DIY 5 Hook Coat Rack in Natural or Mahogany 99p @ Home Bargains
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DIY 5 Hook Coat Rack in Natural or Mahogany 99p @ Home Bargains

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Found 15th May 2012
Great price.

You can't go wrong for less than £1 !

eg. "How's it hanging? On an attractive coat rack sturdily attached to my wall, thanks". This simple, traditionally-styled coat rack is as affordable as it is practical. Hang your coats, jackets, bags and hats in a convenient and space-saving way. It can even be placed in bedrooms, for dressing gowns and robes. Tip: for those of us who are constantly losing our keys, it's a great place to hang them!

Features:

DIY 5 Hook Coat Rack
Natural wood design
Comes with screws for wall mounting
Five double hangers
Wooden base measures aprox. 50cm x 6.5cm
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Heated, Do you know how much delivery is for this, £0.50 or £2.99 or more?

Delivery to store is free
Just checked, £2.99 so best to collect from stores


edit - just looked, it can't be reserved for collection so best to just pay the store a visit
You can also get these in poundland if like me there are no home bargins near you.
Put one of these in the garage to hang my gardening coat on.after time one hook snapped the other hook just bent downwards.
toycollector

Put one of these in the garage to hang my gardening coat on.after time … Put one of these in the garage to hang my gardening coat on.after time one hook snapped the other hook just bent downwards.



Agreed. The quality of the hooks on these very poor and they snap very easily - they are not fit for their intended purpose!
Crap.

Don't be cheap and spend a little more for something which can do what its name suggests.
Hot for me. Been looking for one of these for a while and for 99p, happy to give it a go.
I put one up about a month ago, bought from Home Bargains. Still holding up with reasonable clothing weight hung off it. It appears made of a soft wood, the hooks are firmly screwed down. Disagree as least in my opinion it's cheap in quality, only cheap in price. To use that awful phrase, it's a great solution at this price.
Seriously don't bother. The hooks will snap. As already posted "not fit for purpose".
Oooo excellent for meh winter coats.
Yep, all the top hooks bent down then snapped on mine. Serves me right for being a tight **** I suppose.
We got one - all the hooks snapped in the first 3 days lol - the hooks are plastic which is coated to look like metal
Don't they come with a standard 1 year guarantee?
buy Cheap, buy twice!
This is doing well! I am still weighing up the this vs some nails in the wall.

Nails = cheaper and according to some comments stronger than the hooks
Hooks = only a quid and look nicer than nails

The current state of affairs is no longer tenable. Leaving my coats in a pile on the floor, means the Cat pees on them. Which means when I go to to the Post Office I smell like a tramp.
Supermod
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Mine were not plastic, just cheap metal.
M1sterDeeds

This is doing well! I am still weighing up the this vs some nails in the … This is doing well! I am still weighing up the this vs some nails in the wall.Nails = cheaper and according to some comments stronger than the hooksHooks = only a quid and look nicer than nailsThe current state of affairs is no longer tenable. Leaving my coats in a pile on the floor, means the Cat pees on them. Which means when I go to to the Post Office I smell like a tramp.


Save yourself 99p.
It's called a "Coat rack"........NO WAY.
Nails will last, unless the only thing you want to hang is your jock strap!!
Edited by: "toycollector" 16th May 2012
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