Spring Clip Backplate Crossbar Hooks for Toothbrushes

This flat crossbar merchandiser featured spring-clip hook B/P (backplates) to anchor the rows of toothbrushes in position. One of the main advantages of flat crossbar merchandisers is the infinite adjustability of hook position along the bar. But loose fitting saddle mounts on applications like toothbrushes can be easily knocked out of position. Spring-fit backplates are a much better choice. Rotated metal plate label holders allowed closer spacing of these hooks. Finally a powdercoated finish was more environmentally friendly than chrome. Criticisms? The adhesive labels were larger than the metal plate holders, allowing the label stock to overhang and get ratty and unkempt. And the entire display was loosely spaced for a fixture whose purpose was to tighten up the product.

For vertical label holders as a space saving device SEE…
Rotated Toothbrush Label Holders
Label Orientation Alternates
Narrow vs. Wide Label Holders.”

For One Lug / One Hole Hooks in space-savings VISIT…
Perfect Use of One-Hole Hooks
One-Hole Hooks Compared” and
One-Hole Hooks on Display

For other other density-increasing arrangements SEE…
Hook Mis-align Increases Sales
Hook Stagger Violates Convention” and
Erratic Hooks Tighten Display.”

For size-related Label Holder discussions see…
Label Size vs Display Density
Rulers Sold On Hooks
Short Sheeted 3/4″ Deep Label Holders
Buy-One Get-One Flip-Front Selling Tool
How to Make a Flip Front Sign Holder
Narrow vs. Wide Label Holders.”

For pimped out Metal Plate Label Holder applications SEE…
Batholder Sports Style With Curved Metal Plate
Rotated Toothbrush Label Holders
B/P Anchors Toothbrushes with Rotated Holders
Metal Plate Orientation Alternatives
Granite Powdercoat Metal Plate Not Golden Ratio”
Half Height Metal Plate Label Holder
Single Row Wrap Rack with Metal Plate
Metal Plate Holders With Extrusion Upgrade
Serpentine Slatwire Drop-in Metal Scan Hook

For 30+ links to Metal Plate Label Holder use SEE…
Metal Plate Fixture Mania

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