Traditional Pegboard Extenders

Pegboard Extenders mount to one level of pegboard, allowing another level to be attached farther forward. The result is a configuration able to display long-handled items to the rear, and gain extra vertical display space up front. This is a great merchandising concept that I do not see often enough. And though this example is not the best execution I have ever seen, it should convey the concept. I will search for better examples to share with you.

For line item vertical surface “extender“ concepts SEE…
Extender Outfits Entire Length of Aisle
Traditional Pegboard Extender” (This Post)
Modern Pegboard Extender
Wire Basket Extender
Overhead Hook Merchandising
Extender with Guarded Multi-Hook
Pegboard Extender Naked
Periscope Hooks Expand Display

Also browse shelf edge extenders at…
Single Item Shelf-Edge Extender
Shelf Extender is Bottom Mount
Shelf Edge Shoe Extension

For all Pinterest Board summaries of extenders see…
Extenders: Vertical Surface Display
Extenders: Horizontal Shelf Edge Display
Extenders: Periscope Hooks and Fixtures

For individual related “extends above” approaches see…
Stable-Base Periscope Hook
Periscope Bar Merchandiser
Periscope Gift Card Hook
Periscope Hooks Expand Display
Periscope Scan Hook.”
Periscope Single Prong Hook
Periscope Loop Hook
Periscope Hook Pimple
One-for-All and All-for-One Ballstops

Not wanting to detract from the valuable concept of Pegboard Extenders, I must nevertheless point you to “Ideas Wanted: Retail Guard Rail” for a glimpse of this particular style Pegboard Hook Backplate under heavy use. WARNING: The linked post is graphically violent and rated for Mature Fixture Audiences Only.

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