undermount drawer slide
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Along with all the other random stuff that is "out of stock", apparently Blum undermount slides next to impossible to get. I have a client insisting on undermount slides but all I can find are off-brand ones on amazon. Does anyone have any experience with any of the brands currently available on Amazon? There's YENUO, Silverline, OCG, and some with no brand listed.
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  Re: undermount drawer slide by mr_skittle (Along with all the o...)
(01-04-2022, 08:59 PM)mr_skittle Wrote: Along with all the other random stuff that is "out of stock", apparently Blum undermount slides next to impossible to get. I have a client insisting on undermount slides but all I can find are off-brand ones on amazon. Does anyone have any experience with any of the brands currently available on Amazon? There's YENUO, Silverline, OCG, and some with no brand listed.

Woodworker's Hardware has Salice, Hettich and KV undermounts. https://www.wwhardware.com/shop-hardware...wer-slides
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  Re: undermount drawer slide by mr_skittle (Along with all the o...)
(01-04-2022, 08:59 PM)mr_skittle Wrote: Along with all the other random stuff that is "out of stock", apparently Blum undermount slides next to impossible to get. I have a client insisting on undermount slides but all I can find are off-brand ones on amazon. Does anyone have any experience with any of the brands currently available on Amazon? There's YENUO, Silverline, OCG, and some with no brand listed.


WW Hardware shows what they have in stock.  I've used KV muV soft close undermounts and their release levers.  For all practical purposed they work the same as Blum.  WWH also carries Hettich and Salice.  

John
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  Re: undermount drawer slide by mr_skittle (Along with all the o...)
Thanks a lot guys! This Woodworker's Hardware site is new to me. It looks like I'll be able to get exactly what I need.
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  Re: undermount drawer slide by mr_skittle (Along with all the o...)
(01-04-2022, 08:59 PM)mr_skittle Wrote: Along with all the other random stuff that is "out of stock", apparently Blum undermount slides next to impossible to get. I have a client insisting on undermount slides but all I can find are off-brand ones on amazon. Does anyone have any experience with any of the brands currently available on Amazon? There's YENUO, Silverline, OCG, and some with no brand listed.

Join the club! I have 25 sets of Blum undermounts on order from Woodworker Express - Backordered until March. Luckily that's more or less in line with when I'll be ready for them.
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  Re: undermount drawer slide by mr_skittle (Along with all the o...)
It seems that Woodworker Hardware doesn't have a single undermount available, even though the website says otherwise. I called customer service and he barely let me finish talking before he informed me that they have nothing. And to top it off, he wouldn't even give me a date when they might be in.

So now I'm back to my OG question of whether or not anyone has experience with the knock-off slides on Amazon?
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  Re: undermount drawer slide by mr_skittle (Along with all the o...)
Woodworker's Express apparently has Grass and Knape & Vogt in stock, but call first.

https://www.woodworkerexpress.com/Underm...er-Slides/
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  Re: RE: undermount drawer slide by Cooler ([b]Woodworker's Expr...)
(01-14-2022, 02:13 PM)Cooler Wrote: Woodworker's Express apparently has Grass and Knape & Vogt in stock, but call first.

https://www.woodworkerexpress.com/Underm...er-Slides/


Thanks a TON. I was able to order some. The stock is extremely limited but I was lucky enough to find exactly what I needed. Their website is nice and up to date, unlike WW Hardware which has all their slides I looked at listed as available.
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