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Twirl-a-Tie Tie Rack/Organizer

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  • Holds up to 20 ties
  • Hangs from a standard closet rail
  • Keep your ties neatly displayed and organized
  • Fingertip spinning provides for easy selection
  • Set of 1 twirl-a-tie
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Twirl-a-Tie Tie Rack/Organizer + Belt Hanger (Walnut) (7.5" H x 16.5" W x .75" D)
Price for both: $13.69

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 4.5 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000GG1JLC
  • Item model number: TAT-W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (650 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,269 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Twirl a tie is a stylish spinning tie holder that holds up to 20 ties in a minimum amount of closet space. Hangs from a standard closet rail to keep your ties neatly displayed and organized. Fingertip spinning provides for easy selection.


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Customer Reviews

It is made of plastic but very durable.
victor
I like how my ties are now organized and easy to find.
Delaino L. Jones
It is simple, cheap, and gets the job done.
Stephen Alexander Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Evan on July 20, 2006
For $5 it is definitely worth the price...it holds 20-25 ties and works perfectly. This is great if you don't want to spend the money on the electric tie machines...the only issue is whether or not it is worth the $5 or so in shipping...if you can get to a store to purchase, I would do so and save yourself the shipping cost. Overall, great value and a simple, but effective product.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Joanne Kent on June 16, 2009
In the past, I have bought my husband numerous tie racks including electronic products that eventually broke down. He feels the Twirl-a-Tie is the best. He now has 4.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Michael Leake on March 13, 2009
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This is really an ingenious little tie hanger. Very well designed and functional. Don't be deceived by the cheap price. If you have less than 20 ties, simply spread them out on the tie hangers so that the spindle is in balance and spins freely. The ties are stored neatly and compactly. Installation consists of snapping two pieces of plastic together. Nothing could be easier. I'm amazed how well it works. For this price I didn't expect much, but I couldn't be more satisfied.
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55 of 66 people found the following review helpful By cxlxmx on December 9, 2009
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I needed a new tie and belt organizer that I could hang rather than screwing into the wall, so I ordered three from Amazon: Walnut Tie Rack With Swivel Hook, walnut tie rack shapped like shirt hanger, and Twirl-a-Tie. I already owned a vertical style hanger like the Non-slip Tie & Belt Valet.

My recommendation is for either the walnut rack on swivel hook or the walnut rack shaped like a shirt hanger, depending on your needs.

The Twirl-a-Tie is just a gimmick. Made of ugly plastic, its hooks are not spaced far enough apart, so you can use only every other hook or mash your ties together. Even using only every other hook, the ties are still crushed between the hooks at the inside. I would buy the Twirl-a-Tie only if I knew a small boy who owned some ties and wanted a hanger. It is too bulky to be used for travel.

The walnut tie rack on swivel hook is sturdy and decent-looking, although not something to show off. It will accept 22 ties on its 22 hooks, which are sized and spaced adequately. It is easy to get the ties on and off the hooks, and the hooks are long enough to hang belts on the end in addition to the ties. Drawbacks: (1) it does not swivel easily and must be removed from the closet to pick a tie; (2) it is wide and the hooks push into the clothes on either side; (3) it is long and your ties may dangle onto things if the floor of your closet is stacked high.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By erugifog on August 26, 2009
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When I first pulled this thing out of the box (it comes in two pieces that you must snap together), I wondered if I had just wasted $5. It's made of the same type of plastic that many clothes hangers use and probably costs all of $0.10 to produce. But I snapped the pieces together, loaded the rack completely full of ties, and darn if it doesn't do the job just fine.

I disagree with the reviewer who gave this one star. Fully loaded, it is solid and rotates fine to help you access any of your ties. It is not imbalanced fully loaded, although if you only had a few ties to hang on it, I think you would need to space them out to keep the rack from tipping.

One caveat: This rack is a bit wide as it hangs in your closet. I didn't quite realize just how wide it would be from looking at the picture. I have another type of tie rack that looks like a clothes hanger and holds the ties beneath it in a straight row on tiny hangers. The Twirl-a-Tie is at least twice as wide as that one. I measured the diameter, and the Twirl-a-Tie is 4 1/4" wide. It takes up about as much space as two or three suits hanging next to each other. If closet space is at a premium for you, you might want to consider a narrower type of rack. Also, if this rack is crammed into a stuffed closet, the clothes on either side will impede the rack's ability to rotate the ties around. On the plus side, however, it's easier for me to see and access my ties with the Twirl-a-Tie than with my other rack. The width issue aside, the Twirl-a-Tie is a good value and works as advertised.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Alvaro Jimenez V on February 23, 2011
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I had very high expectations for this rack, since I have a lot of ties and didn't have any proper storage for them, sadly, I had to go into the market looking for another, as this one couldn't do the job.

Short story: this rack can't stand the weight for which it was designed.

Long story: This rack is made of two pieces that snap together, a design flaw that probably was made with the purpose of allowing the rack to spin and maybe to make its packaging easier, however, the fact that it has two pieces, with nothing to hold it together but the very same plastic form the hook that snaps into the carrousel, as a result of all this, when you put one tie in each of the hangers, as intended, after one or two minutes the carrousel loosens from the hook, and falls to the ground along with all the ties.
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