Steel Frame Dish Rack by Simplehuman

Steel Frame Dish Rack by Simplehuman

Sarah Coffey
Feb 14, 2008

Dish rack love. We got a tiny bit of flack for singing the praises of an expensive dish rack by simplehuman, but we're sticking to our guns on this one. It's true that $70 is a lot to spend on a dish rack, and we probably would have scoffed ourselves if we hadn't experienced the transformative power of a really good dish dryer. Simplehuman's new Steel Frame Rack is equally expensive, but it looks just as cool...

Why would we spend so much on a dish rack? Because it's something we use every single day and we believe that the price is worth it for such a multi-functional item (ours is the Flip-Top Rack that converts to three different positions).

The design of the new Steel Frame Rack doesn't have a flip top, but it uses fingerprint-proof steel (important in an item that's guaranteed to get dirty) and the space-saving cupholders flip up or down. The drip tray funnels water perfectly into the sink (hard to find in cheaper versions) and the rack comes with a 5-year warranty.

To see all available dish racks from simplehuman, click here.

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