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Old 02-06-2011, 06:16 AM   #1
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Default ?RE: Clip it up storage...need help deciding

I am looking into purchasing this item, but need input on how sturdy this is....should I get the 12 inch base and then add the 12 inch top or the 18 inch base with the 12 inch top....I know the 18inch and the 12 inch top is better in terms of being able to hang larger items but I don't know how sturdy this may be once it is loaded...

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I would definitely get the 18" base. My Clip It Up is loaded with more than I originally planned on using it for and it is sturdy in the sense that it's not going to tip over, but my middle and top sections (I have 2 tiers on mine) have a bit of "give" now that it's packed.

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Old 02-11-2011, 06:28 PM   #4
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One of the best craft storage pieces that I have ever invested in. I have the 18" base with the 12" extension. I have quite a bit on the clip it up, more than I realized when starting off. It is very sturdy. I suppose if you clipped a good amount of heavier items on it, it might have a little bit of give but I really think it will be OK.

It was so fantastic to take all the accessories, etc. and have them all in front of me instead of scattered about on shelves and in drawers and forgetting what I had and where I had them.

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I have it and love it. You can hold ALOT of stuff on it.
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