The Freakishly Durable Container That Makes The Nightmare Of Moving A Total Breeze
It’s impossible, goes the old quote by Christopher Bullock in The Cobbler of Preston, “to be sure of anything but Death and Taxes.” But there’s one more thing you can be sure of: Moving sucks.
Frequent moves are perhaps the biggest source of frustration in modern life. Whether it’s your first major move or you’re a seasoned hand, things break in transit or are lost in the chaos. Hell, with the exception of two years in my beloved Brooklyn bachelor pad, I’ve moved almost every year for the last decade and it never becomes less difficult. Moving, it seems, remains a constant nightmare no matter where you are, or whether you’re in uniform or, you know, wearing regular people clothes.
That’s where the Speedbox comes in. After weeks of testing, I can attest that the military-grade molded mobile storage containers are perhaps the best vehicles for a big move, whether you’re deploying overseas or getting your kid (or yourself) into a college dorm.
Inspired by the “miserable” experience of loading up a pallet for a deployment to Afghanistan more than a decade ago, Army Special Forces veteran Matt Summers dreamed up the Speedbox as a simple, modular solution to the challenge of cramming all your expensive gear into a single container for a rough ride.
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“Our misery stemmed from cheap, weak, and insecure boxes, that when stacked together either exceeded the usable dimensions, left a large amount of space unused, or created instability on the pallet,” Summersexplains. “These conditions wasted our time, jeopardized the mission-critical contents and invoked the rejection by the Air Force Loadmasters: ‘Repack!’”
Loading pallets with the Speedbox
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