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Gymnastics is good for the health. However, surely this does not include the contortions that are required with certain wardrobes. In wardrobes with compartments at an unreachable height and clothes that are immersed in the infinite darkness, you are straining, bending, stretching and ducking all the time. Now the Häfele experts have brought movement into the equation and given the wardrobe a new twist.
The larder unit pull-out provides plenty of accessible storage space.
If the entire height of the room is utilised with the wardrobe, a large amount of space is created – but unfortunately this is often a long way away for people of average height. For this reason, this model makes use of different lift systems. There is a lift system on both the left-hand and right-hand sides. The wardrobe rail can be conveniently pulled down using a single manual operation.
A wall unit lift does the business in the middle area. Its wooden boxes can bear an impressive weight of twelve kilos. Smart: the Plexiglas bottoms of the boxes reveal their contents at all times, without having to be swivelled down.
Always there: the clothes lift also makes high cabinets accessible.
The lower areas of the wardrobe are easier to reach, but a lack of light often clouds the issue in these locations. Illuminated wardrobe rails and large extensions are the solution. The trousers are also well organised on the extending holder, as are the shoes on the extension below it. The larder unit pull-out provides plenty of room that is always accessible for underwear, socks, scarves and accessories. The motto in this wardrobe is therefore: find rather than search. The only downside: the sports kit is always quickly in hand. In other words: no excuses.
Illuminated rails bring light into the depths of the wardrobe.