Husband has hat addiction
I have been wanting one of these for awhile (husband has 22 hats strewn all over the house!) BUT major design flaw, it hangs over the door but doesn't have an equal "bottom of door" hook to hold it flat./tight against the closet door. Seems so simple and no-brainer. But alas, it kind of flops around when you open/close the door. You can install a hold down piece at the bottom but I bought this with the idea of it NOT being a permanent install. It does adjust to accommodate hats so the husband has moved groups to the top for favs and grouped some at the bottom as "second string favorites." ;-)
March 3, 2010
Yes, yes, YES!!!
My husband and son have tons of ballcaps and like to leave them by the door so they can grab one on the way out, but having them fall off of the coatrack really got on my nerves. This was the perfect solution, as the caps stay securely in place. It makes the caps easy to locate and keeps them off of my floor! Yay!
March 4, 2010
My hats (mostly caps/visors for running) were cluttering up the bedroom dresser. I installed this inside my closet door, towards the inner-side of the door, and the caps are now out of the way & well displayed so I can quickly grab the one I want. I'm glad it doesn't take up the whole door--I still have space on the inside of my closet door for a hook where I can hang clothes as needed.
This is meant for baseball caps, but it works fine to secure running caps & visors too.
The rack is just a string with attachments that you can space out as desired. We screwed the top & bottom of the string to the door so it doesn't fly around as the door moves.
I love this thing!!! It helped a ton!
November 22, 2010
Don't believe the hype
This product gets one star because the idea of it is great. It doesn't work very well.. Each clip is supposed to be able to hold more than one hat but once you put on two, the hats are too heavy for the clips and they slide off the rope that they are attached to. If you don't plan on using the hats at all, then you can do what I did. I took my son's hats that he rarely uses, put only one hat at a time on each clip and then duct taped the back of the clip so it couldn't widen and slip off the rope. I also secured the bottom of the rope with a screw so the rope and hats didn't swing every time my son opened or closed his door.
September 27, 2011