Yes, the name sounds like something you’d see being sold on TV in the middle of the night, but the Hang-O-Matic looks like a useful tool if you have a lot of pictures or artwork to hang. It has a built-in metal tape that measures up to 6 feet, and there’s a sliding bubble level attached to the tape. There are also two sliding anchors on the tape that measure the distance between two holes or hooks on the back of any item, and they can then make a couple of dimples on the wall to show where you need to place the picture hangers. And of course the level makes sure that your picture will hang straight once it’s on the wall.
Rabin says she and her husband spent a lot of time, money and effort on a retail packaging design for the Hang-O-Matic, a picture hanging tool. An effort to save money on the design by going with an amateur graphic designer proved to be a costly mistake.
Cut the frustration by having a well-designed picture hanging tool that makes short work of getting your two anchor point art hung right (the first time). Find out how this little gadget fared in my home test.
Do you dread when someone gives you a framed photo or piece of art? Now, hanging can be a piece of cake with the Hang-O-Matic. This simple tool is a tape measure, a level and a marker, all built into one. But best of all, in just minutes you can measure the correct dimensions for your […]
I may not be an expert or a contractor or a handywoman but I can tell you what hardware is best to use for your walls. I have read many blog posts and have heard lots of people saying they don’t want to put holes in the walls and I understand that. Hanging things on […]
Welcome to your new home! It took hours and hours to unpack, easy. It was a lot of heavy lifting moving furniture in but you had help of a family or a friend and got it done. Great! What’s the next step? Paint and hang your wall décor. A house just isn’t a home until it’s […]
I’m always inspired by the ingenious creativity of some of the women entrepreneurs out there who created products and services because they couldn’t find what they needed in the market place.
Hanging drawings, paintings or photography can be an art form unto itself. Lining frames up, mounting them evenly, and keeping the tops level can require multiple tools and lots of patience.
Rabin’s invention is simplicity itself. Use the Hang-O-Matic to measure the distance between the two hanging points on the back of an item (a picture, flat-screen TV, shelves or other wall decor)