Product Review: Wonder Hangers

I was lucky enough to be sent a package of eight Wonder Hangers as a member of Parent Reviewers.  These little devices are great for adding more vertical storage to your closet space!  I love that now, when I hang my husband's shirts they use more vertical and less horizontal space in my closet!   Who couldn't use more closet space - am I right?

Wonder Hangers are made from sturdy white plastic and each hold five articles of clothing and fit all of the different sized hangers that I have in my closet!  With my eight pack, I was able to hang forty articles of clothing vertically in the same space I would have been able to hang twelve to fifteen before!  And they held up to the heavy sweaters, pants and jackets I hung with no problem and no stress!

The company claims that each hanger can hold 20 pounds of clothing - 5 winter jackets and after testing them, I believe that claim!

As an organizational tool, Wonder Hangers are versatile too - you can group like items together - all the blouses on one, skirts on another and slacks on a third, or you can use the Wonder Hanger to group complete outfits - like I did for my husband to try out - his sports jacket,  2 shirt choices, pants, belt and tie all on one Wonder Hanger, so he didn't have to think about getting dressed in the morning!  I personally am a huge mix and match kind of girl, so I prefer to sort my clothes by like items and choose my clothes based on my mood - which totally works too!

If you are like me, and want an inexpensive way to add space and organization to your closet, you should pick up a package of Wonder Hangers to try for yourself!

'An As Seen On TV product of Hampton Direct, Inc., the wonder hanger retails for $9.99 and can be purchased at major retail chains including Walmart, Target, Bed Bath and Beyond and CVS and online at'

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this product free from Hampton Direct, Inc as part of Parent Reviewers’ Review Team. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255