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  • salo
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    The balance problem with the AE hangers really isn't an issue once you get enough items on there.

    You are really only ever taking one thing off the hanger at a time anyway. Nice to get some extra cedar in my closet too.

    I recommend them, for $15 I think they are a great deal.

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  • alan
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    This is what I use. It was given to me, and I was told it's a tie rack. Apparently it's a pant rack. Even still, it easily holds 20 ties in a small space without overlapping, and will hold more if you're willing to pack them in tight..


    http://www.target.com/p/5-Tier-Swing...k/-/A-12963467

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  • Lance F.
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    My current room and closet are tiny to say the least. I'm using a wall mounted tie rack (outside of the closet), which doubles as sort of decoration...or that's what I like to believe.

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  • osiriuso
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    I like the metal bar N. Crawford posted! I just recently re-did my entire closet and was looking for something clean and simple for belts and ties.

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  • alan
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    I have one identical to BenR but I recently outgrew it. Ive had it for so many years that i dont remember where i got it. Thankfully, without my my mentioning it, my mom gave me my stepdads old rack. It's a series of parallel rods suspended from a hanger and can probably hold 25 ties (or more with crowding). Its not easy to get ties on and off but I can see them all easily at once and it holds a lot so I don't mind.e


    I'm personally not a fan of those AE hangers. The balancing issue would get on my nerves.


    Note: excuse typos. Written from my phone.

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  • Joe G.
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    I use these and their great:


    http://www.target.com/p/Joy-Mangano-...k/-/A-11016461

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  • nicholascrawford
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  • LesserBlackDog
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    Yeah, I use a cheap metal one from Target. It holds 16 ties and multiple belts and doesn't need to be balanced.


    http://www.target.com/p/Non-Slip-Tie...i_detailbutton

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  • nicholascrawford
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    I've got this tie rack mounted on the inside of my closet door. Perfect solution for me.


    http://www.amazon.com/Organizer-mode...6261328&sr=8-4

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  • jason_carreira
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    I've got a cheap metal one I've had for years... even when I only had 2-3 ugly ties on there

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  • Tat
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    My wife purchased some electric tie hanger with a light on it. I dont like it much but, it works alright.


    http://www.amazon.com/Revolving-Moto...ef=pd_sim_hg_6

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  • salo
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    AE tie and belt hangers



    I realized my belt and tie collections were getting hard to manage so I ordered cedar tie and belt hangers from AllenEdmonds.com for $15 each. Anyone else use these? They seem pretty great so far, only problem is they have to stay balanced or else they lean over. Interested to hear what others use if not these.


    For reference:


    Belt Hanger

    http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF477_1_40000000001_-1


    Tie Hanger

    http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline...40000000001_-1

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