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Glacier Bay 18 in. x 1-1/4 in. Concealed Screw Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless Steel

Glacier Bay

18 in. x 1-1/4 in. Concealed Screw Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless Steel

  • Exceeds ADA standards & supports up to 500 lbs
  • Concealed screw design for a more decorative look
  • Backed by Glacier Bay Limited Lifetime Warranty
$20.98 / each
If you buy 3 or more
$18.88 / each

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Brushed Stainless Steel
  • Brushed Stainless Steel
  • White
Product Length (in.)
18 in

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Product Overview

This Glacier Bay 18 in. x 1-1/4 in. Concealed Screw Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless Steel is made of Stainless Steel and built to exceed ADA standards. It can support up to 500 lbs. It is designed to work with the WingIts stud-less installation fastener, which can support up to 500 lbs. with no studs. Install this item near your toilet, tub or shower for added safety around the bathroom.

  • WingIts compatible flange for stud-less installation; WingIts sold separately (SKU 147-567)
  • Supports up to 500 lbs.
  • Concealed screw mount with brushed stainless steel finish
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Full product length 21.07 in. bar length 18 in.
  • Exceeds ADA Standards
  • Backed by Glacier Bay Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Easy to install

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Customer Questions & Answers

Once the grab bar is installed if you want to take it down, how do you unsnap the escutcheon?

Once the grab bar is installed if you want to take it down, how do you unsnap the escutcheon?
Asked by: Jim
Very simple with a thin screwdriver or similar instrument. Just slip it under lip and the cover pops off.
Answered by: Amesjay
Date published: 2017-05-09

Is the 18 inch bar designed to line up with studs that are 16 inches on center?

Asked by: Mike
Absolutely, there are many holes predrilled for you to mount to the 16" Studs. My Dad preferred the Bar to be at a slight angle in the shower, as that was his preference on his wrists. We mounted another one at the entrance of the house vertically, and he likes that one too. Grab Bars are much more stable than the walkers he was using.
Answered by: ColoradoEric
Date published: 2017-04-10

Can this be installed in a non-tiled bath tub? If not, what are some other options?

Can this be installed in a non-tiled bath tub? If not, what are some other options?
Asked by: Concerned
If I understand the question correctly you just need to locate wall studs to be able to anchor the grab bar securely. These do not mount directly on tub.
Answered by: Amesjay
Date published: 2017-05-09

What hardware do I purchase to install into a tile shower?

Asked by: TiggyB
If you have a good stud finder with a deep scan, make sure at least one end is screwed into the stud. You can angle it a bit so that both ends can be fastened to studs. It comes with six 1 1/2 inch SS screws. When fastening to a wall with no studs you will need to talk to a hardware person to determine what would be your best anchoring for you type of wall.
Answered by: ray
Date published: 2017-05-07
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Customer Reviews

18 in. x 1-1/4 in. Concealed Screw Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless Steel is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 80.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've been installing these for Rebuilding Together organization for many years. They go up easil... I've been installing these for Rebuilding Together organization for many years. They go up easily if you have the right tools for the substrata (e.g. plastic tub surround on plaster or ceramic tile). I've never seen corrosion on one of these and I've been in quite a few bath rooms. Just a caution, three of the Glacier Bay products are very similar, i.e., screw covered, no screw cover, smooth or embossed(?). Since we often put up a pair in around the tub, it's best to not be in too big of a hurry and arrive at the house with a mismatched set. With proper tools and some online study (f needed) you'll get neither unsteady mounts nor cracked bath tiles with these beauties.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We have installed a number of grab bars in preparation for mom moving in. 18" and 24" grab bars w... We have installed a number of grab bars in preparation for mom moving in. 18" and 24" grab bars were installed in shower, 18" grab bar by garage steps and 18" grab bar on wall in bathroom. The handyman was able to hit a stud on a few and he used wing nuts / Molly bolts on areas where it was drywall only. The brushed stainless steel finish goes perfect with the other bathroom fixtures. They also hide finger prints better the crome.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This safety grab bar great! Fiancee has difficulty getting up due to knee pain, this allowed him... This safety grab bar great! Fiancee has difficulty getting up due to knee pain, this allowed him to rise more easily. Getting another for the bath tub.
Date published: 2017-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a very solid feeling safety bar that was... This is a very solid feeling safety bar that was very easy to install - a good value.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent quality for the price. The concealing covers could provide a better fit. Decent quality for the price. The concealing covers could provide a better fit.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The bar itself is fine; however, it is NOT fully Winglts compatable - as advertised. The bar moun... The bar itself is fine; however, it is NOT fully Winglts compatable - as advertised. The bar mounting holes do not match the Winglts template holes and the bar flange and flange cover do not cover the Winglts spacer screw faceplate. The end result is that the Winglts screw faceplate sticks out beyond the edge of the bar's flange cover. If you use Winglts to mount this bar (or other Glacer Bay grab bars), do NOT use the Winglts template and be prepared to see the Winglts faceplate protruding outside of the bar's flange cover producing an unsightly, unfinished like appearance.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from well made but some issues to know A few points to know. 1. the bar is actually 45" from end to end including the mounting plates. 2. the actual straight part of the bar is about 40" before it curves back into the wall (not sure where they get 42" from?) 3. Screws are 2" long, if you have thick tile or stone and or if its a mud job like mine (actual cement behind the tile not just cement board) you will need longer screws. If it's an old house like mine at 60 yrs old, lube the screws by lightly scraping them on a dry bar of soap. The screws will go in MUCH easier! 4. The grab bar is a smooth brushed finish, this may be of concern to some in a wet soapy location. I've seen grab bars in commercial locations that have a grip finish on the bar. but that would be much harder to keep clean 5. The finish will show finger prints, as all SS does . Tools & items needed in the directions are a little short in my opinion. They list: pencil, measuring tape, philips screwdriver, level, power drill, 1/8" bit, stud finder, safety glasses, caulk. I've would add: 1. Masking tape so the drill won't drift & it's easier to mark holes (I used a marker it's easier to see) 2. Center punch & hammer and or a glass bit for starting the hole in glazed tile, then switch to the 1/8" drill bit. 3. rubber mallet to get the escutcheons off (screw covers) and to put them back on (see tip below for lining them back up . 4. Bar soap The directions were good, in English & Spanish with clear drawings. A few things to consider. When marking for the holes they will need to be a little off center to the stud, see photo below, otherwise you will not be able to use all 3 screws per mount. the 2nd pic shows how to better get more wood under each screw, 2 screws at the bottom one at the top. This is true mounting either vertically or horizontally. Also, I marked in pencil the location of the escutcheons in relation to the screw mount plate behind it before I took them apart, as there are indentations in the escutcheons that will only line up one way to put them back on right. I caulked the escutcheons to keep water out of the screw holes.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install and the multiple screw holes in the flange makes it easy to center on a stud. The... Easy to install and the multiple screw holes in the flange makes it easy to center on a stud. The only issue I have is that where the grab bar goes through the escutcheon (trim plate that snaps into place) there is about a 1/8" gap which allows water to get inside of the escutcheon. I caulked the edge of the escutcheon where it met the wall but didn't want to put a lot of caulk around the inside hole of the escutcheon. It would have been nice if the product had some kind of a plastic ring shaped seal.
Date published: 2017-05-29
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