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Included with purchase ($20 value).
|Material: Steel||Hardware Material: Stainless steel|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Scratch Resistant: Yes||Heat Resistant: Yes|
|Tarnish Resistant: Yes||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Fade Resistant: Yes||Warp Resistant: Yes|
|Chip Resistant: Yes||Stain Resistant: Yes|
|Product Type: Wall mounted||Style: Modern|
|Shape: Bar||Expandable: No|
|Adjustable Height: Yes||Low Ceiling: Yes|
|Lid Storage: Yes||Chains Included: No|
|Hooks Included: Yes||Lighting: No|
|Shelving: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: No||Product Care: Dust; Soap/water|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: No||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 year|
|Title 24 Compliant: Yes|
Rogar International Corporation has been the premier name in speed wine openers since it's introduction of the solid brass Vintner in 1975. Like Rogar's current Champion and Estate wine openers, the Vintner was based on the "Champion Cork Removal System" made by the Arcade Manufacturing Company using Michael Redlinger's American patent of 1897. Even then, the Champion had the unique ability to uncork and recork. Rogar took the orginal's mechanical concept and has continued to enhance it with modern matierals. Although the Vintner is no longer inproduction, and has become a collector's item, Rogar's Estate and Champion wine openers are now the fastest, easiest and most stylish way to open a wine bottle. They are fast, simple, and foolproof.
As we enter a new millennium, Rogar has kept pace with the times. Although the inspiration for their wine openers comes from the past, the technology is 21st century.
All their Estate and Champion openers have been designed to work on the newest flange top wine bottles as well as standard wine bottles. They even can be used to open corked olive oil bottles.
All Rogar products are proudly crafted in Virginia, USA, and carry a one-year limited warranty.
Brenda from Oklahoma City, OK – Verified Buyer
I bought 2 of these to display my colored pans. With 2, I could put them as far apart as I wanted and I think the weight will be better handled this way. I thought this was the most versatile way to hang up pots and pans. They were easy to put up, as easy as wall anchors are ever to put up anyway. Had them up for awhile and I am still enjoying switching things out to decide what the best use and look is. The hooks hold on great and do not move when I take something off. That was a concern for me. very happy with my purchase.
It is so nice to have all my pans in easy reach, Thanks
Nancy from Gloucester County, VA – Verified Buyer
Cons: Holes for attaching do not match up to studs but I overcame that by mounting it on a beautiful slab of fir with the bark still on both edges. It turned out better that way. Also I used pliers to close the hooks a bit so they would not come off the bar when lifting the pot. Pros: Just the right size for my need, well made, sturdy and attractive.
Creates more space in your kitchen
Georgie from Canyon Country, CA – Verified Buyer
This is a simple item that is easy to screw into your kitchen wall with just two screws. Now I have more cupboard space and the pots look cool hanging up high over my window. My only criticism is you can't see in the photo that it has a dappled finish. Luckily I like it, but it might not be what you're expecting.
Gourmet looks & very functional
margaretwade from beaumont, TX – Verified Buyer
I love this potrack... It is very sturdy & industrial looking, with clean lines. I was able to hang my entire copper pot collection easily, and it looks great in my traditional kitchen, hanging above the stove. Would definitely recommend --especially for the price. All the others I looked at that are similar we're in the $ 200 range.
Wall Mounted Pot Racks
Jjanet from Saint Louis, MO – Verified Buyer
I purchased 3 of these pot racks. I mounted 2 of the racks on a huge fireplace I have in my kitchen. I like the racks because they don't stick out very far so no worries about people hitting their heads on the pots. It has really really given me a lot more storage. Since the racks are metal, I used the 3rd one to attach spice jars that have magnets on the bottom of the jars. Not only does everything look great, it is also very smart use of space.
Excellent and Affordable
Cynthia from Grandview, MO – Verified Buyer
Heavy, black matte finish. Feels way more expensive than it was. I didn't use the screws and anchors included, but opted for longer screws in the wall studs. The hooks aren't soldered on the bar, so that allows for preferred pot placement, but demands careful extraction of pan so as not to remove entire hook with pan.
good value for the quality
Jeremy from Tallahassee, FL – Verified Buyer
During a kitchen remodeling I looked at too many types of pot racks. After settling down and deciding that I wanted a simple black bar with several hooks I found this one. I bought 2 because I didn't want to hang all the cast iron pots on one bar due to the weight. I used different hardware than was included because of the thickness of the walls. They really tie the kitchen look together well.
Great price and looks good
BJ from Madison, AL – Verified Buyer
I needed something to hang in my pantry for pots and larger utensils like graters to get them out of the way. I have not hung this yet, but it looks like it will do fine. Pros: Stainless steel works with most kitchens
Cheryl from Woodside, NY – Verified Buyer
Easy to install. Solid if put installed on studs in your wall. My pans look stylish on the wall. Only wish it came in chrome/stainless steel finishes instead of just black-powder coated and speckled gray hammered steel.
Aimee from Albuquerque, NM – Verified Buyer
These are beautiful and a treasure in a small kitchen. They make my life easier. When im ready to cook the pan i need is right there. No more rifeling through a stack of pans under the sink to find the one i want. Totally worth the $30.per