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Household Essentials 5-Line Retractable Indoor/Outdoor Clothes Dryer

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  • Light weight and heavy duty construction.
  • For use indoors or outdoors.
  • Large knob keeps lines taut and tangle free.
  • Extends to 34 feet.
  • Measures 6.5"l x 36.5"w x 8"d
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Household Essentials 5-Line Retractable Indoor/Outdoor Clothes Dryer + Household Essentials 3-Piece Clothesline Post Designed for the Household Essential 15 by 7-Inch Retractable Dryer + Household essentials Clothes Pin Bag, Colors May Vary
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 37.8 x 8.5 inches ; 10.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000BYDEA
  • Item model number: 15-7
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,677 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Embrace the feel of the beautiful outdoors for your laundry with this 5-Line Retractable Dryer from Household Essentials. Benefiting from natures energy, clothes and linens dry naturally on a massive 170' of line space. This 5-line system extends to 34' and releases easily for smooth retraction into a protective aluminum case that keeps the line dry and clean. A tightening knob keeps lines taut and tangle free. Its lightweight and heavy-duty construction make this full size retractable line perfect for outdoor or indoor use. Mount it on a wall outdoors, in the garage or basement, or on the porch. Be environmentally and economically intentional and delight in the freshness of line-dried laundry. Go on-make Grandma proud. Item #15-7

Customer Reviews

It's heavy and solid and seems to be built very well.
Genesis Duncan
The Cloths line worked reasonably well for the first few months, but then the plastic knob on the left side broke and, apparently, cannot be replaced.
T. J. Sexton
We have had one similar to this for many years and still use it.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

154 of 158 people found the following review helpful By Pamela Lambert on December 10, 2004
I live in Arizona where it is silly to have an electric or gas clothes line. Instead, I go solar. I have used 5 line clotheslines like this one for a dozen years at two different houses. The current line is over 7 years old and is just now in need of major repairs. It has lived its life battling the hot sun on a west facing wall. The only place we have to hang our laundry is across our patio--not a very attractive choice for parties. When not in use, it hangs unobtrusively on the wall. On wash day, I pull it out across the patio (which is shorter than the line's full length.) I can hang several loads of jeans, assorted clothes, and my really thick bedspread and it supports the weight. I highly recommend this clothesline.
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143 of 148 people found the following review helpful By W. Smetana on September 21, 2007
We have utilized 2 of these units in the last 3 years... why? They both were susceptible to plastic failure. The maker should use metal at the stress point, that being the line tension adjustment screw on the left side. Worked well for a couple of weeks then when the lines started to sag, the tension was adjusted and the plastic broke rendering the unit useless. *** PLEASE DO NOT BUY *** A waste of your money!
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100 of 103 people found the following review helpful By T. J. Sexton on July 4, 2008
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The Cloths line worked reasonably well for the first few months, but then the plastic knob on the left side broke and, apparently, cannot be replaced. The piece is actually a ratcheting lock that keeps the line tensioned. Without it the line will just sag and is useless. As stated above, this part should not be plastic.

I went to the company website "Whitney Design" and there isn't even a link for support or parts; check it out. That's a question I should have asked before paying $55 for this; "Does the company support what they sell?"

I would not buy this product again.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By KTJ7 on May 28, 2009
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much more robust than typical plastic retractable lines. Have it hung in s small screen porch, holds 75 feet of clothes where I could only hang 15 feet worth before. Would buy again
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By D. Freed on June 15, 2007
I bought my clothes line in August 2006 and the one in the box was broken. We replaced it and now it is June 2007 and I need to replace it again. The locking knob on the side is not built to last and is broken again. That is the reason we had to replace the first one. I live in the Midwest so I do not use my clothes line all year and it has not had enough use to be replaced. I highly recommend using a clothes line just not one with built in obsolescence.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Larissa Bundy on January 9, 2007
We installed this line in our basement, and it works great. Fairly easy to install. We had a bit of a complication finding a stud, but other than that it was not a big problem. We also set up a post for this unit outside so it is easy to move it around. ( You will need an extra set of bolts which we purchased at our hardware store. We have yet to use it outside since it has been winter, but it nice to know we have options.) It holds a ton of clothes, and with our family size of 5, we fill it up. I like that you can tighten the clothesline to stop it drooping. Overall a good purchase- just wish it came with someone to fold and put away all those clothes!
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By W. Smetana on September 21, 2007
We have utilized 2 of these units in the past 3 years. Each one was susceptible to the same fault, the locking screw will work, but the plastic that attaches the screw to the line holder breaks off leaving no tension on the lines for the clothes to hang. Kind of hard to explain but I wouldn't buy another. The company could provide a better construction material or method of construction, mabye using METAL that won't break! *** DO NOT BUY ***
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Domingo Ibarra on December 7, 2006
THIS IS A -Star(negative) as it won't let me have no stars at all.

This is the worst product ever, it came with some plastic parts that just melted with the sun, there is one screw that lock and unlock the wires that thing is plastic and melted after the 2nd day of installed, the dryer was not directly exposed to the sun (it was under a shadow) and melted anyway, don't waste your money as I did, buy something else.
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