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  • Folding Dish Rack by OXO

Folding Dish Rack by OXO

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The large Folding Dish Rack by OXO is the best way to save space in the kitchen. The stainless steel rack has space for up to twelve plates, in addition to bowls, cookware and other cooking tools. Special “bowl waves” keep your bowls and pans upright, allowing you to fit even more on the rack and the unique design easily accommodates cutlery and delicate glassware. The rack has a flexible drain spout that can accommodate all sink rim heights. It can also be positioned on either the long or short side of the rack to best accommodate the layout of your kitchen counter.
  • Dimensions: 19.8-in. l x 17.1-in. w x 6.1-in. h
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Origin: China
  • Weight: 6-lbs.
  • MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS

  • Good rack with some minor flaws

    Used every day now for 4 months, the drainage tray with the spout has really been a pleasure and a plus. Keeps the counter dry and mold-free, and now I don't have to wait for rinsed dishes to drip in the sink before placing them on the rack. The stainless rack stays shiny, clean, no problem. The plastic tray and plastic racks will get a little grimy and need cleaning once a month. I wish the drainage tray could stay put. It can slide around an inch or so if nudged, which is easy to do, and that can affect where the spout ends up dripping. The stainless rack and plastic flatware trays above are pretty good designs for versatility, but the unique shape of the grill takes some getting used to. Have to be real careful how you arrange bowls and glasses; there's a way that works and a way that doesn't. Easy to build yourself a collapsing house of (glass) cards. There are not quite enough bars on the long side. Small things like ramekins will slide out if you're not careful when you're stacking and removing. It's made to fold up and stow when you don't need it, but we keep it out all the time.

    I recommend this product.
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  • A well-made dish rack

    OXO did a nice job with this dish rack. It holds A LOT of dishes, but somehow doesn't take up more space than my old rubber-coated wire rack did. It drains nicely, too. To the designers, I'd like two improvements: a) another wide slat on the knife rack to accommodate bigger knives (there's only one wide slat, and the rest are sized for steak knives), and b) longer prongs on the cup holders for taller cups and glasses.

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
  • Cleverly thought out

    Despite my ratings I think this is a pretty cleverly designed rack. Particularly good for those with a small kitchen. The different ways you can stack your dishes/glasses and what not make it very versatile.

    So why the less than perfect rating well... I've found the draining nozzle doesn't quite drip at the end. Drips tend to travel underneath and go back towards the draining tray a little and so you have to be careful to ensure that it really is draining back into the sink as intended. Of course this could be a kitchen bench design fault (ie my my kitchen bench isn't flat enough) but regardless I feel the tray and the nozzle could have been designed with a little more tilt (BTW - you should be thoughtful of the orientation and positioning of the draining tray. The cups which match the supporting steel prongs have a very sutle depth to provide the draining tilt necessary).

    Contrary to other ratings I think the other features are well thought out. For example the length of the glass holder prongs are neither too tall to preclude using them for deep bowls nor too short to preclude most glasses/mugs.

    Unfortunately this is one of those items you have to try out at home to really find out how good value it is as it depends largely on what your cockery/glassware is like. Even a visit to the store is unlikely to provide all the answers.

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
  • Customer Reviews for Folding Dish Rack by OXO

  • Overall Rating:

    4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 15 ratings

    100% of reviewers recommend this product

    80% say this is a "good value"

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  • Disk Rack

    I like this dish rack except the glass holder stems are too short to hold a glass, works for cups or shot glasses. I like the individual slots for the knives and spaceous slots for silverware. Other reviews mentioned their counter tops still got wet. I found out that will happen if the drain spout lip is not hanging over your sink at least an inch so the water that runs along the underside of the drain spout can still fall into the sink. I like having the option of how I want to set it up, not being stuck with just one way. Overall I would buy again and do recommend the purchase, though I think it's alittle pricey; guess that's because of the stainless steel.

    I recommend this product.
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    • February 16, 2012
    • By: Renee
    • From: SC
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • Size is great, lacking details

    I have had this dish rack for a few weeks now, and the have realized there is a major design flaw. The plastic lip that is supposed to drain the water into the sink leaks water all over my counter top. My sink edge comes up about an inch higher than my counter-top, and I suppose that's where the problem is. So I guess as water is dripping off the lip it gets carried under the lip back onto my counter top. (Yes, the product advertises that there are two tray adjustments, but really that doesn't make any difference. All in all, I really like the size of the dish rack; I can do an entire row of plates plus two rows of glasses. I like how large the silverware tray is... I think they can improve upon the drainage though. The secondary tray seems pointless to me... But maybe I just don't produce the right kind of dirty dishes for this part.

    I recommend this product.
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    • September 20, 2011
    • By: Katherine
    • From: CA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • dish rack

    Love the design of the dish rack. I had hoped it would stand a bit taller on the counter. I have a large sink edge for the rack to go over. Unfortunately we still need to put something under the rack for it to drain into the sink. Love the utensil section and the little piece in the front for small items.

    I recommend this product.
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    • August 17, 2010
    • By: Teresa
    • From: ME
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • the ultimate dish drain

    I have been in search for the ultimate dish drain, and i finally found it in this one. It is large and the botton drain sits up off the counter and drains directly into the sink. No mess or water on the counter. I would recommend this to anyone.

    I recommend this product.
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    • April 6, 2010
    • By: gladah
    • From: AK
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • Oxo Does It Again

    Another great Oxo product! I haven't had any problems with drainage, but you do have to be careful about placing dishes. Works well and looks great.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 12, 2007
    • By: John
    • From: VT
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • Good rack with some minor flaws

    Used every day now for 4 months, the drainage tray with the spout has really been a pleasure and a plus. Keeps the counter dry and mold-free, and now I don't have to wait for rinsed dishes to drip in the sink before placing them on the rack. The stainless rack stays shiny, clean, no problem. The plastic tray and plastic racks will get a little grimy and need cleaning once a month. I wish the drainage tray could stay put. It can slide around an inch or so if nudged, which is easy to do, and that can affect where the spout ends up dripping. The stainless rack and plastic flatware trays above are pretty good designs for versatility, but the unique shape of the grill takes some getting used to. Have to be real careful how you arrange bowls and glasses; there's a way that works and a way that doesn't. Easy to build yourself a collapsing house of (glass) cards. There are not quite enough bars on the long side. Small things like ramekins will slide out if you're not careful when you're stacking and removing. It's made to fold up and stow when you don't need it, but we keep it out all the time.

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
    • September 13, 2007
    • By: Chad
    • From: TX
    • I Cook: Every Day
  • Cleverly thought out

    Despite my ratings I think this is a pretty cleverly designed rack. Particularly good for those with a small kitchen. The different ways you can stack your dishes/glasses and what not make it very versatile.

    So why the less than perfect rating well... I've found the draining nozzle doesn't quite drip at the end. Drips tend to travel underneath and go back towards the draining tray a little and so you have to be careful to ensure that it really is draining back into the sink as intended. Of course this could be a kitchen bench design fault (ie my my kitchen bench isn't flat enough) but regardless I feel the tray and the nozzle could have been designed with a little more tilt (BTW - you should be thoughtful of the orientation and positioning of the draining tray. The cups which match the supporting steel prongs have a very sutle depth to provide the draining tilt necessary).

    Contrary to other ratings I think the other features are well thought out. For example the length of the glass holder prongs are neither too tall to preclude using them for deep bowls nor too short to preclude most glasses/mugs.

    Unfortunately this is one of those items you have to try out at home to really find out how good value it is as it depends largely on what your cockery/glassware is like. Even a visit to the store is unlikely to provide all the answers.

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
    • March 4, 2007
    • By: Matthew
    • From: NY
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Party Host
  • This was a gift to someone who had chosen it. I have not had a chance even to see it, let alone evaluate it.

    I filled in the above form just so that the computer could complete the process. Please disregard the answers.

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
    • February 8, 2007
    • By: Evie
    • From: MA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • A well-made dish rack

    OXO did a nice job with this dish rack. It holds A LOT of dishes, but somehow doesn't take up more space than my old rubber-coated wire rack did. It drains nicely, too. To the designers, I'd like two improvements: a) another wide slat on the knife rack to accommodate bigger knives (there's only one wide slat, and the rest are sized for steak knives), and b) longer prongs on the cup holders for taller cups and glasses.

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
    • February 8, 2007
    • By: Anne
    • From: MA
    • I Cook: Every Day
  • I Like all of the OXO products --- I have enjoyed my first shopping experience with Cooking.com -- I recommend this site to all my friends. Thank You!

    I recommend this product.
    Was this helpful?
    • October 4, 2006
    • By: Linda
    • From: NY
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
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