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Wacky Product of the Week #6 : ADD YOUR COMMENTS

My wacky product find of the week is a bit of an oddity. It seems to be a combination mixer and coat hanger. I am not quite sure what to say about it. So I thought I'd let the merchant do the talking.

The merchant calls this the "Practical Coat Hanger"..."To use for your wardrobe and in the extreme necessities in your kitchen!" This hanger can be found at Singulier, which I found through the always great Mental Floss.

Well, I am not sure what type of comments this nifty device can inspire. Would you use this? For what? What type of nutjob comes up with this?

 

Comments
Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

It's a wacky idea but I kind

It's a wacky idea but I kind of like it. It looks like the wisk part would be good for holding up the shoulders.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

Let me wisk away your coat

Let me wisk away your coat for you...said the hostess at the party.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

Perfect for the closet

Perfect for the closet baker.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous Hippie (not verified)

That's for hanging

beatnik clothes.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

It is modeled after the Salad Spinner

and is designed to be a moth and spider spinner--it will zap their brains out as soon as they start weaving webs under your clothes. Great for people who can't stand the smell of moth balls and don't care if there are small remnants of spiders and moths under their clothes.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

It's as kinky as what it's for:

hanging whips when not in use--for sadistic people who are still in the closet.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

It is for hanging things

on a baker's rack.

Nov 11, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

Getting beaten by a hanger

Getting beaten by a hanger takes on the true meaning.

Dec 26, 2006
by Mike (not verified)

Beater Hanger

My father would have used this tool. He used to beat me with a hanger until he was too tired to continue or if the hanger broke. This looks like a rugged professional unit! Glad thay did not come up with this in the early 60's.

Jan 2, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

Hanger

I wonder if that type can still be used to unlock car doors????