Rated 3.8 out of 5Â by 26
Rated 5 out of 5Â by GeoN Piece of cake
This product is very straight forward. Instructions are simple, and if FULLY READ, the installation is quick and painless. Included hardware is suitable. As a rule of thumb, I always use E-Z Ancor for anything remotely heavy that is affixed to the drywall, but that's just me. The included anchors are functionable, typical plastic drywall anchors everyone uses. Screws are the correct size and thread. Even has 4 Allen keys for the difference size set screws. Recommended installation height is fine, but can be moved to suit. Finished installation looks clean and neat. No worries at all about quality.
June 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by YYC8 look elsewhere
1 star is higher than I would rate it. No way for this to be assembled. both ends are identical so one end will not fit into the other and only one end fits into end bracket. I will be returning it and looking for a better alternative rather and trying a replacement.
October 27, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by macw This product rust quickly
The rod looks good when installed. But I have only had it up 3 months and it has rust all over it. I will need to replace it already. Looks very nasty.
November 1, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5Â by JYBBost Terrible Product
We remodeled our bathroom last August (2011), we started noticing rust spots on the rod around January. I am in the market for a new rod to completely replace the one that is there. I would not recommend this product to anyone, yes it looks good but you will be buying a new within a few months. I have a friend that purchased one from another store (BB&B); has had the rod up for over 3yrs without not one single sign of rust. I will purchasing one of those instead.
August 10, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by John Stay away from this and all Zenith Products
dont buy this shower rod.
1) all measurements in the instructions are incorrect
- It lists 65" above the tub edge as the height to install the rod. This is 6-8 inches too high and leaves 6-8 inches of my tub showing beneath the shower curtain.
- It lists that for 58" tubs, there should be no spacing back from the front of the tub. This leaves a 6 inch gap between the curtain and the tub which causes massive water overflows. I had to move the brackets back 4.5" to get to where they should have been placed. This caused me to have to create new holes in the wall and spackle over the gaping holes from the original holes
2) fastener quality is abysmal. Every single screw and fastener stripped the first time I attempted to screw them in. The wall anchors all broke during installation. I had to use my own screws and wall anchors to finish the job.
Shower rods are such a basic product and should require absolutely no effort to install. This is not the case with this rod.
December 20, 2012