VADANIA is a global hardware trading company. We have a mature production line and R&D technology. The company mainly focuses on residential drawer slides, industrial drawer slides, kitchen & household hardware and fittings, woodworking tools and vanlife accessory. VADANIA mainly targets Europe, America, Japan, Russia and other consumer markets. The brand was founded in 2015, and since then it has upheld the philosophy that “Safer and stronger hardware for better life”. Its business covers all over the world.
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William R Ferry –
Just what the drawer needed
Kim Kae Eli –
Good product; just didnЃft work for my cabinet drawers
victor l. –
I was leary of the price and some of the complaints I had read about these, but I took a chance and purchased 2 sets for some new cabinets I had built for my bar. I was going to go with Liberty slides which I had used in my kitchen cabinets, but 20″ slides were almost 3 times as much as the Prime Lines. The Prime lines worked great. Easy install and smooth operation all the way down to the self-closing. Just as good as the Liberty. If you have never installed drawer slides before you may have a problem since there are no directions with this product. I took the time to pre-drill all the holes and had no problem with the screws. All parts were complete and correct. A good product for a great price. I will purchase more when I build my pantry cabinets.
This works as plan came together, I used these rollers for a heavy bottom drawer, I prefer the wheel rollers over the ball bearing slides.. Easy to pull out the drawer, just lift a little at the back of the drawer and it comes right out for access behind and under.. I will be ordering more and various sizes again.. Thanks Jo
Al Savage –
I’ve been replacing a lot of these on some 2nd-hand furniture I picked up recently, and halfway through, I bought these instead of Richelieu’s version. One thing I noticed immediately is that the Richelieu product has all four pieces stamped: DR, DL, CR, CL for drawer and cabinet left/right.Now, since I’d already installed a bunch of them, that lack was not a big deal, but if I had these when just starting the job, I’d have had to stare at them a while to figure out which goes where. I appreciated the Richelieu version more when I had to begin doing that!Overall, they seem to mount and work OK.