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Zenna Home 505W, Tension Shower Curtain Rod, 44 to 72-Inch, White
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- Adjustable, fits virtually all standard bathtub enclosures, 44-72in
- No Tools, No Drilling and No Damage
- Easy tension install, extend to wall and twist until fully tight
- Patented, TwistTight mechanism holds strong
- Made in USA
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TwistTight(R) technology offers effortless installation and stays in place
Easy 2-step installation: Extend and Twist
Holds up to 30 lbs.
Uses torque not tension to say in place
- Screw cam mechanism both extends and continuously expands as you turn.
- Easy extension and no physical force.
- Fits all standard bathtub enclosures.
- Locks in place
- Made in U.S.A.
The Zenna Home Adjustable Tension Shower Rod uses patented TwistTight tension technology. This innovative tension system means no tools are needed for secure installation and no drilling into walls is required. The rod is fully adjustable to fit spaces from 44 to 72 inches, allowing it to be used in most standard shower or bathtub enclosures. Simply extend the rod to the wall and twist until fully tight. Once installed, the rod holds up to 30 pounds. An assortment of finish options work well with a variety of bath decor and hardware choices. Call our US customer care experts at 800-892-3986 with any questions.
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|Finish Types||white||brushed stainless steel||white||chrome||bronze||polished chrome|
|Item Dimensions||1.38 x 1.38 x 72 in||1 x 75 x 1 in||1.38 x 1.38 x 24 in||72 x 2.5 x 2.5 in||1.5 x 42 x 1.5 in||1.5 x 35 x 1.5 in|
|Material Type||Steel||Metal||Plastic||Refer to Product Description||Steel||Metal|
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1st rod for Master bath. Twisted out but missed at least a foot. There It stayed. I could not twist up or down/ or shorter or longer. Man at dump could not move it either. Too long to put in box to return so dumped it. What choice did I have?
I bought 2 771ww too. They seem fine. At first glance these feel & look good quality. One of mine was not mine was not.
I may ask if anything can be done but really doubt it can. Having to believe me. I've had to put up old yellowed second rod.
PS update: :). I told Amazon of situation. I was offered Replacement or Refund. Very, Very nice. Now I can get a 2nd rod that looks nice & throw out this old one. Thank you Amazon!!!!
This new one has a nice advantage where you can just pull it out all the way (like it had some sort of clutch/ratchet system), and then just twist to fine-tune...on our old one, you had to twist it seemingly hundreds of times to get to expand to the full width we needed.
However, the metal seems fairly thin, and the connection ring that eases the telescoping point transition seems less refined than our old one.
The end caps also seem to be a muuuch firmer plastic/rubber. Almost more like a soft plastic, than a firm rubber. It doesn't seem like it will hold it's position as well as the old grippier rubber feet, and infact "walked" quite a bit when we tried to tighten it in place.
2/16/2016 edit: something I didn't mention in the first review was that the first unit arrived damaged. We went through Amazon to report this, and a replacement was shipped immediately, and quickly delivered. It was in good condition, and we installed it. However, about 2 weeks later, I heard a loud bang from the bathroom.
I thought maybe the cat had tugged on the curtain and pulled the rod down. So, I re-installed it. This afternoon, though, it fell again with nobody in the room. I tried to re-install it, but I couldn't turn the two halves. They seemed stuck. I just checked to file a return request, but we are 1 week pack the Amazon return policy. I went to the manufevturer's page, and it looks like we missed registering the shower curtain rod's purchase with them for a warranty claim. We've already purchased a replacement, and this one will either be thrown away, or maybe repurposed in the laundry room to hang clothing for air-drying, after cutting it up with a hacksaw. :(
I was going to write a cautiously optimistic review! That is, until... a familiar crashing sound... the rod has fallen down. Damn! Didn't even stay up for 24hours! I'd really like to enjoy my newly remodeled bathroom but the shower rod situation is insane. Wish the reno guys hadn't taken the old shower rod to the dump... that sucker stayed firmly in place for 30+ years. Grr! (On a positive note, I like that it's made in the US!)