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GARMENT RAIL single £5.99 / double 11.99 @ Poundstrecher in-store

£5.99 @ Poundstretcher
Single - L43cmxW85cmxH170cm Double is same as above .. but has 2 rails. Height adjustment hanging rail approx 170cm Castors for easy manoeuvrabilty Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Single - L43cmxW85cmxH170cm
Double is same as above .. but has 2 rails.

Height adjustment hanging rail approx 170cm
Castors for easy manoeuvrabilty
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#1
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http://www.poundstretcher.co.uk/garment-rack
http://www.poundstretcher.co.uk/deluxe-garment-rail

Would suggest to get the deluxe garment rail, that single rail garment rack looks flimsy & won't hold much before it collapses.
#3
I had 6 of these temporary till my wardrobe was built they all bent, broke or wouldn't stand up straight. I would say i over packed either. Only really good for car boot sales.

Edited By: MichITR on Sep 13, 2016 07:10
#4
Avoid total rubbish
#5
Absolute rubbish poorly costructed and goodness forbid you put heavier garments on them.
#6
best to get one with a cover as otherwise you keep dusting each garment from time to time
#7
damster
Absolute rubbish poorly costructed and goodness forbid you put heavier garments on them.
For the money, it is good. If not strong, instead of criticising here is how to better it positively: apply some "Blue Peter" skill and strap some scrap wood or cane sticks for little or no money or even metal angle brackets for a few quid to make it strong enough for all heavy coats if you want to.
1 Like #8
Thanks, need a new pull up bar
#9
These are rubbish, the Ikea ones are quite good.
#10
splender
damster
Absolute rubbish poorly costructed and goodness forbid you put heavier garments on them.
For the money, it is good. If not strong, instead of criticising here is how to better it positively: apply some "Blue Peter" skill and strap some scrap wood or cane sticks for little or no money or even metal angle brackets for a few quid to make it strong enough for all heavy coats if you want to.

People need to know what they are buying. It's no good when the hang clothes on buckles and breaks. I took two back to Argos which were very similar, not fit for purpose. actually warning people of the shoddy construction, saving people the hassle of returning them. Or hopefully not destroying clothes. Is right and it's actually called constructive criticism. When people say the same thing take it as a sign these rails aren't up to satisfactory quality no matter how "blue peter" sticky backed plastic you go on them.

Oh and for the suggestion go on eBay and search for heavy duty rails. Typically the ones used in clothing shops. Can't go wrong with one!

Next....
#11
Total rubbish, better to pay extra and purchase the heavy duty clothes rails
#12
It is a good deal no doubt. Cant expext much for the amount of money. Bought my single one from Argos for £8.99 or £9.99 3 years ago.. Still going strong

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