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|Item: Double Hooks||Finish: Custom Finish|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
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.
Black is beautiful
Debra England from Los Angeles, CA– Verified Buyer
I purchased these to go with the French Wall Rack I also bought from Wayfair. That comes with several regular hooks, but these offer even greater utility and are the identical deep black color. They work well with the rack and will help me optimize the usage of space in my small kitchen. They also add more variation to the ways I can arrange the pots and lids.
vicki from Columbia, SC– Verified Buyer
I bought a small, used, black, iron sconce--turned it up-side-down and added these great black hooks for a fab pot rack!!
Deborah from Michigan
easy access to all my pots. I also hang large utensils. makes drawers less cluttered
Gourmet Double Hooks
Cara from Newbury Park, CA– Verified Buyer
Fantastic, strong, and useful!
Just what I was looking for!
Lilwelder from Hayden, CO– Verified Buyer
I recycled an old copper pot rack I found, but it had no hooks. I searched the internet for hooks and found Wayfair. They had the best options and the best pricing by far! I bought the copper plated hooks and they work perfectly! Our pot rack is about 1/4" thick, maybe even 5/16" thick and they fit easily.
dirtcowboy from Hanover, NH– Verified Buyer
I use these on my metro-shelf pot racks in my commercial bakery. Love the way they hang and especially how much each hook holds. We have several different types of hooks on our racks-- these are our favorite. Just beware that the hooks will only hang on thinner shelving wire.
IronChefBklyn from Bklyn. NY
The thing is, each pack contains 4 double hooks! That's 24 double hooks for a little over a buck each.....and shipping was FREE! Price these things out anywhere else and you'll understand my enthusiasm. I own a Calphalon pot rack, and those double hooks are SEVEN BUCKS EACH!!!! Granted, you have to spread these hooks open slightly to get it to lay right on the Calphalon, but they are Rogar and not made specifically for the Calphalon, and hey...if spreading the hooks open slightly can save me $150, then I say "spread 'em baby!"
Rogar Double Pot Hooks
Mr Smith from Boston, MA
The Rogar Double Pot Hooks were exactly what was needed. The depth of the Rogar Double Pot Hooks allows the selected pot to be removed from the hanging Pot Rack while allowing the hook to remain in place, unlike other pot hooks used that leave the rack when a pot is removed.
Kel from Woodbridge, VA– Verified Buyer
Cuts down on the # of hooks needed. Their also great when you have a smaller pot rack but want to fit more pots.
Nice hook, wrong width
County Loyalist from Canada
Nice hook and good idea to have double sized for smaller items, but didn't fit my pot rack as the spread was too narrow. Handed down to family member with Rogar pot rack who loves them.