|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||30 x 7 x 3.7 inches|
|Item model number||LCFPLY|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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The Pliers Rack is 30 inches long and holds 32 pliers in a drawer that is only 2 1/2 inches deep. By placing the rack at the rear of the drawer your pliers will stay in place when you shut the drawer. You may also place the rack along the side of the drawer. The rack has 10 extra wide spaces for insulated handles. The rack is made of 3mm steel wire and coated with vinyl to last a lifetime. The Pliers Rack can be cut to fit smaller drawers. Can splice two together for larger drawers. Removal and insertion is easy, just pick the pliers up and they slide right back into place. Holds 32 pliers. Dimensions 30" W x 2 1/2" H.
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This rack was actually too long for the shelves on my tool cart. It was just one slot too long so I got a air grinder and cut off one slot so I could fit it in.
If you are a handyman with a dozen varieties, don't bother. But if you have enough to warrant the use of a dedicated 4" pliers drawer, hell yes buy these racks. I now have two of them in a large toolbox drawer (30 1/2" wide, 27" deep) and they've tidied things up considerably. Without the racks, it's a choice between needing to use two separate 2" drawers, or having the ugliest mess of pliers all piled into a single 4" drawer. The racks not only keep pliers stored in the one place and readily accessible, but are also an effective way to group similar pliers together and allow fast visual selections to be made.
In terms of design merit, they are also tops. They will conveniently hold the majority of pliers with zero issues. This includes different lengths, types, & sizes of course (from small wire cutters, to extra long reach w/ angle nose, water pump, vice grips, etc). The racks can be shortened as required, used in any combination or orientation, and have a number of wider slots to increase their versatility. They have a black plastic coat (won't show dirt or scratch anything), a gentle footprint (the handle ends of most pliers will actually sit on the tool box drawer mat), the rack is plenty strong enough, very well shaped, and also well priced. The only pliers which present a problem in the rack are those with sprung handles & no closing catches (eg. some circlip pliers), or else very unusual varieties.
A really great product. People who complain about these most likely don't understand how to use them correctly. Super convenient and cheap at twice the price. Awesome all the way.
I freed up two drawers that held nothing but pliers into one drawer but that one drawer has to be a very deep drawer, think about it you are probably laying your pliers flat now and well, this rack has you standing them on end so you need a deep drawer to hold them. That said what once took two 2" drawers now takes about ½ of my 4" drawer so I did gain a ton of space and I can now easily find my Pliers without digging. Now what to do with the two and ½ drawers.....
The only recommendation I have is they should make these in more sizes for bigger and smaller boxes, it also might be nice if the slots were angled so the pliers were not at a 90 degree angle, perhaps a 45 degree angle would allow it to fix in a shallower drawer without losing the space savings too much and you could see them better.
At any rate this is a great buy for those that like to be organized, like me, if you have a deep drawer in your box you are able to use.
A few notes: As to the quality, well it is just bent wire, nothing fancy, but a decent configuration for what it does. Dont expect anything groundbreaking. As to the length, I don't have a measurement, but I did have to cut one slot off the end with some bolt cutters. Not really a big deal; I would rather have to cut it off versus having it not long enough. Also, orientation is important. You can not put the pliers in with the head going into the highest part of the rack. The pliers will slide out and jostle around. They are designed to go in just like in the picture, with one half of the handle over the horizontal bar, and one half under. This holds them the most securely. One last thing; putting the rack at the front of the drawer does not work well. When you shut the drawer, it will knock the pliers out of the holder towards the back of the drawer. Put the rack in the back of the drawer, and they will stay put.
All in all, a simple but surprisingly handy product.
I was totally okay with that until i found a rail set that was magnetic (on another online site) which has replaced these.
I now have these plier racks in the epiq box since that drawer isn't opened as frequently or moved as frequently.
I still like them, but I like my new magnetic ones better.