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Gravity-Feed Can Rack

Put the force of gravity to work in your kitchen with our Can Rack. It automatically feeds cans to the front so they're always readily accessible. Dividers are included to group like-sized cans together.

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Gravity-Feed Can Rack

14-1/2" x 10-1/2" x 10-3/4" h

41010

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$14.99 ea

Gravity-Feed Can Rack 3.3 5 95 96
Great space saver Love the ability to see what can's are in the pantry. Also great how they roll forward & how many cans it can hold. February 16, 2014
Where have you been all my life?! I absolutely love the Gravity-Feed can rack! We used to have an entire shelf with just cans spread out across it. Not anymore! There are all in one small section now. I highly recommend this! February 13, 2014
Okay, but not great I bought this after having seen some reviews that raved about it. We just re-did our kitchen and I'm trying to figure out best use of our pantry - which is very deep. We buy a lot of cans of beans and tomatoes, so thought this would be useful. It would've been better if it held three 14.5-15 oz cans across. Instead it holds two and then space for something small (tomato paste or sauce, or tuna). Plus, it isn't very high between shelves, making the bottom shelves a tight fit. Also, big 28 oz cans don't really work - can only hold two in a row. So - okay, but would've been great if it was a bit bigger. March 8, 2014
Poor design I thought I would get a couple of these so I can rotated my canned goods better. The design is not good. You cannot feed the cans in through the back, so every time you add cans you need to take them all out and feed the newer ones to the back first. When I thought of rotating my canned gods I did not mean me every time by hand. If you are looking to just save space and don't care about rotating your cans, I guess they are okay. January 7, 2014

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Our Gravity-Feed Can Rack is not considered stackable. The included dividers can be placed anywhere, to group like-sized cans together.
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How many average size cans will it hold?

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Each level can support about two rows of three, and then one row of three smaller cans.
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