DarwinFebruary 02, 2021
It's a good-looking and sleek rack, although a bit pricey for what you get. The hooks are a bit close together, and hanging up anything bulky, like winter parkas, on two consecutive hooks would be a tight fit.
However, as this rack comes with only two drywall screws for mounting, it's not really designed to hold 5 parkas in the first place. It does hold four lighter jackets of mine rather well though. I wouldn't trust it for hanging much more than that without ripping through the drywall.
The rack is mounted by using a template to drill two drywall screws with plastic anchors into the wall. You must leave the screw heads about 1/4" out of the wall so the heads can slide into two keyhole slots cut into the back of the rack itself. For that reason, even if you did drill the screws into studs, the rack is really hanging onto the two screw heads only. I wouldn't load up the rack with a heavy load since I'd basically be testing to see if the drywall gave out before the screw heads tore through their slots.
I do like the rack. It looks quite slick, and it's nice for mounting behind a door as it doesn't protrude too far from the wall and the unused hooks can fold up out of the way. I would give it another star if it had better support, such as screw holes drilled all the way through the rack with a metal bracket. I'd also give it another star if it were a bit cheaper, because there really isn't too much material there--you're just paying extra for the novelty of the design.