brightmaison Kitchen Pot Lid Plate Holder Rack Stainless Steel, 8 Sectional, Adjustable Length Accordion Style, Can Be Extended to 30"

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Brand: brightmaison

Color: Silver


  • Each rod is 6.5" tall ,you can fit taller items in each section
  • Customize the length based on your storage needs
  • Stainless steel durable construction.
  • Synthetic rubber bumpers protect your delicate surfaces
  • It can be placed in your kitchen cabinet or on counter top. Its stylish look will be a beautiful addition to your kitchen

Publisher: Brightmaison

Details: Min length: 16" Max length: 30" suggested, however it could be extended up to 36" length Width: 6" to less based on the extended legth. Height: 6.5" This product requires basic assembly

EAN: 6034580173841

Package Dimensions: 7.4 x 6.2 x 5.9 inches

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It would be 3.75" . Regards, 
By Brightmaison SELLER  on November 16, 2015
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It is strong enough to hold a medium cast iron pan! I love this rack and I think I'll buy a few more. 
By kristin on January 27, 2017
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This is not a question but a comment. 
By Nola Montgomery on March 7, 2018
I agree! 
By Kindle Customer on September 15, 2018
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You can make the "accordian" shorter (not as wide), but keep in mind that the slots between the vertical rods will be narrower then too. Alternately, if the narrowness doesn't bother you, I suppose you could choose not to screw some of the rods on, but the "base" accordion will still be there. Hope that makes sense! … see more 
By Jessie K. on November 10, 2015
Dear Elizabeth
Unfortunately that would not work. If your space is limited, we have a smaller version. But we have a shorter one which is 6 sectional.… see more 

By Brightmaison SELLER  on November 10, 2015
The piece doesn't come apart but it decreases in size by pushing it closer together. You just end up with more unused sections on either end because they are collapsed. Imagine a slinky that just gets expanded by pulling the middle apart. Hope that helps. 
By Jeani C on November 10, 2015