Best Reviewed - Concept Housewares - Pot Racks
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Wed Aug 04 00:00:00 MDT 2010jsomm Rating:4.0
When this item arrived, I was delighted with the luster of the copper and the sturdiness of all of this product's elements. However, the product description needs some fleshing out. I was unclear as to whether 4 attachment screws came with the unit or whether the chains were soldered to the base of the rack. I was told by customer service that they were-they weren't. I needed a wrench to open the S-hooks so they would go into the holes in the rack itself and then use it again to close up the connection. Nevertheless, now that it is up, it is the stunning focal point of my kitchen-beautiful and practical!
Wed Mar 07 00:00:00 MST 2012fab322 Rating:5.0
Moved to my retirement home over a year ago. My last home had a pot rack in the kitchen which was great. My new home has a 4' x 2' light fixture in the ceiling that prevented hanging the oval rack. I bought a pair of these strip racks to hang on each side of the light. They look and work great. Freed up a lot of cabinet space.
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.
Mon Mar 08 00:00:00 MST 2010cindie71 Rating:5.0
This pot rack is definitely worth every penny. It is sturdier than I expected it to be since it was so cheap. I have a relatively heavy set of pots and the rack holds them just fine, as do the hooks that were included. We have vaulted ceilings, so I was worried that it would be difficult getting the 4 separate chains to hang evenly. We were able to bring all 4 of them together on the one hook in the ceiling. It's hanging evenly and it looks great. I looked at several different stores and they were double the price on Overstock and many didn't look nearly as nice.
Sat Mar 01 00:00:00 MST 2014chorobie Rating:5.0
This pot rack is great. It is very sturdy and very easy to install. It comes almost fully assembled. We ordered the brushed nickel one and we were a bit worried because the picture looks a bit more like chrome, but it is brushed nickel. It does include 4 hooks to put in the ceiling and you can install it with 1, 2, or 4 hooks. We installed using all 4. The hooks are nice and long so I put all 4 in and then to level it I simply screwed 2 of the hooks in a bit further and then I was done. It really is a great product. I recently helped a friend install a pot rack that hung from steal cables and it took hours to get it level. I had this one level in about 2 minutes. The only part that was hard was hooking the S hooks into the pot rack itself. The trick is to get them in from the side then rotate them up, after to get one in its a snap. It only takes a moment to figure it out.
Wed Apr 14 00:00:00 MDT 2010thunderthize Rating:5.0
Our pot rack is exactly as described - heavy duty, professional looking, and perfect for our needs. The instructions say to hang it with the chains coming straight down from the ceiling, but we didn't have that option. We hung our from a single beam, with the 2 chains on each end coming together to a single bolt (we bought longer bolts to reach further into the beam). Because we had to hang it wrong, it tends to 'rock' a little when removing pots - but nothing major - & wouldn't be a problem if hung with the chains straight. Right now, we have 4 large skillets, a stock pot, 5 regular pots, and 2 large sieves hanging with no problems and room to spare. All in all this is a great buy!!
Thu Sep 22 00:00:00 MDT 2011dave4097 Rating:5.0
This bookshelf pan rack was exactly what we needed. We formerly had one which hung from the ceiling. When we moved, there was nowhere to attach it, so we began looking for an alternative. Our smaller kitchen had no room for our cookware in the shelves. We found this pan rack and decided we'd try it. Perfect for storage, easy to mount (only 4 screws) and it holds a double row of hanging pots, pans, strainers, as well as having storage for flat items on to. The whole kitchen looked larger!
Tue Jun 11 00:00:00 MDT 2013ostockusr Rating:1.0
Single spot welds holding together 4 pieces of scrap metal. I'm fairly confident this would not hold my pots/pans. I would not recommend this to anyone.
Wed Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2013vhaz Rating:5.0
Beautiful! Not to big, not to small! Lots of hooks for your pots and easy to put together..the package was missing 4 small screws, which I had to call the manufacturer to ask for them which have still not arrived! Other than that, looks so nice in my kitchen!
Wed Jan 19 00:00:00 MST 2011paullus Rating:5.0
This came to us quickly. The instructions were simple and it looks great!!!! I Love it!!! Would have liked to have more hooks... four of the hooks are used to hang the rack... so the number it states is over by 4 - and they are expensive to purchase separately. But this is great... would purchase again!!!!! I receive nothing but complements!!!
Wed Jun 08 00:00:00 MDT 2011cynthiagrace Rating:5.0
We got this for the kitchen of our new house. It came and was everything I hoped it would be! The color is gorgeous, and it is very sturdy. There is only one small, and very glaring problem with this product -- there is no way to adjust the length of the hanging chains. The way it is built, you can't simply hang it from a different length, as the chains don't fit through the ceiling hook. We took care of the problem by going to Home Depot and buying 4 heavy-duty clasp hooks, which we connected to a shorter part of the chain, and then affixed to the ceiling hook. This took care of the problem perfectly, but if it wasn't for this rigging, I would definitely be bonking my head on this all the time!
Tue Dec 27 00:00:00 MST 2011somescreenname Rating:5.0
This product does exactly what I wanted it to do, even though I probably ordered the wrong one! I wanted to hang skillets over the kitchen doorway, but since the area only leaves about 15" of height before some tall person bangs their head on a pan, I didn't use any of the chain links shown in the photo. I stuck two hooks in the roof at 36" apart, 4" from the wall, then hung the rack from those so as to waste as little space as possible. It works well, the ol' lady has no intention of forcing me to take it down, and she admits that I was right (that we needed one at all!). For the price I paid for this, I couldn't possibly have saved us money by building one myself, even though there are some very cool instructions all over the web.
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