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Rod Desyne 84 in. - 156 in. Lacey Decorative Traverse Rod in Satin Nickel with Rings

Rod Desyne

84 in. - 156 in. Lacey Decorative Traverse Rod in Satin Nickel with Rings

$122.81 /each

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This decorative center-open heavy duty traverse rod is designed for use with pinch pleat draperies or Rod Desyne Clip Hooks. It features high quality smooth traverse operation with superior slide fit between inner and outer rod. This elegant drapery rod will add alluring style and refined touch to your window treatment and home decoration.

  • Set includes one 84 - 156 in. extendable traverse rod with rings, 2-finials, 2-brackets, 1-cord device and mounting hardware
  • Rod diameter: 1-1/2 in.
  • 2-lacey finials, each measures: 4 in. L x 3.25 in. H x 3.25 in. D
  • Drapery opens in the middle and stacks on each side
  • Slider quantity on each traverse rod: 84 in. - 156 in. (40-piece)
  • Clearance: about 2-1/2 in. mounting brackets and hardware included
  • Material: steel rod and brackets/poly resin finial

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Can this product open in one direct?

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September 26, 2015
Can this product be used on a patio door and open one way like right to left or left to right? The information states it opens from the center. Thank you.
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January 16, 2016
No, the drapery opens in the middle.
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84 in. - 156 in. Lacey Decorative Traverse Rod in Satin Nickel with Rings is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decorative Rod for Pleated Drapes This rod was converted and installed as a side pull unit. The rod assembly and its components installed and operated as expected. One issue I had to deal with was the screw for the decorative ball at the end of the rod pulling out of the ball. It came loose easily when I attached the plastic adapter that slides into and attaches the ball to the rod. I used fast setting two part epoxy cement to secure the metal screw back into the decorative ball. I still waited over night for the epoxy to cure before installing the decorative ball on the end of the rod.
Date published: 2016-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Quality Drapery Rod This decorative drapery rod is everything a person would expect from a high quality, heavy duty, well-made products which were popular before the less expensive window covering products most consumer buy today. I think most consumers have forgotten or don't know the convenience and ease of opening and closing their window coverings with a draw string at the side. A traverse rod holds your window coverings open, closed or partially open regardless of air currents in the room or wind from open windows, or even the tendency of tightly compressed drapes to close when pulled wide open.
Date published: 2015-10-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Second Purchase, Second Review This is my second purchase and review of this product. The first rod I purchased operated smooth as glass. This second rod, same rod as the first purchase did not operate smoothly. The rod length was adjusted to the exact same dimensions as the first because the window and drapes were identical. However where the two rod sections overlapped the sliding rings would catch and pull the drape pleats badly. I had to take the rod down and investigate. I found where the two sections met that the rolled profiles did not match well. I reformed the tube by bending it in slightly so the tube would fit together better. Up on reinstallation, the catching was improved, but not eliminated. Further investigation led me to think the sliding rings were also at fault. The rings had the word Taiwan and numbers molded into the sides. The catching rings were molded with the number 1 which I replaced with sliding rings molded with the number 3 and that eliminated catching problem so the rod operated properly. I was less pleased with this purchase due to the difficulty I experienced, although I would buy again if there was a need.
Date published: 2016-02-24
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