Instead of a boring "normal" clothes rail, the spiral one caught my eye and I decided to shell out the admittedly high cost for it. The unit was delivered within a couple of days, in a smaller than expected flat box.
Setup was relatively simple. There were no instructions included, but they did supply the two required Allen keys. There are seven pieces in total, a quite heavy base unit, two poles that fit together, one of which is screwed into the base unit. Two "arms" connect the spiral rail to the top pole, there aren't any indications on the pole to say where the arms should go, but a quick look at the photo established it should be as high to the top as possible.
In total it took me less than 10 minutes to construct the rail. I currently have around 30 items hanging on the rail, at 2 slim hangers per segment. I'm also hanging another 10 items on the lower "arm" as it's perfect for trousers/skirts. However, there is ample space on the rail, for at least 4-5 hangers per segment, and at 28 segments it could hold over 100 hangers. Balance wise it's extremely solid with the clothes on, the poles are a tad shaky, as they're just slotted not screwed together, but it's not a concern.
The unit itself is beautiful, my partner loves the styling. I can definitely say this beauty has added sparkle to the room.