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Concept Housewares PR-49200 36-Inch Hardwood Hanging Pot Rack, Espresso
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- 36-inch hanging pot rack introduces style and function to any kitchen
- Made of solid Asian hardwood; warmly elegant espresso finish
- Sturdy cast-aluminum hardware includes 4 pan hooks and 2 swivel hooks
- 2 rugged connecting bolts; 16 hanging links afford proper hanging height
- Measures approximately 2-1/2 by 36 by 2-1/5 inches
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This 36-inch ceiling pot rack provides efficient storage for all of your pots and pans. It also offers sturdy cast aluminum hooks suspended between a dual track system causing the hooks to slide or swivel into any desired position. Easy to install and includes all hardware needed to set up. With standard amount of hanging links this pot rack will hang 23-inch low.
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Of course with Prime it came in two days nicely packaged with 6 hooks, two of which swivel, (a nice touch). The design concept uses the same hooks upward and down, and assembly requires just a phillips screwdriver for the two screws that hold the two brushed metal bars together. The enclosed ceiling hooks anticipate you'll have studs behind your drywall ceiling. Not the case in our situation. So we bought two 5/16" eye hooks with machine threads, and mated them with folding anchor wings at the hardware store. Key to this approach is purchasing two fender washers (the ones with the small hole and a large circumference) to hide the rather large hole required to slip the anchor wings into the ceiling. We're particularly happy with the chrome ones we found, rather than simple zinc coated. We chose 5/16" for the visual weight. The hooks that come with the unit seem small and a bit cheesy.
In case you're wondering how many links you need, my wife and I are 5.6" and 5.9" tall. To reach the unit without stretching, we used two links per side on an 8' ceiling. You might choose to use three, but typically you don't want your pots blocking your conversations. Fortunately the unit comes packaged with plenty of links, at least eight. Take a look at the photos, we're delighted with the outcome, and will purchase two more hooks now that we see there's plenty of room for more pans. Plus it's obvious the construction can easily handle more weight. All in all, a nice look that offers plenty of functionality and adds flair to our kitchen.
to be honest, if you could buy the end hook, you can made one by yourself. the other hardware, like hanging chain, ceiling hook, is not a big deal, you can have your own version(length) pot rack.