I like this drainer in general. It looks nice and the inside/useful space bigger then in a similar plastic dish drainer (see pic. for comparison). It takes less counter top space due to drainage location. A big plus that a utensils tray can be relocated or removed very easily. This product perfect for small kitchen.
But it has one big con: the plate holders have straight design, so they don't hold large and/or dip plates very well. As you can see, plate holders in plastic drainer have an angle shape and this future prevent large plates to drop. Make attention to size of the utensils holder too - it's ok for 2-3 utensils sets (a set = a fork, a tea spoon, a table spoon and a knife), but it's too small if you need to drain more peaces.
Pros: Easy to Clean, Looks Great, Takes Less Space
Very pleased with the dish drainer in view of the low cost. It is a good size for my counter space. It is not high enough to go over the edge of my sink, but I was aware of this before the purchase and have compensated by setting it on a white board to give it more height. This drainer is small and lightweight, and probably would not be adequate for a family, but for a single person or even a couple it is adequate. The only problem I am seeing after several weeks of use is some rust coming through the joints in the plastic coating. Disappointing and slightly annoying but will not affect the functioning of it. A good temporary solution until I can find something sturdier.
I didn't realize that the drainer had no cup holders but we were going to use it anyway. However...
October 7, 2020
I didn't realize that the drainer had no cup holders but we were going to use it anyway. However, the dinner plates would not stay upright in the slots. Ended up having to buy another one somewhere else.
It's a little smaller than I anticipated, but it is well constructed. The utensil/silverware holder was too small and a bit flimsy for our needs. Still for the price, it would be a great item for an apartment or where space is limited.