Hardware Container - Small

Average Review (3):

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Store and organize Kreg Screws and other hardware in the shop and on the go. 



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Kreg Hardware Containers are the perfect solution for storing and organizing all kinds of loose hardware. These handy containers are the same durable, resealable, reusable containers that are used to package Kreg Screws.

Hardware Containers, though, have lids with a surface that you can write on to easily identify what’s stored inside. Available in Small and Large sizes, Hardware Containers fit inside the new Screw Organizer, and in the Kreg System Organizer, as well. Hardware Containers are sold in packs of four.

Available in two sizes:

  • Small: 3" wide x 41/4" tall x 17/8" deep
  • Large: 1/4" wide x 61/4" tall x 17/8" deep



3" wide x 41/4" tall x 17/8" deep (76mm x 108mm x 47mm)


Transparent, stackable, reusable


Resealable with a write-on label

Fits into

Screw Organizer | System Organizer | Large Hardware Containers


In packs of four

Reviews for "Hardware Container - Small"

Average Review:

some containers are hard to open

I am changing my original review and adding a star. I think there could be a manufacturing flaw with some of the containers. The first container I tried to open was a 1-1-2". After working on it for several minutes I did finally get it open with a bottle opener. The second container was for 2-1/2". All I had to do to open it was bend one corner tab back and the lid opened easily with my thumb.


By Lou Warren

July 7, 2017

Works fine.

This is in reply to Mike's review. I think that's the point. As these are the same containers that they are now selling their screws in, those four tabs on the corners are the "tamper proofing" so people don't open them up in the store and steal things out.


By Ned Hummel

April 21, 2017

Can't open containers by hand

After I snapped the lid on the first container and tried to open it back up, I was not happy. The only way I could get the lid off was to break the corner off of the container and use a pair of pliers to pull the lid off. I think somebody fumbled the ball on this one. No lip on the lid to open with, no place to even stick a screw driver in.


By Mike Carman

February 8, 2017