The Merchandise Arm of this Safety Loop Scan Hook is significantly shorter than the upper Flip-Front Scan Arm. Is the purpose to improve access to items, allow more promotional space on the Label Holder, add depth and dimensionality to the stocked display? The benefit of “Short-Sheeting” a Loop Hook intrigued me enough for this closeup and a bit of pondering. CLICK the gallery to see from other angles.
See this hook in use at…
“Loop Hooks on a Curved Surface”
For Flip-Front Hook posts by Title see..
“Short-Sheeted Scan Loop Hook”
“Business End of Flip-Front”
“Flip-Front Label Faces Sideways”
“Flip-fronts Are Saddle-Mounted”
“Buy-One Get-One Flip-Front Selling Tool“
“How to Make a Flip Front Sign Holder”
“Cookware on Grid of Jet Black“
“Uniweb Updated to Flip-Front”
“Hook Design by Porsche”
“Metal Plate Label Holder Primer“
For all Flip-Front resources see…
“Flip-Front Hook Pinterest Board”
“Flip-Front Index Page”
For all Loop Hook resources see…
“Loop Hooks Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Loop Hooks Index Page” for all resources and links
For a list of all Brown Fixtures research aids see…
“Brown Fixtures Pinterest Board“ Visual Summary
“Brown Fixtures Index Page” for all resources.
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