Those too lazy to take their clothes to the dry cleaner will love Panasonic’s new clothes hanger, the Nanoe X. It deodorizes your clothes for you. The deodorizing hanger works by using negatively charged particles, or “nanoe,” to clean your clothes.
I have nothing against coat racks, but sometimes I find myself hating them as I’m hanging up my coat. I mean, why didn’t the people who came up with these racks think of the possibility that people might want a place to put their keys or glasses and other miscellaneous stuff when they step into the house?
Most people I know are particular with their clothes. I prefer hanging stuff up instead of folding it because it means less creases (and because I’m really bad with folding shirts, period.)
The problem with hangers, though, is that it’s pretty hard to slide them into place if your shirt or dress or other article of clothing has a teeny, tiny neck hole.
I always wondered why they called it an airplane hangar. This clever wall hook system is definitely a clever play on the airplane hang(e)r concept.
Created by Kolja Clemens of Germany’s MOM, these cool aluminum airplanes are just the right size and shape for hanging up your leather bomber jacket or flak jacket.
Arcade fans, here’s a great way to keep all your Pac-Man hoodies and Space Invaders jackets organized, instead of throwing them on the floor like you usually do.
Surface Tension’s new hangUP arcade coat hooks use real joystick balls and buttons to hang up all of your coats, umbrellas, man purses and any other hangy stuff you have hanging around.
Coming sometime early this year, they’ll be available in 3UP and 4UP versions.