I've been on the hunt for a cookware stand that would bring my pots out of the cupboard and where I can get to them quicker and I found it! I was also happy that I didn't have to get a loan to pay for it. I rec'd it pronto (yeah!) And it wasn't hard to put together. It does take two people to put together. I love the color also. (I got the graphite)
I put this in the corner of my kitchen. I have the pots, frying pans, etc. on it that I use the most. It's difficult for me to have to dig around in the bottom cupboards trying to find a pot/pan that I need. This stand makes it so much easier. A little challenging to put together, so I recruited help from a grandchild. Well worth the money and looks nice in the appropriate place.
What a piece of junk it's advertised as a pot rack but it's too small to hold any pots! The bottom rack can't even fit a stockpot and the top rack is just a joke . It is difficult to put together and once it was together there was no way to really take it back apart to send it back so basically I'm just out the money ... save your money and move on
When I finally got the right parts, this worked out very well indeed--good solidity and quality for the price. But if you buy it and find yourself not able to assemble it, measure the horizontal bars---mine were the wrong size, so it would have been impossible to put together. Overstock customer service could not have been nicer or more helpful in sending me a new one.
for the 27 screws & nuts that hold this little gem together. Personally, I Love It! It IS a bit tricky to put together, due to the fact that you have to "square it up".....which is NOT the easiest thing to do, but a very necessary step in the process. I will tell you, this is packaged VERY well. It is consumer friendly, since the company took the time to separate all the pieces for you, wrapped each piece separately in a plastic sleeve, bundled them together BEFORE wrapping them in cardboard and finally packing in TWO boxes for shipping. The metal is thick and strong, and I doubt it would bend easily. I will say the caps for the ends of the screws have to be tried a few times to get them to go on right, but the WILL go on eventually. If I had ANY warning, its simply that the tool & die processing of the screws and nuts leaves some jagged edges, so be aware and be careful. E N J O Y !!
I've always wanted a standing pot rack so I finally broke down and bought one. I am pleased with my purchase. It looks great in my kitchen with my stainless cookware on it and it doesn't take up very much room. I'm looking forward to my next shopping experience on *******! Keep up the good work!!!!!!
This is a great low cost option for the pot stands in the marketplace. I purchased the gunmetal finish (grey). Note that the pot stand comes unassembled and will require time to put together. Takes a bit of time to put together. Instructions are clear but if you just always have screws connect in same direction, the many many screws and bolts will look even and professional. Be careful when using tools as metal finish will scrape. If concerned use towel or such to protect finish.