This 2 Rail Steel Towel Rail is part of our Towel Rails range which is designed for the kitchen/bathroom, however this can also be transferred to the bedroom.
The point of this towel rail is to obviously hold your body towels or hand towels, however if fitted in a bedroom cupboard, this can also double up as a useful bedroom fitting to hand trousers, skirts, ties or scraves.
This comes complete with a ball bearing runner, which allows for an easy slide in and out application, which in return allows for easy accessibility. This is particularly handy if you have a deep cupboard, as you can pull the clothes towards you.
Installed Length: 496mm. Extension Length: 395mm
Designed for side or top mounting, for fitting left or right within a cabinet or under a worktop.
Has a polished chrome plated steel finish, which if placed in a highly visible area, will not look gaudy or cheap. Looks incredibly modern and sophisticated.
- Written by Jack
Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a look at one of our product review videos. Now we're putting these short little videos together to be able to give our customers the opportunity to see the products that we have to offer in a little bit more detail or allow me to explain it to you a little bit better than perhaps a picture or a bit of descriptional text may do that's on our website.
So, what I'm going to talk to you today about is the tie rack that we have on our sister site LocksOnline.com and this is the actual product here. It's designed, it's a tie rack. It's actually designed to be able to be pulled in and out of a wardrobe assembly or a fitted wardrobe assembly. It has a ball bearing race system here as you can see here. And the whole idea is that this would actually slide inwards and outwards. Now, I've got this positioned on the side here as you can see, but you can also have it so it sits like that. So you can imagine now that this unit would be bolted up into the ceiling of the wardrobe assembly and allow you then to slide that out there to be able to get out the ties that you want to and then once you've finished deciding what you want, you just basically rotate that back in there like that and therefore then close the doors.
You can if you want to do fit it on its side. So if it was the end of your wardrobe assembly, you could. I mean obviously, you've been restricted on space on the side there but you would be able to operate it in like that as well if you wanted to. But obviously, ultimately, it's designed to sit at the top.
Now it's got some holes here for some fixings and if I zoom in here, if you can zoom in here, you can see that there's some spacing behind these here to allow you to fix using there and then there's some space in there to allow that to slide backwards and forwards like that over your fixings. It doesn't come with fixings. You would have to decide what fixings that you want depending on the application that you have. So that's quite important.
It's also got some felt here on the back-end stops and the front-end stops and then when it comes all the way out, it doesn't go banging against metal against metal. So, there's a little bit of thought gone into it by the manufacturers to ensure that the sliding mechanism is very, very smooth indeed. Designed and manufactured by a company called Accuride and what I will do now is I'll give you some more information in regards to its measurements so you can then decide whether or not it's the product that you're looking for.
So very quickly with a tape measure, let me get the overall length for you. The overall length there is 418 mil. Give or take a mil or two on these measurements, guys. The actual width there is, I'm looking at that as being about 38 millimetres. The actual drop, if I was to put that down there like that and measure the whole rule drop there, we're looking at about 105 millimetres and the actual tie rack projects slightly further there. I know if you can zoom in there a little bit. But it projects slightly further, so let's have a look at that overall measurement because obviously you might have to close the door as well. You're looking at 490 millimetres. So 500 millimetres is that there. That's 500 millimetres. There's the end of the tape measure there. Just for some guys who's thinking of measuring this up to see if it'll fit in your particular wardrobe.
So there you, guys. Just one of the tens of thousands of products that we have on our website. The whole idea like I mentioned on the video is just to be able to give you a bit more information that perhaps we were not able to do in regards to the written text. So from me, Darrel, and all of us here at the tech team, take care and thanks for taking the time to look at the video. We'll catch with you real soon. Take care.