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Rev-A-Shelf - RAS-ML-HDCR - Full Height Base Cabinet Heavy Duty Mixer Lift

4.3 out of 5 stars 170 customer reviews
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  • (1) Heavy Duty Lift (Assist) System and mounting hardware
  • Can be used with many different widths with a minimum base cabinet frame opening of 9"
  • Full height cabinet required, simply supply your own custom shelf
  • Spring loaded system with 3 tension settings to adjust to heavier items gently brings small appliances to counter height
  • The RAS-ML-HDCR features built-in shock dampeners, adjustable spring tension and holds appliances up to 60 lbs.
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Product Description

Rev-A-Shelf has kept design and flexibility in mind, the heavy duty chrome lift can be attached to any custom made shelf and therefore will fit all full height cabinet sizes allowing a perfect match to your counter top or interior cabinet. Revered as the "best in the industry", the RAS-ML-HDCR features built-in shock dampeners, adjustable spring tension and holds appliances up to 60 lbs.

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Product Dimensions 5 x 5 x 5 inches
Item Weight 15 pounds
Shipping Weight 14.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Rev-A-Shelf
ASIN B0042QB6M4
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Item model number RAS-ML-HDCR
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4.3 out of 5 stars 170 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #21,054 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#18 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Mixers > Stand Mixers

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This shelf hides the huge stand mixer that I love, but do not love sitting on my countertop. With the pull of two levers, it lifts very, very easily and smoothly up to countertop height and locks with a audible clank so that you know it is secure. Pull the two levers again and it lowers into your cabinet in a very controlled fashion.

It loses a star because the setup was very difficult for my husband and the carpenter working on our kitchen remodel. It took them three hours to figure out how to install this. Of course it was almost midnight when they started so being a bit exhausted may have contributed to their difficulties.

The mechanism requires a bit of cabinetry space. We mounted the hardware onto a store bought cutting board (you must supply your own shelf-this kit is only the mechanism) and had to trim it to approx. 15" for an 18" door opening. So both sides need about 1.5" of clearance for the hardware. This was installed in a base cabinet without a drawer. I don't know if it would work on a cabinet that had a drawer at the top. We put a sliding shelf under it and there should be just enough height to stack a couple of mixing bowls. I would look very carefully at your measurements first.

I'm extremely pleased with this very heavy-duty, smoothly operating mechanism. The assembly was problematic and it does eat a bit of cabintry space. But of course you recoup countertop space so it depends which is more valuable in your household.
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This product is a very heavy duty mixer shelf. My husband actually installed it in a cabinet that had a drawer over the door. If you are going to do this, make sure you measure carefully as the mixer shelf will take up the entire lower cabinet--from top to bottom. You need to allow room for the height of the mixer and for the fact that the mechanism swings all the way to the bottom of the cabinet. If you install in a cabinet with a drawer over it, please consider that the shelf for the mixer will not come up to the height of the counter top, but it will be approximately 4-5 inches below the counter top. I have a large 6-quart Kitchen Aid mixer which is quite tall and I am only 5'1" tall, so it works perfectly for me. It is actually at a more workable level for me than when it was sitting on the counter top. We found that installing it with this set up meant that the mixer would have to sit parallel to the counter due to the height restriction of having a drawer over the cabinet. The instructions were excellent and my husband said they were easy to follow. It does take a long time to install because you'll need to do a lot of precise measuring. My cabinets are white and we used a 3/4" thick x 15 3/4" deep piece of white prefinished shelving from Home Depot and my husband cut it approximately 20 1/2" long and left the 15 3/4" side uncut. The shelving works great because it is the recommended 3/4" thick and is finished on three sides. He placed a 2" high piece on the 15 3/4" backside as a 'backsplash' so that I can store attachments there and they won't slip off the shelf and end up in the back of the cabinet. The delivery was so quick we couldn't believe it. This device will be a God-send for me and I look forward to never again having to lift that heavy mixer from my cabinet.
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I really like this shelf. A few things to know, if you are considering its purchase... It takes up a significant (all) of the cabinet. I installed the shelf in a narrow (12 inch) cabinet. This made my shelf almost exactly the width of my kitchen aid mixer (9 inche shelf, compared to the 8.5 inch mixer). The mixer is a little unstable during the up/down trip, so I added a 'lip' to it, to keep it centered (this may be because of how narrow my cabinet and shelf are). There are no issues when the shelf is locked up or down, but I would recommend using both hands to stabilize the 'transit'. About the size- Now, I knew this was going to be tight, but under-estimated how tight a fit it would be, and can't use my Kitchenaid mixer cover because it makes the mixer too wide to fit between the shelf lift mechanism arms. Also, when the shelf (with the mixer) is in the cabinet, the metal hinge 'elbows' extend 4.25-4.5 inches below the shelf. Because of the narrowness of my shelf, in particular, it makes the base of the cabinet, essentially useless (the shelf is 6.5 inches above the bottom, and the usable space, between the hinges is approx 6 in wide x 5 in tall x depth of cabinet). All of that, and it was a pain to install- making sure that the shelf was squarely in place, and didn't hit the hinges during the raising/lowering process was tedious, to say the least. I'm not sure why others said that they were unable to install the shelf below a drawer, I had no problems doing just that- but the shelf doesn't extent to reach the countertop at its level... It's level with the bottom of the drawer. Fyi- if you do this, you can't open the drawer, with the shelf in the upright position; but, lowering the shelf, and then opening the drawer is no significant hardship.Read more ›
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I purchased this device to lift a Kitchen Aid 6 qt mixer and a juicer. The cabinet is 20 inches wide and 23 inches deep. I ended up with a shelf for the mixer that was 15 1/2 in. wide by 21 in. deep. This was more than the instructions would have given me. I did several things to maximize the storage space.
First, I attached a board to the side of my workbench to simulate the side of the cabinet. I used masking tape to sketch the depth of the slab overhang, the slab thickness and the cabinet top thickness. I mounted one of the side mechanisms to the workbench board and kept adjusting its location so the shelf would provide internal clearance as well as come out and be just a little above parallel with the countertop when extended. The top surface of my workbench simulated the top of my countertop slab. This took a little trial and error, but it certainly was easier than trying to do this inside the cabinet. When satisfied, I made a carboard template of where the side mounting plate was located in relation the cabinet front and top. Then it was simply a matter of attaching the template to the cabinet and drilling some holes.
Some things to keep in mind:
1. My cabinet door hinges interfered with mechanism, so I had to add an additional 3/4' block to that side. I also removed the soft-closing device from one of the hinges and remounted it out of the way. This regained 1/2" more shelf width.
2. When I had the two side mechanisms on my workbench I should have adjusted the spring attachment bolt to the highest range. It is much easier to do this before you install the mechanism in the cabinet!!!
3. Keep in mind that the mechanism, when retracting, is at it lowest point as it enters the cabinet, then rises slightly when finally stowed.
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