Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 28
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by HandyMom Better than Straight Rod
Easy to install, instructions easy to follow. I asked the contractor to do it for my two bathrooms and was going to charge me $100/bathrooms. Doing it myself cost me 25% of his quote. Following the measurements fell right on the mark even with the shower curtain. I had fears, was my first time and now feel like a pro. It is an easy project, in half hour finish one rod to install. === I prefer a curved rod shower to a straight rod due to the fact the shower curtain does not stick to the user during shower.====
September 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by ConnieB 6 foot Curved Shower Rod
I just purchased this rod and it took me about 1 1/2 hours to install by myself, I am a 58 year old female if that helps to show the ease of installation. I had to drill 4 holes and install anchors. If you have general tool knowledge, your gonna have no problem installing this rod.. I think it looks great.
February 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Vonzales Sturdy Curved Shower Curtain Rod
the curtain rod comes with mounting hardware for dry-wall or screws too short to reach studs through dry-wall and tile.
Tools needed - drill, masonry bit for tile. Allen wrench included.
extra hands would have been helpful.
available small child to pick up things you drop and hand them back to you.
it was a little tricky mounting the first end of the curtain rod. The second one was easier since the rod was stabilized at the other end.
Best of all the curtain rod is very sturdy and won't fall down if someone hangs too many wet towels from it, or it stays put if someone pulls on the shower curtain or yanks a towel that's hanging from the rod.
February 10, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0Â by Epzan I would buy something diferent next time
The pictures on the package are a little misleading. They are taken from inside of the shower side. When you look at the chrome covers from the room side the gaps between the rod and the wall look bad. If I had to buy another Rod, I would look for another brand.
March 26, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by GrannyTiger Fairly easy installation, nice appearance
This is our first curved rod, and we're very pleased with it. I installed it myself (with a brief assist from my husband when it was time to attach the rod to the brackets) and it went quite well. I didn't have a problem with the included screw anchors, they went in snugly and are holding quite well. (One side of one anchor was installed in a stud, the rest in drywall). We have a 48" tub enclosure and the rod adjusted easily to fit. The tools I used were a level and square for measuring placement of the brackets, a drill, and the allen wrenches included in the package. My only beef with the installation is the little bitty set screws used to attach the bracket covers as the last step. It took almost as much time to do these (two on top and two on the bottom of each cover) as it did to do all the rest of the installation including hanging the curtain! They are tedious and difficult to tighten, and my covers are still a tad loose because there doesn't seem to be much for the set screws to grab onto. Either that, or I hit the "good enough" point by then.. Otherwise, it's not difficult to install. The rod really does make a difference in shower space, feels absolutely luxurious. It's a little early (three weeks post-installation) to know if rust will be a problem, but so far so good on that score. Good product for the price. And if a grandma can install it, anybody can. :)
February 25, 2015