The oval rod measures 1 inch in diameter with a 6-inch bow made from 304 stainless steel
The finish is brushed nickel
The mounting hardware is included a limited lifetime warranty applies
Questions & Answers
How long does it take for this to rust?
There is no rust on it, and it shouldn't. It has been a very good shower rod for us.
Do you have any suggestions for mounting holes in tile with 2" vertical centers? Would they be helpful or should they be covered?
Is there a question you would like to ask? Are you referring to holes which are already 2" apart and you would like to know if this will cover them or if you will be able to use the existing
It is possible for this thing to bend I assume, though, that since the shape is curved, I can bend it a bit to make it fit?
My reply to the other reply is also correct There is no way it would flex that much and require this type of cutting. Shower rod with a very nice design and very high quality.
I have an arched shower ceiling in my bathroom. It appears to be designed for mounting outside the shower. Can I mount it there?
Since I am a "think outside the box" kind of person, I cannot think of a way to accomplish what you are asking by using the hardware that comes with rod. However, I believe that this should work with a curving ceiling as a flat mounting option.
Selected User Reviews For Preferred Bath Accessories 113-5BN Modern Curved Shower Rod, 5-Feet, Brushed Nickel Finish
In this post, we will provide you with important installation advice
Having tried many brands for our apartments, I have to say this is the best shower rod I have ever used. I like the way it looks and how sturdy it is. An individual who has not been exposed to the mechanics industry provided the negative review. A novice who knows only how to use a screwdriver should not attempt to install this rod. To cut this material off, you will need an angle grinder with a cut-off wheel, a chop saw, or at least an ordinary Please read this IMPORTANT advice, "***VERY IMPORTANT ADVICE FOR INSTALLATION***" Placing a bracket on the wall and inserting the rod anchor onto the bracket will ensure a solid hold. Put the bar as far as it will go in the rod anchor (later you will pull the bar out a little to even it out) and secure it with the rod anchor. Place the other bracket and rod anchor on the opposite wall, and swing the bar around a bit to get the right measurement of where you need to cut it. The bar should be marked to fit into the rod anchor, and 1/4" should be added for a tight fit (bar will bend a bit). Once the rod has been removed from the anchor, cut the bar from the bracket (leaving the rod attached to it). Attach the other bracket to the wall and secure the rod anchor by inserting the rod anchor onto the bracket and pulling it tight. Set the set screws by moving the bar away from the bracket that it was pushed into by about an inch so that both sets of screws will be set. There is a learning curve involved, but it is well worth it.
| Aug 16, 2020
I love the way it looks and how it's I really like the look of this, and it was not difficult This is a much more sturdy product than I expected
If you sink those screws into a stud, it's quite solid. You probably won't do pullups off of this, but if you do, you'll be able to do them safely. If you have to trim the rod, you can do so. used an angle grinder/cutting wheel to cut it down, and it went pretty well. Trim it frequently, taking smaller sections than you think you need so you don't make it too short. You can keep it long when you don't have to cut it. You have to take off a little from each end rather than a bigger chunk from one side. Ultimately, the best approach is to bend the stainless tube just a little so that the ends fit in. Give the ends a quick deburring/sanding to avoid scratching the chrome.
| Nov 18, 2020
This rod is much better than the two-piece rods you can find There are two reasons why curved shower rods from the big box stores are superior to those from the independent stores There is rust on most of the curved shower rods found at big box stores They can be installed either in one of three ways at the set screws, the connections between the rod sections (see next), or at the wall attachment points
Plus, and this is a huge There is only ONE piece of the shower rod, so the rings holding up the curtains will not hang over the side. It is easy to open and close the shower curtain in one This is superior to the original and much stronger. In theory, the only knockdown is you may need to use a hacksaw to cut off some of either end to make the shower/tub enclosure fit your shower/tub width. If you're handy, however, it won't be a big deal. My only modification was to remove about an inch, and it fits perfectly now.
| Nov 28, 2020
It's so cool to have a rod shape like that
The rod in question is unique. In addition to these products, the company manufactures There are curved rod models with round ends A shape like this has always been popular with us Apparently, the instructions do suggest cutting one half of what needs to be removed from each end of the rod, once you have measured what needs to be removed. Despite fitting neatly together, I found the rod to be smooth and snug.
| Mar 23, 2021
This modern bar for the shower has a nice curve
The length of the towel had to be shortened by 1" for it to fit my bath properly, but that wasn't a big deal. The wall was attached between studs on either side, as I wanted to make a solid connection between both materials. You can always rely on wall anchors to work their way out, no matter what type you use. It is possible to eliminate this problem by attaching to a stud. In the bathroom of my boys, I installed this swing-out toilet seat, and they both commented on how convenient it was to have that little extra room. As a result of the bathroom updates, they reported that it reminded them of nice hotel bathrooms we have stayed at in the past (there were a few other bathroom updates that contributed to this comment).
| Jul 15, 2020
The construction is solid, and the appearance is good
Despite its solid nature, the design arrived in good condition and very quickly. The installation is a bit tricky, and the rod material is difficult to cut (even with a saw) since it The look is nice and the cleanliness is excellent. Brushed nickel fixtures look classic and match other fixtures in the bathroom.
| Oct 27, 2020
Throughout the entire process, everything went smoothly
Every now and then, a product turns out just It is difficult to find curved shower rods made of one piece. In most cases, they consist of two parts. Please be aware that you will have to cut it to size, and since it's stainless, it is not a soft material. In my opinion, a cutoff wheel is the best choice. There was just no way the hacksaw was going to do it. It would be nice if it curled out just a little bit more.
| Jun 23, 2021
My favorite part of the shower is the extra space
It's an expensive product in comparison to a straight shower rod, but it's high quality. In spite of that, it adds space to the shower. When there's a breeze coming in from an opened window, the curtain stays away from you. In most cases, the installation is fairly easy as long as you don't hit a stud.
| May 12, 2021