This heavy duty, brushed stainless paper towel is a wonderful addition to my kitchen. It matches my appliances exactly and fills my needs to the "T." Yes, I would certainly recommend this to anybody looking for a classy addition to their kitchen.
This was a great find, especially for the price. My only concern was that it might scratch my counter because the bottom edge of the base scrapes if you try to move it without picking it up. However, I solved the problem by putting little silicone dots on the bottom, like the type you use to keep cupboard doors from slamming.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Same
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. good quality
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very accurate
When my old rustic hanging wooden paper towel holder finally surrendered to Old Age I thought I'd simply replace it with a newer, fresher version. It never occurred to me to buy a standing paper towel holder at all. And then when I decided that would be my choice I expected to buy a wooden one to fit my rustic kitchen decor. But afer reading the revues I gave up on wood and checked out stainless steel. Balance and stability were not things I had thought about, but revues of the one I ended up buying emphasized these points, and the revues were overall so positive, that is the one I finally did buy. New towel stand looks good, works great, and I think I have the Revues to thank for putting me on the best purchase track.
Looks great but the arm is very tight, requires two hands to pull the paper towels or you have to advance the paper towels so you can grab and tear one handed the next time you want one. Looks great, bottom is wide and heavy enough to keep it in place but this does not let you grab the paper towels one-handed as the first review claims.
Looks attractive and in theory the arm should keep a roll steady for tearing. Sometimes tips and the arm would need to be adjusted with a little hex wrench when roll gets smaller. We buy really wide rolls that may be a factor? Next time I'll go for a heavier base and a center pole with some type of friction instead of the arm concept.