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Rated 4 out of 5Â by BritGirlNYC Good but I'm not 100% confident of it's stability
Overall this is a good product but I did feel the need to add cable ties so I was confident that it would not fall off the balcony. The struts that loop over the rail are not 100% sturdy and I did think that there was a falling risk. Having attached theses struts to the front of the holder and to the railing I am more confident.
I would recommend this but only with provisos.
The boxes do look great and add a bit of colour to the city.
June 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by dh4645 Decent baskets.
Bought these for the wife. They expand from 24" to 26", but she only has 24" baskets in them for now. Used an extra screw to prevent any sliding just in case if the weight from the soil/water tried to pull it off the railing.
Welding could have been a little neater.
June 12, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by MrGB Too Weak for Metal Railing
This hanger collapsed in on itself and fell off the metal railing just from the weight of a 36" flower box with dirt and a little water. There isn't enough support on the bottom to keep it from bending and sliding off. It might work with a 24" box, but not when extended to 36".
September 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TimL Sturdy product, adjustable for different railings
I purchased this product to hold three herb pots on my porch railing, which is over-sized; the railing and decking are a synthetic product. The holder easily adjusted to fit the extra wide railing, and to ensure the pots are level. I left the width at its minimum setting, which worked well for my three pots.
July 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by NYCgrillGal Great product for hanging baskets
This basket holder is currently set at 24 inches and holds my heavy flower boxes just fine on my balcony railing. Very sturdy and the black color looks very sleek hanging outside my window on the railing.
The only caveat is that putting it together is definitely a two person job (one to hold the basket so it doesn't fall to the ground if you're on a high floor balcony and the other person to screw the bolts onto the brackets). If you have a thicker railing, you'll have to put it together on the railing as you won't be able to just simply slide it over after it's screwed together, FYI.
May 15, 2012