Ryan Landis was 10-years-old when he invented HangEase, a collapsible hanger. After breaking hanger after hanger from yanking off his shirts hanging in the closet, the aspiring inventor created a prototype for a kids-friendly collapsible hanger. They were sold at Walmart, back in 2006. But nearly 10 years later, they're impossible to find. There’s a HangEase website but no way to order the product. And it’s not available on Amazon.
What is available on Amazon is HangEase’s competitor, the Solo Collapsible Hanger. A set of 4 goes for $14.99.
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