This is a nice product if you don't have heavy pans. Also, the width is not enough that you can mount into 2 studs (standard spacing). Instead, I mounted the top screw (only one, unfortunately) into a stud, and used anchors to mount the 2 screws on the bottom level. This works ok because the pressure on the bottom anchors is all downward, and the drywall can handle that pretty well. The pressure on the top screw is all outward (pulling away from the wall), so it needed to be in a stud so it would not pull out of the drywalll. This would be an ok design if the backplane of the top level wasn't so flimsy. The screw is in the middle of that strip of metal, and when the pans are hanging on the bottom level, the top backplane's outer edges pull away from the wall, making it looks particularly precarious. If you can mount this so a very sturdy wall (or maybe on a strip of wood that is screwed into studs), that would be desirable. If I had time, I would modify the top backplane with 2 more holes (one on left and right) and anchor those into the wall too. The whole thing tilts away from the wall as it is. I hope this helps. If you have cheap (light) pans, this will probably be wonderful.
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