- 3 hooks,
- 1 rope (2.4 metres),
- ceiling fastenings
- knot-tying instructions.
Ropehooks began life as a simple task: hanging kids’ wet outdoor clothes up to dry somewhere in a boiler room. The problem was that all of the walls were taken up with pipes, wiring and the like. The only logical solution was to hang them from ceiling.
For a few years the simple rope-and-hook approach did its job until another task came up: putting hooks in the wardrobe for the kids to use. At this point we realised we needed a much better solution – and that maybe others did, too.
So we came up with an elegant hook that can hold up more than 50 kg!
You can hang your clothes and all other stuff, too.