Easy to set-up. I bought it for my sister who is temporarily living in our home. The rack did fall down and need to be re-assembled. Be careful about the amount of clothes placed on the rack.
This is a perfectly functional, if not perfect, garment rack to use if you find yourself out of closet space (or just without a closet). I've currently got about 18 shirts and one heavy coat hanging on mine, and it seems to be holding up fairly well - even though it does sway a bit side to side when moving items around, which is to be expected considering what it's made of how it it's constructed. And the construction is surprisingly good, considering this is literally just about 30-some pieces of PVC pipe, a handful of plastic corner pieces, and some fabric. The instructions are helpful, although it's really fairly intuitive as to what goes where just from looking at the pictures. No tools are needed, which is a bonus. Overall, if you need some extra space temporarily, this is a pretty decent route to go.
This is a very sturdy rack, and was easy to put together. I have used the flimsy wooden 5&10cent store model for years, which easily collapses under the weight of delicate under garments. This rack has not collapsed full with multiple pairs of sports leggings and tops. I love this rack.
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