|Product Type: Shower Curtain Rings; Shower Rods||Color: Chrome|
|Material: Metal||Country of Manufacture: China|
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Attached rings are a plus
chad from Atlanta, GA– Verified Buyer
I'm happy with the purchase although I was expecting metal hooks. They are made out of plastic and have a chrome finish.
Rosa from Miami, FL– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Ordered this for a guest bath. Quality is OK; not as strong and solid as I'd like. It does feel a bit flimsy. It works as advertised, so it's good enough. Quick shipping from Wayfair.
great for a large bath
Nik from Boston, MA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
This was the only extra-long shower rod I could find, and it works perfectly in the space. The hooks are very cheap and ugly, but I would have ordered different ones anyway, so just threw them away and did not look back.
Chrome Shower Rod
Carl from Fremont, CA– Verified Buyer
The 98 rod is metal with a chrome finish and seems well made, sleek and modern. The hook style rings for the curtain are actually all plastic with only a chrome look to them.
hooks that glide
DDs Guide from NYNY– Verified Buyer
We have tried various shower rods. These glide nicely, hook on with no trouble. They have a clean contemporary look and are attractive as well.
Michael H from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer
I went to all the home stores around me and couldn't find anything halfway decent that would fit my tubshower (needed 90). This is a very nice set. To me it feels like something out of a ultra modern high end hotel. I'm very happy.
Eva from Pittsburgh, PA– Verified Buyer
The design is nice but unfortunately the hooks have an inner white plastic coating, which is not visible in the picture provided. This coating distracts and reduces the overall good impression.
all looks great but the rod
Anya Alkhovsky from CHICAGO, IL– Verified Buyer
The end pieces and the hooks look really nice and sharp, but the rod itself is made out of cheaper metal, not as shiny. The hooks do get stuck a little at a seam.
Kevin from New Jersey– Verified Buyer