There are many different types of holders and racks that can be
seen in shops and retail outlets but there is nothing to beat a floor spinner for looks, utility and for saving valuable floor space. It has pockets of different sizes attached to small extensions which are fixed to one main rod. This rod in turn is fixed to a floor stand and can revolve on its axis. The main advantage in having a floor spinner is that a large number of similar items can be displayed on one stand and all that a customer has to do is to stand at one place, spin the stand and browse all the items. He need not move around the shop floor looking at the same items kept at multiple points.
The main types of spinners that are usually seen in shops can be categorized as follows –
• Display of CDs, cassettes and magazines – A floor spinner displaying these items have either acrylic sheet pockets or small wire holders into which CDs and cassettes can be slipped in and these are attached to the main rod. Magazines and brochures can be kept in those with larger sized pockets.
• Clipper Display – Instead of a single rod, there are wires attached between circular plates on the top and bottom and the whole thing is fitted to a revolving stand. Numerous clips are attached to the wires. Snack packets or small items can be clipped on to this floor spinner. They are available in 60 in height as floor stands and 25in height for counter top.
• Clothes racks – This is the most common of all spinner display racks and are found in small shops as well as large departmental stores. A large powder coated iron ring is attached to the top of the main rod and from here clothes are hung with hangars. The clothes can be categorised by size, designs or price range.
Apart from these stands, there are several types that can be improvised to suit any purpose. It is also possible to get a floor spinner customised for your specific need.