Adjustable Window Screen, 18" x (25-1/4 X 48"), White
|Price:||$25.00 + $10.00 shipping|
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- Easy To Install in Seconds Without Tools
- Fits Most Windows, Wood, Vinyl, or Metal
- Fully Assembled and Ready To Install
- 18" High and With Adjusts From 25" to 48"
- Charcoal Fiberglass Insect Screening
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Top Customer Reviews
The screen frame is VERY thin so you have nothing to hold onto when putting it into the window. It's very hard to hold the screen without it moving or getting smaller in width while pushing your window down onto it to hold it in. Mine fell OUT the window 3 times (where I had to go down to the first floor & outside to pick it up) before I decided to return it.
Then, the box they mail it in is WAY too large for the screen so when I went to the Post Office to mail it back, the cheapest shipping method was $50 because the box was so large there was an added fee to ship back a $23 screen! I ended up donating the screen to Good Will but am very unhappy with Amazon for all this. I order from Amazon to make life easier not to have to deal with "outside' vendors. I have spent thousands of dollars on Amazon & I guess I will need to rethink where I spend my money from now on.
Plastic clips on slider are cheap so you have to be gentle with the sliding contraptions. One is already breaking apart and I have to constantly snap back into place.
Overall for price and functionality, good purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little cheaply made, but well enough. Keeps the cat from pushing through the main screen and holds up the window that won't stay up.Published 1 month ago by Shelly Montgomery
Our window is very wide and this was one of the only options out there for a window as wide as ours. Great!Published 2 months ago by Heather
Bought two of this product in white. They look gr at and are wide enough fo my windows. You have to spray some WD40 on them to get them to slide easily, once that's done they're... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Mannel