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#41 new_home_maker

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 12:56 AM

Came across this item quite high tech with Nano Silver filter - may be useful for those interested.
http://www.goodhill.com/app/xpede.php

Any one used this before ?

    

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Posted 20 July 2010 - 01:22 PM

We have started renovation and went for Tame laundryas their service is good..Look for Mr. Calvin Liew 9747 3887.

http://www.renotalk....mp;#entry546379

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 10:42 PM

tame is durable and designed practically.. but i find them a little ugly, their after sales uncles r quite pro but don't really like the looks of their system especially the extendable poles that hang unevenly.. but it's really to singapore's standard, easy to use and won't damage yr walls.
ezliving is pretty, but everything else sucks, parts hits yr wall hard and damage paint during use, need muscle power to operate, the after sales is non-existence less a short demo...
genesis is like the ferrari of all, but the reliability sucks.. after sales is ok, effortless to use but it breaks down too often..
i rem there's another brand out there, probably can try that after my current one breaks down...

Edited by rawmeat, 23 July 2010 - 04:57 PM.


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 11:27 AM

QUOTE (rawmeat @ Jul 22 2010, 10:42 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
tame is durable and designed practically.. but i find them a little ugly, their after sales uncles r quite pro but don't really like the looks of their system especially the extendable poles that hang unevenly.. but it's really to singapore's standard, easy to use and won't damage yr walls.
ezliving is pretty, but everything else sucks, parts hits yr wall hard and damage paint during use, need muscle power to operate, the after sales is non-existence less a short demo...
genesis is like the ferrari of all, but the reliability sucks.. after sales is ok, effortless to use but it breaks down too often..
i rem there's another brand out there, probably can try that after my current one breaks down...


Hi Rawmeat, can you explain why you say genesis is like "ferrari"? I had used Easy Hanger (used their authorised distributor in IMM), very similar to Genesis and the strings always get stuck and I have to re-align as well. Not sure if that is what you mean by Genesis always breaking down.

I am looking for the manual retractable ceiling type, and need to mount using brackets to wall, but Easy Hanger is unable to do the brackets I require (plus their brackets now cost 3 times more than what they charged me years back for my old system) and only Genesis is able to fabricate their own brackets.

Some helpful advice would be nice!

#45 livingonten

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Posted 18 August 2010 - 12:06 AM

hi all!

i'm looking for wall mount laundry hanger, to be placed at my access balcony. those hangers that are to be mounted on the ceiling are out of the equation because that will be so jarring for pple who first enter the hse.

i've shortlisted Foldable Wall-Mounted Laundry Hanger (HL 501) from home niche. any feedback on it? cos aesthetically it fits the bill, except the practical aspect is still quite unknown.

thanks in advance! smile.gif


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Posted 21 August 2010 - 02:26 PM

I decided to just go with Genesis - hope its ok. It looks exactly the same as the one I have at home now from Easy Hanger, but the easy hanger pple quoted me 2.5X the price of what I paid for 7 yrs ago and insisted that I can do a wall mount since my walls are parallel to the rods and not perpendicular. I think that's just silly cos its a matter of fabricating a bracket that can do the same thing. I've put the photos of the Genesis hanger which I took at their factory and the one am using now. Any feedback is appreciated


My current system


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Posted 06 November 2010 - 11:14 PM

QUOTE (belle @ Mar 14 2007, 08:41 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
We bought the type where each pole is individually controlled made in Taiwan for our laundry area. About $400 plus from Ezziliving. Tame also has a similar version. We also have the rucksuck in the balcony bought through Ezziliving.

We have tried 3 types of the up and down clothes airer in our past home and the current home and the latest individually controlled pole type is the best. The type with an accordian attachment to the ceiling tends to get out of balance with use so one side goes up higher than the other side and it takes some effort to fix it. The second type - which is controlled by a ball chain - is very slow to pull up and down. For the first 2 types, the entire load of laundry must move up and down together which means that it is very heavy to pull and also tends to wear out the moving parts faster. Our latest airer has individually controlled pole so it is much lighter and easier to move up and down.


May I know which company did u purchase the individual controlled pole system from? How many yrs have u been using it & is it still working well for u? Am thinking of installing it for my new flat thus need some advice. Thanks!

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Posted 08 February 2011 - 02:27 PM

This is my laundry hanger...bought from a shop previously located at IMM. Now they have moved to Kaki Bukit.

I paid $788 for the complete system with installation.






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Posted 06 October 2011 - 12:03 AM

My mum wants this... Can PM me contact pls?


This is my laundry hanger...bought from a shop previously located at IMM. Now they have moved to Kaki Bukit.

I paid $788 for the complete system with installation.

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 11:51 AM

Hi mae29,

Could you also kindly PM me the contact as well? Is this remote controlled? I would like a remote controlled one :). Thanks!

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Posted 12 May 2013 - 09:34 PM

Hi Mae

Can you kindly forward me your contact and your system model number if possible. Greatly appreciate it.
By the way how is this system holding up so far? Anything bad about it?

Thanks
Isaac

#52 EdensMom

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Posted 19 July 2013 - 01:54 PM

I am looking at hanging clothes out the window..... but I am on a low floor.  Has anyone ever seen a "cover" for these poles, to stop the washing getting wet from neighbours above?  I'd be interested in how to make this or where to buy it....



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Posted 19 July 2013 - 10:04 PM

Guys, my advise is: make sure you have enough space for you to move around, otherwise you will regret...

it happened to my Client who call me in to help  :help: after they have installed the system.

End up they will have to remove their alum grill inorder to keep the system function  






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