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HOMZ Hanging Sweater Dryer, 3 Tier Drying Surface, Stackable, 10Lb Capacity
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- 3 tiered drying surface holds up to 10 pounds
- Dimensions: 26.5" tall x 30" wide x 18" deep; 3 cubic feet of drying space
- Durable plastic hooks work on standard shower rods
- Easy set-up; folds flat for storage in reusable mesh lingerie bag
- Black trim/white mesh. Imported
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Homz Hanging Sweater Dryer Key Features
White Plastic Hooks
Functional white hooks are included to hang onto closet rods, showers, tripods, clothing racks, and even over the door.
White Mesh Garment/Lingerie Bag
Added on is a mesh garment bag with a plastic drawstring attached to keep the contents secured. The mesh allows air to flow through and it is completely machine-washable.
Incorporated Hooks for Stacking
Small S-shaped hooks are included at the bottom of each tier to simply stack yet another Hanging Sweater Dryer. This makes the drying process of garments much more convenient and faster. Up to 3 Sweater Dryers are possible to stack using this method.
Simple to stack. The s-shaped hooks are located at the bottom of the drying rack. Open-concept design to easily place garments on each tier; suitable for most light to medium weight garments such as sweaters, delicates, baby clothes, bathing suits, etc.
The Homz Hanging Sweater Dryer maximizes unused space and efficiently dries multiple sweaters or delicates at the same time. Hangs from a standard shower rod. Folds flat for storage. Stores in reusable mesh lingerie bag. Imported.
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Homz (with the white plastic hooks):
Lower length top straps, best for hanging from a lower point, like a clothes rack because you can reach in to the clothes better; I like these larger white hooks; shelves are a little wider but a little shorter (not much difference than the other one; still great); comes with a reusable mesh storage bag that can be used for laundry also; has these clips at the bottom of the lower shelf so you can attach possible another one of these to it, or something else that is light weight; the mesh itself is just slightly more softer than the other brand (just very slightly); I feel this one is a little more "compact" if you care about space.
Home-it (with the metal hooks):
Longer length top straps, best for hanging from a higher place (or you can still hang it from a clothes rack, you will just lean over a little more to put in your clothes on the lower shelf; not a big deal); each shelf on this unit has an elastic strap already sewn in across the width, this makes it great if you are drying things outside if it is windy because you can slide your items under the strap instead and it may helps from sliding off; the sewing part of the edge trim wasn't finished off a neatly as the other one, but it was fine enough anyway for using it in the laundry area (if you care about this sort of thing; but it wasn't ugly or anything); there aren't hooks underneath but if you really want to add another one of these racks underneath, the metal hooks will probably slide through the mesh and elastic underneath somehow; the shelves are slightly longer and slightly narrower than the other wide (opposite but not really much difference; but this one does appear a little longer and taller if that matter to your space). If you need to shorten the straps at the top, just use some binder clips (the kind you squeeze together to open; they are metal); this unit also has an attached elastic loop hanging off the lower shelf, which is good for portability because you will not lose the strap when you need to fold this up to go.
I like both for different reasons, but I wanted to use the Homz first because it fit my clothes rack neater. But then I ended up using the Home-it too.
The rod is high enough to not knock your head on it when you shower. In order to more safely and easily hang this drier from the rod, I made daisy chains out of cheap plastic round shower curtain holders. When not in use, the daisy chains can easily be slid off to the side. (See photos)
I cannot refold it but as others have said, being practically flat it takes up very little room and can be stashed somewhere.
One thing I don't like is that the hooks are not permanently attached so you have to keep track of them. The hooks can slip out while you are transporting the drier to and from the tub.
The load limit is 10 pounds so if you are drying handwashed sweaters you might reach the limit.
Only gripe initially was no instructions for folding the thing back up--for those who have those windshield screens for their car, the concept is similar, but the location of the grip was a hit-or-miss. Sometimes it would take me 10 minutes to refold because I forgot where to do it. I finally documented how. Look at the "L" part of it (long side meeting short side) and grip basically at either end of the "L". Curl your wrists inward, forcing the thing to fold up on itself...Video attached if you need.
I actually bought 2 of them and hooked them together so I can hang them all up at 1 time.