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Seville Classics SHE16165 3-Bag Laundry Sorter Cart With Hanging Bar
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- Dimensions: 30.75-Inch W x 18-Inch D x 66-Inch H
- Laundry Bag Dimensions: 15.75-Inch W x 9.44-Inch D x 23.25-Inch H
- 3 large cotton bags with a 45 Ltr capacity
- Chrome plated wire handles allow for simple bag removal
- Large wheels glide easily, yet lock when needed
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3-Bag Laundry Sorter with Hanging Bar
The Seville Classics Laundry Sorter with Hanging Bar separates your laundry into three separate loads. Perfect for sorting lights, darks, dry cleaning, or linens!
Let your clothes air dry with this hanging bar. It can be lowered when not in use.
Metallic hanging bars with high quality plastic grips.
Bags can be easily removed by the handles and transported to your washer.
About Seville Classics:
Seville Classics is a global leader in home organization and storage solutions with 30 years of experience and a single mission to bring innovative houseware and hardware products to homes and businesses, providing superior design, quality and value.
This laundry sorter includes washable cotton bags that hang from plastic hooks on a strong chrome frame. The three cotton bags are easy to remove. You can keep your colors, whites, delicates and other laundry types separated in each bag
From the Manufacturer
This 3 Bag Laundry Sorter will help simplify and organize your laundry process. Keep your colors separate from your whites and dry cleaning in one simple step. This mobile laundry cart can glide easily for easy transportation as well as lock in place for a secure work-center.
Top Customer Reviews
There are two similar laundry sorter products on Amazon: the "Honey-Can-Do SRT-01235 Heavy-Duty Triple Laundry Sorter" and the "Seville Classics SHE16165 3-Bag Laundry Sorter Cart With Hanging Bar". And now I have bought a third with an ironing board top, "Honey-Can-Do SRT-01196 Rolling Ironing and Sorter Combo Laundry Center". They are, at the time I bought them, nearly the same price. I needed an upstairs and downstairs sorter so I bought one of each since I couldn't make up my mind. And then later I needed a third so I bought the ironing board top.
The Seville Classics and simple 3 bag Honey-Can-Do SRT-01235 are very comparable. The Honey-Can-Do SRT-01196 Rolling Ironing unit is just a little too different to be directly comparable to the other two "heavy duty" types. I will compare the two similar heavy duty units head to head and talk about the ironing board unit on its own.
Both the Seville Classics and Honey-Can-Do SRT-01235 are sturdy well-built units designed for heavy duty use and each are good choices. They both have the same 3-bag capacity and the same removable bag concept. And both were huge improvements to my previous laundry hampers so you can't go wrong with either. But there are a couple of details that may make a difference to you that I will outline below.
The Honey-Can-Do SRT-01196 Rolling Ironing unit has the same 3 bag removable concept but adds an ironing board top. It is not deemed "heavy duty" like the other two and it shows.
Quick Buying Guide:
Seville SHE16165: Buy if you want the sturdiest frame, sturdiest bag/bag support and wheels AND want a hanger bar. If you opt to remove the hangar bar then it will leave you with a four inch pipe on each side. See the picture, with the hangar bar removed the pipe ends at the black ring fitting.
Honey-Can-Do SRT-01235: Buy this if you don't want the hanging bar. If you are not rolling it much then it really makes most of the Seville's frame sturdiness moot (except for the bags). If space is an issue, the Honey has the slightly smaller height profile due to no hangar bar.
Honey-Can-Do SRT-01196: Buy this if you don't need a tank and find the table top useful (I use it all the time). The board is not really an ironing board substitute but useable. If the unit is in the open (not in a closet) then the board acts as a nice cosmetic cover. Again, there is a noticeable difference in construction.
Detail Comparison Between the Heavy Duty Units Seville SHE16165 & Honey-Can-Do SRT-01235:
DESIGN. The Seville SHE16165 is sturdier than the Honey-Can-Do due to its: (i) eight vertical bars and six horizontal bars vs. the Honey's 6 x 4 design; (ii) bottom bag-support less stress on the bags); (iii) stronger bags; and (iv) larger wheels (both have wheel locks). I think the sturdier bags and bag-support are notable differences while the stronger frame and wheels is a bit of overkill on a laundry sorter, unless you roll it around a lot or are into competitive laundry sorter racing or something.
HANGER BAR. The Seville SHE16165 has an adjustable hanger bar that can be positioned high or low. The hanger bar can be brought down to about 6 inches from the top, otherwise the units have near identical dimensions. the bar can also be removed if you don't like it. but then you have a 3 inch vertical pipe cap on each side that no longer serve a purpose. it's not unsightly (it has the black cap) but it may look a little odd.
DIMENSIONS. The Honey-Can-Do product is lighter with a more compact design (height-wise). It seems to fit better in a closet because of the lack of hanger bar. Depth/width are similar.
BAGS/BAG SUPPORT. The Seville bags are off-white to the Honey's white. And the Seville's bags are stronger. As noted above, the Honey has no bottom to support the bags (one reviewer on the Honey site did complain of a small tear eventually appearing on a Honey bag). The Seville's bag-support simply rests on the frame bottom so it does rattle if there is nothing pressing down on it. If it bugs you, the bottom support is removable as well.
ASSEMBLY. Both are easy to assemble. Although I could not completely align the Honey's wheel height so it has a slight wobble to it.
SHOPPING ALTERNATIVES. I found the Honey-Can-do product or near equivalent at walmart/target websites but not the Seville. The prices were about 5% more than Amazon.
Detail on the Honey-Can-Do SRT-01196 Ironing Board Unit:
The Honey-Can-Do SRT-01196 is of slighter construction than the other two in every way. It has a lighter frame and lighter bags. Going over door thresholds and putting your weight on it while pushing immediately highlights the differences in construction.
But, to be honest, in general home use this unit's construction is good enough. I think that the heavy-duty models are better suited for people rolling longer distances and with teens who will be too rough with the units.
If you have no use for the board then skip this unit as it offers no other advantage.
I really prefer the other units' heavy-duty bags, which I think is the bigger differentiator. The bags are sturdy enough but once you see the difference you will prefer the other bags.
The board top is useable as an ironing board but its greater utility is as a table top. I use it all the time and find the top handy enough that I often roll the whole unit to the washing machine rather than just bringing the bags. I leave the unit out in the open in bathroom and find the table top is a nice cosmetic top. I will eventually find some way to cover it but it's fine for now.
**Edit: There is a Seville version without the hanging bar that I think I would have preferred: Seville Classics SHE16166 3-Bag Laundry Sorter. It was not available at the time when I was making my choice and is not included in this review. However, that Seville model lacks the extra bars and is likely more comparable to the honey-can-do in sturdiness.
Gosh, if you read all the way to the bottom than you, like me, must be thinking way too much about your laundry sorter purchases! Enjoy your sorter. Cheers!
As an adult male, I also like to throw my laundry in a basket from a long distance to pretend I'm a basketball player, as my wife rolls her eyes.
With this laundry cart, not only can I segregate my laundry as needed, but my shot ability just went up 3x. I may have to grab it out of a bag and put it in the right one, but nevertheless. Swish!
Now to brass tacks...the assembly was very simple - I saw some folks having a bit of a problem with it but things came together quite easily for myself. Early on, we stuffed one of the bags too full - a higher capacity dryer doesn't automatically mean the bags suddenly gain capacity also - and it tore about 5" along the seam, but that was sewed up easily with no further issues. The extension bar at the top is great when you remove a dryer full of clothes, and that one pair of jeans is still just a tiiiiny bit wet in the pockets and you want to hang them for a bit. Also, very very useful when you have a bunch of shirts to iron and don't want to make multiple trips back and forth between the closet and the ironing board. For the cherry on top, the handle bar that runs through the bags happens to fit itself perfectly in a groove on the top of the dryer's door, letting me hang the bag "over" the door and allowing me to use both hands to pull the clean clothes out, stuff them in the bag, and wheel everything the length of our house from laundry room to bedroom.
At some point, since chrome color isn't really our aesthetic, I might try to construct a replica of the frame with wood dowling...but first I need to work on my three-pointers more.
A solid, mobile unit. I love it. (The last one that I bought with plastic rods, a different brand, would routinely come apart.) Husband and I use it as a hamper. On wash day, we pull a bag out and take it to the washing machine. Great purchase. Good decision. I recommend it.