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Umbra Basin Dish Drying Rack, Red

by Umbra
3 customer reviews

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  • Basin all-in-one, self-draining dish drying rack by Umbra
  • Made out of BPA-free moulded material
  • Integrated, removable drip trough
  • Designed with chrome-plated metal
  • Patent-pending design by Helen T. Miller
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Umbra
Model Number330591-505
Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions40 x 19 x 34.3 cm
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 512,773 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
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Date First Available30 Aug. 2012
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The Basin dish drying rack by Umbra kicks a kitchen basic up a notch with modern styling and a clever, multi-functional design. Available in a variety of fashion colours such as this bright red, Basin is constructed of durable, easy-to-clean, BPA-free moulded material with a high-gloss exterior finish and a sleek chrome-plated metal rim. Interior ridges keep plates upright for fast-drying, and a built-in utensil caddy conveniently holds flatware and cooking utensils. Basin's self-draining, all-in-one design works both in the sink and on the counter. For counter-top use, an integrated trough collects and diverts water run-off back into the sink, eliminating the need for a bulky, unsightly drip-tray. Trough is removable for easy cleaning. Designed with sturdy, generous handles for maximum portability, Basin is easily transferred fully-loaded from sink to counter and back again, and can also double as a roomy dish-and-utensil caddy for parties and outdoor entertaining. Measures 15-3/4-inch by 13-1/2-inch by 7-1/2-inch. Patent-pending design by Helen T. Miller for Umbra - the worldwide leader in innovative, modern, casual and affordable design for the home.

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By Tee on 20 April 2013
Came right on time and very nice looking too.
Gave it a 4 star because my plates don't hang well in it, could work well for someone with plates not as thick. Overall I'll say good enough for the kitchen!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 3 Nov. 2013
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A neat useful item - a little expensive but a treat to use and it looks as if it will last. Makes the kitchen look very bright.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ese on 30 July 2014
This is gorgeous n fits on my sink perfectly...
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Compact dish rack with great features! 14 Dec. 2012
By Nutmeg - Published on
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Since my old dish rack was accumulating moisture and mold with no way to get into the crevices, it was time to look for a new one. After spending entirely too much time reading negative reviews on Amazon related to similar products, I came across this adorable rack. I use the rack primarily to dry a couple of hand wash only bowls and certain serving utensils. We have a dishwasher and limited space around the sink area so this was perfect. The slots fit our thick Fiesta dishes (approximately 10-12 plates if necessary). There is also a cutlery holder at the back (very important feature!) with a divider for 2 sections. The drip tray drains directly into the sink (not the counter) and is removable for hand washing. I read that the basin could go into the dishwasher but have not yet tried to do that. This is the type of rack that may be easily hand washed when necessary so that mildew/mold does not accumulate. I think the name of the color is deceptive since there is nothing smoke about it. It is pure black and goes beautifully with out tan/black granite counters. Even though this item is made in China, the quality is above average. Kudos to Umbra for creating a functional and cute product for the kitchen. You could pay more only to end up with a rusted moldy mess in a year or two. Don't hesitate to buy. I am very glad I ordered.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Love it 17 April 2013
By jenerosity - Published on
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I was looking for a compact dish rack that didn't need a drip tray. I have a dishwasher, so this is primarily for hand wash and pots n' pans. I have a small, modern kitchen and while function is key, form is also a priority.

I compared all the styles from Umbra and Simplehuman (whom I love) and after reading many reviews (good and bad), I settled on this one. It was more than I had been hoping to spend but it had the footprint I was looking for and didn't have some of the problems that seemed to plague other models. Other styles had issues about bits that couldn't get clean or were metal but not stainless and wore out quickly.

The result: Hooray! I just love it. Stylish and functional. Large enough for my stock pot and box mixing bowls and the spout lets me place it at the back of my counter which give me much more usable space in front.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Ok but 5 Oct. 2013
By Jeremy Colton - Published on
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Received today. I had hoped that the spout would extend out over the lip of the sink, but it does not. Putting the rack next to the sink tilts it in the wrong direction, so I am trying it with coasters under the two distal feet. If that doesn't work I may cut the proximal feet down. Anyway, it seems like none of the manufacturers have figured out that sinks have lips... is mine the only one?
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Better than Umbra's other drain design 25 Jan. 2015
By originalwit - Published on
I have used Umbra Tub Dish Drying Rack, Red for the last 2 years and having used this Basin drain for less than a week, I can already tell you it's a better design. This one drains water more effectively, will be easier to clean, and keeps dishes, especially bowls, glasses, and cups, raised so that they aren't sitting in water and/or muck that may accumulate below (all issues with the Umbra Tub model).

I took note of the problems people have had with this model not clearing the lip of their sink. My sink has a relatively low edge and I placed the front legs of the drain onto it. To remedy the problem of that end then being counter-productively higher than the opposite end, I placed a small board under the now-lower end's legs. It is worth it to me, given how much I like these Umbra Drains, as compared to standard 2-piece models, to do a few compensatory things to make it work for me.

I delight in seeing water actually drip out of the end of the funnel, the way it should! The fact that the funnel/spout can be removed to clean isn't of great benefit - how cruddy can it get? And besides, dishes will never touch it.

In order to get the most counter space, I've got the drain pushed all the way to the back of the counter. This means the spout does not line up exactly with the sink but instead with the back stainless steel. Nonetheless, water hits that surface and THEN empties it the sink, so it's working. (Umbra should consider that most sinks will sit further out than does their small dish drain.)

As I said, I can already see I like this one better and know it will both *stay* cleaner and be easier to clean than the other Umbra model I owned. And it looks terrific too. Sleek and modern.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great idea, needs some redesign 1 Dec. 2013
By Bob G the perfectionist plumber - Published on
Not so fast on the potential 5 star review. We bought one with the same high hopes as Flamingo, and have a relatively low top-mount stainless steel sink in a dead level counter top. With the legs right up against the sink lip, the water dripping from the sink end of the drip channel JUST makes it into the sink. At first, that is. By the time you've put the 3rd or 4th item in the rack, the water dripping off the end of the channel starts running about a 1/2 inch BACK UP THE CHANNEL and dripping on the edge of the stainless sink, with half the water running onto our counter. Our fix for this has been to raise the utensil or high end of the drainer about 1/2 inch. Of course, this fix only works when the drainer stays RIGHT AGAINST the sink. If it gets bumped and moves an 1/8 inch away from the sink, all the water ends up on our counter.

So, notes for the second generation designer include:
1) Raise the high or utensil end legs about one inch; raise the low or sink end legs about a 1/2 inch.
This should work on ANY sink, although four leveling legs would be even better (especially if your counter top is off level)
2) Make the drain channel at least 1 inch longer.
3) Put a small down-turned lip on the bottom of the sink end of the channel ( to force the water to drip RIGHT THERE)

Meanwhile, I'm still searching for the perfect dish drainer.
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