Good shape, imperfect construction
These hangers are made in two pieces and then glued together.
There is a seam all along the midline, which means there is a seam all along the top of the hanger (at the middle). When I went to the store, most of these hangers were not assembled perfectly, so one side of the seam stuck out more than the other. The uneven seam causes a rough edge which can easily snag any delicate garments you place on these hangers. None of the hangers were assembled with an even, clean edge so beware if you are buying these online.
November 21, 2011
How do I love my Euro hangers? I love them thirteen ways, the exact number of bulky sportcoats and fragile sweaters that proudly line my closet like a row of headless manikins in profile. On sleepless nights, or feeling woofly and woebegone, I sometimes slide open the door of my closet just to see them there -- serene and self-assured on their sleek Euro hangers. And then, if only for a fleeting moment, all's right with the world.
May 31, 2010
These hangers are perfect for hanging hand washed sweaters or partially dry cotton or silk turtleneck shirts. Unlike regular plastic hangers, these will not leave sharp shoulder marks in soft fabrics and yarns.
April 25, 2014
These are indispensable for hanging heavier garments, to avoid stretching of the shoulder area. As well, they're great, as others have mentioned, for garments (even lighter ones) that are damp from the laundry, to prevent creases as the item dries.
I said, "Almost perfect", because in some cases, the hanging hook is a bit to thick to fit on some closet rods. You'd think the manufacturer could come up with an easy remedy, such as a thinner yet equally strong material, but what do I know?
April 8, 2013