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Philippi - Sphere Coat Rack Bowl

4 of 5 stars 1 Reviews

$89.00 incl. VAT, plus $55.00 shipping

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Coat rack hooks per se are very practical, however, seldom are they really attractive. The Sphere by Philippi is completely different. This coat rack bowl combines practicality and design, as it resembles a wall-mounted piece of art.

Once mounted, Sphere Coat Rack Bowl offers space for practically anything you carry with you, and which you’d like to store in a specific place. Personal items find room in the high-polished spherical bowl: car keys, wallets, headphones or gloves; whereas a bag, scarfs, jackets or even the dog’s leash can be hung over your personal depot. Consider mounting several coat rack bowls next to each other: not only will you be amazed about the storage room gained, but looking at your new piece of art will astonish you!

The best part of kind of different wardrobe by Philippi is that important accessories are available with only a flick of the wrist. Philippi manufactures the Sphere Coat Rack Bowl of high-polished aluminium, the design stems from Carolin Pertsch.

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Item no. 125850
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Material aluminium high-polished
Colour Aluminium
Dimensions Height: 12.7 cm, Depth: 12.1 cm, Length: 12.7 cm
Weight 615 g (without packaging)
EAN 4037846154761
Design Carolin Pertsch
Design awards Form Design Prize
Category coat hook, wall hook

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Customer reviews

Looks great - but difficult to attach

4 of 5 stars 2019-05-13, , Philippi - Sphere Coat Rack Bowl
20 of 22 customers have found this review helpful.

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The ball is to be fastened to the wall with 2 drill holes (drill no. 5 > nowhere recognizable). I thought one hole was enough for the little ball (I don't like perforating the walls of my house), but it's shaky, you really need 2 holes. The ball is then attached to the base frame with a tiny grub screw directly on the wall. An Allen wrench is included which is much too short, it does not extend beyond the diameter of the ball. It was a sweaty thing to attach the bullets.

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