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Umbra Tub Dish Drying Rack, Red
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- Tub all-in-one, self-draining dish drying rack by umbra
- Constructed of bpa-free molded material
- Collects and diverts water back into sink without messy drip tray
- Measures 15-inch by 14-inch by 7-1/2-inch
- Patent-pending design by rafael urdaneta
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|Dimensions||7.5 inches x 14 inches x 15 inches||4.1 inches x 20.2 inches x 13 inches||13.5 inches x 15.75 inches x 7.5 inches||11 inches x 14 inches x 5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.5 pounds||4.8 pounds||2.29 pounds||4.08 pounds|
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EDIT Oct 2013: I've had this drainer over 6 months and if I could I'd probably give it 3.5 stars because it's gotten "slimier" over time. I think that's a result of the inherent nature of plastic (as opposed to glass which doesn't ickier over time -while almost all plastic items seem to no matter how often they're cleaned.). Both the utensil cubbies and the bases of the little posts in the drain bottom get slimy and lately, collect dark crud. Eeew! What is THAT?? I'm cleaning the drain more often and it's tricky to get a hand into the tiny spaces; i.e, into the utensil compartment or inbetween and around the little posts. The overall design would be better if it had more of an incline to drain the water (EDIT 3/19: check out my photo in the Customer Image section for my new solution).
I bento, which means I have lots of little items like specialty toothpicks to hand wash. This one works great for all the little items I have to wash.
Things I love about it:
It's all one piece.
Water drains into the sink well (The last tray under rack had two exits for water, one that exited on the counter).
The plastic spikes that hold the dishes in place can fit a wide variety of items.
No holes for small items like chopsticks, caps, etc... to fall through.
It's cool looking.
The sides are tall enough that stuff isn't falling out.
I like that it has little feet on it, so you can see underneath.
handles make it easy to pick up, even with stuff in it so it can be cleaned underneath and moved out of the way.
The dish rack is slightly tilted and even the silverware section is designed to drain water.
PROS: Sleek, stylish, cute color (matches my retro fruit theme), easily washed (in dishwasher), keeps dishes 1/2 hidden, handles make it a snap to hide the drainer (dishes and all) when company comes!
CONS: Smaller than I had visualized. (I could buy another one and have room on my standard counter to fit both side-by-side.)
NOTE: The foot is exactly 1" from the edge of drainer, which BARELY allows the water to drain into our sink, but it does. I thought this might help someone out there.
The fact that I can order a dish drainer from Amazon, with no worries of having to return it, speaks to the AWESOME customer service that Amazon provides.
The issue is that the drainage is really just a tiny opening on one side, and the slant downward towards it is very subte. So if you accidentally have a plate infront of the hole, the water just pools in the rack. It's kind of annoying. Also it gets dirty and is really hard to clean.
One thing I love about this design is that the water flows away very quickly out a hole at one end. I was concerned water would sit in it, but it is never a problem at all.
My dishes dry very quickly in this dishrack and it helps me stay organized.
If ever I did need to lift it out to use that side of the sink for another reason, it is easy to lift out with the handles, even if it contains a few dishes.
I am very pleased and would definitely purchase this dishrack again!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This drying rack needs more holes to drain the water. There is only one opening so you need to tilt the rack in order to properly drain the water.Published 6 days ago by Red Sox Fan
Sturdy, pretty, well designed, just the right size. What more does one want?
I really like the way they did the main body as it fits all sizes and minds of dishes, pots and... Read more
Perfect for my travel trailer. I plan on buying another one, as I am using the first one I purchased to store my corel plates and dishes in the cabinet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by My Dog Loves Me
I tend to stack larger items on top of the dishes ,there is plenty of room for this methodology! I gave up on dish drainers. I have used the drying mats for years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by sandra
I bought this a couple of years ago and still love it. Each grove can hold 2 plates. Unlike the drainer photos on Amazon, you have to stack the plates backwards so they fall... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jean
I absolutely love this product! Ordinarily I would never have spent this much money on a dish drainer, however I liked the style so I took a chance in spite of mixed reviews. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amira Richardson
THIS is PERFECT! I've paid 4 times as much for dish drying racks that aren't nearly as wonderful as this one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by teacher lady