Tiered Wire Bottle Rack, 3 Compartments - Black
- Powder coated black wire is durable for heavy use.
- Tiered shelf design gives easy access to all bottles.
- (3) tiers to hold most bottle sizes.
Bottle Organizer with Tiered Shelves
This condiment rack, bottle organizer features (3) tiered shelves. These shelves allow users to place up to (3) bottles in the unit, while holding them at different levels to make sure they don't interfere with one another. A syrup holder is a perfect bottle organizer for bars, cafés, restaurants, and even cafeterias. This wire rack is sturdy and built to last. This bottle organizer features a wire frame that has been powder coated to give it a sleek, black finish. This wire display can also be used to organize popular condiments like ketchup or hot sauce. Easily fitting in with any location, this bottle organizer, also known as a countertop holder and a restaurant condiment rack, would make a great addition to your business. Buy this wire organizer for your employee lounge to keep countertop free of clutter.
The bottle organizer also features an interlocking design. Users can combine these racks together to offer even more of a selection to your customers or employees. Simply slide one unit on top of the other with the permanently affixed tabs on the side. This bar display, bottle organizer is great for displaying containers with flavor shots for both bars and cafés. Simply place the cup under the spigot of the bottle, and press down to add the flavor! This bottle organizer, like a syrup rack and a bar bottle holder, gives patrons and employees more flavor options, displayed in a convenient style that anyone can appreciate.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||4.3" x 78.0" x 13.3"|
|Pocket Width x Height x Depth||3.4" x 3.4" x 1.9"|
|Line or Series||Metal Wire Condiment Caddies|
|Placement Type||Counter / Tabletop|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Nickel Compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.