3+ Star - Concept Housewares - Pot Racks
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Tue Oct 12 00:00:00 MDT 2010jfhewitt Rating:4.0
Nice pot rack; only a couple of minor problems. 1. Some of the mounting bolts were a little difficult to use because they were not pointed correctly. However, there were enough that were that you could start one that was and then replace it with one that was not pointed correctly. 2. The hooks only set down correctly on the outside of the rack. On the interior of the rack, they are too narrow to set down properly. However, they still do hold pots and protect them even with this flaw. 3. The hook ends have a ball that is slightly large for some of the handles of my pots. Overall, I am very pleased with this rack. The mounting chain was plenty long enough; the rack itself looks very good; the rack is light but very durable.
Tue Jun 16 00:00:00 MDT 2009mccallfoodcritic Rating:5.0
I love this pot rack. Holds lots of pots and gadgets - I added 10 extra hooks for hanging more stuff, and I could squeeze in some more.The hooks that come with the rack that attach the unit to the ceiling should be replaced by the manufacturer. The man who installed my potrack, had to alter the ceiling hooks so they would be able to attach into the beam. He had to make the tips pointy and this took time; he had to return to his shop, and complete the job another day.The chains are long, and we looped them to bring the rack to the proper height. For me, I raised my hand and the rack was leveled at 3 inches higher than my reach. Having looped the chains, I would be able to adjust the height in the future with ease.I moved from a large kitchen to a smaller one in a townhouse. Between the rack and the 4 - 4foot shelves, I'm able to have all my kitchen necessities, and display my treasures at the same time.
Wed Jul 16 00:00:00 MDT 2014shellgram Rating:5.0
Like many of the reviews mentioned, I too was one of those people that had lots of cookware stored in hard-to-reach places which caused me to dread digging it out! Consequently, I never used it. I saw one of these in a friend's house and loved it. Not only was it a great space saver, but it was a beautiful way to display pretty bowls. As a military family that moves every 3 years, we never know what size and shape our kitchens will be. I am looking forward to putting this to good use in the years to come! It is sturdy and well made at a great price!
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