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Easy-install Adjustable Curved Metal One-inch Space-saver Shower Rod
This adjustable metal shower rod will spruce up any bathroom and add a contemporary flair. The rubber covers on each end of the rod ensure that it stays put once you install it, and the metal finish won't rust, which ensures a long life.
ITEM#: 13103483This adjustable shower rod features a curved design to allow more shower space. This rod has rubber covers on both ends and special endcaps.
This shower rod is available in three different finishes to ensure a color to match your bathroom decor. The rod adjusts in length to ensure the perfect fit for your bathroom. All mounting hardware is included with the bar, so you can install it and start using it right away. Enjoy a hotel shower experience at home with this curved shower rod. The metal rod is a snap to install and provides eight and a half inches of extra space with the 60 inch option and 11.5 inches with the 72 inch option. The rod is available in satin nickel, chrome or rubbed bronze, making it easy to match existing bathroom hardware.
- Dimensions: Rod adjusts from 60 inches to 72 inches
- 60-inch length provides 8.5 inches of extra space
- 72-inch length provides 11.5 inches of extra space
- Diameter: 1 inch
- Color options: Satin nickel, chrome, rubbed bronze
- Materials: Metal
- Instructions and mounting hardware included
- Easy to install
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|Finish||Bronze Chrome Satin Nickel|
|Product Features||Adjustable Includes Hardware|
|Shower Rod Type||Curved|
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While this rod was relatively easy to install and I love the added elbow space in the tub, the end caps do not stay in place. I am always pushing them back into place after every shower. The rod has been up about 9 months and has become rusted and pitted. Just before hanging this rod my bathroom was redone with a very powerful exhaust fan that keeps everything dry,even with the hottest of showers so I do not undertand the rust. I am shopping for a new rod.Read More
I purchased this curtain rod in June 2011 and was very pleased when I received it. It was a bit difficult to install, but looked great when completed. However, after daily use by one person, the rod is rusting and not just in a small area or two, but the entire rod has rust spots. Also, the end caps starting coming off and will not stay locked in place. I received a credit from O and ordered another rod, but different manufacturer. I do not recommend this curtain rod; especially not in chrome.Read More
Well, I've been wanting a curved shower rod for a very long time. I finally ordered this one. I installed it and the ends don't sit flush so the little covers don't sit perfectly over the ends. Kind of disappointed. I'll have to figure out a way to get the ends filed down.Read More
Very nice looking. I love the space that a curved rod provides, like adding another foot of elbow room to the shower, and the price was excellent. The caps that cover the screws tend to pop out on occasion, but other than that I have no complaints.Read More
The rod is simple and function, easy to install. I wish I had ordered the chrome, but the nickel finish is fine. It does show up the water stains a bit more than chrome would, but it is fine as a rod.Read More
The rod is beautiful, pratical and sturdy. I love the way it gives me more room in the shower without the curtain touching me. Love this product.Read More
Love this shower rod. I've never had a curved one but I'm glad I ordered this It really does save space.Read More
Such a great purchase. Our shower is smaller than most. This helped a lot to make it feel larger.Read More
This item was delivered quickly and was easy to install. It has made a great improvement to the space in the shower. Highly reccomend!Read More
Easy to install and they look like the more expensive name brand rods. Will find out over time whether they keep their finish, but at this time we are very happy with them.Read More
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has anyone put this up in a corner shower?
I returned it because I found a better and more cost effective one somewhere else. However, using this in a corner would have to depend on the angle of your corner. The bow in this is only slight and can not be manipulated without damaging it. For a corner shower it is a good idea to buy a rod that is made for a 90 degree angle.
DO ALL OF THE CURVED SHOWER RODS HAVE TO BE SCREWED INTO THE WALL?? OR ARE THERE SOME OF THEM THAT YOU CAN JUST PUT IN LIKE REGULAR SHOWER RODS?
Thank you for the question. You can screw the rod into the wall.
what is the answer. Does it have to be screwed into the wall?
The mounting hardware for this item will have to be screwed into the wall in order to have the item properly installed.
Do I have to screw it into the wall?
The ends of each side are screwed into the wall in order to hold the rod in place.
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