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InterDesign York Constant Tension Bathroom Shower Curtain Rod - 43-75", Medium, Polished/White
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- Adjustable shower curtain tension rod with coated, non-slip foot
- Quick and easy installation - New Constant Tension patented technology
- Corrosion and rust-resistant
- Made of stainless steel and plastic with polished rod and white finials
- Expands from 43 - 75 inches
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InterDesign's York Shower Curtain Tension Rod is attractive and reliable. Its new constant tension technology eliminates damaged bathroom walls and keeps it from slipping after adding your shower curtain. Could also be used in closet, window or for blackout curtains.
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InterDesign Forma - Constant Tension Curtain Rod for Bathroom - Brushed Stainless Steel - Medium: 43 - 75 inches B0052JOJJC
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|Finish Types||white||chrome||brushed stainless steel||brushed stainless steel|
|Item Dimensions||46.7 x 2.5 x 2.5 in||72 x 2.5 x 2.5 in||1 x 75 x 1 in||43 x 2.6 x 2.6 in|
|Material Type||Metal||Refer to Product Description||Metal||Metal|
Top Customer Reviews
The tension rods made by Zenith (sold by Lowes, Home Depot, and Target) are junk and cost more. They are tricky to install and tend to fall down. They use a touchy twist lock (quarter turn) to set length and you must screw out one of the end caps to apply tension. If you slightly turn the rod while turning the end cap, the lock releases, the rod falls, and you try again -- very aggravating! Since there's no continuous spring pressure, the rod will eventually slip and fall anyway. None of these factors apply to the InterDesign tension rod.
Now, I haven't hung wet towels or clothes on it, since it is a shower curtain rod, not a towel rack. So if you're going to use it as a towel rack I can't vouch for it. But if you are using it for what it's intended for (to hold a shower curtain) it works great and looks very nice.