Likely to be a challenge for those without good lung capacity to inflate them.
My level of satisfaction is sky high. As a (not always successful) perfectionist and a "McGiver" who tinkers thru functionality for the household, I am SO impressed with this travel helper. This is truly engineered by those show use the product vs a general manufacturer. The carrier bag's netting so should there be any moisture because of hasty packing up, the plastic will air out. The loop of the hanger intended for the clothesline also easily sits on another hanger (I tried 2 types) and would rest solidly on a bath towel bar or peg. Blowing it up was "different" but intuitively easy. Placing teeth on air valve to open, 2 or 3 puffs it was set and it did not deflate as I placed the cap on. I thought I found an issue when I saw there is an outside raw seam of plastic along the edge of the shoulders - what about delicate blouses! As I ran my hand along the edge it was a quick realization that the plastic is soft and pliable and the seam's edge is razor precise. I would place fine knits and silks on this and not fear snags. I'm off for several days thru Tuscany Italy for hiking, museums as well as dining at some of Florence's finest restaurants. I needed this type of hanger when I steam my silky tops and should I hand wash a t-shirt and I don't want hanger marks from drying on a hotel hanger. Portable, deflated hangers fold efficiently, sturdy connection between the hanger and hook... One item off my potential travel hurdle list. FYI to the good people of Scrubba... You may want to consider checking how this item is listed on Amazon. It did not come up when I used "inflatable travel hanger." Because of the poor reviews of the listed products I went out to the internet and found your company. My good fortune! I not only found a quality product but saved money. Even with separate shipping, it was less than Amazon Prime. Another delight - I ordered it on Mon and had it on Thur (Chicago). I thought it would take longer. Today I found these hangers on Amazon by entering "Scrubba" and it comes up with your wash bags. Adding "inflatable hangers" as a keyword in the description would help shoppers find this wonderful item. I realize you may already do that but just an FYI I did not find you my first time looking on Amazon.
Great compact travel kit for drying
Quite disappointed that out of the 5 hangers inside 1 was already opened and dirty, the build was also lousy and feels likes a cheap inflatable toy.
Great to throw in the suitcase for all your washing needs. Hangers and a washing line love it