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- Includes suction cups for attachment to shower stalls and walls
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A travel clothesline with hooks and suction cups. No clothespins are needed; merely separate the twisted cords, place article of clothing between cords and allow them to fall back into place, holding the clothing on the line. Cords stretch up to 66" long.
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Triple braided design grips clothing without clothespins. Durable, long-lasting latex tubing stretches to 6 feet. Adjustable straps attach to towel bars, shower heads, hooks, door knobs, window latches, etc
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Pros: Velcro straps are durable. Small pouch is very convenient.
Cons: Doesn't seem to stretch to 6 feet (as described) but more like 4 feet. Suction cups are very weak.
Edit: June 19, 2015
Ok, it's three years later and the clothesline broke. What happened is that the rubber tube that serves as a strain relief on the connection to the end had slipped down the line, allowing the rubber to bend at the point where it enters the plastic fitting. Enough of this, with tension, and it snapped. I was able to resurrect it by tying a knot in the line, but for six bucks I don't mind replacing it, so I bought another. This time I will be more careful about the strain relief.
The line has both velcro straps and suction cups on the ends of it. First of all, there was rarely anything to attach the suction cups to and, if there was, the suction was not strong enough to support the weight of the clothes. However, the velcro straps worked very well. By the end of my month-long trip, one had broken off. I was still able to tie the line to a support, but the line was therefore shorter and fit less clothes.
Caveats: a couple or a family traveling would likely need 2-3 of these. There was only space to hang 2 outfits maximum when the cord was fully stretched - and I was hanging summer clothes. Hanging jeans or sweaters would likely be too heavy, and there's just not enough space to hang clothes for lots of people.
Also it was VERY short. If it had actually been a good product, I would have bought two of them to clip together and take on trips.
I did like how small it was and how it folded up into the attached black pouch.