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RINNIG Plate holder

Price $ 5.00

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Nobody wants to dry? Put the plates in a holder instead. This is made of steel and covered with a soft plastic surface. You can air-dry everything if you combine it with racks in the RINNIG series.

Article Number703.872.58

Product details

You can also use the holder for letters or pot lids.


Mikael Axelsson

  • 9 plates fit for drying at the same time.

    Fits for RINNIG double sided dish drainer.

  • Material
    Steel, Polyamide
    Cover cap:


Length: 11 "

Width: 4 "

Height: 3 "

  • RINNIGArticle Number703.872.58

    Width: 3 ¼ "

    Height: 3 ¼ "

    Length: 11 "

    Weight: 6 oz

    Package(s): 1

Works greatNICKWorks great - perfect for in the sink!5
Great for a small counter,CHRISTINEGreat for a small counter, steel doesn't mold or mildew.5
LargerLisaI purchased this to put In my drawer to hold larger plates, bowls, and small plates it would have held a few items but not my complete set of dishes.3
Nice productsmarthaGood products5
Works perfect to meMariaWorks perfect to me5
Love it!JennifferI use it to dry plates and bags. It's sturdy and takes minimal space.5
Makes a great plate holderJudyMakes a great plate holder in my cabinet5
Very nice!GINAI love this little stand! I have a few; they are perfect for displaying plates; also great for air-drying plates by the sink - I have a few plates that do not go into the dishwasher, so I wash by hand and air-dry on the counter. When I don't use it, I just hide it in a cabinet. I'm sure there's other uses for this neat little thing...5
Perfect paired with over-the-sink roll up mat!CELESTE S.Can't believe no one has commented about using these with those over-the-sink roll up mats. These fit perfectly! Use one and leave more room on the mat for glasses, pots, odd or oversized pieces. Use two on your mat to hold more plates. Love the slight angle of the tines to encourage the water to "run" off the items better. Used self-stick Command hooks inside my cabinet under the sink to hang them from a side wall (easily holds them both) and I also have the matching drainer for when I need additional drying room. This stands almost flat against the same cabinet wall. Yes, you do have to use common sense while loading the rack to keep it balanced but it's sooooooo easy to do! Have been using them for several years now and am still amazed at how much I use and love them.5
Great holder for storage container lidsAnonymousI was looking for something to hold & organize the lids for storage containers & this hit the mark. I purchased 2 & they fit perfectly in the drawer--makes it so easy to select the correct size.5
Good for plates & bowls but not for anything elseMichaelThis is a stylish but limited use drying rack. It does not work for drying glasses, drinking or wine or otherwise.3
Does what it’s supposed toAkilahDoes what it’s supposed to do. Wish it could fold down for storage purposes but thankfully my drawers are deep enough to store it when not in use4
Perfect for caps and lids.Hannah A.I thought I'd be using this more for plates, but it's ideal for drying out jars and anything round. So much better than using a conventional dish rack to do so.5
not badannienot bad.5
RinningShronThis dish rack fits my needs.5
Pictures were better...TunisiaLiterally only holds plates like it says. Very small but fits perfectly with the dish drainer that's recommended. Would not purchase again.2
Worker in the store areBERNICEWorker in the store are very nice.5
Love these!LINNEAI have used these as my dish drying rack for years. I have given them to my sisters and my daughters. They work great and fold up to nothing. I do have to replace them every 5yrs or so, no problem. I also keep a new one on hand , just in case.5


What is steel?

Steel has unique characteristics when it is stretched and shaped since it remains strong. It provides strength to everything from skyscrapers and cars to bed frames and outdoor furniture. The steel industry is moving in the direction of more energy-efficient production and stronger steel qualities. It doesn’t lose any of its properties when recycled and today steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world.