Zero Gravity Magnetic Spice Rack

by Mike

Zero Gravity Magnetic Spice Rack
In nearly ever kitchen, space is at a premium. I mean, you’ve got the obligatory cabinets, toaster, microwave, fridge, oven, Margaritaville Daiquiri maker, etc. Being able to save space is awesome. The Zero Gravity Magnetic Spice Rack helps you save some space. Therefore, if my math is correct, it’s awesome. :P

The spice rack comes with the mounting tools and supplies, and hopefully installation isn’t to bad, as I can’t see many people who will be willing to drill into their granite or tile counter walls just to save a wee bit o space.

By having canisters both on top and below, you’re getting twice the storage space. A locking mechanism prevents anything from spilling all over your counter and there’s an “easy pour” system that has close/locked, sprinkle, and all-out pour settings. (I tried to make it sound interesting there, it’s really not. I tried though) All the canisters are air-tight for freshness and have little windows so you can ensure you’re never without garlic or cinnamon. I know I hate it when that happens.

If you’re not so great at identifying spices by sight, which I can understand as I would probably fail at that task, you can use the included stickers to label the canisters individually. Or, you could pull a real crazy move and just pick a spice randomly! Oh, I’m excited now!

You can get either a 6 can Zero Gravity Magnetic Spice Rack for a reasonable $23 or the 12 can version for $36.

Product Page – [via Appliancist]

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