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Delfinware Large Dish Drainer, White

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  • Manufactured in U.K.
  • White Plastic Coated Wireware
  • Crockery/Cutlery not included
  • 1 years guarantee
  • White Plastic Cutlery Box included
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Technical Details
Brand Delfinware
Model Number2100W
ColourWhite
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions48 x 38 x 11.5 cm
MaterialPlastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB001EIIY6E
Best Sellers Rank 20,192 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
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Date First Available19 Aug. 2008
  
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Product Description

White Large Dish Drainer

Box Contains

1 x White Large Dish Drainer

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By S. Bolton on 30 Mar. 2013
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I can't actually believe I'm about to leave a glowing review for a dish drainer, but... well, it's superb! The product write-up gives a good overall description, but it fails to fully encapsulate the tremendous features and bonuses this dish drainer has to offer. Look at the picture - do you see those little feet? I have never come across anything with the non-slip abilities that those four tiny feet provide. I accidently caught the dish drainer with my arm when turning too fast and it didn't move at all. I was intrigued - just how much pushing and thumping would those feet endure? Well, several bruised muscles later I cvan tell you that if you want a dish drainer that is easy to push around or knock to the floor then this is NOT the one for you. I think I would have had more luck trying to push a car over. But - and this is the most amazing part - those grippy little wonder feet? If you lift the dish drainer up, it comes away no problem and doesn't leave one SINGLE mark on the draining board.
As for capacity - the picture doesn't do it justice. Granted, it may look at though the drainer only hold two plates from the picture, but I can only assume that the photographer was short on plates that day, because I have managed to get eight plates on my drainer, along with numerous bowls and cups. Come on - pretty impressive, eh?

I could go on forever, because I truly do believe that this dish drainer deserves to have its praises sung up and down the country, but I will just name one final jewel for its crown.

The box it came in.

My cats LOVE it.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By D. Jones #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 23 Sept. 2011
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I spent ages looking for a good sized dish drainer as I like to be able to wash up and stack all of the plates, glasses, cutlery and saucepans in the drainer in one go. I've tried smaller drainers before but with a family and all the washing up that entails it meant I had to do one wash, put the crocks away and then wash up for a second time. This one has plenty of space, I have tested it out with a Sunday roast and besides the roasting tins I managed to get everything stacked onto it.

I am really pleased with this drainer; I know that it wasn't the cheapest around by any means but it is well manufactured and sturdy. The white plastic coating seems well fitted, there are no loose bits and nothing that looks like it might get damaged or rust.

The four plastic feet mean that you can keep the drainer raised above the sink draining area. This is really important to let the water drain away. Some smaller plastic type drainers end up touching the sink area and staying wet for a long time thus encouraging mouldy growth - uggh.

I was pleased that the plastic cutlery tray came supplied with it as it means I can keep my knives and forks away from other items that might scratch them. I haven't had a problem with it falling over as yet.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Henk Beentje TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 Feb. 2011
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It feels a bit daft to review a dish drainer (or washing-up rack, as I'd call it); but on the other hand, I did search for a long time before I found something that I liked. I did the rounds of the usual shops in my area - including some large chains - and looked online as well. A lot of choice, but mostly plasticky, or chromed, or the wrong size. This particular one came closest to one we had for ages and which did us well. Why? It is nice and large, with slightly inclined dividers slightly on one side - for plates and bowls, leaving the other side for cups & smaller stuff. It comes with a plastic cutlery holder with 3 sub-compartments; this is slightly to small and tends to fall over if you don't position it just right, but that takes a day to learn and then it is OK too. It has sturdy feet; it is thickly coated, and if it is (in this respect) like our last one which it so resembles, it will last for a decade.
What more can you ask from a drainer? It is not digital, it won't play music or keep the cat happy, but it works - and as the only useful measure of quality is fitness for purpose, this is a quality piece of work. A tad expensive, but very good.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mac on 6 Mar. 2012
After twenty years I needed to replace my drainer that I bought in John Lewis. I could not find another like it and found it hard to buy anything other than what I found to be the perfect drainer. Then I found that Delfinware sold an almost identical one, only better because it had a cutlery holder. This drainer looks good and is sturdy. It is the exact size of my butler sink and fits neatly inside, discreetly holding a large amount of Plates, cups and pots which sits nicely in place. It,s what a perfect drainer should be! Large White Dish Drainer by Delfinware
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By L. G. Mitchell on 7 May 2013
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Great product although slightly expensive I feel.
When it arrives it has the cutlery box fixed to the side with plastic coated wire ties.
Retain these and before you use the drainer, bend the ties into hair clip shape - thread them through the bottom of the cutlery box then twist them tight around the wires in the drainer -in the position you want the box obviously :)
Don't cut the ends of the ties off - just bend them up so you can remove them to clean if required.
The box cannot fall over no matter how full.
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