cliq magnetic clothing hangers by flow design eliminates hooks
cliq magnetic clothing hangers by flow design eliminates hooks cliq magnetic clothing hangers by flow design eliminates hooks
mar 17, 2014
cliq magnetic clothing hangers by flow design eliminates hooks

cliq clothing hangers replace hooks with earth magnets
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german-latvian designers georg dwalischwili and janis karklins of flow design have completely overhauled the design of the ubiquitous clothing hanger with ‘cliq’ by eliminating the hook from the hanger. replaced with strong earth magnets instead, the minimal natural birch hangers are capable of supporting up to two kilograms of weight, holding wardrobe items such as suits, coats, sweaters or t-shirts. the cliq can be used on any metallic tube or surface, and because the magnets create equal gaps between the hangers, clothing racks always appear organized.



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 the cliq can be used on any metallic tube or surface


 the hanger eliminates the hook, saving on average 6 cm of vertical space


 the premium version can hold up to two kilograms of weight


 the hangers are available in natural birch, transparent white and vibrant black surface finishes


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