Made in china crummy
Jan 11, 2017
Immediately noticed through the sealed bag that they were cheaply made. First one I squeezed immediately twisted sideways. The spring is as weak as any you buy made in china at any discount store. And sure enough surprise.. Made in china. Sigh.. What a waste. Not worth the hastle of returning. I'll use them for kindling. Lehmans..be embarassed. If the original fou der knew you were selling this under his family name hevd be horrified. Heck I'm horrified for him. Shame.
Lehman's says: We are so sorry for experience and that the clothespins did not live up to the quality that we strive for. Please give us a call, so we can make it right: 1-800-438-5346.
Sep 24, 2012
I am back for more of these clothespins. They really work and don't fall apart like the ones you get at local discount stores. I save $100/per month on the electric bill hanging my clothes out and the clothes smell nicer and less ironing.
Jun 19, 2012
Lehman's clothespins are much like those I had many years ago--and they really work. They are big enough to hold almost any item, and they rarely flip apart.
Apr 23, 2012
These are longer clothespins than are available at my local discount store. The spring isn't as strong as some of my older ones. Too bad they had to come all the way from China.
Jan 2, 2012
These are great full sized clothes pins which I have not found in local stores. All I can find locally are smaller and do not hold heavier items such a wet jeans on the line very well. These hold everything and are of good quality.
Oct 19, 2011
Pitiful quality. Walmart has these exact ones. I'm going back to buy the extra large plastic ones at Walmart.
Sep 30, 2011
We sent them back. They are the same flimsy imported ones you get at the discount stores. We were hoping to find some like the ones we bought 30 years ago (many of which we are still using). The old ones are only slightly longer and have a slightly thicker spring, but it is enough so they did not slip off or pop apart like the new ones when hanging heavy jeans on the line. If someone finds a source for good ones, please post it!
Aug 11, 2011
I really like these clothes pins. They are large enough so that I can easily get a hold of one at a time. Their size and thickness provides excellent gripping. When it comes time to take the clothes in again the size of the pin makes the job much less tedious, at least for me. Due to diminished vision it is much easier for me to see these large pins. I drop fewer and if I do happen to drop one I can actually see it without difficulty. I ordered several bags and think they were worth every penny. They work well for me and I am glad I bought them.
Aug 3, 2011
Extremely poor quality: fall apart at the slightest challenge: save your money
May 26, 2011
These are slightly better quality than what I found at the dollar store or a big box store. I was really hoping for thicker springs that really hold well. A slight tug and they snap. Maybe this is just how they're made these days. When compared by 20 year old pins, these are definitely more wimpy. Hopefully, they have just as long of a life as others I've purchased.
Dec 24, 2010
I was so excited when the clothespins arrived, only to be very disappointed with them. I had previously purchased some from walmart and they were not very sturdy which is why I started looking for better ones and ordered from you. Sad thing is the walmart clothespins are actually better.
Aug 31, 2010
These clothespins are very disappointing. I have some big clothespins that my mother used 50 years ago. They are very sturdy and have a tight spring. I was hoping to get the same quality with these clothespins, but they are no better then what I picked up at Walmart.