KES Bath Towel Rack with Towel Bar 24-Inch SUS 304 Stainless Steel Bathroom Storage Organizer Shelf RUSTPROOF Wall Mount Brushed Finish, A2115S60-2
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|Installation Type||Wall Mount|
|Item Weight||0.98 Kilograms|
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- Set Inlcude:Towel Warmer
- Material:Stainless Steel
- Mount:Wall Mounted
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Set Inlcude:Towel Warmer,
Towel Bars Dimension:56.7cm(22.3'')x22cm(8.7'')x13cm(5.1''),
Distance Required Between Installation Holes::55cm(21.6''),
Net Weight (kg):0.93 Kg,
Shipping Weight (kg):0.98 Kg,
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To clarify from some other reviews and questions; YES the hanging towel bar IS indeed REMOVABLE. The bar on the shelf that the towel bar hangs from has 2 screws holding it in place, once those screws are released the entire shelf can be pulled apart. Each of the shelf's bars will disconnect from the edge bars that they are seated into. It does take a bit of force, more than initially felt appropriate, but they do come apart without any damage, just need to really put some ooomph into it. Once the shelf bars are separated from the edges, the towel bar can just slide off the bar that it was attached to, and the shelf can be put back together, and the screws re-tightened. It is very easy to do, once you get past the unexpected level of force required to separate the cross bars from the edge bars.
I placed two of these shelves on the wall above the toilet, the lower one has the towel bar still attached, but the upper one has it removed. They look great and are perfectly sturdy without any jiggles, and while I'm not sure of the weight limit we have a potted plant and a jar candle on one shelf and 5 or 6 towels on the other.
Addressing some of the 'flimsy' comments - this towel rack is secured with an inverted-cup + set-screw arrangement. This is an elegant and strong mechanism. However, it is also highly sensitive to correct installation. If either the inverted cup is not tightly fastened to the wall (due slipping anchors and/or insufficient screw torque), or the set screw is not aligned in a manner that allows it to bite onto the cup, then the fixture will fail. The enclosed drywall inserts are not going to hold. I recommend finding and screwing into a stud if possible, or using a positive locking anchor (e.g. toggle bolt) if the backing is hollow drywall or cement board.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 25, 2019