Best retail store fixtures & equipment according to redditors

We found 85 Reddit comments discussing the best retail store fixtures & equipment. We ranked the 63 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Retail anti-theft equipment
Retail bags & boxes
Mannequins & clothing forms
Retail pricing supplies
Retail displays & racks
Retail shelving & wall displays
Retail shopping baskets & carts

Top Reddit comments about Retail Store Fixtures & Equipment:

u/scoops_dee · 35 pointsr/vegan

Cool! If you get some reusable cloth bags, you won't have to create so much plastic waste :)

u/DongTheMong · 10 pointsr/sailing
u/DeuterThreeyah · 9 pointsr/Ultralight
u/blipsman · 5 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

Paper are pretty common -- you often get offered choice of paper or plastic -- but most of the time now the paper ones have handles, like this. They are surprisingly strong -- especially when stores double bag them.

u/nyc4life · 4 pointsr/nyc

Or you can get 1,000 shopping bags for $25

u/GaijinGhost · 3 pointsr/funkopop

Grabbed them from here, come in sets of 3 and very convenient

u/Epats · 3 pointsr/funkopop

Thank you:) here’s the link for those:

Umbra Showcase Display Shelves, Black

u/unklestinky · 2 pointsr/news

Nah, that's when (for spite) you spend $25 and order 1000 bags off of Amazon and keep those in your car.

u/Rationalistx · 2 pointsr/Eugene

$30 dollars on amazon for 1,000

Edit: I understand why im being downvoted, incorrect information....
You can get 1,000 for $24.99 and 2 day shipping

u/Hayek_Hiker · 2 pointsr/anchorage

Buy your own plastic bags for $0.03 each, $30 for a 1,000, at

u/Fakename998 · 2 pointsr/Flipping

Yeah. The clothing that I sell most are the ones on the mannequin. I use one like this:
It really does look better than hanging or laying flat.

u/gunslinger_006 · 2 pointsr/comicbooks

If they have value (either monetary or personal) please put them in Mylite sleeves so the UV doesn't fade them over time.

What I do is put them in mylite2 sleeves, with a double sided acid free backing board, and then I put them up on these little umbra shelves:

I set the comic on a small square of that grippy drawer liner material (in white, so it matches the shelf) so it can't shift or slip off if the wall is vibrated (by slamming doors, etc...).

Works great and looks fantastic.

u/moldyshoe · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I like the setup, I really do. However, I just can't quite understand why you chose to use the longer legs for the second monitor riser.

I'd suggest installing a shorter set of legs for your second riser. I mean if you're going to have the gap in between, then you might as well put the right speaker there on top of the risers and place the camera lenses(?) in storage. You could also try installing a couple of these on the left and right side of your primary monitor and and placing your speakers there but you'd have to measure it out to see if they'll work there. If you're worried about visible cables with this method you can always run them to the back side of the monitor.

Another thing you can try is replacing your speakers entirely with a more slim profile unit such as a soundbar and placing it under your risers.

Hell here is one more: If you don't want to lose the space that the higher riser gives and if you don't mind a bit of clearance between your desk and the wall try installing dual monitor arms. You're going to want to retain the same height of your primary monitor because I assume that's what you are comfortable with and then have your second monitor inline and bevel to bevel. That should leave you with just enough clearance for your second monitor in the vertical plane and some more clearance to the right for your speaker and maybe even your plant.

Anyway, as they say, "you're never really finished". Good luck.

u/KristianCollie · 2 pointsr/vegan
u/sords · 2 pointsr/Flipping

Paper cutter.

Picked one up for a few dollars at a yard sale. I use it to cut up cardboard. If I have something light that can ship first class but semi fragile like an action figure or a $20-40 fishing reel I will cut up a strip of cardboard and wrap it around the item then throw it in a bubble mailer. I could use scissors or just rip the cardboard but there's less waste and faster with a paper cutter.

Rubbing alcohol for getting ink off items, just be careful with certain items as it can fade labels

Spaghetti strainer. Good for rinsing legos. Picked up a metal one at a yard sale as well for $1

Lingerie garment bag, good for also washing stuff like legos in a washing machine

Torso mannequins(I think I got a better deal than this on ebay, under $40 for this set)

Styrofoam head for modeling hats. A few bucks on ebay.

u/Arleare13 · 1 pointr/AskAnAmerican

Thanks. The paper bags that grocery stores use do look like that, but have handles at the top, like this:

u/autonomous2323 · 1 pointr/HotWheels

Like this?

u/mildlyEducational · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Oh no, I meant some people still buy the single use, disposable kinds. You can get them in packs of hundreds and thousands online.

Most who do this use them for dog poop or something, but a few buy them in the spirit of "screw the environmentalist tree hugger hippies." They're probably the same morons who approve of rolling coal.

u/truecolors110 · 1 pointr/konmari

I have a hook that I hang my keys on and three small shelves ( that I place my wallet, cosmetics, and then pen and paper on.

The hook and shelves are actually on the wall down my basement stairs, which is very close to my garage entrance.

u/gaifoqs · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

It's an RFID security label/sticker used in loss prevention. They're usually deactivated at checkout by passing it over a field of a specific type for the label.

1000 Paper Security Label 1.5 X 1.5 Inch RF 8.2Mhz White Checkpoint Compatible EAS Loss Prevention

u/spiller37 · 1 pointr/chicago

$0.04 / bag here.