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Wilton 2105-459 Excelle Elite 3-Tier Cooling Rack, 15 7/8" X 9 7/8"
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- 3-tier cooling rack stacks and collapses for space-efficient use
- Sturdy steel wires allow airflow while securely holding small or large items
- Reinforced nonstick coating for easy release and clean-up
- Safe in the dishwasher
- Each grid measures 15-7/8 by 9-7/8 inches; 10-year warranty
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3-Tier Collapsible Cooling Rack Set
Cools Dozens of Cookies
Cool 3x the cookeis using the same amount of counter space. This collapsible cooling rack stacks 3 cooling racks high. Stackable cooling racks can be used individually or stacked on top of one another. Collapsible legs allow for flat and convenient storage.
Includes 3 Individual Cooling Racks
Each 15.8 x 9.75 x 3 inches.
Stacked Cooling Grids Measure
15.8 x 9.75 x 9.75 inches.
Excelle Elite Cooling Racks
- Made of Steel
- 3 Stackable Racks
- Stackable Cooling
- Collapsible Storage
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This item Wilton 2105-459 Excelle Elite 3-Tier Cooling Rack, 15 7/8" X 9 7/8"
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|Color||()||Black||Gray||Black||Silver||Stackable Cooling Rack Set|
|Item Dimensions||10.25 x 16.25 x 2.25 in||11.5 x 13.5 x 11.5 in||16.18 x 2.27 x 10.51 in||10.5 x 15.5 x 3.5 in||9.5 x 10.5 x 14.5 in||9.75 x 1.75 x 13.62 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Steel||Nonstick||Steel||18/10 Steel||Chrome|
Part of Wilton's quality Excelle Elite bakeware line, this three-tier cooling rack provides a safe place for fresh-out-of-the-oven desserts to settle while also fulfilling another popular baker's demand-space efficiency. The stackable grids each measure a generous 15-7/8 inches by 9-7/8 inches and can be used together for big jobs or taken apart when only one or two are needed. Crafted with narrowly spaced steel wires, the grids securely hold even small items without letting them slip through the cracks while allowing air to flow around food freely. The nonstick coating also releases food smoothly and cleans easily in the dishwasher. With wide-set, stable legs, this cooling rack stands strong even under heavy items, yet is easily collapsible for flat storage in between baking sessions. Simple, reliable, and effective, the rack is an essential member of any kitchen. --Kara Karll
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While the two racks are essentially similiar, it appears that the manufacturer drastically cut back on their cost and quailty of the racks. The earlier model has the steel bars MUCH thicker than the newer models, with an additional support along the side edge. Even the collapsable legs are so much thinner and bend more than the older version.
The old one with the thicker steel is built like a tank, and can hold quite a bit of weight. I would not hesitate to put heavy pies on them ... not so for the newer model. For cookies both are adequate and are definitely a space saver. When you fill up one, just put another one on top.
The thicker steel one definitely gets a 5 star rating. The thinner one, a 4 star rating for cookies, and less if you are thinking of putting something heavy like a pie on them.
The legs are extremely stable for the old one, a bit more flimsy for the newer one, and you can definitely see the deflection difference in the racks when you apply some weight on them.
For the below reviewer that had collapsing problems, while we had no collapsing problems, I can see how the thinner one can do so, especially after it distorts some with use.
I like the product a lot, but am extremely disappointed that the manufacturer cheapened a great product to save some money, rather than raising the price some. And it wasn't just the thinner material, it was additional cross members that were removed. Let's see ... use thinner material AND reduce the number of supporting cross members. Draw your own conclusions here, but I for one am sick and tired of so many newer versions of products being made so much cheaper than the ones they have replaced ... CorningWare, Pyrex, Wilton, Farberware, etc ... all now producing junk as compared to what I was able to purchase 10-30 years ago.
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I did a bit of searching and reading reviews before settling on these racks. I tried them for the first time last night and I'm happy to say that I'm pleased with my purchase. First the racks are easy to clean. I washed them before using and they washed well and dried quickly with a towel. Ready to use in a couple of minutes. Although I have a large working surface I decided to try the stacking feature. They stack easily and securely so you can feel confident knowing that a little nudge isn't going to send your baked goods tumbling.
After a couple of minutes cooling I was able to move the cookies from the cooling rack to a freezer bag for storage of the triple batch of cookies I was making. This allowed me to refill the racks several times leaving enough time between trays for the cookies to cool and be bagged. The cookies released easily every single time.
At the end of my baking session I popped the racks into the sink for a quick clean up before putting them away. Again very easy to clean and dry. I'll be making a couple of loaves of bread and banana bread tomorrow and I have confidence that these racks will come in handy again. Best investment I've made since I bought the mixer. Feel confident in this purchase if you are looking for some good quality, easy to use cooling racks.
First off, it's not sturdy as advertised. It is just like that annoying cafe table that needs 15 napkins or several coasters under one leg.
Second, it eats cookies. Literally swallowed my smaller cookies and digested them down on to the next rack.
Third, the rack dimensions are a lie. You lose about two and a half inches if you use the stacking function because of the way it stacks.
The worst part about this system is that you need to have giant hands or really flexible pinky fingers to pop the legs out if you want to move it or fill one tray and then set up the next one on top of it.
Update: I received some pampered chef stackable cooling rack and it is much better than this one. Stable and doesn't lose space when stacking. I would suggest that one over this one despite the price increase.