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This section includes pull-down wardrobe rails for fitting into existing wardrobes and designed to facilitate access to high hanging clothes. Some have a spring-loaded mechanism which is pulled down with a pole, others are electrically operated with an up/down control.  

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Lift-pull Down Wardrobe Rail
Pull down wardrobe rail designed to facilitate access to high hanging clothes and leave lower area of wardrobe free. Comprises: spring-loaded mechanis...
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Granberg Butler 722 Overhead Electric Wardrobe Lift
Electric wardrobe rail lift. Mechanically lowers a clothes rail down from an overhead wardrobe space to a comfortable height. Comprises: built-in sa...
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Granberg Butler 720 Pull Down Wardrobe Rail
Electric wardrobe lift that can be inserted into a wardrobe to facilitate access to hanging clothes. Comprises: height adjustable wardrobe rail; handh...
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If you are unsure about what you need why not try our AskSARA tool to narrow down your search by considering what areas of daily living you need help with.

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