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Premier Housewares 2-Tier Dish Drainer - 56 cm - Black
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on 14 July 2013
I really like the design of the drainer, it holds a lot of dishes in a limited space.
Too bad it cant stand water. After a few weeks of use, corrosion is everywhere.

Raise the price and use proper materials!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 26 October 2014
Where do I start with this item? Hmm, Lets start from positives. I wanted a red dish drainer and indeed it is red and the right size as well (good size, quite big), now if it goes about how the item was made: First of all it is not straight or level in any way, bent on both sides and the whole of it is tilted to one side (despite putting it on the level surface), many of the little metal bars are not straight especially on the cutlery holder, also the holder does not have any draining holes, why? The cutlery holder and glass holder are not fixed to the item, they are just placed on thin red metal bar and to be honest I would advise not to put any glasses on the holder unless you would like to get rid of them. I have placed the cutlery holder and bent the "hook" around the red metal bar as all cutlery was tilting the holder and falling out of it. The glass holder I didn`t bother with at all as like I mentioned before it is pretty hard to have the holder to stay attached to the rest of the dish drainer. The bottom leg covers (plastic) are not quite fitting and are slightly bent too. When assembling the drainer together (with no instruction) you might find it tricky to place all 4 nuts and locking nuts together, there is no washers to keep it in one place and the thread on each of the ends of the drain dish are clearly overdone and made too long as after putting it all together (around 20mins if not more just to put a little nut on the thread) the thread is still visible and obviously have no extra coat of antirust spray (may turn rusty after some time).
I could go on a little bit longer but for the price it costs there is no need.
After all it is doing what it suppose to do, it is affordable, really good size and looks ok.
If you don`t mind all the little things I have mentioned above I would recommend this dish drain.
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful
on 8 January 2013
Whilst initially delighted with the item - compact, space saving and stops dishes from being precariously balanced atop each other.

Six months later, and it's life is up. The wire racking, top and bottom levels, is rusting. Not much point putting clean dishes on to dry if they're only going to rub up against a rusty rack. Very disappointing. For something obviously intended for use with *wet* items, I would have expected a non-rusting metal to have been used.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 26 February 2014
do not buy this.
1 this item gets rusty, for a drainer I think this might be a possible.
it arrived broken bits missing, and from the very first time I saw it, looked gash.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 21 December 2013
This drainer looks really good in your kitchen, but it does feel very poor quality.
It is easy to build, but a few issues I discovered after construction.
There are bolts that hold it together that protrude from each end, yes they come with covers for the end of the bolt, but still stick out like 4 spikes.
But the product does its job and looks ok for the money.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 19 August 2013
The Idea is sound but the Material is substandard Brought one but it got rusty and we had to scrap it and get a plastic dryer instead. Plus you cant really use it for pots and pans either because they are just to big
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 16 November 2012
The rack looks its price - cheap! The finish is extremely poor, and the one I received was broken. Not recommended.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 17 December 2014
Having read previous reviews of this item saying that it didn't go together that well and wasn't that sturdy I was very pleasantly surprised when I received it and put it together. Assembly was extremely simple and in my opinion (design engineer by trade) for the price charged it is a reasonably well designed/finished item which is not only fit for purpose but stylish and tactile too. I'm not saying its perfect. There are drain holes in the cutlery drainer (one review suggested there were not) however I am unsure how practical they will be in use. I would imagine that if someone were sufficiently bothered by this they could drill some holes in the plastic base, they would not be seen and this would no doubt aide drainage. The glass/cup holder which hangs onto the opposite end is rather flimsy and will not suit everyone's requirements. I will not be putting my cups on it. All in all though it fits well on my sink drainer, stands straight and square once assembled, looks great and actually allows my plates and bowls to be held upright (which my last drainer did not (bowls always fell over) so I am extremely happy with it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 1 August 2013
looks good, but very poorly made, we have had this for only a few months
now and already the paint has peeled off and has started to rust, have to throw away !
what a total waste of money, probably worth about £5, shocking.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 25 January 2014
I'd read some poor reviews of this but thought I'd take a punt when the price dropped.

Slightly fiddly to assemble (or maybe just my fat fingers) but took no more than 5 minutes.

Sits nicely on our counter top between two sinks and does the job very well.

Nice selection of draining options - plate rack, spokes for mugs &beakers, and cutlery holder.

Highly recommended.
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