Organize It All Basic Overdoor 6-Basket Unit (17726W)
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- Hangs over the door so it doesn't take up much space
- Has six baskets for many different things
- Great for almost any room
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Since I had no desire to have a hanging rack outside the closet door in my dining room, I decided to pack it back up and wait until I could screw it into the door. Then, after a week of desperation of having no room to put anything in my cupboards, I thought to hell with it looking ugly, I would use it outside the door until I was able to screw it into place.
Well, I realized that if you put it on the outside of the door, the hanging device is created in a way where it still doesnt work right! The hooks themselves can only insert into the hook holder one way and it won't allow me to hang it on the outside. Sigh. So, now I will certainly have to screw it into my hollow core door. Im not sure how sturdy it will all be because I have to wait for my brother or Dad (ie: someone who knows how to drill into a hollow core closet door)to put it up for me. So bummed because it was expensive and it is taunting me with it's cool potential!!
I must say that I was initially attracted to this model, comparing it to the other similar items for sale on Amazon, because it looked sturdy and I felt it would hold actual weight. I almost gave this item 2 stars, because I feel its design and durability are very good, but I just don't understand the design flaw...don't they realize that EVERYONE wants to keep food items on the inside of their pantry?
HEED MY WARNING...THIS WILL NOT HANG ON THE INSIDE OF YOUR DOOR. There are large bolts that anchor the "clips" that go on top of the door and they make it impossible to close the door. Horrible engineering! Avoid!
Also they use the original retail box to ship to me, arrived broken and had missing parts (the nuts to fasten the baskets).
I sent this one back and bought one from a different company. Took a while to get here, but all the parts were included. I hung mine over a door so it went together in 10 minutes or less. The baskets are nice and sturdy and don't look like they will bend at all. Each basket holds about 8 standard size cans. This has really expanded my pantry area!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am replacing an over the door organizer with this one. The one I had started breaking not long after it was installed. This one is made of metal, not plastic! Read morePublished on December 30, 2013 by Juanita Prestenbach
I had to mount this item to the door using hooks that you would hang wreaths from... because my door was to snug and tight... Read morePublished on December 14, 2013 by Lena
I looks nice and does the job but loses 1 star because the over the door attachment does not work. Have to drill it in. If you don't mind using the screws it is great. Read morePublished on August 22, 2013 by Black-ice
I was afraid from the other reviews that this might be an expensive mistake but all the others I looked at didn't seem to be sturdy so ordered it anyway. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by grundymurf
I read all kinds of strange reviews about this basket unit where bunches of folks were angry about installation. Read morePublished on July 25, 2013 by Michael
OK this is perfect. We had to do some rearranging in our pantry but this rack proved to be prefect for our needs.Published on July 2, 2013 by Karen G
REALLY LOVE THIS ITEM .ITS LIGHT BUT BUILT LIKE STEEL
LOVE THAT IF U WANT TIO FLIP UP SHELF WEN NOT IN USE GREAT IDEA
WAREHUSE DEALS GREAT
ALSO THE CUSTOMER SERVICE... Read more
I didn't buy this on Amazon, i got it on a different site - and like some reviewers here i was sooo excited till i realized the hangers didn't work on the inside of my kitchen... Read morePublished on May 12, 2013 by DaisyH
When I read all the reviews I was trying to get a feel for how the unit was put together. It looked like a lot of parts and pieces. I didn't read anything regarding assembly. Read morePublished on April 4, 2013 by Candas Freeman