Love this! Looks nice, very sturdy and can put a lot of dishes to dry in it. I have a family of 5 and all our dishes from dinner fit
Love the design of this dish rack. I hate the standing water that accumulates in most racks. This one easily gets rid of it, allowing it to drain into the sink.
Love this dish rack.
After several years of testing several different brands and models of dish drying racks I finally found the perfect one - this is IT! I've tested out the Simple Human Steel Frame and KitchenAid 3-Piece racks in the past and although those experiences ended in disappointment they helped me decide what was really important to me in a dish drying rack. One - size. I needed a countertop dish drying rack that was compact enough to fit on my 1950s countertop. Two - positioning. I wanted a dish drying rack that could be positioned vertically on my countertop. This rack fits the bill. The KitchenAid-3 Piece could only be positioned horizontally and it took up sooo much space. A little tip: the drain spout on this rack appears to be unmovable although it claims to be moveable in the product description. Not sure what's going on there but I can't see clearly how one can move the drain spout. If the drain spout can really be moved you’d have more versatility in the positioning. Three - I wanted as little "steel" in the rack as possible. No matter what other name brands claim, no dish drying rack is ever "rust free". I just don't believe that's possible. At some point you're going to get rust on stainless steel hardware. That's what disappointed me with the Simple Human Steel Frame rack - despite claims that it was rust-free my rack rusted out in less than 2 years. When you spend $80 on a dish drying rack you don't want it to end up in the trash in 1-2 years on account of rust. A majority of this rack is molded plastic - it's sturdy and compact. The only stainless steel that I can see is the railing around the rack. I love it. Four - good drainage/good design. So far I have seen no puddles or stagnating dish water in the drainage pan unlike the KitchenAid 3-Piece rack which never drained properly and required routine cleaning. So far so good. I've only been using this item for a little under a month but it's been a great accessory for my kitchen. For a small, compact drying rack it sure seems to fit a lot of dishware. The silverware container is small but it's the perfect size for my husband and I. If you hand wash a lot of silverware I can see this possibly being an inconvenience. I would definitely buy this dish drying rack again - it’s a keeper!