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simplehuman KT1111 The simplehuman system dishrack is updated with an improved dual direction drip tray and a new knife block that holds knives of various sizes. This durable stainless steel rack adjusts to your household needs with removable ABS plastic accessories including removable cup holders and more. Features: -Rust-proof high grade stainless steel and white ABS plastic.-Knife block holds blades of various sizes and keeps them safely shielded and separated.-Extra large utensil holder drain holes make drying quick and clean.-The drip tray can be adjusted so that it can drain on either the longer or shorter side of the dishrack.-Gentle ABS plastic prevents dishes from chipping and is dishwasher safe.-2 cup holders stores 2 cups each securely for quick drying.-Distressed: No.-Product Type: Dish Racks.Dimensions: -7'' H x 21.5'' W x 15'' D, 8.6 lbs.-Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 7.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 21.5.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 15.-Overall Product Weight: 8.6.Warranty: -5 year limited warranty.
Color: Metallic, Silver
Product Title: simplehuman KT1111 System Dishrack SHN1045
Power Score: 4.2 | 25 Reviews
Diameter: less than 8"
Color: Metallic, Silver
Product Type: Dish Racks, Dishes
tableware type: dish
Bakeware Type: dishes
Artificial Tree Size: 8
luggage size type: up to 22'
Product Reviews (10)
My favorite dish rack ever!!
I love this dish rack! Its' roomy, easy to clean I would recommend it all my friends and family! I would buy this same model again!
By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - May 27, 2013
Best Dish Rack Ever
Love this rack ! Finally a dish rack that allows me to stack multiple items of all shapes and sizes with ease. No more " things" falling all over the place, and no more cluttering up valuable kitchen counter space. Everything is contained, and I love the fact that it looks neat and clean.
By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - May 15, 2013
fantastic dish rack!
These simplehuman dish racks are the absolute best! I won't buy any brand except these. Everything works and it is a solid rack. Everyone asks me where I purchased it when they see it.
By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Feb 28, 2013
Well Designed Dish Rack
This dish rack really does function well, although it is expensive. I particularly like the utensil holder and knife block. Also, unlike my previous dish rack, the water drains well from the tray underneath the rack. Note that the dimensions in the product description seem larger than the actual object (although perhaps include the add-on holders on the side) -- for us this was actually better.
By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Aug 3, 2011
When I first purchased this product I thought it had great styling and would solve my dish-draining problems. I wanted a large drain rack, which this is. As time went on, my family came to dislike it very much. For in-set sinks, it would be a better choice. My sink has a high ledge and the feet are too short to clear it. I eventually got creative and fashioned risers out of small blocks of wood...
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When I first purchased this product I thought it had great styling and would solve my dish-draining problems. I wanted a large drain rack, which this is. As time went on, my family came to dislike it very much. For in-set sinks, it would be a better choice. My sink has a high ledge and the feet are too short to clear it. I eventually got creative and fashioned risers out of small blocks of wood so that the spout would drain into the sink instead of all over the counter top. That worked for awhile. Secondly, the drain board didn't hold up. The holes leading to the spout and drain bottom collected mold and mild-due and was very hard to clean, disassemble and reassemble. The part holding the spout broke, so it won't stay attached to the main piece. This was on a replacement . The first one the spout broke off where the screw holds in on. I have since bought a large flat material drain mat (because that's the only thing that will fit under the large rack). It allows more space under the rack for draining than the original. I'd like to buy the next generation dish rack from Simple Human, but I'm not crazy about the styling, and the price is just too high for a dish-drainer.
By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Dec 27, 2010