Normally classed as a Double Arm Utility / Broom Hook, this 3″ grid-mount fixture takes on a new duty when inverted. By anchoring the tail of long handled items it organizes the display and helps force creation of extra display space between handles.
To my mind the overall display was so dense that the visual clutter did not allow the eye to easily distinguish all the items. But an alternate and equally valid argument could be that maximum density itself was the final goal … someone in need of an ordinary everyday household utensil would shop the display to find their item … finding other useful gadgets along the way. Which side of the marketing fence do you fall on … shopability vs. display density … and for what particular product lines CLICK the thumbnail for the normal orientation and use of a Double Arm Utility Hook within this same display.
For the best of Broom Hooks posts SEE…
“Hinge-Mount Straight-Entry Mop Rack for EndCap”
“Triple Threat Utility Broom Hook”
“Plug-In and Pegboard Hooks Combine as Broom Hook”
“Inverted Hook Anchors Items”
“Round Nosed Utility Broom Hook”
“Undulating Arm Broom Hook”
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