|Item weight||8.1 Pounds|
|Finish Types||Stainless Steel|
|Is Assembly Required?||No|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||5 year manufacturer|
simplehuman KT1119 14 inch Pull-Out Cabinet Organizer, Heavy-Gauge Steel Frame Medium
|You Save:||S$42.25 (30%)|
About this item
- Reduces clutter while utilizing hard-to-reach cabinet space
- Glides in and out on smooth commercial-grade ball-bearing tracks
- Heavy-duty frame holds up to 20 lb
- Easy-access steel handle
- Pre-assembled one-piece track
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The simplehuman pull-out cabinet organizer stores and organizes your items underneath a counter or sink to help reduce clutter. A commercial grade, ball bearing track glides out of the cabinet to keep your items within easy reach. Durable plastic drip guard protects your cabinets and removes for easy cleaning.
De-clutter your cabinets
Glides in and out of your cabinet on smooth commercial-grade ball-bearing tracks, so you can use all available space with ease.
Cabinet frame is constructed from heavy-gauge steel and holds up to 20 lb.
Grab the steel handle to pull the organizer out of the cabinet quickly.
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Important note/tip: Some reviews suggest that you can only install this on the bottom of the cabinet because when it is extended it will lift/topple an adjustable shelf resting on top of pegs. Our adjustable shelves have "locking pegs" that require you to push in a tab on top of each peg in order to lift the shelf up to remove it..... a real pain in the ascot when you are simply moving shelves around, but essential for installing drawers like this on adjustable shelves. The locking pegs keep the shelf from lifting/toppling when the drawer it extended; here is a link to the locking pegs for 3/4" thick shelves with 1/4" peg holes. IMPORTANT: make sure you get the right size for both your shelf thickness and peg hole size:
Reviewed in the United States on 25 September 2016
Reviewed in the United States on 11 February 2018
- Dimensions: 20"D, 9 1/8"W (over separator extrusions), and 5 1/4" H (at the back where water valves or pipes can obstruct). Note the dimensions for under sink installation with possible obstruction by valves & pipes.
- Chrome plated metal (smaller gauge than other pot/pan sliding shelves), but hefty enough.
- Pull out is about 1/2 (10.5" extension out, starting with 20"). A poster confirmed that his 20" W is full extension (he discovered blockage by the cabinet lip, then used spacers to clear the lip). Another poster said 15" is also full, but another posted it is not full.
The number one requirement is the size the of unit that fits your space - - depending on your plumbing inside the cabinet, cabinet style (frame vs. frame-less, hinge obstruction), and items to store, etc., it will determine the product you select. It is for this reason that I selected this -- it was the largest for my very specific dimensions (under sink vanity cabinet, 10" wide door width).
In my view, the lighter steel frame of SimpleHuman units (9, 15 or 20") is a better design fit for pantries and undersink cabinets for food & sundry items. The heavier sliding shelves seem better for pots/pans.
The SimpleHuman units (whether shelves or Trash Bins) are more expensive, in fact all their products are relatively expensive. Their advantage is "design" - - it looks more elegant, has plastic bottom liner and separators to create 3 compartments, not available from others. If all you want is function, you may not want to pay the higher price.
The slide rails are smooth, labeled as "commercial grade" ball bearing, but no more smooth than others.
Installation is easy - 4 screws to secure it to bottom cabinet shelf. If you consider another slider, look for ones with the slider rails joined by steel bars -- some are 2 unattached rails, but they tropically have a paper template to position the mounting screws.