Bamboo Expandable Flatware Tray

Organize a flatware drawer of any size with this expandable bamboo tray. Two extension wings slide out on both sides to fit your drawer exactly. Seven compartments: five fixed and two adjustable. Tray width expands for a custom fit. Hand assembled of sustainably harvested bamboo. Durable compressed-wood base. Lacquer finish protects the wood and is easy to wipe clean. Fits most standard kitchen drawers.
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MrSix
January 4, 2014
Has owned product for:1 - 5 years
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? No
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Don't buy - Poor track record
January 4, 2014
I've gone through 2 Williams Sonoma expandable flatware trays and can say that WS does not have a good track record in offering a quality product to meet this need.
The problem with these expandable trays is that the corners of the outer frame are weak. When you open and close your drawer, the product is going to slide around inside. This sliding causes the flatware tray to push against the weak outer frame. Eventually the corners will separate and fall apart.
I'm not going to waste my money on another one of these expandable trays and am going to look elsewhere for a solid (non-expandable) tray designed to fit my drawer space.
If you do decide to purchase, I recommend you find a way to brace your tray inside the drawer so it can't slide around. I've thought about cutting a strip of plywood to fill the outer frame game under the tray, and hiding some wood blocks in the back of the drawer, but that just seems like too much work.
Cons: Quality, durability, Fragile, Unreliable
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Farceuse
Los Angeles
Posted January 7, 2014
Try drawer liner
I'd get some of the grippy Rubbermaid shelf/drawer liner for the bottom of the drawer. That should keep it from sliding. Easy-peasy.
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