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Make your kitchen functional and organized with this Rosle single hook set. This set includes two single hooks. Fabricated from brushed stainless steel, these hooks attach to Gridwalls, basic rails, single attachment units, and all Rosle Open Kitchen organization systems. These hooks are the perfect way to easily store and access your favorite Rosle utensils, such as spatulas, spoons, and knives. Backed by a manufacturer's lifetime warranty, these hooks are the perfect way to streamline your kitchen.
4-1/2" L x 2-3/5" W x 1-1/2" H
These two hooks attach to Gridwalls, basic rails, and single attachment units--all part of Rösle's Open Kitchen organizing system--to accommodate those Rösle kitchen tools and utensils with hanging rings. They're also great for hanging kitchen towels. Made of 18/10 stainless steel with a brushed finish, the hooks integrate with all Rösle stainless-steel Open Kitchen components, tools, and utensils. --Fred Brack
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A tad expensive, but good quality. Made in Germany. I like the open kitchen system for it's discreet appearance, and small hooks that fit other non-Rosle utensils well.Published 4 months ago by Miles W.
it is good quality and that is reflected in the price. i'll keep buying them when i need more room. they fit tightly so they don't slide around.Published 18 months ago by Pat Edwards
great product I own the kitchen rails and it looks great in my kitchen,also very practical because you have all the tools you use almost every day in front of you.Published 21 months ago by Anita A. Maccutcheon
Though expensive but extremeley useful. Make my kitchen look much neater. I am think of ordering another set soon. Highly recommend itPublished on June 9, 2013 by P. Le
I have had Rosle products for years, and this continues to live up to the standards of Rosle. Would certainly recommend.Published on February 15, 2013 by Martha J.