Black Metal Plate Scan Hooks outfit a counter-rotating Spinner display of reciprocating saw blades. Though low on items due to brisk sales, the Scan Hooks are of significant length to allow equally-significant stock offerings of the light blades. Metal Plate Scan Hooks accept Adhesive Labels, or with addition of Extruded Plastic Label Holders, accept Drop-In Plain Paper Labels.
You might not put the words “Lego®” and “Stationery” together, but with their usual creativity, Lego does with a PowerWing of writing aids. What are the advantages to Lego Stationery elements? The usual Lego interlock and attachment capability. Curiosity aroused? Browse the Lego offering via gallery of images. See that PowerWing outfitting is via short Metal Plate Scan Hooks for 1” Grid, complete with aftermarket Extruded Plain Paper Label Holders. Both PowerWing and Hooks are white powder coat, a color (non-color) also picked up in the yellow packaging. Seen at Toys R Us.
An array of Frisbees® plus one facing of Star Wars Kites nicely fill this PowerWing as aerial merchandise promotion. To insure that items are easy to access and remove, PowerWing Grid Hooks are Flip-Front in nature. Scan Hook Label Holders are articulated plastic extrusions that swing up and out of the way for product removal, then fall back into place promoting the next sale. Hence, the “Flip-Front” moniker. Maybe you should consider for your PowerWing promotional power plays? Consider the possibilities as you browse the gallery of images. Seen at Toys R Us.
Loose spacing upgraded the image and shoppability of Crayola® Colored Pencils and paraphernalia on PowerWing. Tight packing maximizes merchandising density, but loose provides visual separation of items for better browsing. Hooks are of the Metal Plate Scan variety for 1” Grid with Extruded Holders for plain-paper, drop-in Labels. Powder coat is clean-looking white. Seen at Toys R Us.
Only a portion of the usual overall PowerWing concept here, creates a Table-Top Half-Width fixture for Cashwrap use. I might have configured with Wing-Walls on both sides like a standard PowerWing, thinking the standard configuration in short height would cost less. But maybe I am wrong and there is significant savings eliminating the left Wing. Can a professional estimator weight in on the cost of the two alternate concepts? Meanwhile, browse the Half-Half configuration in the gallery of images. Seen at Toys R Us.
Long before even the Halloween Holiday, fully-formed Christmas Ornament Display are sprouting across retail. The early bird gets the worm, so maybe early Christmas sales are to had from shoppers not favoring Halloween. A 1” Grid display surface and angled wing walls host Plastic Grid Scan Hooks for Adhesive Labels. The light, hollow Ornaments are an easy-to-carry load for both long and short hook variants.