"It's smooth. It purs like a kitten. It won't wake up the wife when you're coordinating an outfit for work in the morning... So if you or someone you know is looking to embrace push-button living that would make even the Jetsons envious, this little gem of a gadget is for you."I remember getting my Dad a motorized neck tie rack back in the 1980s. It ran OK for a while, but the motor died or, at the very least, he never bothered to replace the batteries. Probably because he found the thing useless. 20 years later, there are a handful of these contraptions still being sold. I haven't used any of them personally, but if the quality of the videos, websites and images advertising them are any indication, well, I'm not too certain you should rush out to buy one. After the jump, check out racks capable of holding more than 70 ties!* *What fashion forward fella has six dozen ties, belts and/or scarves?! This post is part of a theme day: BBG on Fashion
"Organize your wardrobe and keep your life running smoothly at the same time..." Also from Hugogate: 54 ties, 4 belts Available from Brookstone: "NEW" Previously available from Brookstone: wood = classy [via The Domestic Diva] Available from Pro-Idee: 68 ties, shines "pleasantly" Previously available from Sharper Image: 72 ties Previously available from Sharper Image: T-rrific: Elektrischen Krawattenhalter!
[via Cheesy or GiftyAvailable from Walmart: 30 ties Available from NexusGadgets:30 ties, too Available from Tecnoregalos: 64 ties, plus 8 belts Available from Storeshop: Presumably the top opens so you can... wait, huh? Available from Bagala