From Ascot DIY
- These shelves are sturdy and give the appearance of being likely to survive the rough and tumble of a kitchen. The baskets are chrome plated and 70mm narrower than the space they are designed to fit (i.e. 230mm for a 300mm fitting). The mechanisms are quite heavy. The support brackets have lots of holes drilled in them, which means that the mounting screws can be placed almost anywhere. This makes it possible both to avoid/use existing holes and, if desired, put in lots of screws. The shelves screw down onto the runners using mounting clips. The thickness of the runners means that 31mm of the usable height of the cupboard is lost at the edges. However, where shelves are one on top of another, which is the usual set-up, only about 16mm of the usable height of the cupboad is lost over the actual usable area of the shelf.
The instructions are fairly clear but (as is often the case) have not words, just pictures and include few dimensions.
The soft close works and they pull out almost to the point where the whole basket is out of the cupboard.