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Costco 50 velvet hangers for $15 YMMV B&M

isykitty 213 August 19, 2009 at 04:13 PM in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories More Amazon Deals
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Check out your local Costco for an amazing deal on these hangers.

The link is only to reference yourself to what product it is. These hangers are selling for 45.99 at amazon but only for $15.99 at costco.

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Great reviews on amazon and great reviews from me! two thumbs up!wave These hangers are so great especially for strappy dresses or shirts.
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wow! i had fifty shirts laying around, but i didn't know what to do with them. now i can hang them up!
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Quote from isykitty View Post :
Check out your local Costco for an amazing deal on these hangers.

The link is only to reference yourself to what product it is. These hangers are selling for 45.99 at amazon but only for $15.99 at costco.

Amazon link to see product [amazon.com]

Great reviews on amazon and great reviews from me! two thumbs up!wave These hangers are so great especially for strappy dresses or shirts.
These are great! Your clothing stays put on these hangers, I bought 4 boxes its worth it.
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"I told you! No wire hangers, ever!"
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Are these knock-offs of the Joy Mangano hangers? I've been trying to convince the wife that these are essentially the same product.

(The Joy Mangano ones are fantastic, by the way.)
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Quote from isykitty View Post :
Check out your local Costco for an amazing deal on these hangers.

The link is only to reference yourself to what product it is. These hangers are selling for 45.99 at amazon but only for $15.99 at costco.

Amazon link to see product [amazon.com]

Great reviews on amazon and great reviews from me! two thumbs up!wave These hangers are so great especially for strappy dresses or shirts.
These are great hangers. Bought a couple of packs at Costco a few months back and recommended to a couple of friends who did the same. We all love 'em. Take up much less space in the closet. I knew the $15 price was good the first time I saw them. Well worth it at that price.
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I bought a few boxes a while back and love them! my clothes don't slide off and they take up less space which means more room for more clothes!
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Quote from sluiced View Post :
Are these knock-offs of the Joy Mangano hangers? I've been trying to convince the wife that these are essentially the same product.

(The Joy Mangano ones are fantastic, by the way.)
These are exactly like the Joy Mangano hangers. (the infomercial one) they work the same. great price. except it doesnt come with the "if you buy in the next 15 minutes we will double your order and send you 100 more hangers" part. 50 at this price is great.
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Is this strong enough to hang premium jeans? ultra thin makes me think it's only good for light shirts
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Is it in store only? How long does the sale last?
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I love Costco. This is a great find. Will be watching around the Holidays since they come out with really great stuff for cheap.
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Is it in store only? How long does the sale last?
Pretty sure it's just B&M. This is just regular Costco price, the Amazon.com price isn't really Amazon themselves selling it, someone is just selling it through Amazon.com and the seller probably bought it from Costco. I bought these on a whim just because the price was pretty decent, but don't take the Amazon.com price as gospel since it's just someone reselling what they bought at Costco at whatever price they chose.

It seems like Costco switched to these from the smelly wood ones they had before (looked nice but the stain/varnish smelled like crap).

So far I'm pretty happy with these. Shirts are harder to put onto the hanger though since the velvet is so grippy, but hopefully my sweaters don't misshapen shoulders anymore from the hanger edges poking at the fabric.
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Is this strong enough to hang premium jeans? ultra thin makes me think it's only good for light shirts
They're much stronger than the plastic ones and will handle jeans premium or not just fine. Just go to the store and feel them since it's a B&M deal anyway.
I think they're worth the $15.99 for sure. Probably wouldn't pay the reseller Amazon.com price though lol.
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These are regular price at Costco. I picked them up because they were strong and inexpensive for a 50-pack. They had some laying outside the box as a demo, and I took some and tried to bend them every which way, and they held up extremely well. They won't bend like those cheap wire hangers sub-par dry cleaners use.

I haven't used them to hang my premium jeans, but I'm sure they will hold up just as fine. I'm using the oversized plastic hangers to hang my jeans, since I hang them folded in half, and I like how the round shape of the plastic one curves around the jeans. Also they seem a little too long, but it isn't stretching out any of my clothes, just seems like an awkward fit since it is protruding past the shoulder seam and into the sleeve on all of my shirts.

These are a pain in the ass to get in the proper setting for your clothes though, since they have that felt-like material on it. As you are trying to put the hanger through, it will catch and hang on other parts of the shirt you don't want it to, but once you get them in position, you can rest assured they won't slide around anywhere. I don't recommend using them on bigger jackets or hoodies though. Use proper coat hangers for those.

All in all, I would definitely recommend these. Cheaper price than anything else you can get on the market currently for the quality involved, and does a really good job at hanging shit up, barring the catching on the fabric as you are trying to get the hanger on through the bottom of the shirt.
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*snip* hopefully my sweaters don't misshapen shoulders anymore from the hanger edges poking at the fabric.
fyi- sweaters should be folded not hung. they are looser knit than wovens or knits and gravity will stretch them out of shape. if they hang too long they could stretch permanently out of shape.

i worked at a chain clothing store for 5 yrs. we never hung any sweaters except on the clearance rack. at that point they didn't care anymore.
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