Reviewed by mr from green bay wi on Thursday, March 31, 2011
I accidentally ordered 2 of these rods. Freudian slip, perhaps, because I had the perfect place for the extra rod. Nice quality, given the price. Let's face it -- most rods these days are plastic. At least these are metal. Not heavy, but fine for cotton curtains. The finials are BIG, so these ar...
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Reviewed by Neotenist from central coast of California on Monday, August 11, 2014
It's an oversized curtain rod, so not much to tell except that it looks fine with good finish and cool finials. It does the job at a price far below what I would have paid for a similar item in a retail store.. .Wall mounting hardware was adequate and sturdy enough to provide secure attachment and support. I hung long double thick heavy drapes on it and it is more than up to the task of supporting them and having the drapes pulled open and shut every morning and evening. First order arrived in dismal condition with shipping carton torn open and parts missing, but STP customer service is superb; friendly and efficient. When replacement arrived in good condition, I used new carton to return original defective order. I recommend this product at this price.
Reviewed by jebrs from North Carolina on Monday, July 21, 2014
I needed a 144" long decorative rod - of course, I turned to STP first. Diameter, finial and color were all that I wanted, but no 144" :-( Bought two rods for the price of a similar single rod only going to 48" in the store - figured if I had to splice to get my 144" it would be worth it. Great surprise when I found out I could telescope one rod into the other and extend the rod to 144"! Nice quality rod, and over $100 less than at the retail stores!
The two main rod pieces connect together by using the "cuff" which squeezes to go inside both of the main pieces. Push both of the pieces together until they are flush. This may scratch the cuff a little. The smaller rod piece then goes into the end of the main rod, then the end caps can be tightened into place on the ends of the smaller piece and the main piece.
Answered on 1/29/2014 11:23:09 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post