SimpleHouseware Kitchen Cabinet Pantry Pan and Pot Lid Organizer Rack Holder, Bronze
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- Great pan organizer to save cabinet and countertop space, stores up to 5 pans
- Varied Installation: Free Stranding includes Vertical or Horizontal installation
- Allowed to be secured to a fixed position by incerting a screw into the bottom screw hole, hardware included
- Dimension: 8.75'' W x 9'' D x 12'' H, Compartments Height is about 2.5'' to 3''
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Both are plenty sturdy enough for the job, although the Grayline one is the sturdier of the two. I think it's just a slightly heavier gauge of metal, and also the SimpleHousewares one comes in two sections that you screw together, whereas the Grayline one is all one piece.
On the other hand, the SimpleHousewares one probably offers a little more protection to your countertop or whatever surface you're putting it on -- its feet are kind of plastic capped, whereas the Grayline one is all coated metal. (Although it's NOT as if the Grayline one has rough edge or anything.)
For about 2/3 of the price for essentially a sturdier version of the same thing, I would definitely rate the Grayline as the better buy of the two.
However -- and this is a big "however" -- neither of them has enough clearance to hold a frying pan of any real depth at all, much less a wok-style frying pan. I was afraid that this would be the case and, sure enough, it is. So they're both pretty much useless for their intended purpose. They work reasonably well for baking pans, though, when laid horizontally on their backs. (Not that they actually save any space, mind you, but it's a bit easier to grab something when it's not stacked. They'll probably work okay for pan lids, too, although I don't think I'd buy one for that purpose -- more of a "Well, now we have this, can we find something to use it for?" situation.
After the few adjustments I had to make to get it to hold what I needed the item works just fine. And it is definitely a great space saving item. I would highly recommend researching and measuring everything twice before purchasing though.