Progressive International Collapsible Over the Sink Dish Drainer

August 12, 2013 - Comment

Reclaim counter space in your kitchen with this innovatively designed collapsible dish rack from Progressive International, which conveniently fits over your sink. A great choice for small apartment kitchens, this compact dish drainer collapses down to two-thirds of its original height for easy storage in a cabinet or under the sink when you’re finished. It

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Reclaim counter space in your kitchen with this innovatively designed collapsible dish rack from Progressive International, which conveniently fits over your sink. A great choice for small apartment kitchens, this compact dish drainer collapses down to two-thirds of its original height for easy storage in a cabinet or under the sink when you’re finished. It features patented self-supporting arms that extend from 16-1/2 to 26-3/4 inches. The drainer will hold up to 8 plates measuring up to 10 inches in diameter, and it also offers a removable silverware tray. It measures 16-1/2 by 12-1/4 by 1-1/2 inches (LxWxH) when stored, and it expands to 6 inches in height when in use. Made of polypropylene and TPE, it’s dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

Collapsible Over the Sink Dish Drainer

Arms extend to fit most kitchen sinks.
Collapsible Over the Sink Dish Drainer

Collapses to two-thirds of its original height.

 

About Progressive International

After 38 years in business, Progressive International is still dedicated to creating functional gadgets, tools, food-prep items and household products to make your cooking and meal preparation more efficient and fun. Located in Kent, Washington, Progressive’s products are sold in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, and other international markets.

Design
Progressive Makes Cooking Cool

More than a workspace, the contemporary kitchen is the heart of the home where we connect with family and friends, and Progressive’s philosophy of product design aims to create the perfect balance of form, function and value for your kitchen. The design process pulls from many different research methods such as ethnographic research, consumer testing, surveys, and in-home observations, identifying real life problems in the kitchen that translate to fresh, new ideas for smarter products.

Product Features

  • Innovative collapsible dish rack with arms that extend from 16-1/2 to 26-3/4 inches
  • Measures 16-1/2 by 12-1/4 inches; vertically collapses to just 1-1/2 inches high for storage
  • Holds 8 plates up to 10 inches in diameter
  • Removable silverware tray
  • Dishwasher safe

Comments

D. Heidbrink "thrifty shopper" says:

Best dish drainer for small apartments I was sick of my old Rubbermaid dish drainer after moving to a place with less counter top space – I ended up trying to use it as an over the sink dish drainer to much annoyance of my wife and I. We decided to give this product a chance as it is collapsible and not made out of metal which might rust. Originally we were concerned whether it would fit in our sink as the product dimensions weren’t specific on the dimensions which go into your sink: 11.5″x10.5″x4.25″ is the answer. It should…

dadrews9 says:

OK Product because of major design setback Durable, collapsible, easy to clean and fits nicely in my sink. Takes up very little space, which is ideal in apartment settings such as my own.The major downside is it has a hard time holding the plates vertically. This is probably because the grooves are not deep enough and you are left with having to play a game of Jenga to make sure they don’t topple over.

Grandma GG says:

Storage Space Solution I’ve put off buying a dish drainer for many years because I didn’t want to sacrifice the space under my sink for its storage. I am so glad I decided to give this one a try. It pops open and shut quite easily by pushing it against my countertop. The drainer rests inside the sink so you must be willing to give up a portion of sink space. While the ends pull out far enough to easily reach both sides of the sink, they don’t yet slide smoothly — I have to kind of rock them out. A small…

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