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not as good as my previous one”
by Maureen Kramer
I have used this for two days and I am so disappointed with it. Soup bowls and dessert bowls wont stand up anywhere and the cutlery holder is too shallow. Also the grey tray makes it appear cheap,which it isn't. I want to send it back.
Published 19 01 2015
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Flimsy and massively over-priced”
Disappointed with this product. The plastic under tray is very thin, the cutlery insert does not fit in the metal loop properly and the rack itself does not sit correctly on the under tray - one side has to sit on the ridges of the tray. The ONLY reason it is not being returned is that we live in Germany and it's too much hassle.
Published 27 08 2014
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I have been looking for a good efficient dish drainer for years and one of the reviews gave me some hope. This truly is a brilliant product. Amazing how much you can drain on it. The sides are high enough for tall plates, the glasses and cups really fit on the sides and everything just stays in place. It is a real pleasure to assemble all the dishes and cutlery. Thank you for that review.
Published 18 08 2014
This design is very similar to the one that I currently use and need to replace. But it is so flimsy that I had to return it. Certainly doesn't take the weight of plates without sagging. Very overpriced.
Published 10 07 2014
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A great buy!”
I was none too sure about this little fellah at first, he seemed a bit flimsy, but then he looked, well, kinda cute, and began punching way above his weight. He takes large plates and chopping boards, and despite thinking there didn't seem to be enough room for mugs, soon discovered the versatility of the curved side extensions (?!) on which I can hook mugs safely, and even rest larger utensils like wooden spoons and small sieves, and, yes, Lakeland plastic bags washed out to re-use! The plastic drip tray is much better than my old stainless steel one, which needed constant wiping.
Published 21 02 2014