Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Wonder Hanger Review and GIVEAWAY

Wonder Hanger

The Wonder Hanger® is an affordable tool that's great for any Spring Cleaning features. This cascading clothes organizer increases closet space by enabling you to stack clothes vertically.  Each Wonder Hanger holds 5 wood, metal or plastic hangers.  There are 8 hangers to a package – enough to hang 40 garments. The open-mouth design allows you to easily add or remove your jackets, skirts, pants and shirts. Supporting up to 20 pounds, it can hold up to 5 heavy winter jackets.
You can use it to group complete outfits or similar items, organize by color or season, and hang handbags or belts.   It retails for $9.99 and can be purchased at major retail chains including Walmart, Target, Bed Bath and Beyond and CVS and online at


One set of eight Wonder Hangers to one lucky winner.



1. For first entry, just comment that you want to be entered. 
2. For an extra entry,comment on how you follow my blog. If you're new you can follow my blog by clicking on "Follow" in the upper left part of the NavBar OR by clicking on "Follow" to the right in the sidebar.
3. For an extra entry, tell where you plan to use the Wonder Hanger.

12Noon, CDT, May 12th

My Thoughts and Review:

I was so excited (as were my children) when the Wonder Hangers arrived. I was surprised at how small the box was but upon opening, discovered the hangers were not assembled. They were easy to assemble but one does need to be careful to get both hooks in the same direction.

I tried the hangers in various ways.

I have a large walk-in closet but only a few feet available for full length items so I tried them to see if more space would become available.

It worked.

I tried hanging 5 coats to save space in our small coat closet. Here is a before and after shot.

Seemed like I would be able to get more coats in the closet until I came back a few hours later and found this:

I thought maybe the weight was too great but I discovered the five coats weighed only 9 lbs (nowhere near the 20 lb limit advertised). I thought maybe a child had knocked down the coats so I tried again but still it fell.

I also tried the Wonder Hanger in my daughter's closet but it doesn't work well in two tier closets as the clothing drags on the floor.

Overall I have mixed thoughts about the Wonder Hanger. I think it would work great for  kids clothing if I had traditional one rod closets. It worked great for light weight items in my closet. I'm very disappointed that it didn't hold 20 lbs as advertised.

This is a Mama Buzz review. The product was provided by Wonder Hanger for this review.


Conny said...

please enter me - Conny - - thanks!

Conny said...

From what you've said, if I won the hangers, I'd use them in my daughter Anna's closet. She doesn't have many - or heavy - clothes. I'd love to make room for our baby's clothes in there!

Conny said...

I follow you via Google Reader! :)

fashionfrugality said...

Would love to be entered!
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fashionfrugality said...

I would totally put these to use in my bedroom closet! It is a crazy overstuffed mess right now!
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fashionfrugality said...

New blog follower - ktkatherine
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