— Miami packers tools box is to you as a Christmas present, said co-founder Michael Siegel.
A gift to the next person you meet, Siegel said, as is a reminder that “we’re still here.”
“We wanted to create something that will really help people make the right decisions about packing their stuff,” he said.
The tool box, made by a company called Cubenotec, was designed to simplify the packing of packing supplies and personal effects and to help them plan the right gift for their friends and family.
Siegel, a 30-year veteran of the Miami-Dade County Public Works Department, is in his second year as co-chairman of Cubenoteec.
His other partners are Andrew Latham, a longtime employee of the Department of Public Works, and David Toussaint, a retired engineer who works in the Miami area.
“When you see the people that have put so much into making the tool box for us, it really hits home for us,” said Siegel, who lives in Fort Lauderdale.
A package of tools, which included packing boxes for packing and storage, will cost $49.99.
This year, Cubenodeec will sell its tools box at $69.99, which is $3.50 more than its usual price.
The tool box has a price tag of $150, Sussle said.
The company’s website sells its tool box online and in stores.
Cubenotecec has made its tools available in a number of different sizes, from 2″x4″ to 6″x8″ boxes, said Sussel.
In addition to being a gift, Cubens tool box also comes in a set of handy packing tools that can be used to organize, store and pack tools and personal belongings.
Siegel said Cubenotes tools boxes are designed to be useful for families who are struggling to get together, such as parents who are not ready to share their belongings.
Cabinet packing boxes and tools boxes have become a popular tool for families and young children who don’t always have the space to store their belongings, said Tous, who also works at the Department.
When you have a family member who is having trouble organizing their own stuff, you can put them in a cubenote box that they can access easily,” he added.
Tous said he was inspired by the success of Cubens tools boxes when his family moved to the area.
Cubenots is also expanding into more retail spaces to help people get their bags out of their home and into public spaces.
After months of research and testing, Cubes tools boxes made from recycled materials are expected to go on sale in stores this summer, said company officials.
I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to bring this gift to so many people,” said Latham.
Billing itself is not Cubenones first foray into the consumer electronics space.
Last year, the company started selling its tools and accessories through Cubenoneys website and through Cubenes website.
Cubenones website is now set up to allow Cubenos customers to buy and sell items, with prices, in the United States and abroad.
Its tools are available for $19.99 for the Cubenoe products.
It is also offering a Cubenoos box that can carry up to 20 tools, with $9.99 shipping, for $89.99 in the U.S.