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Rev-A-Shelf RV-12KD-18C S - Single 35 Qt. Pull-Out Black and Chrome Waste Container with Rear Basket
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- Package Contents:(1) Black 35 quart container with Chrome frame and mounting hardware
- Designed for a Cabinet that is 15" width (B15) from outside to outside, with a 11-1/2" or wider opening
- Assembled dimensions: 10.62" W x 22" D x 19.25" H
- 100lb Full-Extension Ball-Bearing slide system
- Rear basket for extra storage
- Removable handle
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Rev-A-Shelf's RV units are a perfect way to clear your kitchen of unsightly trash by hiding it inside your cabinet. Made with high quality slides, durable wire construction and simple installation you will be ready to trash your freestanding waste container.
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Installation is straight forward with the clear instructions, the mechanism is smooth, and the trash basket is good quality. Can't ask for much more than that. Please watch the video if you'd like to see this in action.
The only little surprise that has an impact on the space requirements and installation is that the slide has a catch mechanism: you have to push the slide with some extra force through a barrier so that it goes fully back. It's a bit awkward to pull it back out over the barrier, so it would be easier not to push it past that barrier, but then the slides stick out a bit further. It's less than an inch and probably not an issue for most installation. In my case, it was very tight in the space and it fits down to a fraction to an inch, so this means that it doesn't fully side in and pushes against the door a bit. Not a biggy - just a little wrinkle in what is a nice product.