Round Top Purse Hanger

$7.95 USD
Item# 63945
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Keep your purse within reach and off the floor
  • Rubber backed so your bag stays right where you put it
  • Swivel arm folds flat so you can tuck it into your purse when not in use
  • Features a 1" diameter bezel cup
  • Holds up to 30 lbs


Product Description

Keep Your Bags Safe and Clean with this Stylish, Innovative Hanger!
Decorate your hanger with a custom 25mm (approximately 1") glass cabochon and you will be the talk of the table next time you are out with friends! The sturdy, nickel-plated purse hanger is rubber backed to keep your bags secure, and holds up to 30 pounds. The 3-3/4" swivel arm folds flat to tuck easily into your purse or handbag, and opens easily to slide onto any table top. This a must have accessory for any gal on the go.

Shown with a fused cabochon, not included.

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Pros : Great gift idea
Cons : I would have liked it a bit stronger looking.
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  •   Needs to be longer
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Pros : Great for standard tables.
Cons : While these are great for tables that aren't very thick, so many tables are too thick for these to work. Adding another inch would make these work on so many more tables.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Great gift
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Pros : These are great sellers for me. They really stand out when in use.
Cons : I have had many where the set screw came out. Once it is out it is impossible to get back in, even if you still have the screw. I have also gotten several where the plating was flaking off.
Other Thoughts : I now put a dot of gorilla glue over the set screw of each one I purchase. That seems to keep them from falling apart so easily.
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