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The compact dishrack is small enough to fit optimally in most standard sinks, completely freeing up counterspace, but still has the capacity to handle full-size plates. For countertop use, it has a swivel spout that rotates in any direction to drain water directly into the sink.
The dishrack has an innovative drainage system with a moveable stainless steel spout that keeps water flowing into the sink, not onto the countertop.
simplehuman use quality materials and subject their products to rigorous testing to be sure that they will last in tough, busy environments like your home — for years.
Day-to-day life has room for improvement. That's the basic thinking behind simplehuman. By solving simple, often overlooked problems, they make people more efficient in their daily tasks at home. They call their products tools for efficient living. They’re always simple, functional and built to last. They only build products they love to use themselves.
was tired of buying the stainless steel that gets rusty after one year or cheap horrible plastic ones. I have this for ages and it's still great !!!Published 22 hours ago by Vicky
As in previous comments - I was afraid the dishrack would be quite small (previously I had a double tier metal dishrack from Ikea). Read morePublished 3 days ago by ewucha
Beautiful design, works perfectly. The spout to direct the drained water means I can use the rack on a sideboard I've renovated to hold a sink, without damaging the paintwork.Published 10 days ago by AK Shemilt
I bought this to replace a metal wire rack with drainage tray, which had rusted up a treat (as had the one before it) and stained my work top. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mr. S. C. Harvey
This product is great... good sturdy plastic and 'shoot' underneath means all the water flows back into the sink... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Beverly