Do you need a cubicle coat hanger or a cubicle coat hook? Well, this article will give you a great solution. It will also hold anything you can put on a hanger, your gloves, and a pocketbook if you need to.
Cubicle coat hangers are obviously specialized items that were developed to hang coats or anything you can put on a hanger on a cubicle wall.
Sometimes it’s the small things within an office cubicle that make the biggest impact. A coat hanger for cubicle might just be one of those big impact accessories.
Fellowes Cubicle Coat Hook – Dual Function
Well, I came across a fairly small cubicle accessory that is also very reasonably priced. It’s my Fellowes Partition Additions Coat Hook and Clip.
If you live in a cubicle for a majority of your working life, as I do, you need somewhere to hang up your coat, hat, jacket, sweater, or sweatshirt. This accessory is one of the most unique cubicle hangers for coats I’ve seen on the market.
Coat Hook as well as a Clip for Gloves and Hat
It not only has a hook upon which you can hang your coat, but it also is equipped with a pretty strong clip that can hold your gloves or anything else you might want to hang. You can see in one of the images below that you can even use it to hang a calendar, poster, or anything else that you want to hang with the clip.
Office coat hooks, especially for the cubicle wall, are abundant but are they all made with the quality of this Fellowes Coat Hook and Clip? In my mind, heck no!
Prior to this coat hook, the traditional office cubicle coat hook that I had was one that hung loosely on my cubicle wall and was not adjustable. You can see that one here. This Fellowes cubicle coat hook is adjustable with a screw driver.
You simply unscrew the set screw, place it on your cubicle wall, squeeze it tight against the wall, and tighten the screw. You can see more in the images further down in this article.
Now you have a custom coat hook for cubicle that fits the wall perfectly and is solid as a rock. I found this to be an awesome feature when it comes to cheap coat hooks but it’s only cheap in price and not in versatility.
My Fellowes Cubicle Coat Hanger Images
Cubicle hangers for coats come in many different configuration but I feel that this particular Fellowes office cubicle coat hook has the best design. It not only conforms to the width of your cubicle wall, it also includes a clip from which you can hang your gloves, scarf, or whatever you want to hang.
Cubicle Coat Rack and Versatile Clip
Assembly and Installing the Office Cubicle Coat Hook
Speaking of versatility, how many coat hooks have you seen that also have a built-in clip to hold your gloves, hat, or scarf? You can even use it to hold up a calendar (as I show in the image above).
It might even make sense to buy a few of these Fellowes Coat Hooks if you are looking to use the clips as a way to hold up a poster or a colorful print for your cubicle wall.
For the price, it might be your best option for hanging items in your cubicle. You can also check out some other cubicle coat hooks below.
Other Highly-Rated Office Coat Hooks | Cubicle Coat Hooks
Cubicle hooks for coats are plentiful out there in the marketplace. Here are three that just might work for you if the Fellowes cubicle hook for coats isn’t for you.
As you can see above, cubicle coat hooks and cubicle coat hangers are available in many different types and styles. You can buy them as single or double coat hooks.
I think that the Fellowes coat hook and clip that I purchased for my office cubicle, and featured in this article, is one of the best that you can buy. It is high quality and versatile at the same time. Cool coat hooks are certainly out there.
You just have to find what works for your office cubicle. If you have a question about this particular cubicle accessory of anything on this site, just leave it in the comments or use my Contact Me page.
Bob has been blogging for over 20 years and has been an office and cubicle dweller for more than 35 years. He has been featured in numerous online publications such as US News and World Report, Bustle, and Work Awesome (you can read his articles here). He created the popular office website CubicleBliss in January 2011 and rebranded it as WorkspaceBliss in April 2020.
In the office he’s been an IT Manager, Applications Engineer, Systems Analyst, Software Project leader, and Programmer Analyst in his long career. He’s a Certified Microsoft Professional and possesses a Masters of Science degree and two Bachelor of Science degrees, one of those in Informational Technology.
During his career he has worked in the office full-time, as a hybrid remote worker, and has worked from home permanently.