Under-the-Shelf 10 Hook Espresso Cup Storage Drying Rack / Silver-Tone Metal Small Teacup Holder

August 29, 2017 - Comment

Free up precious cabinet space with this contemporary, under-the-shelf small cup holder. Made of sturdy metal, this convenient hanger has 10 hooks which allow you to store your favorite small espresso or tea cups in style. Easily slide the rack onto a cabinet shelf up to 1″ thick for hassle-free installation. Storing and drying your

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Free up precious cabinet space with this contemporary, under-the-shelf small cup holder. Made of sturdy metal, this convenient hanger has 10 hooks which allow you to store your favorite small espresso or tea cups in style. Easily slide the rack onto a cabinet shelf up to 1″ thick for hassle-free installation. Storing and drying your cups has never been more simple!

**Official MyGift® product.**

Approximate Dimensions (in inches): 7.5 W X 3 H X 11 D. Distance between each hook is 2.5 inches. Requires a shelf depth of at least 12 inches.

Product Features

  • Organize and dry up to 10 small espresso or tea cups with this easy-to-use, under-the-shelf drying rack.
  • Hassle-free installation. Simply slide the rack over a cabinet/pantry shelf (up to 1 inch thick), and you will be ready to store your favorite cups.
  • Made of metal with a chrome, silver-tone finish.
  • **Official MyGift® product. Cups not included.**
  • Approximate Dimensions (in inches): 7.5 W X 3 H X 11 D. Distance between each hook is 2.5 inches. Requires a shelf depth of at least 12 inches.

Comments

C. Ram says:

Sags when fully loaded I purchased this for my overflowing dish cabinet and the idea behind it is excellent, but the execution is just a tiny bit off. It works and it absolutely does the trick. My cabinet is much tidier and the mugs are kept from taking up all of my floor space, but the actual rack itself is a little flimsy. When it is fully loaded with mugs, it sags quite a bit. It sags enough that it bothersome to me, honestly. I still like the rack and am using it, but I wish it had been sturdier. I’d have been…

Gabriel says:

Garbage I can’t say it’s misleading because if you look at the photo closely you will see how poorly it sits. The metal is weak and even with nothing mounted on the hooks the rear sags. If you bend it so it sags less it will droop a little more each day you mount anything on the rear hooks. The part that latches on is very slim so my standard butcher block is already too thick for this. The only reason I didn’t rate this a 1 is because when looked at the photo posted closely you can see most of what…

Thomas says:

As with most hooks out there like this, the hooks are too close together Works well enough. As with most hooks out there like this, the hooks are too close together, and also unfortunately our cabinets are only 11 in deep, so the last two hooks are useless. Only other complaint is that the half that rests above the shelf can make it tricky to keep something stable sitting on top of it. It would work better if the metal was flattened so you could rest plates or something else on them. It’s not terrible, just a design improvement. Also, these could be cheaper. On the…

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