dealsset of 2 - debbie meyer genius racks for $14.99…

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Nope. When I go to the page I see this:

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Billed as 'space saving', but eliminates the ability to stack items inside other items (a much greater space-saver than putting things on their side/'storing vertically'. Possibly good if you have a lot of cutting boards, and don't have a spare drying rack to repurpose, but worthless as an in-cabinet storage system.

Even their video/infomercial points this out. The 'before' has 10-12 pots in a space that only 3-6 fit in, in the 'after' shot.

Just buy a few silicone potholders and put them between each 'layer' when stacking items. Or even just a paper towel, if you're worried about nicking/scratching a nonstick coating. Far more effective space-saving, much cheaper, multipurpose (because they're POTHOLDERS, instead of an overpriced, single-purpose piece of injection-moulded plastic). Doesn't look all /pretty/, but come on. Function beats form when it comes to STORAGE.

Save your money. These aren't worth it.

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Always liked Debbie Myer's racks.

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@talesin: It's not that simple. In many ways, it's a lot more convenient to have them horizontally stacked. Think about CDs/DVDs. If they're on top of one another, you'd have to remove all the discs above the one you want before taking the desired one out. Imagine doing that with heavy pots/pans in a cramped cabinet that is above your head, or in a low cabinet where you have to bend. With this rack, you need not disturb the items you don't want. It's a one hand operation.This is especially significant for the elderly, arthritic, disabled, etc. Furthermore, this allows you to store lids with the pots/pans.