No Closet Space? Here’s a Serious Storage Solution for Just $20 — Amazon Deal of the Day

Closets come in all shapes and sizes—including ones with little to no storage space. Sometimes, they even come in no shape and size, as in…there is no closet. Good news: Garment racks are stylish and—if you know where to look—surprisingly affordable. They can help you stay organized when you’re working with a tiny closet (or no closet at all). Not only are they slim enough to fit just about anywhere in your bedroom, many have wheels so they can move around your entire apartment with ease. For those studio dwellers out there, mobility is key for space efficiency!

The ProAid Single Portable Clothes Rack is currently on sale at Amazon for about twenty bucks. A quick search on CamelCamelCamel (a website devoted to tracking Amazon price changes) shows that just last month this mobile storage hub was listed for $30.99, knocking its current price down by nearly 30%.

Along with offering additional storage space, this wheeled wonder is fully adjustable and extendable, so you can modify it to meet your needs. And despite its super sleek frame, this savvy clothes rack can hold up to 26 pounds at a time, making it the perfect place to hang up your bulky winter coats and sweaters when you don’t have the closet space.

As Amazon user bsnder5 explains in his 4-star review of the rack:

“The directions could use some work, but it’s really easy to put together; no tools required. The rack is sufficiently large and was purchased because it can be lowered to a height that my wife can reach. She is temporarily in a wheelchair. It’s mobile, which is a big plus. It holds quite a few clothes and the ends can be extended for even more.”

Not too shabby for $20. Better get a move on it, this stellar steal runs out at 2pm EDT.



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