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Rack It Up Utensil Bar Wall Pot Rack, with 8 Hooks, Steel Gray
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- Get your kitchen utensils and pots out of the drawer and up on the wall where you can easily reach them when cooking
- Fast, easy installation with exclusive Enclume "Toggler" anchors; install kitchen utensil bar directly in wall without joists or studs to hold hundreds of pounds
- This versatile kitchen storage bar weighs just 2 pounds; lightweight and functional kitchen organization solution
- Kitchen organizer measures 22 inches long by 1.5 inches deep by 5 inches high; includes 8 matching straight pot hooks and drywall toggles
- Enclume products are expertly handcrafted; hammered steel finish looks good in any home kitchen
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Top Customer Reviews
It comes with some really stout mollys for anchoring to the wall. I did not use these as I was able to anchor into a stud.
It has a nice low profile and comes with more than enough hooks.
For background, normally when mounting something on a drywall you have to find studs (wooden beams used for support when building the wall) and drive your screw into this hard stud. Drywall mounts go into the drywall themselves and cling to the back of the drywall in the hollow space between the studs. (DIY experts, feel free to correct my construction terminology or descriptions.)
The drywall mounts provided with this rack are like none I've ever seen. You drill a 1/2" hole in the drywall, slide the mount through it via plastic guidebars, then pull it tight. The metal bracket nimbly flattens against the back side of the drywall and you cinch it tight via simply pulling firmly on the plastic guides, then snap off the guides and voila! you have a nice threaded plug into which to drive the provided screws with a provided hex driver (like the kind you get with Ikea furniture).
Note that most standard drill bit sets don't come with a 1/2" bit, so you may have to go buy one.
The diagrams are clear and the instructions are written in clear friendly English, with minimal jargon.
If you want to mount it on studs, you can't use the provided drywall mounts; you have to go buy some 1/4"x3" wood lag screws and drill in a passageway for them. Then, since the rack curves around, you need an angle driver to get those screws to go all the way in.
Once it's mounted it looks and works great. I love the fact that there are 8 hooks provided (4 straight, 4 at an angle) so you can hang your pots and pans how you please.
Only real problem is the brand name. How do you pronounce "Enclume?"
This rack looks great on the wall above my oven, and I highly recommend it to anyone with a small apartment where the rack will have to be removed and the holes filled in with spackle before moving out. The metal itself is very hefty and high quality, it seems to be powder coated, so it's easy to wipe off as well.
The rack seems to be of decent quality and the 8 hooks provided are sturdy. The only complaint I have is that the rack does not come out from the wall far enough to hold the pans perpendicular to the wall and since it's not large it really cannot hold many pans. I have my 4 pans overlapping and it works fine but I have no room for any more. However, I can't take off a star for this. I'm sure if it protruded from the wall more, it would not be as sturdy. I see it as a design trade off.
For the price this is the best pan rack I found and it serves it's purpose well.
Con: The anchor system that comes with this rack is complete overkill. It's like they were expecting you to hang an elephant on this rack. It's small. In my picture you can see that I only have 3 pans on it. Mounting points are in a terrible spot. The supplied equipment for hanging is limited.
Notes: This thing is not impressive. The anchors are total crap. They need something like 1 1/4" behind the wall to expand and I didn't have that kind of room. So I had to use my own. The next problem was that my anchors used a phillips screw. The problem with that is you only have about 2 inches clearance to get to your screw (I"ll post a picture). The screw that comes with the anchor is an allen wrench and they supply you with a 90 degree wrench. That wouldn't have been a problem if I could use the supplied anchors. It would have been so much better if they put a hole right in the bar so you would have direct access to the anchor points and then given you a little button to fill that hole when finished.
Final thoughts: Was this thing a big problem for me to hang? No. But that's because I already had the spare hardware I needed to get it done (ie anchors, tools, level and washers). And in the end I wasn't even able to get the anchors tight because of the small clearance problem. If you have the space I'd look into a ceiling hanging pot rack because they are only like $10 more. And one last thing, if you are going to use this thing for utensils I would recommend this to you.NEW, 24 Inch Long Wall-Mount Magnetic Knife Holder, Wall-Mount Tool Holder, Magnetic Knife Strip, w/Six (6) Hanging Hooks It looks better and is easy to mount. I like mine. I posted pictures.
Update: I used a small butterfly anchor. Before anyone asks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This rack is perfect for displaying our Copper pots, and opens up so much room in the cabinets. The install was a breeze (be careful when setting the anchors behind the wall, I... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amanda
The rack did not work. I tried to use the plastic wall anchors they provided, but they were flimsy and both broke while I was installing the rack. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lenny
After owning my two Rack It Up Wall Rack by Enclume for 4 1/2 years, I had to move them to another wall due to remodeling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karin G.
This is a very solid rack, but probably should be thought of in terms of "utensil" rather than "pot". Read morePublished 2 months ago by Samuel D. Uretsky
This rack simply did not come with enough hooks. The product itself is study and decent though.Published 2 months ago by ejhsejhs
I ordered 2 of these and put them side by side up high (I had almost no wall space). Installation was a breeze and I absolutely LOVE the wall anchors that came with them - you DO... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan M.
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