy for your Dry ingredients to all be in the one place. Tied down on opposite corners to secure them and still have access to the box as there tie down points are away from the Lid to allow full access. I’ve allocated another of the Expedition 134 (Orange) and Labelled to hold all First Aid Equipment as well as two Fire Sentry’s and all packed in securely so when you need it it’s right there in front of you with a flip of the Expedition 134 Box. It’s good to know that all your First Aid is right at hand in “The Orange Expedition 134 Box” not if, but when needed.
The last I’ve used for Tackle Storage, using the Wilson Soft Plastic and Waterproof Tackle Storage, they stack on edge and fits 7 from need to end and another two lay flat on top, again the Expedition 134 can store your Tackle in the one spot neatly. That’s just 3 different uses for the Expedition 134 Boxes, and when I need to get a couple more, at least, for the Quadbike, or the Big Tinny, there is no need to look anywhere else as the Expedition 134 Boxes are spot on for what purpose I will use them for. 100% Australian Owned and Made Product, they’ve got my backing from here on, and look forward to seeing Expedition 134 bringing new products into the Market.
Way better than tray back tool box if you ask me - I can throw these boxes in my Ute or my car and not have to unpack them. Being able to tie them down and still access them is great for when I go off road and have the whole family as I can throw the boxes on the roof rack, tie them down and still get into them to get recovery equipment etc.