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Ranvo Knife Shelf, Black Household Space Aluminum Chopstick Hold


Ranvo Knife Shelf, Black Household Space Aluminum Chopstick Hold


Product description

1. Powerful storage function, it can also be stored in a limited kitchen space.
2. High‑quality space aluminum material, not easy to rust and not easy to black, can be used for a long time.
3. With strong load‑bearing capacity, not easy to fall off. Matte black surface treatment, beautiful.
4. Rugged and durable, wall‑mounted kitchen shelf can be used for a long time.
5. The storage is suitable for placing chopsticks, kitchen knives and other items.


Item Type: Kitchen Rack
Material: Space Aluminum
Weight: Approx. 525g / 18.5oz
Product Size: Approx. 21x14x6.5cm / 8.3x5.5x2.6in
Use Range: knife/chopsticks, etc.
Scope of Application: kitchen products
Process: Anodizing
Surface Treatment: Matte Black
Installation Method: 6mm drill bit punching
How to Use: Determine the installation position, nail the fixing plate to the wall, insert the shelf into the raised area of the fixing plate.

Package List:
1 x Kitchen Rack1 x Fixed Plate
2 x Screw
2 x Expansion Screw

1. Please allow 1‑2cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.
2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

Ranvo Knife Shelf, Black Household Space Aluminum Chopstick Hold

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