Model # 80012134-N

Internet #202962284

STERLING 34 in. x 1.875 in. Curved Bar with Wide Grip in Nickel


34 in. x 1.875 in. Curved Bar with Wide Grip in Nickel

$12760 /each

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  • Matte Silver
  • Nickel
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Product Overview

STERLING grab bars deliver smart, versatile safety solutions for any bathroom. This bar installs from the front of the bathing/showering unit. It offers adjustable mounting brackets to fit your specific installation requirements.

  • Matches STERLING matte silver and nickel shower door finishes
  • Back wall grab bar matches the curve of accord family products for a clean, stylish design line
  • Made of anodized aluminum
  • Elliptical shape makes the bars easier to grip

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this bar for the 36x60 shower?

Asked by: bj
This bar works for any Sterling Accord 60-inch shower or shower/tub combo with the curved back wall. The depth of the kit isn't important, just the width of the curved section of the back wall.
Answered by: Chief
Date published: 2017-05-16

what should i do to install curved shower grab bar when age backers are not there

this is for sterling walkin curved shower
Asked by: Anonymous
Ideally, 6-inch by 12-inch by 3/4-inch solid pine boards should be silicon glued into place in the recesses on the back of the Accord wall BEFORE it is fully installed. Then you just install per the measurements provided in the instructions. If you've already installed the wall without backers, you probably have three choices: First would be, tear out some drywall above the back wall and see if you can finesse a backer board across the desired location behind the wall. This probably is not very practical. Second would be to find the stud locations behind the wall, maybe by using a stud finder on the wall above the shower surround and tracing down from there, and using longer screws to bite into the studs. The last option I can think of would be to drill bigger holes where desired and use toggle bolts to pull the mounting brackets against the back wall. This would not bear as much weight, though, plus you'd have to find some way to cover the bigger holes behind the mounting plates. A couple of three-to-four-inch PVC or plastic tiles or discs between the mounts and the back wall, sealed with silicon during installation, might work to cover them and prevent water from leaking through, but I'm not aware of anything ready-made for that task. Good luck!
Answered by: Chief
Date published: 2017-05-16

Do you have a dark bronze or oil rubbed bronze bar for the Accord 36" x 60" Shower with backers?

Do you have a dark bronze or oil rubbed bronze bar for the Accord 36" x 60" Shower with backers?
Asked by: RaiderGal
Hi, this is Laura with Sterling Plumbing. I am happy to assist you with your question. The curved grab bar is available in matte silver and nickel; it is not available in dark bronze of oil-rubbed bronze. Please work with your local The Home Depot for pricing and availability on this product. Thank you for choosing Sterling.
Answered by: Sterling Product Expert
Date published: 2017-03-09

Is there any way to install the bar AFTER the shower stall is installed?

The shower is installed already, I would like to add the bar. Installation instructions that came with the bar are for installation at same time as surround installation and require access to the back of the surround. Is there an approved method to install the bar with the surround in place?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hello, my name is Jelane with the Sterling Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your Sterling Plumbing 34 in. Curved Bar with Wide Grip in Matte Silver Model # 80012134-V question. For installation of this bar require that The wall plates on the grab bar must be mounted to a brace between the wall studs. Doing so will ensure that the weight of the user is adequately supported. Please work with your local Home Depot for pricing and availability on this product. Thank you for your inquiry and choosing Sterling Plumbing.
Answered by: Sterling Customer Service
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

34 in. x 1.875 in. Curved Bar with Wide Grip in Nickel is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits perfect in our shower. Just what we needed... Fits perfect in our shower. Just what we needed
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from As long as you know what this is, it absolutely works as intended. It does have some drawbacks co... As long as you know what this is, it absolutely works as intended. It does have some drawbacks compared to competing products, but may be the only good solution for the back wall of a Sterling Accord shower or tub surround. The only reason I went with this grab bar is that we installed a Sterling Accord tub / surround with a curved back wall. That back wall requires using the Sterling 34-inch curved grab bar. We ended up using the matching 24" straight grab bars so the hardware would match. Unfortunately the "brushed nickel" finish of these grab bars only match the other grab bars. Their finish is duller and grayer than any other brushed nickel, so does not match the brushed nickel finish of our shower heads, riser bars, valve trim and tub spout, all of which came from different manufacturers but still manage to match very well. While with the proper backer boards (which I added myself, much cheaper than purchasing the Sterling Accord with pre-installed backers) these are very sturdy grab bars, Sterling did nothing to hide the mounting screws used to install the bar mounts to the walls. This has two potential disadvanges: It's much easier for water to infiltrate through the screws to the backer board, and the exposed screw heads can get very small but sharp rough edges in the 1/8" hex holes when installed that can catch and snag on towels or bathing cloths, or even your fingers. The (potential) water problem might be solved by following the instructions and injecting silicon sealant into the screw holes before installing, but that remains to be seen. The sharp-edge issue could easily be solved with a mounting plate cover or screw head covers, but none are provided and I've had a hard time finding a suitable cap for the screw heads that won't look terrible. I'll probably resort to using a small file to deburr the screw heads at some point. The final complaint is that all of the Sterling grab bars are, in my opinion, overpriced for what they are. If the curved bar for the back were not an issue, I could have spent half the money for grab bars that were just as functional and would match the finish on the other hardware in the shower. One other thing to note: Installation requires the use of a very long, 1/8" hex wrench to install two screws that keep the bar in place on the mounts. While it probably would have been cheap to include with the contents, one is not included. Six inches long would suffice, but I ended up purchasing a set that is nine inches long that did the trick. That said... If you've opted for a Sterling Accord shower or tub/shower combo, these may be the best choice for you, and in the big picture of replacing a tub and/or shower, the cost difference isn't really a deal breaker. Just something to know about.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfectly Matches Bath Shower Curve Although the curved grab bar is quite expensive compared to the straight grab bars available, the curved bar matches the Accord shower and bath curved back panel perfectly and adds character and flare to the entire unit. Sometimes style is worth the extra cost.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sterling curved grab bar, for the price it should have been made with SS. I needed this for my handicapped customer. For the price, it should have been made with stainless steel. This is the only curved bar that can fit the sterling shower curved back wall. Installation was easy as I had the age in place wall set that had the wood backer boards to accept the screws securely. It looks great but, they should have hidden the mounting screws with a cover.
Date published: 2012-08-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not thrilled I wasn't happy that It came in at least 5 different parts/pieces that have to be put together. I expected to just screw it to the wall, like other grab bars. It also has caps to install on the ends that are not smooth, and can scratch a naked body part if you rub against it. Did not come with correct instructions.
Date published: 2012-10-09
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