Customers appreciate that this is easy to install and lightweight. Built-in LED lights increase visibility. Provides streamlined access to many ties. It also stands out for operating quickly and quietly.
Instructions tend to be difficult to understand. May not work with all closet rods.
Users praise this tie rack for how easy it is to install. A great organizational product. We love that it's simple and easy to see. You can access any of your ties at a glance. Can be installed in virtually any closet.
One customer commented on needing additional wall anchors to install. Some felt the hooks were too close together.
Consumers praise both the quality and functionality of this unique tie rack that stores ties upright but swivels out to make them accessible. It gets top marks for durability and keeping ties secure.
Instructions could be more clear. Not ideal for men with a very large tie collection.
Can be used to organize ties, belts, or scarves. Equipped with a hanger hook that allows for easy closet storage. Comes with a smooth-finish wood center that gives it a modern look. Good customer service.
A few reports of wood center arriving a lighter color than depicted.
Made with ABS plastic that ensures lasting durability. Each rack holds up to 20 ties. Comes with clips that prevent ties from slipping. Includes a 360-degree rotating hanger hook for easy access.
A bit difficult to remove a tie without knocking others off.
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Some guys love neckties, and some hate them. Regardless of how you feel about these fashion flourishes, chances are good you own a bunch of them. Whether it’s for your daily work attire or a rare special occasion, when the time comes to pick one out, they never seem to be organized how you need them to be. That’s why it’s important to have a tie rack to hold your cravats.
A man with ties but without a tie rack is a man with a mess on his hands. Ties tangled on a closet floor look like a den of snakes. Assuming you can even coax one out of the knot, a rumpled tie isn’t really going to smartly finish off your look, now is it?
Get yourself a good tie rack, and you’ll be ready to start each day right. Whether you prefer an automated tie rack or just a basic row of static hooks, a tie rack is a must-have item for men who want their tie collection to be in order and at the ready.
The way a man organizes his closet says a lot about who he is as a person. By extension, the same can be said for his tie rack. In order to choose a tie rack that gives you the most functionality for your needs, you need to think about how often you wear your ties as well as how you like them organized. This will help you determine which tie rack would best suit your needs.
The best way to make sure you consider all of the important factors in choosing a tie rack is to envision yourself dressing in the morning. Walk through the entire process in your head, and you’ll have a better idea of what tie rack features would be most useful for your daily routine.
An automated tie rack is designed so the ties rotate in front of you with the push of a button. A fixed tie rack keeps the ties in a static position, meaning that you do the searching yourself. Personal preference and cost will guide your decision on this design question. While some people like the convenience of an automated tie-rack, others find it tedious and prefer the “analog” style of choosing a tie for the day. Think about your own morning routine and preferences when choosing between these two styles.
While some men will choose to place their tie rack in the closet with the rest of their clothes, others prefer to keep it out in the open. This makes the rack more easily accessible and visible. When determining which tie rack you want for yourself, consider where you plan to house the rack. Note that some automated models require an electrical outlet (as opposed to being battery-powered), so you’ll need to factor that into your decision.
If you only have to store 10 ties, you won’t need the same robust tie rack as someone who owns 100 ties. Count your current tie inventory, and estimate how many more ties you may be acquiring in the future. This will help you determine the capacity that you will need for one or multiple tie racks.
Some people like the ease of a tie hanger as opposed to a traditional tie rack. As the name would suggest, these tie racks hang directly from the bar in your closet and hold the ties similar to a hanger holding a shirt. The ties lie flat against one another and are accessible in the same way you would grab any other item hanging in your closet.
Tie racks are becoming complex in design, and you now have access to a number of different styles and materials. Consider the following features to determine if any of them offer you the convenience that you need when storing and choosing a tie.
Some tie racks are plug-in or battery operated and can rotate automatically with the push of a button. These racks offer a level of convenience that some of the static racks cannot. If you are a fan of electronics, you’ll want to consider a tie rack with an automated rotation feature.
A number of the tie racks that have automated rotation also have LED lights attached. These lights make it easier to choose a tie in low-light conditions, such as in the early morning in your closet.
Some static tie racks have a hinge at the base which can swing out from the wall for easier access. The benefit of this feature is that the ties can stay flush with the wall when not being used but can be easy to view and choose when necessary. This is a great feature for people with limited space.
Some mounted tie racks have a shelf on top for storage. This shelf can be useful for small accessories such as tie clips, glasses, or jewelry. If you have a need for accessory storage, consider a tie rack that contains a shelf on top for this purpose.
Inexpensive: You can find a reasonable number of options for basic tie racks priced between $5 and $30. These will be mostly static racks and hanger racks, but there are a number of good choices within this range.
Mid-range: Tie racks costing between $30 and $75 are mostly automated versions that are battery powered. They offer convenience, but may not be as sturdy as the more expensive models.
Expensive: The tie racks found between $75 and $100 are generally the highest-quality automated racks. Many of them are plugged into a wall socket rather than battery-powered, and they are engineered well enough that they rarely malfunction.
Q. Isn’t it just as easy to keep my ties in a drawer?
A. No, because keeping your ties in a drawer will lead to them being wrinkled and messy when you need them.
Q. Is keeping my ties on a clothes hanger the same as storing them on a hanger-style rack?
A. Most hanger-style tie racks have rubber and plastic clips that help your ties stay in place when in the closet. Hanging them on a regular clothes hanger can lead to a mess on your closet floor.
Q. Is an automated tie rack preferable to a static one?
A. Whether you prefer to use an automated tie rack or a static one is a function of your personal preferences and needs. Neither is universally better than the other.