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Umbra Flip 5-Hook Wall-Mount Rack/Rail, Espresso/Nickel
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- Flip wall-mount multi-hook unit
- Features 5 hooks that flip up when not in use
- Wood construction with espresso finish; also available in natural and white finishes
- Design: David Quan
- Size: 1 x 3 x 20 inches
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Original: I bought this product because I didn't want a coat rack.
This came well packaged. I was worried how I would affix it to the wall and if I would have to find studs in the wall. The company went around this problem by including plastic plugs to insert in the wall first and then drill screws into the plugs. It came with a paper diagram of how to space the screws.
The product went up easily and is so sturdy I bet I could do a pullup on it. It also comes in a dark espresso color. This exceeded my expectations and looks great too.
The paint chips very easily. We used a dark brown marker to fix that and it's not noticeable at all.
The mounting holes on the back are 11 1/2" apart. For installation in a modern house with 16" between studs, this is pretty lame. Two holes 16" apart would have been a much better design. That said, one stud-driven screw plus two in the drywall with provided screw plugs holds lots of weight.
1) There is a blemish in the finish. No, I'm not talking about a near-invisible scuff--there is a raised rectangular region about 3 mm x 4 mm in size on one end of the rack. It is only a tiny bit raised above the surrounding wood, but it is visually quite obvious against the white paint. It is as if there is a chunk of plastic embedded in the wood. Not worth sending it back, considering that shipping to Canada cost more than $20, but definitely disappointing.
2) The paper template is ever so slightly inaccurate, enough that the second screw could not be inserted into its slot. Throw the template away and make your own measurements or you'll have to make a second set of holes, as I had to.
3) There is a black "Umbra" sticker (decal) on the back of the rack. When you have the screws nicely snug, this sticker is pressed fairly hard against the wall as you slide the rack into place. Unfortunately, the sticker leaves black marks behind on the wall when this happens. Remove the sticker before installing the rack.
However, as this rack comes with only two drywall screws for mounting, it's not really designed to hold 5 parkas in the first place. It does hold four lighter jackets of mine rather well though. I wouldn't trust it for hanging much more than that without ripping through the drywall.
The rack is mounted by using a template to drill two drywall screws with plastic anchors into the wall. You must leave the screw heads about 1/4" out of the wall so the heads can slide into two keyhole slots cut into the back of the rack itself. For that reason, even if you did drill the screws into studs, the rack is really hanging onto the two screw heads only. I wouldn't load up the rack with a heavy load since I'd basically be testing to see if the drywall gave out before the screw heads tore through their slots.
I do like the rack. It looks quite slick, and it's nice for mounting behind a door as it doesn't protrude too far from the wall and the unused hooks can fold up out of the way. I would give it another star if it had better support, such as screw holes drilled all the way through the rack with a metal bracket. I'd also give it another star if it were a bit cheaper, because there really isn't too much material there--you're just paying extra for the novelty of the design.
Mounting is a cinch and anyone can do it. You should have a drill, but technically, you can do the entire job with some creativity using simply a screwdriver. Comes with all the hardware you need and a template to make sure you put the holes on the wall in the right place. Be sure to have a level to make sure your template is straight before drilling!
This has been on my wall for a few months and holding up just fine. Everyone that sees it thinks it is great. Two people I know have purchased one. In fact, I'm writing this because I noticed there were no reviews as I was adding one to my cart to buy my second one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It feels sturdy to me, but I also mounted it to wall studs so, its gonna stay.Published 8 days ago by Most Awesome
Easy to install and looks great. I'm a bit nervous about the wood - how long before it is full of scratches and blemishes, but for now it looks very nice.Published 11 days ago by J
Very Nice, does not take up a lot of room, love the fact that the hooks are out of sight when not in use. Easy to install, a little pricey, but well made and worth it.Published 25 days ago by Coralynn Kudirka
Love how they fold in. Easy to install. Kids can flip in and out. I get more compliments on these hooks. Very nice looking, easy to operate. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Lisa
Bought one of these last year for our bathroom. We had too many wet towel just thrown everywhere due to lack of towel holders. This solved our problem. Love it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Sheila
Awesome! We went to the equinox resort in Manchester VT. We saw it in our suite and thought it was great ! We love it in our home very easy to install.Published 29 days ago by Lawrence
Very nice Coat hanger, Love it, A+ on the service and the product.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer