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Wall Mounted Bike Hanger - 99p + £3.99 postage @ Planet X
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Wall Mounted Bike Hanger - 99p + £3.99 postage @ Planet X

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Posted 15th Sep

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Not sure on the original price but it’s cheap and there’s the option of fixed or folding
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Getting your bikes up off the the floor and onto the wall is a sure fire way to clear up a whole load of space in your house. The Jobsworth Wall Mounted Bike Hanger is perfect for this.

Simple and effective, this bike rack mounts with just four wall anchor bolts/screws. Find a space in the house where you can drill into blick or a wooden joist and you're golden. Wall fixings not supplied.

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jasee15/09/2019 19:54

How does this work?



38468530-6j80s.jpgMade a big difference in my single internal garage
3.99 postage so not 99p
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3.99 postage so not 99p
Tempted. Any one with experience of company or product?
hamster_250015/09/2019 17:09

Tempted. Any one with experience of company or product?


Yep, I've got a few. Same thing is sold by lots of shops, eg wiggle/CRC under X tools or lifeline branding. It's ok for road bikes through to 2.3ish tyres. I haven't tried it on a plus bike.


Really helps tidy the garage.
square7215/09/2019 17:06

3.99 postage so not 99p


3.99 no matter how many you order though. I could do with 4 of these...just need to make the space...
any benefit to fixed over folding?
I've got 2 of these in my garage and they are brilliant! Worth the delivery charge!
This is a duplicate
Was interested then.looked at the pics....I have 6 bikes , 2 in the garage on ceiling joists using pulley storage and another 4 in a garden outbuilding placed parallel to the wall in a staggered configuration, these 4 currently take up less room than using these where any bike will project a good 2-3 feet out from the wall.

Maybe useful for others that don't have the space to stagger their bikes.
How does this work?
Edited by: "jasee" 15th Sep
jasee15/09/2019 19:54

How does this work?



38468530-6j80s.jpgMade a big difference in my single internal garage
hamster_250015/09/2019 17:09

Tempted. Any one with experience of company or product?


Use them all the time, usually for flash sale items. Base layers are excellent value, gloves etc. Oh, and the helmets are absolute bargains.
Edited by: "quakerphil" 15th Sep
OnetimePadwah15/09/2019 20:15

[Image] Made a big difference in my single internal garage



thanks, it looks like they hook round the front wheel ?
Edited by: "jasee" 15th Sep
Saved 4 the morning.
Edited by: "ssc1" 15th Sep
Dave_Legg15/09/2019 18:26

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Religious discussions aren't allowed on this site. The Mods will come over you like a tonne of bricks
hamster_250015/09/2019 17:09

Tempted. Any one with experience of company or product?


I have these, both the fixed and folding type, they are great, especially for the price. The folding ones I got have a rubber cap in the hook, which frequently slides off,but it's not a real issue. I think I picked mine up in a pack of 4 from eBay at about £2 each including postage and packaging
mwa15/09/2019 19:09

Was interested then.looked at the pics....I have 6 bikes , 2 in the garage …Was interested then.looked at the pics....I have 6 bikes , 2 in the garage on ceiling joists using pulley storage and another 4 in a garden outbuilding placed parallel to the wall in a staggered configuration, these 4 currently take up less room than using these where any bike will project a good 2-3 feet out from the wall.Maybe useful for others that don't have the space to stagger their bikes.


4 bikes, with one above another, would take up about 3.6m in length. Using a vertical systems like this you can install them at 400mm centres and off set the height, 1500mm and 1700mm from the bottom of the hooks fixing plate to the floor. So 4 bikes at 400mm centres with 300mm clearance at either end would take 1.8m in length and project about 1.1m, you then need about another 1.4m in front for access.
You have to angle the bike towards right. So don’t put these where there is no space towards right. And use your own plugs as lot of complaints about plugs. Screws are ok
If someone wants convenience of amazon Relaxdays Set Of 2 Bicycle Holders, Wall-Mount, For Bike Wall Storage, Tyre Holders, Black amazon.co.uk/dp/…4TI
Edited by: "jackie_chan" 16th Sep
I have two of these in the garage and have just ordered 10 more (with some for friends).
Great way to store my bikes and easy to access.
Brilliant. Just ordered 5. Good reason to buy a new bike ( if my wife is on here I promise I'll sell one first )
Nearly ordered some, but don't need them.
Why am I still tempted?
When hukd hooks you in, they never let go.
Thanks for posting @Davis110292 and a belated welcome to hotukdeals
We have added this to today's Highlights page
Just what the doctor ordered...
andywedge16/09/2019 20:31

Thanks for posting @Davis110292 and a belated welcome to hotukdeals We …Thanks for posting @Davis110292 and a belated welcome to hotukdeals We have added this to today's Highlights page


Thanks. First post so probably missing some info, but I know for next time
Does the rear wheel have to be on the ground for these to work i.e. help take the weight of the bike?

I am guessing you can't put the bracket high on a wall and 'hang' the bike off it?
RM0216/09/2019 20:48

Does the rear wheel have to be on the ground for these to work i.e. help …Does the rear wheel have to be on the ground for these to work i.e. help take the weight of the bike?I am guessing you can't put the bracket high on a wall and 'hang' the bike off it?

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hamster_250015/09/2019 17:09

Tempted. Any one with experience of company or product?


I ordered helmet, glasses, a couple bike bags, a leather saddle and pump. All great apart from pump.


Helmet is excellent for £20. Road-helmet
RM0216/09/2019 20:48

Does the rear wheel have to be on the ground for these to work i.e. help …Does the rear wheel have to be on the ground for these to work i.e. help take the weight of the bike?I am guessing you can't put the bracket high on a wall and 'hang' the bike off it?


I haven't got one but I'm pretty sure the whole bike hangs from the bracket (i.e. both wheels off).
mwa15/09/2019 19:09

Was interested then.looked at the pics....I have 6 bikes , 2 in the garage …Was interested then.looked at the pics....I have 6 bikes , 2 in the garage on ceiling joists using pulley storage and another 4 in a garden outbuilding placed parallel to the wall in a staggered configuration, these 4 currently take up less room than using these where any bike will project a good 2-3 feet out from the wall.Maybe useful for others that don't have the space to stagger their bikes.


N+1
OnetimePadwah15/09/2019 20:15

[Image] Made a big difference in my single internal garage


Get a compact garage door and have the whole wall free and no stupid garage door bar
royals16/09/2019 21:29

Get a compact garage door and have the whole wall free and no stupid …Get a compact garage door and have the whole wall free and no stupid garage door bar


Electric
When someone gets these I don't suppose they could take a picture of the screws as I bought a couple of them but when I moved house the screws and plugs got mixed up with everything else. I could probably juwst use any old screws and plugs but curious to know which ones they are.

Cheers!
Got a few of these. Won't work with wheels over about 42cm deep although that's not a problem for most!
I've got a few of these - they can be mounted upside down - it's only the hook that's actually doing anything(it might look like the plate is centering the wheel but it's not). If you mount one right side up and one upside down you can mount two bikes close together but approach the mount from different sides so one is not fouling the other. If that makes any sense...................

P.S I have 2.6, 27.5" MTB tyres and these are fine - bags of room to get them in.
Edited by: "Wolfylee" 17th Sep
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