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Yep, you are right. I switched to LUX organizer, and the bins of these are 44.5mm tall (plus 1.5mm feets). I designed my new bin style for them, and just assumed they would be identical to the Stanley dimensions - as my old bins seemed to fit perfectly.

However, measureing my original brand Stanley Organiser showed, that Stanley bins are only 41mm tall (plus 3mm feet). In addition the nubs on the top lid will reduce the available height further. I did not notice that, as I used my new bins only with the LUX organizers. I'd probably need to reduce the height by 3mm and lower the top surface containing logos and text another few mm to make them fit for Stanley organizers. While the latter should not cause any issues, I am not sure whether the reduction of total height would require a change in the angle for the dials - I think they should fit at the current angle, as long as the nubs of the lid are properly aligned with the dial.

Some bins are easy to change (e.g. Torrents and A-Wings should not cause any issues), some require a little bit of adjustments (e.g. ARCs will have less space for text and logo), and other are probably require a lot of work (e.g. the Reaper). Maybe it would be the easiest solution if I chop of the top by 6mm, and add a 3mm heigh border and 1mm text and logo again.