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Absolut Hangsmart

Hanging prints, photos, or any work of art, is an absolute nightmare, using measuring tapes, creating unnecessary holes, or using spirit levels, is incredibly frustrating experience. Introducing Absolut Hangsmart, the sane way to mount, adjust, and even level any work of art. Simply mount Hangsmart using the included adhesive or screws (depending on the weight of the frame) and then hang your frame onto it by pulling down until it clicks in. Then, the device lets you move the frame up, down, and side to side to get the perfect position, and even auto-levels when you let go. Adjust art up to 6" horizontally and 8" vertically until youre satisfied. For the first time ever, frames can be adjusted up, down, left, right, without becoming crooked, or even being removed from the wall! watch the video below

source: GearHungry




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