Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 71
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Malissa Great Product
Product was great. Installation was a lil tricky but overall it was great. The only thing it didn't snap shut automatically as the draw I believe is heavy, but overall the product is great.
July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FrankF Outstanding drawer slides
Wanted new drawer slides on my keyboard pullout. Best way to go if you ask me. Removed existing drawer and attached the angle brackets to the slides attached the existing drawer to the slides and then just screw the slides in place. I sprayed a little silicone spray to the slides and they work even better just push easy the drawer and it goes back in and then it resets itself back in nice slow for the last inch or so waiting for the next time you need it.
August 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Whitney Easy to install and purposeful - built to last
Very well made and slide easier than ever - quiet too! Easy to install with step by step instructions and placement
October 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Reconjack Very nice upgrade to any drawer, add on hardware isnt so great
After figuring out that I needed 22 inch soft close slides for my 18 inch drawers in the kitchen, install wasn't all that difficult. The directions are about useless as the only measurement they give that's correct is the 1 1/4" mounting of the slide to the drawer itself. The add on rear brackets needed for any face frame drawer (most any pre-built type stuff is face frame as was the run of the mill drawers I bought from Home Depot years back that these were going into), aren't very well designed. For a heavy duty slide setup like this, the brackets you are forced to buy to make it work are plastic (part D806), and the screws that come with them are all but worthless, too small in length and head size. After figuring out the proper measurements to mount them to the rear inside of my drawer housing, I used 1 5/8 inch dry wall screws that seated and held much better. The initial setup (figuring out which ones you need, vice hardware) will be a pain, but once they're installed and leveled, they work as intended even allowing the entire drawer to slide out of the cabinet itself unlike the low end slides that keep roughly 1/4 of the drawer hidden at max. As these were the only reasonable option I've found that was readily available, they are a good value and I would use them again.
June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BrianL Great Item
Installed quickly and easily. Works effortlessly to both open and soft close
August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Richard38 Drawer Slide
The drawer slides work fine once properly installed. Installation was difficult in my cabinets. The rails require a flat surface for installation. My cabinets were fabricated differently. They had a frame with 1/4-1/2 inch veneer glued to the frame forming the outside of the cabinet. I had to glue and screw a spacer board to the veneer to make the flat surface. After the rails were installed I then had to add cardboard shims between the rails and spacer boards to adjust the distance between the rails so the drawer would open smoothly. The rails must be attached to the drawer and inside the cabinets with precision and consistency or the drawer will not be level, slide in and out easily or close properly. The product is fine but installation was difficult and time consuming (about 4hrs per drawer.).
July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Srichards329 Best Drawer Slides I've Ever Had
I purchased 5 pairs (there are 2 per set) and installed them in my new kitchen remodel. Yes, the instructions are skimpy... but if you don't know what you are doing then you have 2 choices... go through a learning curve and LEARN by trial and error... or do an internet search which will give you many examples of how to build drawers and install drawer slides.
I've read the 1-star and 2-star reviews and I just don't get it. I'm a senior and a long-time DIY'er. Before the internet.. I went through a trial-by-error learning curve. Now I use it for any new project even though at my age I've done a heckuva lot!
I think people who said they measured correctly when they built their drawers because they bind or fit sloppy are a bit mistaken! When cutting the drawer bottom (for example) one must cut OUTSIDE the line rather than directly ON the line or inside the line. Many people DON'T take into consideration the THICKNESS of their saw blade. Cut right on or inside the line and you'll be x 2 the thickness of your saw blade LESS than your specifications! You'll have a sloppy fit. Cut too far outside the line and you'll have a binding fit.
As for me... my 5 drawers fit perfectly and soft close. I'm happy. My wife is happy and life is good. ;-) I removed a built-in oven we never used (except to heat pizza two or three times per year) and boxed it in nicely and added 3 soft-close drawers. I also removed a dish washing machine we never used as its a waste of resources. We hand wash everything which is much cleaner and more sanitary than letting hard to clean protean build up on dishes and pans then expecting a dish washing machine to clean them as well as we can. Again, I boxed in this area and installed 2 soft-close drawers to hold pots and pans. Wonderful! We never have to bend over to the bottom shelf or get on our knees to find that special pot or pan which is always way the heck back in the furthermost reaches of a shelf! Just pull a drawer out for easy to reach pots and pans! Best of all, these drawer slides support 100 lbs.
I would highly recommend these drawer slides to anybody... and if you don't know how to build a drawer, Home Depot offers a variety of pre-built drawers you might be interested in.
July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HandymanMike Smooth glide
These are great sliding bearings for any pull out set up. Drawers, some custom sliding door/cabinet door, etc. When upright they are pretty sturdy and will hold a drawer full of hand tools (like 80pnds with drawer and tools combined) no problem. I can't say what the work load is, as I have yet to reach it. Easy install for any handyman aka DIY persons.
June 4, 2016