• VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
  • VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
  • VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
  • VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
  • VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
  • VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.
VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.

VIGO Stainless Steel Bottom Grid, 27.75-in. x 16.75-in.

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  • Chrome-plated stainless steel construction
  • Dimensions: 27.75-in. L x 16.75-in. W x 1-in. D, Corner Radius .625-in.
  • Recommended for use with VIGO VG3019B and VGR3019C Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks
  • Comes with vinyl feet and protective bumpers
  • Protects sink from scratches and general daily use
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Customer Reviews

Excellent low cost alternative for my Blanco sink Extremely happy with this! I have a Blanco sink and the cost for their grids is just out of my willing to pay for budget. While there is nothing that fit my sink dimensions exactly this came super close so I thought I'd give it a try. Price was reasonable and if it did not work there was always a return option. Luckily it works perfectly. It is just at tiny bit narrower than my sink bowl but you would be hard pressed to tell its not made for it. I like these types of grids so much better than the rubber ones I started with one of those but hated all the stuff that would get trapped under it and having to lift it up and rinse all the time. These stainless steel grids are the way to go. Has been in sink almost 6 months now and looks as good as they day I put it in there. The rubber feet are solidly attached. It;s a nice height to keep things off sink with a good clearance but not so high it takes up a lot of room away from sink bowl. If this fits your sink highly recommend! 5Decent product, but more a luxury than a necessity. I purchased this sink grid after several people suggested "I absolutely needed one" for my new stainless steel sink. While it should be apparent from the measurements, no where does the product description actually mention what size sink it actually fits. I purchased this sink: http://amzn.com/B00352VAEU and the 29" grid fits like a glove.Pros:~ Basically prevents any scratches, dents, dings, or other damage to the sink from heavy/cast-iron pots and pans.~ Useful to use after washing all the dishes. Load them back into the sink and let them all drip-dry directly into the sink/down the drain. No need for the counter space hogging drying rack anymore.~ All the support feet are wrapped with a rubber pad so it lays down into the sink nice and solidly. Its a perfect fit for my 32" sink, tucking perfectly into the corners and along the sides.Cons:~ If you are like me, after you are done washing you scrub down the sink with the back of a sponge. This keeps the stainless steel sink clean and mostly stain free. However, you will obviously need to remove this grid in order to do that. It's a minor hassle, especially when its wet because you have to find an appropriate place to store a dripping wet rack.~ Small items can fall through the grid. Generally, the grid pattern is pretty small, but items like silverware and small utensils will fall through or can become tangled in the grid like in a dishwasher. Again, a minor inconvenience, but slightly annoying if you are used to being completely unencumbered by a naked sink.Summary:Overall, I like having the grid in the sink because it is preventing me from completely destroying the stainless finish. The small complaints I have are not deal breakers, especially since I got this on sale for $24 when it is normally more than twice that. Though it does make some aspects of a stainless sink simpler, it is certainly a luxury which you can probably live without. If it was normally $25, I would rate it 5 stars, but for $50 I think the price:value ratio is just a little off for a 5 star product. 4It was a perfect fit! I recently installed a new sink, black enameled cast iron. As it's larger than my old sink (acrylic), my old stainless sink grids were too small. I went searching for new ones that fit my sink. The manufacturer made a set specifically for the sink, but at $54 each, I almost had a heart attack! I started searching for a less expensive set, in the dimensions I needed. Not only did it seem impossible to find the right size, but the cost was outrageous. Since when did simple stainless sink racks become so expensive? Is there a shortage of materials? But I digress.I kept searching for days, and then I came across this one. I read the reviews, and was concerned about the size issue some people had. I measured and remeasured, to be sure. I finally pulled the plug and ordered 2. When they arrived, I was extremely impressed with the quality!! They were much more robust than my old ones, heavier, and stronger. Plus they came with many extra bumpers and feet...impressed again! Then I held my breath as I tried one in the sink... It was a perfect fit!! I grabbed the other one and put it in, stood back, and admired the racks. The holes even lined up perfectly! Funny how you can get excited over sink racks. LOL!!I've been using them now for a month, have run them thru the dishwasher several times a week, and I am still very impressed with them. They're quite strong, they don't bow under heavy pans or dishes. I would call them heavy duty compared to the typical ones you find for this price. I did move the bumpers to better locations for my specific sink, and I rotated them so I see the silver frame...instead of the black bumpers. Food bits are easy to rinse off, and the dishwasher keeps them like new. Given the quality, I expect that they'll probably last 15-20 years. But only time will tell on that one.I only have one complaint, and it's just a personal preference thing. I'm used to being able to rinse plates and stand them upright on the rack to drip before putting them in the dishwasher. The grates on my old racks were raised running front to back in the sink...this would hold the plates safely upright. Unfortunately these racks have the grates running opposite. The grates running left to right are over the top of the ones going front to back. No more plate dripping...which I DO miss! However, the racks are awesome, so it's a minor thing to get used to.I highly recommend this rack to anyone who wants a solid, well made, high quality rack. At $23, I feel its a fair price for what you get!!! 5Actually 15-in by 16-in. The schematic at the Amazon listing shows, VIGO model VGG1516 with the dimensions 15" x 15.75". When received the model number matched. But, the size was 15" x 16". Confirmed by product sheet in the box.The .25 inch does not allow the grid to fit the bottom of the sink. Workmanship quality looks fine. Will keep and use until locate correct size needed. 2Absolutely Perfect in Every Way ! I am so happy to have found this grid! It is not only a perfect fit for the large side of my 70/30 Nantucket sink, it is identical (quality, design, & hole placement) to the small grid that shipped w/the sink. (See photo) While it's strange that a 16 gauge high-end stainless steel sink would have a grid for only the small side, I accepted that concessions are to be expected when purchasing "overstock" items at bargain prices. Thanks to Amazon, my sink is now fully equipped & totally protected! No one will ever suspect this grid was not originally supplied by the manufacturer. 5Be careful with the sizing Is there a reason why the name of this item cannot contain the correct size? I ordered a different size at first, which didn't fit because it was actually a half inch larger than the name implies. Kudos to Amazon for their super easy returns; however the return of the first grid would not have been necessary if Vigo had listed the correct sizing in the first place. Yes, I know that if you read the through the description it does list the extra 1/2 inch, but if you have done a search for a specific size and already know what you want, you probably aren't going to read through the description to ensure the stated size is correct.Sizing issues aside, this grid is exactly what I wanted. With a brand new kitchen remodel just completed, I want to keep things as nice as possible for as long as possible. This grid will help keep my shiny new sink nice for a long time. I'm pleased to have found this at such a reasonable price. 4Size description misleading Item was described as 12" x 15" on title, however, the actual dimensions are 12" x 15 1/2". The box says 12 x 15, and the cut sheet included with the item says 12" x 15 1/2". Make sure you measure carefully. When I placed this grid in our sink, it would not reach the sink bottom because it was 1/2" longer than what I expected. The grid will "cradle" in the sink, but the "feet" are 1/4" shy of resting on the sink bottom. The item description should be consistent with the actual size. 2It is almost like new. This has really kept my sink from being stained. I used to have just the mat and liquids,etc would get caught under even though I washed dishes daily. This lets everything flow into the drain smoothly. I have an Ikea sink and the drain is off centered and apparently (according to my searches and message boards I read) the type of Ikea sink I have is not a standard drain placement and isn't made anymore so it almost impossible to find a matching grate. My drain sits just to the left of the whole but I have found that isn't an issue and in fact it keeps spoons and forks from slipping down the drain. I thought it would bother me more aesthetically but I've gotten used to it and the benefits out way the unmatched drain whole. I also wasn't sure the material was actually stainless steel but after almost a year there is no rust or wear on the joints or the rubber bumpers and feet. It is almost like new. 5Good quality grid This grid is very nice, heavy duty, rubber caps for the legs and washers for the sides and a replacement set. Fit is perfect in the sink - I used a soft tape measure and measured the inside bottom several times before deciding on this one and I couldn t be happier. This is for our under mount 60/40 sink and the top sink measures are 15 3/4 by 18 1/2 for the larger side. 5Great Bottom Basin Rack.....Photo Needs Updating.... Grid Design is completely different than photo shown ! After being in the Kitchen & Bath business for 30 years, this rack is very well made, fits my sink D-shaped sink with offset drain perfectly, at a price you can't beat ... These bottom basin racks are usually very expensive. However, being in the design business I pay great attention to detail.. The grid design shown is completely different than the one I received.... You need to update your photo. I tried attaching a photo, but it wouldn't let me ! 5
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Excellent low cost alternative for my Blanco sink Extremely happy with this! I have a Blanco sink and the cost for their grids is just out of my willing to pay for budget. While there is nothing that fit my sink dimensions exactly this came super close so I thought I'd give it a try. Price was reasonable and if it did not work there was always a return option. Luckily it works perfectly. It is just at tiny bit narrower than my sink bowl but you would be hard pressed to tell its not made for it. I like these types of grids so much better than the rubber ones I started with one of those but hated all the stuff that would get trapped under it and having to lift it up and rinse all the time. These stainless steel grids are the way to go. Has been in sink almost 6 months now and looks as good as they day I put it in there. The rubber feet are solidly attached. It;s a nice height to keep things off sink with a good clearance but not so high it takes up a lot of room away from sink bowl. If this fits your sink highly recommend! 5Decent product, but more a luxury than a necessity. I purchased this sink grid after several people suggested "I absolutely needed one" for my new stainless steel sink. While it should be apparent from the measurements, no where does the product description actually mention what size sink it actually fits. I purchased this sink: http://amzn.com/B00352VAEU and the 29" grid fits like a glove.Pros:~ Basically prevents any scratches, dents, dings, or other damage to the sink from heavy/cast-iron pots and pans.~ Useful to use after washing all the dishes. Load them back into the sink and let them all drip-dry directly into the sink/down the drain. No need for the counter space hogging drying rack anymore.~ All the support feet are wrapped with a rubber pad so it lays down into the sink nice and solidly. Its a perfect fit for my 32" sink, tucking perfectly into the corners and along the sides.Cons:~ If you are like me, after you are done washing you scrub down the sink with the back of a sponge. This keeps the stainless steel sink clean and mostly stain free. However, you will obviously need to remove this grid in order to do that. It's a minor hassle, especially when its wet because you have to find an appropriate place to store a dripping wet rack.~ Small items can fall through the grid. Generally, the grid pattern is pretty small, but items like silverware and small utensils will fall through or can become tangled in the grid like in a dishwasher. Again, a minor inconvenience, but slightly annoying if you are used to being completely unencumbered by a naked sink.Summary:Overall, I like having the grid in the sink because it is preventing me from completely destroying the stainless finish. The small complaints I have are not deal breakers, especially since I got this on sale for $24 when it is normally more than twice that. Though it does make some aspects of a stainless sink simpler, it is certainly a luxury which you can probably live without. If it was normally $25, I would rate it 5 stars, but for $50 I think the price:value ratio is just a little off for a 5 star product. 4It was a perfect fit! I recently installed a new sink, black enameled cast iron. As it's larger than my old sink (acrylic), my old stainless sink grids were too small. I went searching for new ones that fit my sink. The manufacturer made a set specifically for the sink, but at $54 each, I almost had a heart attack! I started searching for a less expensive set, in the dimensions I needed. Not only did it seem impossible to find the right size, but the cost was outrageous. Since when did simple stainless sink racks become so expensive? Is there a shortage of materials? But I digress.I kept searching for days, and then I came across this one. I read the reviews, and was concerned about the size issue some people had. I measured and remeasured, to be sure. I finally pulled the plug and ordered 2. When they arrived, I was extremely impressed with the quality!! They were much more robust than my old ones, heavier, and stronger. Plus they came with many extra bumpers and feet...impressed again! Then I held my breath as I tried one in the sink... It was a perfect fit!! I grabbed the other one and put it in, stood back, and admired the racks. The holes even lined up perfectly! Funny how you can get excited over sink racks. LOL!!I've been using them now for a month, have run them thru the dishwasher several times a week, and I am still very impressed with them. They're quite strong, they don't bow under heavy pans or dishes. I would call them heavy duty compared to the typical ones you find for this price. I did move the bumpers to better locations for my specific sink, and I rotated them so I see the silver frame...instead of the black bumpers. Food bits are easy to rinse off, and the dishwasher keeps them like new. Given the quality, I expect that they'll probably last 15-20 years. But only time will tell on that one.I only have one complaint, and it's just a personal preference thing. I'm used to being able to rinse plates and stand them upright on the rack to drip before putting them in the dishwasher. The grates on my old racks were raised running front to back in the sink...this would hold the plates safely upright. Unfortunately these racks have the grates running opposite. The grates running left to right are over the top of the ones going front to back. No more plate dripping...which I DO miss! However, the racks are awesome, so it's a minor thing to get used to.I highly recommend this rack to anyone who wants a solid, well made, high quality rack. At $23, I feel its a fair price for what you get!!! 5Actually 15-in by 16-in. The schematic at the Amazon listing shows, VIGO model VGG1516 with the dimensions 15" x 15.75". When received the model number matched. But, the size was 15" x 16". Confirmed by product sheet in the box.The .25 inch does not allow the grid to fit the bottom of the sink. Workmanship quality looks fine. Will keep and use until locate correct size needed. 2Absolutely Perfect in Every Way ! I am so happy to have found this grid! It is not only a perfect fit for the large side of my 70/30 Nantucket sink, it is identical (quality, design, & hole placement) to the small grid that shipped w/the sink. (See photo) While it's strange that a 16 gauge high-end stainless steel sink would have a grid for only the small side, I accepted that concessions are to be expected when purchasing "overstock" items at bargain prices. Thanks to Amazon, my sink is now fully equipped & totally protected! No one will ever suspect this grid was not originally supplied by the manufacturer. 5Be careful with the sizing Is there a reason why the name of this item cannot contain the correct size? I ordered a different size at first, which didn't fit because it was actually a half inch larger than the name implies. Kudos to Amazon for their super easy returns; however the return of the first grid would not have been necessary if Vigo had listed the correct sizing in the first place. Yes, I know that if you read the through the description it does list the extra 1/2 inch, but if you have done a search for a specific size and already know what you want, you probably aren't going to read through the description to ensure the stated size is correct.Sizing issues aside, this grid is exactly what I wanted. With a brand new kitchen remodel just completed, I want to keep things as nice as possible for as long as possible. This grid will help keep my shiny new sink nice for a long time. I'm pleased to have found this at such a reasonable price. 4Size description misleading Item was described as 12" x 15" on title, however, the actual dimensions are 12" x 15 1/2". The box says 12 x 15, and the cut sheet included with the item says 12" x 15 1/2". Make sure you measure carefully. When I placed this grid in our sink, it would not reach the sink bottom because it was 1/2" longer than what I expected. The grid will "cradle" in the sink, but the "feet" are 1/4" shy of resting on the sink bottom. The item description should be consistent with the actual size. 2It is almost like new. This has really kept my sink from being stained. I used to have just the mat and liquids,etc would get caught under even though I washed dishes daily. This lets everything flow into the drain smoothly. I have an Ikea sink and the drain is off centered and apparently (according to my searches and message boards I read) the type of Ikea sink I have is not a standard drain placement and isn't made anymore so it almost impossible to find a matching grate. My drain sits just to the left of the whole but I have found that isn't an issue and in fact it keeps spoons and forks from slipping down the drain. I thought it would bother me more aesthetically but I've gotten used to it and the benefits out way the unmatched drain whole. I also wasn't sure the material was actually stainless steel but after almost a year there is no rust or wear on the joints or the rubber bumpers and feet. It is almost like new. 5Good quality grid This grid is very nice, heavy duty, rubber caps for the legs and washers for the sides and a replacement set. Fit is perfect in the sink - I used a soft tape measure and measured the inside bottom several times before deciding on this one and I couldn t be happier. This is for our under mount 60/40 sink and the top sink measures are 15 3/4 by 18 1/2 for the larger side. 5Great Bottom Basin Rack.....Photo Needs Updating.... Grid Design is completely different than photo shown ! After being in the Kitchen & Bath business for 30 years, this rack is very well made, fits my sink D-shaped sink with offset drain perfectly, at a price you can't beat ... These bottom basin racks are usually very expensive. However, being in the design business I pay great attention to detail.. The grid design shown is completely different than the one I received.... You need to update your photo. I tried attaching a photo, but it wouldn't let me ! 5
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