Reviewed by canoehat from Harrisonburg, VA on Monday, January 30, 2012
I used this for full-size curtains covering the sliding doors to my deck. Easy to install with sturdy mounting hardware included. Classy looking and sturdy. Outstanding value—most curtain rods in stores at this pice point are junk compared to this.
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Reviewed by Chickiebabe from North Carolina on Saturday, September 5, 2015
The spindle on this curtain rod is rather small. Considering that it is intended to expand to such length I would have expected it to be a bit larger in overall size. I kept it anyway but was disappointed in that it is considerably smaller than fist size.
Reviewed by SJEAN from Iowa on Wednesday, May 13, 2015
I am not an expert in curtain rods. For what I am using this rod for, it is perfect: Lightweight, great length and attractive. I needed to extend it to its fullest length and I did not want a heavy rod.
Reviewed by Another Old Lady from Arizona on Thursday, March 19, 2015
It's extendable but baffling how they intend for you to do it--maybe by drilling some holes through the inner rod and the extension so you can screw it together. For length up to 72" you wouldn't need the extension so it's fine, very comparable to the ones sold for $30 at the humongous W store we all know.
Sierra trading post will send you instructions. Basically, the "small" rod goes in the middle of the "big" rods. Take the finial off the small diameter rod, attach it to the "extra" rod (one end will have a black plug on it with a hole in the middle), now the small diameter rod is the middle extension rod. So easy, if there were directions. I got them emailed from Sierra!!
Answered on 2/10/2015 7:30:27 PM by Cathy from Vermont
Unscrew knob from smaller diameter rod. Screw knob onto loose large diameter rod. Slide loose large diameter rod over free end of small diameter rod. You now have a three piece rod ( large diameter / small diameter / large diameter)that tightens at any length by twisting, like a shower curtain rod.
Answered on 2/10/2015 8:08:18 PM by gingermesiah from Utah
With my significant other, we put our curtains on the rods and then held the rod holders in place along with a bubble level, made sure the curtains covered the window the length desired, made sure the rod was level and then used a marker inside the holes. As far as placement of the holders we just measured up 2 inches and over 2 inches from the corner of the window. Centered the middle holder, 2 inches up. I'm sure you can find general instructions on line as well. Good luck!
Answered on 10/27/2014 6:39:11 PM by WAScum from Anacortes, WA