Glass Rod Holder

$23.95 USD
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Item# 79012
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Product Features

  • Features 79 compartments
  • Keep all your tools and rods within arms reach
  • Measures 10-1/2" diameter x 6" high

Product Description

Keep glass rods organized and easy to find. Four tier rotating rod holder has 72 openings plus 7 larger compartments along the base. 10-1/2" diameter by 6" high. Tools and supplies sold separately.

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  •   Nice item that is very helpful
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Pros : Spins smoothly and holds many tools and glass rods
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : My daughter loves this item and it does exactly what it should.
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