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[Canadian Tire] CT: Variety of Garment Racks and Closet Organizer - Up to 70% off

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Jul 16, 2006
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[Canadian Tire] CT: Variety of Garment Racks and Closet Organizer - Up to 70% off

I was in need of one of these a month back, but only to find them as expansive as hell :( . Well, anyways, I was at CT today with my coupon, and wondered into the aisle with these home organizer and found a large selection of items there are on sale. I have listed some of the highlights here:

Maxplus Garment Rack on Wheels - Reg: $32.99 Sale: $9.89 70%off
http://www.canadiantire.ca/browse/produ ... 6821214778
Although this was $22 dollar at walmart when i bought mine, but the stock was clear soon after that. It is pretty sturdy and really nice when your closet overflow.


Simplicity Covered Garment Rack 34 in. - Reg: $39.99 Sale: $11.99 70%off
http://www.canadiantire.ca/browse/produ ... earch=true
This one is sort of a repost of ben2003's post but i am just trying to compile a list of good deals i saw.


Extend-it Closet System™ Kit - Reg: $79.99 Sale: $39.99 50%off
http://www.canadiantire.ca/browse/produ ... 6821833406
This one is to expand an existing closet.


Extend-It Closet Kit - Reg: $169.99 Sale: $99.99 40%off
http://www.canadiantire.ca/browse/produ ... 6821833409
This one basically creates closet shelf in an empty space.

feel free to change the links :)
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Sep 3, 2007
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I bought the 1st item in the picture for around $15 some time last year. I set it up in the basement but never hung anything until recently. After hanging my 1st item on it (a winter coat), I disassembled (well, it did it self) and took it to the garbage. It is flimsy at best. I would not spend even $1.00 for it if I knew what I know now.
Nov 20, 2008
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Agreed I thought this was a deal until I got it home. Lots of stock in Ajax though.
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Jun 8, 2001
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I would assume that the reason why people were having problems was that they extended it making the weight on the racks heavier and the sturdyness weaker?
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Feb 26, 2006
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Would it work as a half-height clothing bar? My idea is to have the regular bar that's in the closet, and then one of these underneath at it's minimum height.

Or is it still a POS?


Nov 9, 2006
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How's the second one? I have one similar to that one and its
pretty sturdy but can't tell if its the same because I can't
see the inside.
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I bought 4 of the garment racks on Tuesday (used the $10 back coupon), and then bought one of the covered racks also on a separate transaction (with other random things and another $10 back coupon). Figured the covered one would be good for extra storage in the garage or basement.

We just bought an older house without many closets, these racks will be a good temporary solution until we can build more.

I have not used this particular garment rack before, but I bought 2 from IKEA back in the day for $20 each I think. http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/16684783 They held up really well, my parents still use them for winter coats. They have been holding a ton of weight for years. I hope the CT ones are just as good. http://www.canadiantire.ca/browse/produ ... earch=true
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