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simplehuman Steel Frame Dish Rack $61.99 on Amazon.com

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simplehuman Steel Frame Dish Rack with Wine Glass Holder, Fingerprint-Proof Stainless Steel, Grey [amazon.com]

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MSRP $79.99

The simplehuman steel frame dishrack has a solid steel frame that matches the aesthetic of modern upscale kitchen appliances. It has an integrated drip tray with a swivel spout that pivots so you can position it to drain water directly into the sink and not onto the countertop. The wine glass holder hangs up to 4 wine glasses - even those extra-large Bordeaux glasses. A fingerprint-proof coating helps protect against smudges.

Keep Water Off Your Countertop The simplehuman steel frame dish drying rack has an innovative draining system that uses a swivel spout to keep water flowing into the sink, not on the counter. It rotates in three different ways so you can position the dish rack longways or shortways on the counter top, depending on how much space you have. A fold-out drip tray catches drips from cups and glasses, and there are optional plastic coverings you can put on the feet to raise the dish rack a little higher for sinks with a lip.

Dry Wine Glasses Efficiently This large dish rack's removable wine glass holder hangs up to four wine glasses, even extra-tall or wide ones, upside down by the stem, so they'll dry quickly and safely with no water spots.

Rust-Proof and Easy to Clean The dish rack's fingerprint-proof finish keeps the rust-proof stainless steel body shiny. The utensil holder and dish drainer are both dishwasher-safe. You can wash other parts in warm, soapy water.

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Day to day life has room for improvement. That's the basic thinking behind simplehuman. Many activities in our daily routine are so basic that we take them for granted. Washing our hands, cleaning up after a meal, grooming and prepping our appearance. Through innovation and new technologies, we find ways to streamline these simple tasks. We call our products tools for efficient living.
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$62 for a drying rack?
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$62 for a drying rack?
crazy as it sounds, I couldn't believe it either. but after buying it and using it for now over a year, it's actually one of my favorite purchases. to be fair, i don't have a dishwasher in my apartment to dry dishes so this was a great alternative.

yes i still think it was a bit too expensive, even at $60 but i have no regrets
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$62 for a drying rack?
crazy, right?
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I see these all the time at Marshall's and Homegoods for $39.99 of course YMMV.
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That's some crazy expensive dish rack.
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crazy as it sounds, I couldn't believe it either. but after buying it and using it for now over a year, it's actually one of my favorite purchases. to be fair, i don't have a dishwasher in my apartment to dry dishes so this was a great alternative.

yes i still think it was a bit too expensive, even at $60 but i have no regrets
I don't know, I have $10 drying rack from Target and it had been working just fine. Sure, I have to wash it once every couple of month, but I see it as a good practice anyway.
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This has nothing on the Dyson Drying Rack. It has Dyson's patented "dry flow" technology that allows dishes to dry without wiping them down by conducting the air flow around the dishes while leaving the dishes exposed to the open air for convenience. Only $499.99!
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This has nothing on the Dyson Drying Rack. It has Dyson's patented "dry flow" technology that allows dishes to dry without wiping them down by conducting the air flow around the dishes while leaving the dishes exposed to the open air for convenience. Only $499.99!
Haha. You got me.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Dyson+D...a=products

Edit: I've been at a couple of friend's houses where they have these (or a variation thereof). Really, really cool and I want one but haven't been able to justify it yet. I hand wash almost everything and I don't like to use the dishwasher to dry just because there's a chance for mold/mildew if you don't run it periodically.
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BTW, I'm looking at this OXO model because it is foldable and can be put away when I have guests over:

Cheaper than the last time it was posted on SD at $29.99.

https://smile.amazon.com/OXO-Grip...B00L9X6OKC

I note this is sold by a 3rd-party (vendor has 99% rating) and fulfilled by Amazon, which means Prime shipping is free. There is a listing that is sold and shipped by Amazon, but that is priced almost $10 more at $39.95.
  • Plate rack folds down to make room for large bowls, cookware and more
  • Legs fold out to elevate Dish Rack and spout opens to drain directly into sink
  • Tines hold cups, mugs or wine glasses inside Rack to prevent dripping on the counter
  • Plate rack holds plates or bowls neat and upright and is safe for fine china and delicate dishware
  • Divided utensil holders have a generous capacity and are removable for easy unloading
  • Side walls, legs and spout fold for compact, standing storage in cabinet
  • Utensil cups are removable and dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
  • Top Pick by Apartment Therapy
Checking Fakespot.com, their 770 reviews averaging 4.3-stars has an "A" (90%).

I tried to post a deal but forgot that 3-rd party Amazon sellers have to have above 1k lifetime ratings...
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I see these all the time at Marshall's and Homegoods for $39.99 of course YMMV.
the simplehuman brand?
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the simplehuman brand?
Yea sometimes we get this kinda stuff in
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