Rogar Gourmet Bar Pot Rack in Black
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- Black Powder Coated Steel
- 30" W x 2" H x 1" D : 3.8lbs
- Comes With Mountinh Hardware and 8 Hooks
- Made in USA
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 30 x 2 in||2,100 x 30 x 1.5 in||18 x 1.5 x 1 in||9 x 24 x 9 in||4 x 22 x 5 in||8 x 28 x 12 in|
Rogar Display your cooking utensils, pan, or just tidy up a room with a bar rack. Features: -Comes with 8 hooks -Overall Dimensions: 30" W x 2" H x 1" D (Black Powder coated Finish) About Rogar, Rogar was founded in Abilene, Texas in 1975. The goal then, as now, was to design, manufacture and market top quality products. By focusing on fine craftsmanship, unique products and innovative packaging, Rogar has become a leader in the sales of antique-style wine openers, hanging and wall-mounted pot racks and other fine products. All Rogar products are proudly crafted in Virginia, USA, and carry a one-year limited warranty
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It was easy enough to install with a drill, a hammer, and a Phillips screwdriver. It comes with two plastic conical wall anchors and screws. You drill a hole that the plastic anchor won't quite go through, then you hammer it in, then you use the screwdriver to screw the rack to the wall. Pretty simple, just make sure you start drilling holes smaller and increasing them because if you do it too big it's not going to work.
It seems pretty sturdy even with five heavy Mauviel copper pots hanging from it.
Best of all I was able to install it right up under the range hood so you don't even notice it.
The hooks design is pretty lame here compared to those that come with the Calphalon 32-Inch Straight Wall Pot Rack with 4 Heavy-Duty Single Hooks, but that doesn't come in 30" length, alas, and 32" wouldn't work here. I've been buying that same pot rack for one apartment after another since 1986. The hooks stay in place whereas the Rogar hooks can tilt when you're pulling a pan off. Not a big deal. You learn how to adapt. Either way, it ships with plenty of hooks. I was able to hang several copper pans and a set of copper measuring cups.
I was also thrilled with the cabinet space I regained, plus copper pots are really too pretty to hide away in cabinets.
Recommended with reservations mainly for the hook design compared to Calphalon.