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Alba Coat Stand Stand Black 8 Pegs 1760H

Viking Number Q25-5044806

Hang it right

Simple hooks can be okay, but some coats simply deserve something better. So don't just just stick your coat on a hook, hang it on a coat hanger and make sure that it keeps its shape.

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(£53.99 incl. VAT)


Hang it right

Stan multi directional black coat stand

Holds up to 6 umbrellas

Easy self assembly

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Viking Number 5044806 
Brand Alba 
Colour black 
Finish Powder coated 
Height 1760 mm 
Manufacturer Part No PMSTAN3 N 
Material Steel 
Number of Hooks
Product Type Coat Stand 
Self-Assembly Yes 
Unit Each 
Warranty Manufacturer Alba 
Warranty Period 3 Years 
Weight 8000 g 
What's in the Box
  • Stan 3
  • 2 x Hook
EAN 3129710011407 
Alba Coat Stand Stand Black 8 Pegs 1760H
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Alba Coat Stand Stand Black 8 Pegs 1760H reviews verified by Reevoo

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Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 10 reviews
8 out of 10


London GB Charity
Looks good
Took a while to put together
Confirmed purchase: 15 January 2015
Published on: 07 February 2015
7 out of 10


Platt Bridge Wigan Lancs GB
We are very happy with the design, height etc etc.
We are a litle disappointed there are not enough actual cook hooks, the green ones that attach to it.
Confirmed purchase: 19 December 2012
Published on: 18 January 2013
10 out of 10


Crowborough GB I like innovation
The coathangar is a solid and stable item and it will take many coats and jackets. I particularly like the round `hooks` which do not damage garments at all.
Only that there is a piece of equipment left over, which should fit into the base but I could not work out where it went. However, in spite of this missing piece, the coathangar is still stable.
Confirmed purchase: 14 May 2012
Published on: 23 August 2012
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