Better than Huggable Hangers
I used to use crystal hangers but "unwillingly" converted to flocked hangers because another store was sold out and just needed to buy something. Then I read reviews on this hanger and sought them out. SO glad I did!. They're slightly thinner than huggable hangers and don't give/bend as you hang your clothes on them. The shoulders are also slightly narrower (~3/4") and the slope of the curve is flatter, which is good for me, since I'm petite. Oddly enough the widest part of the bottom is about the same as my cheapy dollar store hangers, so I can still fit two pairs of skinny jeans of them if needed. I thought the notch for the neckhole was gimmicky until I used it on a standard t-shirt--this feature is what made me a convert! Only con, which is very minor, is that these hangers are rather ugly. They're purely for function, and function they do!
October 21, 2012
My search for the perfect hanger is over
My search for the perfect hanger has lasted years and I've finally found it. The thin wire hangers save lots of space but they are too slippery for certain items and they slide off... The thin huggable hangers with the grippy fabric also save a lot of space and are great for things like tank tops and button downs not sliding off, but when it comes to non button/zip downs like full t-shirts and sweaters and such they are too grippy and it can be a bit of a fight getting the shirt off the hanger. So I had a mess of different types of hangers in my closet and it looked unsightly. This hanger however is just as thin and space saving; it has grippy rubber on the shoulders & bottom to keep things from sliding BUT, if I need to hang something like a t-shirt or a turleneck sweater, I just pull the grippy straps off the hanger and wallah- no more fighting to take that item off the hanger! No more unmatching hangers. The opening on the top is also perfect to avoid stretching out the collar of t-shirts and there is an extra section for accesories like belts or ties that go with the outfit. You can turn the hanging hook any way you want and I also love that there's no extra hook on the side for hanging another hanger on it... Those things always take up space or force you to have them all facing in the same direction on the closet. If I want to hang hangers on hangers I'd rather just get an extra hook attachment for that instead.
September 4, 2011
Great, slim hangers
I like the finish on these slim hangers as opposed to the fuzzy, fabric kind. It is easier to get clothes on without them sticking, but they still don't fall off the hanger. Perfect for my small apartment with limited closet space.
April 19, 2014
Best. Hangers. Ever.
I love these hangers. The rubber(?) is tacky enough that no clothing should slide off. The slim profile is a HUGE plus, a necessity actually when you need every bit of closet space you can use. I have yet to use the slot for hanging accessories, I don't really think it's necessary.
Because of the aforementioned fantastic tackiness of the grips, I use these primarily for those clothing items that must be hung up but have wide necklines, one shoulder type dresses, and cardigans/shawls that just cannot stay on a regular hanger (the wrap type without buttons).
I compared them with some of the other hangers at the store, but the grippiness of these (and the price point) sold me one them.
February 25, 2014