The hooks on this set of 6 pot hooks have a right angle at the top of the hook, enabling you to nest pots and pans neatly on the
A pot rack hook that can be used with any pot rack
The CRMBKH-6 model is available
Cuisinart is the brand name
Questions & Answers
Can you remove a hanging pot from the hook without it falling off the rack? Or does the hook stay in its position when you remove it from the hook?
I lift my pans right off of the hook on all of my pan handles (All Clad skillet, Lodge cast iron skillet, etc.) without any problem because the holes on the handles are large enough. Only once have I ever knocked one off of my shelving, and that was when it didn't have anything hanging from it and I bumped into it with my mop. We use these in a commercial kitchen too, but mostly for spoons, and I have dropped the hook when removing the spoons, but only because I was in a hurry and you have to lift the spoon at an angle (more so than a pot/pan).
The narrow hook has a measurement of openning. What is it?
In the kitchen we had a tape measure handy. Approximately 9/16 inches of opening can be seen on the narrow hook. The closed end of the narrow hook tapers back to 1/4" inside, while the open leg of the hook is 1-1/2", in case that matters to you. 1" long x 3/4" wide.
Do these lines have an angle or are they straight? Each item is also shown in the picture as stainless steel. What kind of oiled bronze will you choose if you select this option?
While the steel one in the photo appears to be a steel one, it's actually a dark oiled bronze one. It was also on my mind, but I ordered a few anyway!
Wire shelving can be attached to these hooks?
A hook like this has a hook at each end. This pot rack is made entirely of stainless steel flat stock cut to 1/4 inch (2/8 inch) thick. The end that attaches to the pot rack has an opening about 3/8 inch wide at the widest point and 3/16 inch wide at the narrowest. Nearly the entire distance between my pot rack and the hook is taken up by the hooks.
Selected User Reviews For Cuisinart Chef's Classic Cookware Universal Pot Rack Hooks, Matte Black, Set of 6
The design is superb, the construction is superb Made with high-quality materials and an elegant The pictures are great, and we're so glad you liked them I made it
Those who claim that it's just wire and that you can bend it yourself can be listened to with dismay. That's impossible, or they would have done it! First of all, they are not wire. They're made of heavy gauge metal, more like a Taking a pot on and off is a snap because of the narrow bend that fits over the pot rack. The thick rubber coating also prevents slipping when you do this. You can also hang things on the hook that is angled so that it's easy to put and take things It is brilliant to put a twist in the hanger so that your pans hang front to back instead of side to side. It even has a rounded end so you don't get a sharp Everything was thought of by these smart people! Cast-iron skillets, stainless steel pots, coffee mugs, my egg basket, cutting boards, and utensils hang off of these hooks and they are fabulous. I bought three sets, and I am considering buying another one. This is something that you should not hesitate to buy. They are extremely well rated, a great value for the price, and they are really well-manufactured I made it.
| Oct 24, 2020
Add a rack to an existing one
Our gardens got bigger this year, and we needed more hooks to hang them. My decision was based on the fact that our two new pots (left one) have hanging holes that seem to be poorly placed or sized, in comparison to what you'd expect on the right side. The hooks work very well for me, so I am happy to have found them. I like how sturdy they are, how well they hold my pots and pans, and how rubberized the top is. The hook in the pictures is twisted so they get more in less space. There is also an off-center hook, so they can connect more in less.
| Feb 11, 2021
I am very pleased with how they turned There's no problem with it, they work This shade of stainless is not exactly the same as the one that ships In addition to that, their length has also been increased by about half an inch Initially I thought this was going to be a problem, however, it ended up being a huge advantage because we were able to vary the height at which the pots and pans were hung to help line them all up more accurately and make everything look uniform to the left and Additionally, we found that the bend or slight twist that other reviewers have mentioned was useful in aligning everything and making sure that it was pointing in the direction we wanted when hanging things
It's not clear if this was by design or if we just happened to get it, but if so, The results are excellent. I am very pleased with how they turned.
| Jul 07, 2020
It's great how it looks and how well it works
Our ceiling rack works better with these hooks than with the stock hooks. Although the pictures don't depict it well, the elbow of the hook is at a 45-degree angle in relation to the wide part of the hook, which means if your rack has a grid of wires, it will go at the intersections to lock it in both directions. With the less-secure design, I was worried that thing wouldn't be secure enough I was just looking for something to make lifting pots off easier for my girlfriend, and that in fact was exactly what I needed. Even so, it is still quite challenging since the pots have to be canted back to overcome the fat inside diameter of the hook grooves in the handle and after that a straight-cut edge has to be applied. This is a solid hook and I wouldn't change a thing.
| Feb 08, 2021
These universal pot hooks work with any pot
This Cuisinart universal pot rack hook is very well made. I have used them on a 'wire' style rack (similar to the middle picture on the product link) and they fit well. Additionally, I see a lot of product descriptions lacking in detail, and I find them to be very influential. In order to fill out these details, customers often leave reviews. It would have been useful for me to know the following The Cuisinart CRUH- model is identical to the one above A 6-gauge, #7 steel wire is used, and the pot hook end opening is 1 inch deep, 1/2 inch wide, and 1/2 inch at the bottom. The hanger end opening is 1/2 inch deep, 1 3/4 inch wide, and 1/4 inch at the bottom.
| May 15, 2021
Provides very good service for the intended purpose. This model is for the TBFC-Tier Clean brooms, mop heads, and 'swiffers' are neatly organized and hidden from view. I ordered the perfect size for my intended use, but you should first think about what you want to use it for. Neither a hand towel nor utensils will be caught or scratched by the finish. It is not known how much weight they can support, but they are very sturdy There are hooks that are better suited for rock climbers of course, but these are definitely strong enough to take any size or weight cooking/cleaning utensil.
| Oct 26, 2020
This ring has a round and angled shape that I really like
The other set I ordered was flat, so it wouldn't fit through the holes in some of my pans. I ordered these to replace that set. These angled pot racks are perfectly suited to my pots and pans because they hang at a diagonal, rather than flat up against the wall or at a 90 degree angle. Durable and well built, they last for a long time.
| Feb 03, 2021
This is a really great hook! I was expecting some simple small hooks and was shocked when i pulled these out of the box! This is a heavy duty, chunky and excellently crafted bag! A non-profit organization The material is skid-resistant and has a special coating so that the paint won't chip off like the typical ones
The rubber also keeps them in place, so they are guaranteed to stay put! My pot rack came with this set, but I will be ordering another set to replace all the ones that came with it! One thing I would like to point out is the following There Is No Better Product For The Price! I Can't Explain It Easy To You.
I do recommend them! You'll not find a better product for the price!.
| Sep 08, 2020